Eli F. Irons Correspondence
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of a single letter written by Eli F. Irons, a Union soldier serving in the 146th Regiment of the Ohio National Guard, out of Fayette, VA, to his wife, Mrs. M. B. Irons, in August of 1864. In the letter, Irons talks of his experiences serving in the garrison, and his desire to return home shortly.
- Creation: 1864
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This collection is housed in a box containing WLU Coll. 0211-0226.
Blue sheet prepared by Susan L. Gates (1/6/89)
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