Doctor Tarbell and Mary Conant papers 1864-1881 1864-1865 Tarbell, Doctor and Mary Conant papers

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Doctor Tarbell and Mary Conant papers, Tarbell, Doctor and Mary Conant papers, 1864-1881, 1864-1865

Doctor Tarbell and Mary Conant papers 1864-1881 1864-1865 Tarbell, Doctor and Mary Conant papers

This collection consists of 113 letters, written primarily between Union soldier Doctor Tarbell and his fiancée, and later, wife, Mary Lucy Conant. Doctor served as a Sergeant in New York's 32nd Infantry, Co. A, and as a Lieutenant, Captain, and Brevet Major in the Commissary Regiment, U.S. Volunteers.

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