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Object Name Letter
Catalog Number CML-JCP.5
Date March 7, 1863
Scope & Content Letter from Colonel P. M. Stockton to Lieutenant Morrison, March 7, 1863.

Physical Appearance: March 7, 1863 - P. M. Stockton, at C[onfederate] S[tates] Arsenal, Jackson, Miss[issippi], to Lieut[enant] Morrison, A[id] d[e] C[amp] - Responding to Mr. Pierson's communication, Stockton accepts all the wrought iron at 10 cents per pounds. Notes that he has no cable, chain, or boiler. Signed, "P. M. Stockton" Col[onel] Com[man]d[in]g. 1 page.
Archival History Col. Stockton's reply to Lt. Morrison was formerly located in the MC 3 G-403j Georgia Room Papers and transferred to CML in April 2004.
People Morrison, Lt.
Stockton, P. M.
Search Terms Wrought iron
Subjects Wrought-iron work
Iron industry
Iron work