[CIVIL WAR - CONFEDERATE] Group of signed items,
comprising: EARLY, JUBAL. Signed war-date document ordering supplies for his division, 30 June 1863, old stains and creases; RUGGLES, DANIEL. War-date autograph note signed addressed to "General," likely Bragg, and dated March 9th [1862?], asking if it is "advisable to throw up entrenchments here at once. Two heavy guns in position at Chickasaw." Written in a very light pencil, foxed; SHELBY, JOSEPH. Legal document signed, Missouri, 1859, regarding damages and losses to Shelby's property after an incident with the steamboat Alonzo-Child, folds, fine; JOHNSTON, JOSEPH. Document signed, 1878, a business item on Johnston's stationery signed in full and initialed twice, toning and edgewear with small losses; LONGSTREET, JAMES. Clipped signature mounted to card [AND:] an original sketch in pencil of a military maneuver from the Battle of Antietam on a sheet with a typed explanation that the drawing was made by Longstreet in 1893; and a CDV portrait of a Confederate soldier backstamped from Morse's Gallery of the Cumberland, Nashville (operated from 1861-65).
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