Union Civil War Letters: Generals, Famous & Other

Four Letters REGARDING THE PURCHASE OF WHITWORTH GUNS & PROJECTILES FROM ENGLAND! – These Letters were written by Abram S. Hewitt & Sent to Asst. Secretary of War P. H. Watson – Great Content: “Mr. Adams, our minister, requested me to purchase a 70 pounder for the war department.”… “The success of this gun of the doom of the Armstrong gun”... “These guns will put shells through the most obstinate material… will pass under water and will put a hole into a vessel below the waterline, even if plated with iron of moderate thickness”

Important War Date ALS of Union General George H. Gordon Regarding THE SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS IN THE FIGHT FOR CHARLESTON'S FORT SUMTER & THE USE OF COLORED TROOPS!  - Folly Island, S.C. May 26th, 1864

Atlanta, Ga. April 16th, 1861 - Great Defense of Southern Rights - Family of Georgia Supreme Court Judge Robert Lyon - With Perfect Atlanta Cancellation Cover

    STOLEN 8/13/17    - A Total of 8 Union Letters/Documents Concerning the Search for Confederate Gold - Includes Letter from Union General Thomas Jordan at Lexington, N.C. & 6 from Captain Asbury P. Gatch of the 9th Ohio Cavalry

Wonderful Full Page Patriotic Stationary Letter Sheet "Death of Col. Elmer E. Ellsworth" & at the bottom "Ellsworth's Last Letter" - Letter is from Soldier in the 58th PA. Infantry, George Richter

The U.S. Marines at the Battle of Manassas, July 20th, 1861 – Charles H. Pierce, Co. D, Marine Battalion