Papers, 1858-1866.


Connor, Selden, 1839-1917. Papers, 1858-1866.

Papers, 1858-1866.

Letters written chiefly during the Civil War to his parents at Kendall Mills, Maine, and his sister at Haverhill, Massachusetts. Includes letters by Virgil R. Connor while he was in Washington, June 1864-February 1865, caring for Selden Connor, who was recovering from wound. Also lettersfrom several others during his recuperation; copy of letter from L. M. Morrill, May 13, 1866 in connection with appointment as collector of Internal Revenue.

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