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[Letter from J. M. Rife, December 16, 1864]

Description: General orders No. 14. First Capt. Claflin inspection of the cavalry was good. Officers should exert themselves to the fullest. Officers and men will be taught in all that pertains to General and in the manual of Arms and dismount movements. This Order is to be read by Commanders for three days at Roll call.
Date: December 16, 1864
Creator: Rife, J. M.
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[Letter from Lieutenant General Longstreet, December 16,1862]

Description: General Order No. 114. Commanders are to make sure that provisions are at hand, ammunition and transportation. Officers are to take care of their men and soldiers are to obey their officers.
Date: December 16, 1862
Creator: Longstreet, Lt. Gen.
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[Letter from from Claude D. White to Linnet Moore, December 16, 1900]

Description: Letter from Claude White to Linnet Moore in which he says he wants to write to Washington, D. C. to find out what was slowing down the flow of letters between them. He writes about his job. He then asks her for another letter.
Date: December 16, 1900
Creator: White, Claude D.
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[Letter from Lilian and Allice Griffin to Mary Moore, December 16, 1906]

Description: Letter from Lillian Griffin to Mary Moore in which she tells her aunt about "hog killing," taking sausage over to Aunt Bettie on her "boy saddle" and the farm animals she helps care for. She also lists the presents she has received from relatives. Alice writes Lillian being at home until school starts in the spring; clothing; and that Mayme married Jo St. John. She updates Mary on the activities of family and friends.
Date: December 16, 1906
Creator: Griffin, Lillian
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[Letter from the United States Civil Service Commission to Claude D. White, December 16, 1908]

Description: Letter from the United States Civil Service Commission to Claude D. White regarding Mr. White's scores for the examination he recently took. It is signed by Charles Hendricks, Secretary of the Ninth Civil Service District. He has scores for spelling, arithmetic, letter-writing, penmanship, and copying from plain copy. A large piece of the paper has been torn away. There is an envelope addressed to Claude D. White at 3227 Pratt St. in Omaha, Nebraska. The return address is for the United States Civil Service Commission, Ninth U.S. Civil Service District, Old Custom House, St. Louis, Missouri. It is postmarked St. Louis, December 16, 1908, and there are handwritten notes in pencil on the back.
Date: December 16, 1908
Creator: United States Civil Service Commission
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