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    Group of Two Post-War Meeting Journals with accompanying photograph. The first is the meeting journal of the E. E. Sturtevant Grand Army of the Republic, Post No. 2 [Concord, New Hampshire], spanning the years 1923 through 1931. Consisting of 126 handwritten pages, information contained includes officer names and minutes for each meeting. The second is the record book for the 18th New Hampshire Veteran's Association spanning the years 1909 through 1926. Consists of 39 pages of association officer's names, meeting minutes, and a treasurer's report. Also contains several newspaper clippings, an 18th N.H.V.A. pamphlet, and one ALS. With a 4" x 5.5", black and white photograph of "General" Frank Battles, late of 19th Massachusetts Unattached Infantry. Mounted to an overall size of 6" x 9".

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