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Letters from the Ladies Union League, 1862-1864

Ladies Union League Papers, 1862-1864

The Ladies Union League was a woman's organization in Madison that handled claims for money for Wisconsin soldiers and their families, donated food to hospitals, and corresponded with wounded soldiers. These letters consist primarily of letters to and from Union League president, Mrs. W.A.P. Morris.

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Related Topics: Wisconsin in the Civil War Era
The Civil War Home Front
Creator: Ladies Union League
Pub Data: Ladies Union :eague Papers, 1862-1864: Box 3. University of Wisconsin Digital Collections.
Citation: Ladies Union League Papers, 1862-1864. University of Wisconsin Digital Collections; Online facsimile at:; Visited on: 4/23/2014
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