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April 25, 2007

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Jim Young

Thank you James

James Edwin Snead, III

Very likely genuine. I have an envelope addressed to Cadet Chas. H. Olmstead at the Military Institute(GMI) Marietta, Ga. It's original!(1851-57 3c Stamp affixed), your's probably is, too!!! Jim

Jim Young

My mother-in-law in Australia has a letter that she claims has been in her family for many years - the letter seems to have possibly been written by Charles Olmstead to his wife at the time of the siege of Fort Pulaski - what are the chances of this being genuine?

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