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Letter to Future Confederate North Carolina Colonel

8 1/2 x 5 1/4, in ink, written by William G. Broadfoot, a Confederate Treasury Official, to his son Charles who would be a Confederate colonel later in the war.

Fay.[etteville], [North Carolina], Feb. 2/61

Dear Charles,

I enclose twenty dollars as requested in letter to yr. mother recd. today. I am glad to hear that your boarding house is fixed with one that I have formed a high opinion of from a rapid hearing of your acc.[ount] of her. I trust that it may be proved all that I fancy & hope for & that it will be...  

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Letter to Future Confederate North Carolina Colonel

8 1/4 x 5, in ink, written by William G. Broadfoot, a Confederate Treasury Official, to his son Charles who later in the war would be a Confederate colonel.

Fay.[etteville], [North Carolina], Apl. 4/61

Dear Charles,

I enclose report as promised in my note of yesterday- and am happy now to add that your Mother impressed herself highly pleased with the whole record- & I trust that you will maintain a quiet & steady [?] at your studies without over taxing your faculties, strive to deserve without caring much how the honors...  

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Letter to Future Confederate North Carolina Colonel

7 3/4 x 5, in ink, written by William G. Broadfoot, a Confederate Treasury Official, to his son Charles who later in the war would be a Confederate colonel.

Fay.[etteville], [North Carolina], Sep. 14/61

Dear Son,

Your Uncle William arrived here today from Rowan where he has been spending some time with his brother George- & will go from Kin.[ston] to Newbern & think this move is on the advice of Bishop A.- whether he will remain there as supposed cannot be determined now. I told him he would have to go armed with...  

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Patriotic Note Written to Confederate North Carolina Officer

7 3/4 x 2 3/8, in ink, written by William G. Broadfoot, a Confederate Treasury Official, to his son Charles who later in the war would be a Confederate colonel.

The combat deepens- Be Brave, vigilant & sober- After we have suffered a while, deliverance will come at the Grace of God- May his shield be over my boy-

Yr. af[fectionate],

F.[ather]

Excellent patriotic content.

This undated note was written by William Giles Broadfoot, (1806-72), the father of Confederate soldiers Charles W. Broadfoot and George B. Broadfoot,...  

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Letter to Lieutenant in the 22nd New York Infantry

4 pages, 7 3/4 x 9 1/2, in ink, written to Lieutenant Mathew S. Teller, by his mother. Comes with the original envelope which is nicely addressed to Lieut. M.S. Teller, 22nd Regt., Co. H, N.Y.S.V., Washington, D.C., 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Army Corps. Indistinct postmark with 3 cents rose George Washington postage stamp [Scott #64].

Sandy Hill, [N.Y.], March 25th/63

My Dear Boy,

Your letter of the 19th came to hand on Monday (the 23). We have enjoyed your frequent letters of late very much as we have felt so...  

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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, 7 1/4 x 9 1/2, in pencil, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to his wife.

Libby Prison, Sept. 11th, 1863

Dear wife,

After my love to you and the Children I will inform you that I recíd two letters from you today dated on the 22nd of August and the other on the 28th. I was very glad to hear from you, but sorry to hear that the babe was sick and Margy so poorly, but I...  

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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

Officer writes to his commanding officer in the field!


2 pages, 7 3/4 x 9 3/4, in ink, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to Captain James P. Mann, 116th Ohio Infantry.

Libby Prison, Jan. 21st/64

Capt. J.P. Mann,

Dear Sir,

Your favor of the 21st Dec. was recd. yesterday and you can hardly imagine the good it done me to hear from you and to hear that you were all in...  

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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. 4th, 1864

Dear wife,

After my love to you and well wishes for your welfare I will inform you that I have just recíd a letter from you dated on the 14th of Dec.in which you stated that you were all well which I was truly glad to hear, but sorry to have you fret yourself on my account for I...  

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

Libby Prison, Dec. 12th, 1863

My Dear wife and Children,

After my love to you and well wishes for your welfare I will inform you that I am in good health with the exception of a little cold and I hope these few lines may find you all well, but oh it is a sad and lonesome place here for me...  

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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. 1st, 1864

Dear and loving Wife,

After my love to you I will inform you that I am in good health at present and hope these few lines may find you all in good health. Well I have commenced another year in Libby. I was greatly in hopes that I should have been at home for my Christmas and...  

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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 1/3 pages, 5 x 8, in ink, written by Lieutenant Levi Lupton, to his wife.

Libby Prison, October 9th, 1863

My Dear wife and Children,

It is with my heart filled with sadness and my eyes with tears that I endeavor to write you a few lines for I am still here in prison and donít know when I shall get out, but hope can yet. Was not for that hope I donít know what I should do. I...  

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116th Ohio Infantry Infantry

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

From Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia


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

Libby Prison, Jan. 21st, 1864

Dear Wife,

After my love to you and the children I will inform you that I am in reasonable health at present. I recíd two letters from you yesterday which was a great treat to me for I had not heard from you for some time and was dated on the 23rd of Dec., the other on the 1st...  

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