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    Union Lieut. Col. Theodore Lyman, Aide to General George Meade, 1864 Letter & CDV. 1 page, 5" x 8", on imprinted letter head reading " Head- Quarters, Army of the Potomac," dated February 25th, 1864, written by Lyman in ink to the Commanding Officer of the 14th Brooklyn Regiment. The letter requests that the Commanding Officer influence the Governor of New York to recommend a promotion for Frederick Boyd. Docket on verso. Light toning to the paper otherwise excellent. Included with the letter is a Carte de Visite of Lyman signed on the image reading " Lt. Col. Vol. A.D.C." in the margin below. Back mark reads "Whipple 96 Washington Street, Boston." Tax stamp appears near the top on the back and the top left corner is clipped. The image is crisp.

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    December, 2014
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