1903 ORIGINAL ARCHIVE OF TYPED AND MANUSCRIPT LETTERS  WRITTEN BY A NATIVE SON OF ALABAMA, LIEUTENANT COLONEL DURING THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR, NEW YORK CITY LAWYER AND ONE DAY UNITED STATES FEDERAL JUDGE2314
On offer is an interesting, modest group of 17 letters, most typed and some manuscript, written by Francis G. Caffey, an Alabama native, a lieutenant colonel during the Spanish-American war, a successful attorney and later a US federal judge. The letters dated 1903 through 1905 are for the most part legal and case matters with clients while he practised in New York but had many dealings in his home state. We note several letters are to a former CSA officer. Seventeen documents are signed and overall VG.
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