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    [Civil War]. Thirty-second Texas Cavalry Ledger. 3" x 7.5". Entries are in ink and pencil. On the first page is written, "Benj. T. Estes/Capt. Commanding/Company I/Andrews Regmt/Texas Cavalry" and directly below reads: "See Company money matters in this book." The first entry is dated February 4, 1863, and is located in the middle of the book. Entries appear to be amounts of money drawn for individuals and "how disposed of," including several entries for the unit's major, William E. Estes. Toward the rear are entries for money transferred and to whom. Some entries are heavily faded. Marbled boards show moderate shelf wear and pages are unevenly toned with some slight foxing.

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