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Wilmon W. Blackmar, Medal of Honor Recipient, Group of Documents and

Most notably in the group is a 12-page letter (7.75" x 9.75) written from Nottoway Court House, Virginia dated April 16, 1865 to his wife "Lizzie," providing an eyewitness account of the last ten days of battle leading to Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House. In the beginning of the letter, Blackmar expressed his despair at Lincoln's tragic death. "." Blackmar then proceeded to provide a day-by-day account of events in the ten days leading up to Appomattox in which he was involved. On March 31, 1865, the Battle of Dinwiddie Court House occurred. "" Blackmar's brigade, led by Captain Henry Capehart, was able to halt the Confederate attack as fighting continued into the night. The next day, April 1, was the Battle of Five Forks, in which Blackmar's heroism won him the Medal of Honor. "." Later in the latter, Blackmar described the actions of his brigade in the Battle of Sailer's Creek. "." Blackmar describes the actions on April 9, the day that ended with General Lee's surrender at Appomattox. "[].'" In his letter, Blackmar mentioned that after the surrender ceremony, Colonel Capehart was given "." As evidenced by other items in this grouping, Blackmar would eventually obtain the chair. The lot also includes:1) Affidavit of Captain Henry Capehart. Carbon typescript, one page, 7.75" x 13", Fargo, North Dakota; August 10, 1893. This copy of affidavit was sent with General Grant's chair, which Capehart presented to Blackmar. It reads in part: "" 2) Cabinet photograph of the chair in which General Grant sat at Appomattox. 3.75" x 5.4" albumen print on 5.25" x 7.5" mount. Photograph by W.H. Partridge, Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1893. On verso of mount is printed copy of the August 10, 1893 affidavit of Captain Capehart. 3) Cabinet photograph of Wilmon W. Blackmar standing next to the Grant chair, 4" x 5" albumen print on 5.25" x 8.5" mount. Photographer unidentified, but probably W. H. Partridge, Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1893. 4) Handwritten manuscript, in the hand of Blackmar, entitled "An Eventful Day with Phil Sheridan", 9 pages (incomplete), 8" x 10" lined paper, with edits in pencil and ink for presentation and possible publication; circa 1890s. A lecture by Blackmar, in which he repeats a story previously told by a "", probably himself, due to similarities of descriptions of events related in his April 16, 1865 letter cited above, about the events of April 9, 1865, the day that ended with General Lee's surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia. The incomplete manuscript ends with General Custer's engagement with Lee's troops. 5) A handwritten manuscript, in the hand of Blackmar, entitled "The Flag of Truce at Appomattox", one page, 5.75" x 9"; undated. It reads in full: "[ich] ." 6) Autograph letter signed, two pages (on James Conaway & Company Steel Umbrella Frame Works stationary), 8.5" x 10.75", Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; April 10, 1896. Letter from John F. Conaway to Blackmar in which Conaway, a fellow Civil War veteran, informs Blackmar of a local GAR meeting in which part of his recent speech concerning Lee's surrender at Appomattox (possibly item 4 listed above) was read. Also included is a canceled postal cover (a James Conaway & Company envelope). Overall good condition. April 16, 1865 letter has usual folds with separations along center horizontal fold; upper right hand corner of page 3 missing and lower right hand has a 2.5" tear. The first page manuscript titled "An Eventful day with Phil Sheridan" has lower left hand corner missing (with no loss of text); bottom of page 1 has several small tears; browning down center of page 1.HID07601242017閱讀更多

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