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116th Ohio Infantry Letter

Written by an officer who was captured at Winchester, Va., and who died as a P.O.W.!

From Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia


2 pages, 5 x 8, in ink, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to his wife.

Libby Prison, Jan. 12th/64

Dear wife,

After my love to you and the children I will inform you that I am still in reasonable health although I donít think confinement agrees with my constitution so well as exercise in the open air, but I ought not to complain, but oh, I am so anxious about you that I donít...  

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32nd Massachusetts Infantry Letter

Written by an officer wounded in action during the battle of Gettysburg

1 1/2 pages, 7 3/4 x 9 3/4, in ink, written by Captain Ezra S. Farnsworth, to Chaplain James Eastwood.

Head Quarters, 3d Brigade, 1st Div., 5th Corps, March 10th, 1865, Near Hatcher's Run, Va.

Friend Eastwood,

I arrived from Mass.[achusetts] on the 1st day of March and here I am ready for action again.* I should have called and seen you on my return if I had had time, but I did not have the time. Everything seems about the same in Mass....  

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116th Ohio Infantry Letter

Written by an officer who was captured at Winchester, Va., and who died as a P.O.W.!

From Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia


1 1/2 pages, 5 x 8, in ink, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to his wife.

Libby Prison, Dec. 4th/63

Dear wife,

After my love to you I will inform you that I recd. your letter of the 15th on yesterday and I also recd. that box today although it had been here for 8 days, but I suppose they could not get them distributed any sooner although some few things had got moldy, but be...  

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116th Ohio Infantry Letter

Written by an officer who was captured at Winchester, Va., and who died as a P.O.W.!

From the Libby Prison Hospital, Richmond, Virginia


1 page, 5 x 8, in ink, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to his wife.

Libby Prison Hospital, March 20th/64

My Dear Wife,

After my love to you I will inform you that I recd. your letter of the 4th of this mo. on yesterday. It found me very much improved in health in fact almost well except that I am weak. I did expect to start home this week but have been again...  

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116th Ohio Infantry Letter

Written by an officer who was captured at Winchester, Va., and who died as a P.O.W.!

From the Libby Prison Hospital, Richmond, Virginia


1 page, 5 x 8, in ink, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to his wife.

Libby Prison Hospital, March 6th, 1864

My Dear Wife,

After my love to you and the children I will just say I recd. your letter of the 17th of last mo. and was glad to hear that you were all well. It found me better than I was when I wrote last but not well. I am gaining a little every day and I...  

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Letter to Confederate North Carolina Lieutenant Colonel

4 pages, 7 1/4 x 9 1/2, in ink, written to Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Broadfoot by his Mother.

Sep. 16th

My Dear Son,

Your letters by Uncle G were recíd & glad we were to hear from you. I ought to have sent letters to Raleigh to go by Uncle G, but did not think much that he would be at [?] May is still confined & has been rather pitiful the last week, but the weather is so very warm it is enough to make older ones fret. She is a great pet among the children of the neighborhood & had a great many visitors last week....  

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Letter to Confederate North Carolina Lieutenant Colonel

3 pages, 7 1/4 x 9 1/2, in ink, written to Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Broadfoot by his Mother. Comes with cover addressed to Lt. Col. C.W. Broadfoot, Care of Rev'd T.G. Haughton, Salisbury, N.C.

August 21st, [1864]

My Dear Son,

I received your letter dated 22d July on Saturday almost one month after it was written. I suppose before now you have received some of my letters. We are all getting along as usual. Mary just the same- her general health is good & that is a great blessing. Your Father is at work in the...  

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116th Ohio Infantry Letter

Written by an officer who was captured at Winchester, Va., and who died as a P.O.W.!

From Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia


1 plus pages, 4 3/4 x 8, in pencil, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton to his wife.

Libby Prison, Aug. 14th, 1863

My Dear wife,

After my love to you I will just say that I am well and hope these few lines may find you enjoying the same blessing. I recd. a letter from you dated on the 28th of July which I answered and have not heard from you since. It is just two months today...  

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Mother Writes to Her Confederate Officer Son at Fort Fisher, N.C.

2 plus pages, 7 1/2 x 9 3/4, in ink, written to Lieutenant Charles W. Broadfoot by his Mother. Comes with cover addressed to Mr. C.W. Broadfoot, Fort Fisher, Confederate St.[ates], Care of Capt. T.D. Haigh. With Fayetteville, N.C. postmark, and partial Confederate postage stamp.

April 12th [1864]

My Dear Son,

I received yours of the 9th today. Your Father knowing I was anxious to hear from you sent it up by a special messenger. I am much obliged to you for telling just how you were. It is always the best plan. I had heard that...  

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116th Ohio Infantry Letter

Written by an officer who was captured at Winchester, Va., and who died as a P.O.W.!

From Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia


2 pages, 4 3/4 x 8, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton to his wife.

Libby Prison, August 9th, 1863, Sabbath Morning

My Dear and loving wife,

After my love to you and the children I will inform you that I recd. a letter from you on yesterday dated on the 29th of July. I was glad to hear from you but sorry to hear that Maggy keeps so poorly but I hope that the good Lord will keep...  

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Letter to a North Carolina Officer in the Field

To Lieutenant Charles W. Broadfoot, from his mother.

4 pages, 6 5/8 x 8, in ink.

May 14th [1863]

My Dear Son,

I received your letter about an hour since, your father having received one a few days ago. Your letters were always a pleasure but now doubly so. You do not seem to get mine very well for I have been right particular in writing. I did not mean to draw such a picture of high prices as to make you gloomy, but I always write just as things are & you must not deprive yourself of any of the comforts you need to send...  

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Letter to Aide-de-Camp of Confederate General Theophilus H. Holmes

To Lieutenant Charles W. Broadfoot of North Carolina

4 pages, 4 3/4 x 7 1/4, in ink, written by Lieutenant Broadfoot's mother. Comes with the original envelope which is addressed to Lieut. Gen. T.H. Holmes, Little Rock, Arkansas, for Lieut. C.W. Broadfoot. The postage stamp has been cut off.

For Lieut. C.W. Broadfoot

June 2d [1863]

My Dear Son,

I received your letter last evening & feel quite put out that you have received none of my letters. I have written regularly & for the future will direct them to Gen....  

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