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    Group Lot of Ten Confederate Generals' Autographs consisting of:
    Samuel Bell Maxey- Autograph card.
    Hugh W. Mercer- Clipped signature with rank.
    William Miller- 1891 ALS discussing possible locations of surviving CSA generals.
    Young M. Moody- Signature on an 1883 Alabama court document.
    John C. Moore- Autograph card with rank.
    Patrick T. Moore- Autograph card with rank, dated September 20, 1864. Nice.
    John T. Morgan- Autograph card with "Alabama" below.
    Allison Nelson- Signature incorporated into an address panel to "Mrs. Allison Nelson." Nelson fell ill of fever and died in service in 1862. Scarce.
    Francis R.T. Nicholls- Autograph card.
    Lucius B. Northrop- Two-page ALS in his hand and signed with "CSA...A memorandum in relation to the Purchase of Flour." Detailed glimpse into the process of the Confederate Army, referencing markets in Richmond, Manassas, etc.

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    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
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