Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Letter written to mother with instructions to distribute photographs Gray recently had taken of himself.
The collection includes correspondence by Henry L. Gray, written primarily between 1863-1865. There are also some official documents from Gray's military activities.
Henry writing to his father to update him about his movements since he last wrote.
Henry writing to his father to tell him of his movements and his difficulty in obtaining a furlough.
Henry providing his father with an update as to his movements and asking if he could send him some papers.
Henry writing to tell his father of his movements up to Massachusetts.
Henry writing home to his father to inform him about his well being and sending him money.
Letter to father discussing news and possible movement of his battalion.
Gray writes to his father to tell him that he was drafted again and that he had found out the name of the man mother was inquiring about.
Henry writing his father to give him an update on his location and to inform him about his future plans.