1864 Quartermaster Form - Brigade QM Transfers Uniforms & Equipment to 110th Pennsylvania - 17th Maine Connection

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1864 Quartermaster Form - Brigade QM Transfers Uniforms & Equipment to 110th Pennsylvania - 17th Maine Connection

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Item No. 4268744

Offered here is an interesting November 1864 Civil War quartermaster's report written by Lieutenant Josiah Remick, brigade quartermaster for the 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, II Corps, Army of the Potomac (originally of the 17th Maine). The No. 27 "List of Quartermaster Stores" form, filled out from "in the field, Va," lists a large number of items meant to equip the 110th Pennsylvania Volunteers, including ten forage caps, fifty pairs of trousers, thirty-six sack coats, eighty-two shirts, ten pairs of cavalry boots, five great coats, twenty-eight rubber blankets, twenty-three canteens, thirteen shelter tents, twenty picket shovels, a company order book, and a quantity of blue lace. The report was made to Lieutenant Samuel D. Hays, regimental quartermaster for the 110th. Briefly docketed on reverse. The document measures about 10 1/4" x 8" and is in excellent condition, as shown. Very little wear to edges and corners. Little foxing and toning. Creases where originally folded. This document came from an extensive archive of 110th Pennsylvania documents kept by the regimental quartermaster, Samuel D. Hays.

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