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The Robert E. Lee Collection is comprised of one personal letter, one portrait, and two reproduced photographs. The letter is from Lee to Reverend W.H. Braddus of Lexington, Virginia, regarding Lee's check for $30.00 which he wants Braddus to accept as payment of tuition for a member of Lexington's Craig family.
This collection contains a photocopy of a farewell address (General Order No. 9) by Robert E. Lee to the Army of Northern Virginia, after his surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox, April 10, 1865.
copyrighted D.H. Anderson; published by C. Klacknet; gift of William M. Thornton, 1993
part of Billings collection?
Sold by the authority of the Lee Foundation for the purpose of erecting a monument at the tomb of Gen. L. Robert Jackson at Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va
This collection contains photocopies of affidavits, claims and answers, stipulations, and a bill for legal fees relating to U.S. v $28,000-Effects of R. E. Lee et al. which dealt with the seizure of land from Confederate leaders.