Croom family papers, 1862-1870 [manuscript].


Croom family. Croom family papers, 1862-1870 [manuscript].

Croom family papers, 1862-1870 [manuscript].

Miscellaneous items, including special orders (one relieving Maj. S. Croom from duty) and a note, 15 January 1865, from Robert E. Lee, about restricting short supplies of coffee and sugar to "men in the trenches."

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