Letter from J. J. Edic (1864) to brother
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Collection Information

Ravi D. Goel collection on Yale

Call Number

RU 1081

Repository Information

Letter from J. J. Edic (1864) to brother
1861 February 2
box 1, folder 14
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Letter from J. J. Edic (1864) to brother, 1861 February 2. Ravi D. Goel Collection on Yale (RU 1081). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library. http://hdl.handle.net/10079/digcoll/2774053
Scope and Contents

Contains a brief mention of classmate (Thomas Carolin Clay) who "left yesterday on account of the secession he was from Georgia"; rest of letter relates issues of daily life.

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