Title: Autograph Letter Signed
Publication Date: 1918
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Autograph two page letter (8 x 10 inch) signed, on lined sheets. Dated April 8, 1918 from Little Rock, Arkansas. Letter to a family friend (Mrs. Barnett) commenting on news of WWI, health and discussing mutual friends. J.S. Pollock (c.1840- ) was working in the post office in St. Louis when the Civil War broke out and was appointed Post Master in a number of southern cities after the Union Army liberated them. Among the cities were Memphis (1862), Vicksburg (1863), and Little Rock (1864). After the Civil War he remained in the Postal System and later went into banking. Some evidence of folding. Bookseller Inventory # 8939
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