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  • Collection: Anna E. Wilcox Letters

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Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox from Fort Federal Hill

On October 16, 1862 William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes to his Cousin Annie Wilcox describing the military training drills and daily camp life at Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore Maryland. Original format: 1 sheet, 13 x26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox from Fort McHenry, February 1864

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes to his Cousin Anna Wilcox from Fort McHenry about his military service and taking 'Reb' prisoners in February 1864. He mentions that their mutual cousins, Emory (Wilcox) and Leroy (Pike) are well. Original format: 1 sheet, 13 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1 envelope, 8 x 14 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox from Fort McHenry, January 1864

On January 18, 1864 William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes to his Cousin Anna Wilcox from Fort McHenry about the recruitment of his brother into the Drum Corp. He sends his respects to Catherine, Thomas and Arther (Wilcox).Original format: 1 sheet, 13 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1 envelope, 8 x 14 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox from the  Washington Street Hospital

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes affectionately to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. He writes generally of marriage and reassures Anna that he will not let her become an old maid. He reports that his furlough request was denied due to his leg injury. Original format:1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm…

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox, January

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes a brief letter to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. He writes that he is making progress with his attempts at walking. William also mentions the weather and receiving a letter from his father. Original format:1 sheet, 19 x 22 cm folded to 11 x 19 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox, Washington Street Hospital Autumn 1864

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes affectionately to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. He reports that his furlough request was denied again due to his leg injury. He mentions a letter from Armenia. Original format:1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1 envelope, 8 x 14 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox, Washington Street Hospital in August 1864

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes affectionately to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia He mentions a letter from Armenia. Original format:1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1 envelope, 8 x 14 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox, Washington Street Hospital in September 1864

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes affectionately to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. He reports receiving a letter from Leroy (Pike) . Original format: 1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1 envelope, 8 x 14 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox, Washington Street Hospital, November 1864

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes a brief letter to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. He writes that he is unwell. William also mentions the recent election. Original format:1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1 envelope,8 x 14 cm.

Letter from William S. Pike to Anna Wilcox, Washington Street Hospital, October 1864

William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes affectionately to his Cousin Annie Wilcox from the Washington Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. He tell her about his wound healing complications, and his medical treatment. A letter from mutual cousin John Pike is mentioned. Original format:1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm, and 1…

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