About the Digital Collection
Miscellaneous papers including a letter, 1865, from Snowden Andrews in Ferrol, Spain, to his wife Mary in Paris, mentioning that his ship had stopped for minor repairs and that a Confederate ram was also in the harbor, by permission of the Spanish queen. Also includes a letter from the Maryland Historical Society acknowledges receipt of the artillery jacket worn by Maj. Richard Snowden Andrews when he was wounded at the Battle of Cedar Run. Clippings are of reviews of Maj. Snowden's Memoirs and notices of the death of Archibald Thomas, a doorman at the Merchants Club of Baltimore for many years, who was a former Andrews family slave.
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