Walker, James autograph letter/ Telephone use



James A. Walker (1832-1901) Brigadier General, CSA (VA). Participated in 1862 Shenandoah Valley campaign, Seven Days campaign, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (as commander of “Stonewall” Brigade), Virginia Overland campaign (WIA – “Mule Shoe”), Petersburg, Ft. Stedman and Appomattox.
Autograph Letter Signed (ALS), 2 separate pages, 4to. pertaining to legal matter.
“Walker & Caldwell,
Wytheville, Virginia, July 25 1893
Jno. W. Robinson Esq.
Dear Sir
…I will wire you or phone you when the case will … be reached.
Yours very truly
James A. Walker”

Interesting early mention of telephone use. Some aging, edge faults and two punch holes at the top (not affecting the text), otherwise fine.


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