Letters, 1862 March 16-June 5, of John H. B. Jenkins (of the 40th New York Infantry) to Mary A. Benjamin, Smyrna, Del., describing camp life and the progress of the war especially in the battle of Fair Oaks and conditions in Hampton, Va.
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Source: James Lowe of New York. Purchase. 1984-28A purchased and received on 6/19/1984.
John Jenkins Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.