Letter signed : "Navy Department", to Freeman H. Morse, 1863 Mar. 19.


Letter signed : "Navy Department", to Freeman H. Morse, 1863 Mar. 19.

Introducing William H. Aspinwall.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7191956

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