Correspondence, September 1892.

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Porter, Fitz-John, 1822-1901. Correspondence, September 1892.

Correspondence, September 1892.

September 7, 1892 letter to Adam Badeau, former military aide to and biographer of Ulysses S. Grant, asking whether Abraham Lincoln and Edwin M. Stanton pressured Grant to move through the Wilderness and to decline presidential consideration in 1864. Draft of Badeau's reply (September 19) denying such pressure. Includes Porter's thank you note of September 22 with envelope.

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