Letter written by Dwight W. Stannard, private in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment from Albany to his wife on March 17, 1862

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Letter written by Dwight W. Stannard, private in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, from Albany, New York, on March 17, 1862, to his wife, Alma C. (Simmons) Stannard: a machine readable transcription

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PAGE IMAGE [no caption] Albany (Albany, New York) March 17th 62
Dear wife (Stannard, Dwight W. (Mrs., Alma C. Simmons)) (Stannard, Alma C. (Mrs. Dwight W. Stannard)) (Simmons, Alma C. (Mrs. Dwight W. Stannard))

I am well and
have got my pay I have
sent you 12 dollars by
thomas Bamber (Bamber, Thomas) to boonville (Boonville, New York)
Beanson (Beanson) and Gile holman (Holman, Gile)
have sent to the same
place to that if you
want to sent by Colman (Colman)
you can or go yourself
I expect a new pay day
within a week when I
get that I will send you
more you need not
send a letter untill you
here (hear) from me again

Dwight W Stannard (Stannard, Dwight W.)


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PAGE IMAGE let our folks have
&8,00 dollars keep 4 for
yourself I have payed
my debts and a little
to spare

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