CIVIL WAR - UNION - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/11/1881 - HFSID 217046
Sale Price $81.00
CIVIL WAR: UNION
Mary Boyles, mother of a Union soldier, receives a letter concerning disposition of her late mother's property
Autograph Letter signed: "Jno Clark", 1 page, 7¾x9¾. Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, 1881 June 11. Letter addressed to Mary Boyles in Tynne, Pa., reporting on disposition of her mother's will and inquiring about her wishes regarding her mother's house. Normal mailing folds. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by original mailing envelope (5x3, right edge ragged from opening. Soiled.) Mary Boyles was the mother of George Boyles, a soldier in the Army of the Potomac, whose war-dated letters home are in the Gallery's collection (Inventory numbers 217009, 217013, 217029). This letter contains no reference to George Boyles or to the war, but someone intrigued by Boyles' letters from the front, describing the Battle of Chancellorsville and other events, might find this item of interest. Two items.
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