Letter from Viola Adams to John L. Ham, October 14, (1862?). In it she scolds Ham for not writing a longer letter and briefs him on the latest events at home, including her schooling. She inquires as to his opinion on army life and requests he write her a longer response, lest he be subjected to later haunting.
Taken from the Paul W. Bean Collection, Box no. 279, f.65
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West Bath, Maine
Civil War, army life, schooling, letters from home
Military History | Social History
Adams, Viola, "Letter from Viola Adams to John L. Ham, October 14, (1862?)" (1862). Paul W. Bean Civil War Papers. Item 55.