1865-07-17 [Letter, 1865 July 17]

Dublin Core

Title

1865-07-17 [Letter, 1865 July 17]

Subject

United States--History--Civil War, 1862-1865--Personal narratives; Pospisil, John (Jan), 1839?- --Correspondence; Czech Americans--Correspondence; United States. Army. Iowa Infantry Regiment, 22nd (1862-1865)

United States ; Savannah (Ga.)

Description

A letter written by Pospisil, John (Jan), 1839?- a member of the 22nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry, to his father, Pospisil, Joseph. In Czech. Dated 17 July 1865. 4 pages.

Creator

Pospisil, John (Jan), 1839?-

Date

07/17/1865

1861; 1862; 1863; 1864; 1865; 1866; 1867; 1868; 1869; 1870

Rights

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Coverage

United States--History--Civil War, 1862-1865

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File Name

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Repository

National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library (http://www.ncsml.org/library.htm)

Digital Reproduction Information

Original letters scanned at high resolution to make an uncompressed tiff (on disc at NCSML). This tiff was used to create a high-quality 600 dpi jpeg file with a 1000-pixel width.

Contact information.

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Digital item created

5/20/2003
7/23/2004
SGS

Notes

Handwritten. Untranslated. Letterhead on first page reads: "The New York branch of the U.S. Christian Commission, 30 Bible House, New York. Send this as the Soldier's Messenger to his home. Let it haste to those who wait for tidings."
Donated by Leonard Jelinek.