Coll. 0015 - William Preston Johnston Correspondence
William Preston Johnston was a professor at Washington College. He was also a lawyer and author, writing several volumes of poetry. He served as a colonel in the Confederate Army and acted as aide-de-camp to Jefferson Davis.
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