1914 ALS HANDWRITTEN LETTER SIGNED BY GENERAL W.T. SHERMAN'S MILITARY SECRETARY AND CONFIDANT00MV22
[CIVIL WAR INTEREST - GENERAL SHERMAN] Arthur Otis GRANGER [b.1846] During the Civil War, Private Granger had been General W. T. Sherman's military secretary and confidant. In 1862 he enlisted as a private in the 15th Penn. Cavalry. ALS, 1914, 1p, 4to. To Wm. Hayes Ward, Editor of The Independent, dated New York City Feb. 9/14; "I want to congratulate you upon your admirable statement: 'How old is the Universe?' It is most interestingly and kindly put." One brown stain touching one letter o/w VG.
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