Frank L. Lemont



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Partial undated letter from Frank L. Lemont to his father Samuel R. Lemont, most likely written in 1862. In this incomplete correspondence he indicates his great concern for his mother's health and the trouble befalling his father's business, lamenting that he cannot be home for either. He mentions that Captain Daggett may return home and that should he do so, there are a few things he would be grateful if they sent them with Daggett upon his return.

Taken from the Paul W. Bean Collection, Box no. 277, f.5



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Environment, Civil War, Home Front, letters, letter from the front, Frank L. Lemont, 5th Maine Volunteers


Military History | Social History


As this is only a partial document key information is left out. However it is the belief of the digital archivist that this particular document was both written to Frank's father and that it was produced some time between February and August of 1862.

Included in the PDF is a scan of Bean's typed transcription of this letter. A modern transcription has been included for the benefit of the researcher.

Partial Undated Letter from Frank L. Lemont to Samuel R. Lemont (1862?)



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