Letter from W. W. Duffield to Lewis Maney, Woodside, Pennsylvania, May 7, 1866
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|Creator:||Duffield, W. W. | Manley, Lewis|
|Title:||Letter from W. W. Duffield to Lewis Maney, Woodside, Pennsylvania, May 7, 1866|
A letter from Duffield to Major Lewis M. Maney, C.S.A., relative to a grape vine sent by Duffield to Maney in 1862, and to Maney's impending visit to Woodside. It also refers to Maney as one "who sheltered me when a stranger, and who healed and comforted me when wounded and a prisoner," evidently a reference to the two men's encounter during the Civil War. That, however, is the lone reference to the conflict.
|Subjects:||letters (correspondence) | Duffield, W. W.--Correspondence | Maney, Lewis--Correspondence | Prisoners of war--Health and hygiene--United States | United States--Armed Forces | United States--History | United States, Alabama, 32.318231, -86.902298|
|Institution:||William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library|
|Contributors:||William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library (University of Alabama)|
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W. W. Duffield Letter, William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library
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