|Object Name||LETTER, ORIGINAL|
|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
Thomas J. Jackson to Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, February 11, 1863
Physical Appearance: February 11, 1863 - Letter from Thomas Jonathan Jackson at Caroline County, Virginia, to Colonel [Bradley T. Johnson] - Does not know if Johnson had received his previous letter so repeats the information: recommends him for promotion and the command of William B. Taliaferro's brigade. Signed, "Very truly your friend / T. J. Jackson" 2 pp. 1st page > Label: "71" near upper left corner. Marks: "10" - "No. 9." 2nd page > Red rectangular stamp: "Records & Pension Office / 603162 / War Department / May 2 / 1900." Marks: "No. 12." A photocopy is available in the CML Jackson Box.
|Archival History||Formerly located in the MC 3 M-613g files. A photocopy is available in the CML Jackson Box. Letter is listed as item #71 on page 195 of the 1905 CMLS Catalogue. Douglas S. Freeman references the letter in his "Calendar of Confederate Papers, number Md-71, on page 299 (date is given incorrectly as February 7, 1863).|
Johnson, Bradley Tyler
|Subjects||CML BRADLEY T. JOHNSON --CML JACKSON COLLECTION|