Contains 74 Results:
Note from Robert E. Lee regarding the salaries of clerks in his office.
Letter regarding Fanny Kemble and other matters.
Letter regarding a contract for the construction of a steam boat and engine.
Writing from Washington D.C., Robert E. Lee writes of social matters.
Letter to a friend or colleague regarding possible travel plans and Robert E. Lee's search for a new job.
Letter acknowledging engineering departnment account receipts. Assume G. T. Beauregard is Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard.
Transcribes note from William H.F. Lee to Custis Lee, then discusses Christmas presents and inquires about his studies.
Note regarding Robert E. Lee's inability to attend his niece's wedding and recalls other memories with her.
Letter regarding disbursement accounts in Mexico City.
Details the transition from winter to spring in Mexico City. Compares the cats in Mexico City to those in his own home.
Letter concerning Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II's appointment at the United States Military Academy.
Recommendation of Sergeant McNally to the United States Military Academy.
Concerns his upcoming visit to New York.
Robert E. Lee apologizes for his late arrival.
Robert E. Lee requests help from J.N. Bonaparte with delivery of clothing for his nephew Fitzhugh.
Robert E. Lee informs Totten that in obedience to instrusctions, he has relieved Captain Brewerton of the superintendency at the United States Military Academy.
Robert E. Lee requests to be relieved from duty at the United States Military Academy.
Robert E. Lee writes to his son updating him on family matters and inquiring about his wrist.
Robert E. Lee relates his experience as superintendent at West Point and comments on his superior's son, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II.
Robert E. Lee writes of possible change of duty for Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II.
Robert E. Lee writes to father of an ill student, detailing his ailment and present condition.
Robert E. Lee discusses possible change of duty for Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II.
Robert E. Lee discusses the academic performance of a student with his parent.