Letter : [Fort] Monroe, Va., to [Edwin Denison] Morgan, [Albany], N.Y., 1861 July 31.

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Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893. Letter : [Fort] Monroe, Va., to [Edwin Denison] Morgan, [Albany], N.Y., 1861 July 31.

Letter : [Fort] Monroe, Va., to [Edwin Denison] Morgan, [Albany], N.Y., 1861 July 31.

Letter signed. Concerns the resignation and lack of officers in the various New York regiments located in Virginia.

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