Robert E. Lee letter, 1861 Aug. 29.

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Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. Robert E. Lee letter, 1861 Aug. 29.

Robert E. Lee letter, 1861 Aug. 29.

Letter from Lee to Rabbi Maximilian J. Michelbacher of Richmond, Va., explaining why he cannot authorize fourteen days of furlough to all Jewish soldiers in his command to attend High Holiday services.

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