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This collection contains 47 letters, 37 of which are written by John L. Barry during his time in the Civil War between 20 June 1861 and 7 June 1862. The letters are written to his family in Dunkirk, New York, addressing his mother, father, sister Ellen, and brother Robert.
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.27 cubic feet
Civil War, Civil War Correspondence, 72nd New York Infantry, Excelsior Brigade, Battle of Malvern Hill, Seven Days Battle
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Boeree, Kate, "MS-105: John L. Barry Civil War Letters" (June 2009). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.