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150 Years Ago (1864 4/30)

(Just a printed form)



1210 Chestnut St.

John H. Taggart, Preceptor, (late Col. 12th P.R.V.C.)

Philadelphia, April 30, 1864.

Capt. Fetters,

Admit into 3rd Class M. & A. Private

C H A R L E S  B L A K E, 637 Company A, and supply him with

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which will be issued by Librarian on presentation of this order.


John H. Taggart,


Per W. -


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How does one center text?

Rats, the spacing and centering didn't come through...except on the last few lines for some reason. Oh well, you get the idea...


Fixed it!

Now it looks more like the original. Just imagine it in a conventional typewriter font.


Thaks for sharing all of these.

Thanks for sharing all of these.

It's like a present you have given to all of Brattleboro.


Progressive Charles

Perhaps Charles can escape Brattleboro for a little while, and even increase his rank while helping the war effort in a new way.


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The amount of confidence I have in local (not national, not state) media to get the facts right...