Coll. 0002 - Ted Barclay Correspondence, 1861-1864
A collection of 69 letters written by Alexander Tedford Barclay (1844-1915), a soldier in the civil war, to his family in Lexington. Most of the letters were sent to his sister, Hannah Moore Barclay (1839-1903?), and his mother, Mary Elanor Paxton Barclay (1810-1883). His brothers Elihu and Paxton are mentioned.
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