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James Clay Rice

James Clay Rice, a Soon-to-be Hero of Gettysburg, Lobbies for Promotions

Autograph Letter Signed, Head Quarters 44th [New York Volunteers] Camp near Falmouth, VA; to William Kidd, Military Secretary, March 14, 1863. 2pp. Condition is very good with minor tears and some tape along folds.

“This regiment is equal in bravery to a brigade… the boys are here who can fill [the] positions.” Rice, who four months later would valiantly defend Little Round Top at Gettysburg with fellow colonel Joshua Chamberlain, shows fighting spirit and pride in his unit.

K11625
$2,500
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William T. Sherman

Sold: William Tecumseh Sherman Archive

Sold to the Atlanta Historical Center

K12500
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