|Object Name||Image, Digital|
|Collection||Matthew C. Miller Digital Collection|
Digitized letter from George Young to Lottie Lasher, dated May 30, 1865, written from Chattanooga. He says that now that the war is over there is little to do in camp. He says laziness and tobacco are his only vices, and if he doesn't get paid soon he'll have to give up the tobacco. He says everyone is anxious to find out when they'll be mustered out of the army, but no word yet.
See pdf for transcription.
|Dates of Creation||May 30, 1865|
|Additional File||Click here to view the transcription.|