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#411 - George G. Meade

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ALS signed “Geo. G. Meade,” three pages on two adjoining sheets, 5 x 8, March 28, 1860. Letter concerning his son. In part: “In regard to George’s success, you know that is a thing not to be predicted—He is a good boy of fair capacity, and I think will not disgrace himself; tho’ he may not distinguish himself…His going to West Point has been entirely his own doing, rather against than with my wishes, but he seemed so bent upon it, that I thought it my duty to make the application for him, he promising in case of success, to sustain me by trying his best, which I believe he will do, & which is all a parent can ask.” In fine condition. George G. Meade, Jr., entered West Point in 1860 but withdrew to join the Pennsylvania Volunteers in June 1862. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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