Letter : Augusta, Me., to [Abraham Lincoln], n.p., 1863 Mar. 31.

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Morrill, Lot M. (Lot Myrick), 1812-1883. Letter : Augusta, Me., to [Abraham Lincoln], n.p., 1863 Mar. 31.

Letter : Augusta, Me., to [Abraham Lincoln], n.p., 1863 Mar. 31.

Autograph letter signed. Asks President Lincoln to consider the Reverend George W. Rogers as chaplain to one of the U.S. hospitals.

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