|Date||April 21, 1864|
|Scope & Content||
Circular from Lieut. Gen. Hardee at Head Quarters, Hardee's Corps, Dalton, Georgia, April 21, 1864
Physical Appearance: April 21, 1864 - H[ea]d Q[uarte]rs, Hardee's Corps, Dalton, G[eorgi]a, Circular} Directs that the Corps flags "known as the Virginia battle flags" have regimental inscriptions: number of the regiment placed in the "upper angle formed by the cross" and name of the state placed in the "lower angle." By command of Lieut[enant] Gen[era]l [William Joseph] Hardee. "Official," Signed "Robt Wayne" L[ieutenan]t & A[cting] A[ssistant] A[djutant] G[eneral]. "Official signed" D. H. Poole. A. A. Gen. "Official Signed," J. B. Cumming, A. A. Genl. 1 page.
|Archival History||The circular was formerly located in the MC 3 G-403m files.|
Hardee, William Joseph
Poole, D. H.
Cumming, J. B.