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Col. Francis J. Parker, 32nd Mass. Infantry Writes Home to His Wife & Draws 7 Cute Pictures of Things in his Tent for her to See
If you like soldier art, here is a great letter… and written by a Union Colonel! Headed, “Camp near Potomac Creek, December 3rd, 1862”, Parker writes the latest camp news and concludes “I have a new cotton tent with a stove in it and a table made out of a cracker box and a chair made from a barrel, and a bed of luxurious aspect”. HE THEN DRAWS THEM. Fine condition, one of a kind piece.

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