Civil War Adjutant General 1865 Affidavit For Sutler 138 Pennsylvania Regiment
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Civil War Adjutant General 1865 Affidavit For Sutler 138 Pennsylvania Regiment :
An original Civil War "AFFIDAVIT OF SUTLER" from the Adjutant General's Office, Army of the Potomac, certifying that H. A. Pinkham is the duly elected Sutler of the 138th Pennsylvania Regiment. Actually, these are two documents, dated January 17 and February 8, 1865 and glued together at that time...Overall size 8" x 10", folds, very good condition but some discoloration along the glue line. A very rare Civil War Sutler's document. This document came with a group of other papers belonging to Pinkham, who was the Sutler chosen in 1863 by the officers of the 138th Pennsylvania to service the needs of the men of the regiment. The 138th Pennsylvania was one of the true fighting regiments of the Army of the Potomac. They fought at the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Cedar Creek, Petersburg and Appomattox and sustained many casualties.....Guaranteed original...$4.00 shipping......
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