Papers, 1863-1869.

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Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. Papers, 1863-1869.

Papers, 1863-1869.

Three letters (1863-1864) and one photographic image (May 1869) documenting the Civil War military career of Robert E. Lee.

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