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    Group Lot of Ten Confederate Generals' Autographs consisting of:
    Thomas James Churchill- Nice 1891 ALS. Churchill was elected governor of Arkansas in 1880.
    Philip Cook- Nice autograph card with his rank and reference to "Jackson's Corps".
    John Rogers Cooke- 1873 ALS with Civil War content. Cooke was wounded seven times before being promoted to brigadier general.
    Samuel Cooper- Signed printed 1854 War Department General Order #4 (also with a printed signature of Jefferson Davis as secretary of war). Cooper was the highest ranking Confederate officer and fled with Davis when Richmond fell. A scarce signature.
    Samuel Cooper- 1852 ALS as adjutant general of the army, to General Jessup about routine army business.
    Montgomery Dent Corse- Clipped signature with his rank below.
    Geo. Blake Cosby- Autograph card with his rank below.
    Wm. Ruffin Cox- 1890-dated autograph card.
    Geo. Bibb Crittenden- Clipped signature with his rank below.
    Henry Brevard Davidson- Autograph card with "Danville, California" (his later home) below.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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