|Object Name||LETTER, ORIGINAL|
|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
Thomas J. Jackson to Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, February 14, 1863
Physical Appearance: February 14, 1863 - Letter from Thomas Jonathan Jackson to Colonel Bradley T. Johnson - Acknowledges receipt of Johnson's letter dated February 10. Explains the mistake he made in his earlier letter of recommendation to the War Department and states that he has corrected it. Notes that a number of Maryland officers (ex: Winder, Elzey, Trimble, and Stewart) have already been killed or wounded on the battlefield. Signed, "T. J. Jackson" Also signed, "T. J. J." at end of a postscript of 4th page. 4 pp. 1st page > Label: "74" attached in top margin. 4th page > Marks: "No. 7" along right edge. 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 item #74 on page 195 of the 1905 CMLS Catalogue. Douglas S. Freeman refer to this letter in his "Calendar of Confederate Papers," number Md-69-74-75, on page 300.|
Johnson, Bradley Tyler
|Subjects||CML BRADLEY T. JOHNSON --CML JACKSON COLLECTION|