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    Group Lot of Ten Confederate Generals' Autographs consisting of:
    William McComb- Autograph card with rank below.
    John P. McCown- Clipped September 20, 1862 endorsement with his rank. Light, but readable.
    Samuel McGowan- July 29, 1883 ALS to General Davis, signed with "Late Brig Genl in the Army of the Confederate States of America."
    William Whann Mackall- Clipped October 8, 1863 endorsement.
    Dandridge McRae- Clipped signature.
    James P. Major- Autograph card with rank.
    Arthur Middleton Manigault- Clipped signature from a war-period endorsement, with his then-rank of colonel.
    Humphrey Marshall- Large bold autograph with "Springport, Henry County, Kentucky" below.
    William T. Martin- Clipped endorsement in his hand and signed, dated June 26, 1864.
    Dabney Herndon Maury- Autograph note signed as "Late Maj. Genl. C. Army."

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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