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Though Jubal Early was against secession from the Union, he dutifully joined the Confederate Army when his home state of Virginia voted to secede. Early rose through the ranks, commanding troops during all the major battles in the east. At the war’s end he refused to surrender and fled to Mexico and later Canada before returning to the US several years later. This requisition slip for food for his command’s horses is dated September 1864 and bears the general’s signature in black fountain pen. The document shows toning and light wear from age and the ink handwriting has aged to a warm sepia. The sheet has professionally matted and framed along with a portrait of Early and an engraved plaque listing the general’s wartime accomplishments. The piece comes with a Beckett LOA.
Scarce 1864 Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early Autographed Requisition Slip Display - Beckett LOA
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