Confederate Military Hospital
Charleston, S.C. Sept. 23rd 1864
My Dear Father,
This letter is written by a friend as I am unable to write. I have not been as well for the past [night] as usual [and my exchange is ???? ]and has reduced me so low...
Libby Prison: Richmond, Va
April 11th 1864
Dear Parents: This morning finds me in tolerable health & good spirits. I see by extracts from northern papers that that the present arrangement for exchange is [Lah’s] factory to Lt. Gen. Grant & Gen....
On July 4th, 1853, Edmund Fairfield, president of Michigan Central College, gave two speeches. The first was at the country fairgrounds and was entitled True National Greatness. The second remarks were at the laying of the cornerstone for...
Camp 6th Ind Val Cavly
February 24th 1865
Thomas D. Kimball. Sr
I made the acquaintance of your son Lieut T D. Kimball Jr in Prison at Charleston, S.C. He gave me your address and requested me to write...
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Captain Thomas DeKay Kimball, Jr. enlisted as a private in 1862 in Company I, 88th Indiana Infantry. He took part in the battles of Perrysville and Stone River. He was captured at the Battle of Chickamauga. He was imprisoned at Libby Prison,...