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Letter to Anna Wilcox from John Pike, April 1866

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Pike, John


J. E. Pike writes Anna Wilcox in April 1866. He and William have moved to Sharlotte (sic) (also called Newfane or Charlotte, NY) and are to board with a widow named Wilson. He writes of recent visits and mentions Uncle Ben, Susan Stebbins, Art, and Ab. Original format: 1 sheet, 21 x 26 cm folded to 13 x 21 cm.





Anna E. Wilcox Civil War Collection
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The collection consists of 45 letters on 44 sheets, 8 photographs, 4 unassociated envelopes, and ancillary materials. Most of the letters were written between October 16, 1862 and August 10, 1865. Ancillary materials include the "scope and content" note, the "finding aid", and the "transcription note". Also, the ancillary… More

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Pike, John, “Letter to Anna Wilcox from John Pike, April 1866,” Digital Collections, accessed April 23, 2024,