Records, 1861-1865.


Maine Agency Sanitary Commission. Records, 1861-1865.

Records, 1861-1865.

Correspondence, chiefly directed to G.R. Davis, A.B. Farwell, Leonard Watson, and B.H. Hinds, state agents, seeking aid in the form of supplies, locating relatives in the service, and help in securing leave or transfers.

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