Autograph letters signed (7) : Fort Hamilton, Baltimore, Lexington, Virginia, (Washington College) and White Sulphus Springs, to his cousin Martha Custis Williams, 1844 Aug. 28, 1849 Nov. 25, 1866 Nov. 5, 1868 Mar. 25, 1868 Apr. 9, 1869 Feb. 5, 1869 Aug. 23.

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Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. Autograph letters signed (7) : Fort Hamilton, Baltimore, Lexington, Virginia, (Washington College) and White Sulphus Springs, to his cousin Martha Custis Williams, 1844 Aug. 28, 1849 Nov. 25, 1866 Nov. 5, 1868 Mar. 25, 1868 Apr. 9, 1869 Feb. 5, 1869 Aug. 23.

Autograph letters signed (7) : Fort Hamilton, Baltimore, Lexington, Virginia, (Washington College) and White Sulphus Springs, to his cousin Martha Custis Williams, 1844 Aug. 28, 1849 Nov. 25, 1866 Nov. 5, 1868 Mar. 25, 1868 Apr. 9, 1869 Feb. 5, 1869 Aug. 23.

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