Henry T. Reynolds letter
Scope and Contents
Letter mentions the gunboat Pensicola, camp conditions, the death of Matthew Luis and why part of the letter is in pencil. The letter is written on printed stationary of the Pennsylvania Volunteers. Includes a photocopy of a photograph of Reynolds.
- Reynolds, Henry T., 1834- (Creator, Person)
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Henry T. Reynolds (b. 1834) was a Civil War soldier in Company A., 85th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.
3 items (0.05 linear ft.)
Donated by John M. Haddow in 1975.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; John M. Haddow; 1975.
19th Century Mormon and Western Manuscripts.
See also the Henry T. Reynolds photograph (MSS P 200).
Letter, "Camp of Good Hope," near Newcastle, Pennsylvania to his uncle, Matthew Taylor, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania, 1862.
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- 2010 July 6
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.