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Correspondence to General Silas Casey

Description

Subseries G, Correspondence to General Silas Casey, 1868-1881, undated, includes letters written primarily from Washington, D.C. that relate to family matters; Casey is often very frank with his father, occasionally voicing strong opinions on professional matters. Many of these letters provide insight into Casey's personality, as he comments on this "miserable city" (Washington) and on being "thwarted and offended by ignoramuses."

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Collection Name
Casey family papers
Collection Code
MS008
Dates
1868-1881, undated
Collection Type
Manuscripts
Description Level
Sub-series
GUSN
297241
Reference Code
MS008.22.07

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Location Note
Folders 103.1-103.15

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