Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2913. Letters of George P. Jarvis, serving with the 3rd Ohio Infantry. From Camp Jefferson, Ohio, he thanks his family for supplies but adamantly dispels rumors that his regiment and others lack food. He notes recruiting efforts and speculates on the length of the war, which he defies England (“John Bull”) to enter on the Confederate side. From Bowling Green, Kentucky, he expresses doubt that peace is near and refers to meeting family friends in the town.
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Folklife Archives, Manuscripts &, "Jarvis, George P., b. 1843? (SC 2913)" (2015). MSS Finding Aids. Paper 3966.