Civil War Era Studies
Two letters appeared in the Lutheran and Missionary in the late summer of 1864 signed, "M.L.S."
The summer session had ended at Pennsylvania College. The campus was quiet, the classrooms were empty. For professors at the college, the brief breaks between semesters were a much-needed respite from the daily grind of professorial life. Any sane professor would use the few brief moments to unwind. [excerpt]
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