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    Group Lot of Seven Confederate Political Leaders Autographs consisting of:
    John Letcher (Virginia governor 1860-1864)- Bold autograph with "Lexington, Virginia" below.
    Abraham C. Myers (C.S.A. quartermaster general)- Attractive 1859 business ALS.
    Francis H. Pierpont (Union governor of Virginia)- Autograph card.
    John Slidell (Confederate diplomat)- Large, bold clipped signature.
    Francis H. Smith (Superintendent of V.M.I. for 50 years and commanding officer at John Brown's execution)- Signed note dated February 6, 1865.
    Francis H. Smith- 1884 ALS on V.M.I. stationery.
    William Smith (Virginia governor 1864-1865)- Autograph card with biographical information. Slight bleeding of ink overall.


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