Papers relating to his service in the 34th Virginia Volunteers during the Civil War [manuscript] 1832 (1861-64) 1880.

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Ware, J. W. Papers relating to his service in the 34th Virginia Volunteers during the Civil War [manuscript] 1832 (1861-64) 1880.

Papers relating to his service in the 34th Virginia Volunteers during the Civil War [manuscript] 1832 (1861-64) 1880.

There are letters from Judah Philip Benjamin, Robert Edward Lee and John Augustine Washington together with Ware's commission and parole.

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