Letters : to Mrs. Winifred Brent Russell, 1915-1919.


Humphreys, Milton W. (Milton Wyllie), b. 1844. Letters : to Mrs. Winifred Brent Russell, 1915-1919.

Letters : to Mrs. Winifred Brent Russell, 1915-1919.

This collection, which consists of Humphreys' letters to Mrs. Winifred Brent Russell, gives an account of Humphreys' life; his early years at Washington and Lee University; his Civil War career as Sergeant of Artillery; his association as teacher and student with General Lee; his study in Germany; and his career at the University of Virginia.

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