Andrew Clark Duffy Civil War Poem
One handwritten and two typed copied of Civil War poem "My Dearest Wife and Child Too" by Andrew Clark Duffy.
- Duffy, Andrew Clark (Person)
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0.25 Linear Feet (1 box.)
Biographical / Historical
During the American Civil War, Andrew Clark Duffy was imprisoned at Rock Island, IL, a notorious prison camp for Confederate soldiers; he would die there. Duffy is the author of “My Dearest Wife and Children Too.”
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of William Hugh Bell, 2007.
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