Letter from Robert E. Lee to Col. S. Cooper, Adjutant General's office, 1860-10-30
Scope and Contents
Robert E. Lee (written from the Headquarter at San Antonio, Texas) to Adjutant General's office, Col. S. Cooper. "...It will be seen that the available funds are not more than sufficient to last three or four months. With a view to dismiss the expenditures as much as possible, I have directed that all repairs and other work at the posts for which special appropriations have not been made, be suspended...." signed R.E. Lee, Bt. Col. Command. Dept.
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- From the File: Battenfield, John Leonard (Correspondent, Person)
- From the File: Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891 (Correspondent, Person)
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