Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Letter, Orders and correspondence between General Longstreet and Col. Preston at Mason's Hill, Fairfax, undated (Ms1992-003)
Letter, Testimony to Col. Preston's Honorable character as a soldier. In response to his request to rejoin the Army. Signed: James Longstreet, Head Quarters 2nd Division, May 19, 1862 (Ms1992-003)
Letter, To Col. Preston, Withdrawing remarks from the 26th for not receiving copies of all the instructions, Signed: James Longstreet, Brig. Gen., Head Quarters, Advanced Forces, October 2, 1861 (Ms1992-003)
Letter, To General Longstreet from Col. Preston, Confirming That He Obey Orders Just Received, undated (Ms1992-003)
James Longstreet (1821-1904) was a Major in the United States Army, Confederate general during the American Civil War, head of an insurance company, and served in numerous United States federal positions. The James Longstreet Correspondence consists of fourteen letters to Longstreet from his sons John, Randolph, and Robert, his daughter Lula, and C. Herbert Walling, who asked for an autographed copy of Longstreet's memoirs.