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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|Unassociated Civil War Documents 1865
|Adam M. Hallidy to Margaret McClelland Hallidy regarding his concerns for her health
|11 February 1865
|Hallidy, Adam, M. (fl. 1862-1865)
|Hallidy, Margaret McClelland
|Replies to Maggie's letter about her serious cold and admits his deep fear of losing her to tuberculosis. Mentions his recent cold and his home remedy to cure it. Assures her that if she needs anything he will try to send her money if he can. Promises to send her another Chronicle and a long love letter. Written from the General Court Martial Rooms. Handwriting is more elegant than the first three letters, though there are similarities in style and signature. Same handwriting as GLC05522.04.
|Civil War Military History Union Forces Soldier's Letter Union Soldier's Letter Tuberculosis Health and Medical Finance Love Letters Journalism Military Law Court Martials and Courts of Inquiry
|Hallidy, Adam, M. (fl. 1862-1865) Hallidy, Margaret McClelland (fl. 1862-1865)
|The American Civil War; Health & Medicine; Women in American History
|Papers and Images of the American Civil War
|Adam M. Hallidy was a Union Army soldier during the Civil War and was in Company K, 2nd D.C. Volunteers. He married his friend Maggie McClelland 19 March 1864.
|Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945
|Adam M. Hallidy to Margaret McClelland Hallidy regarding her social life and their friendship Adam M. Hallidy to Margaret McClelland Hallidy asking about her work life and discussing their correspondence Adam M. Hallidy to Margaret McClelland Hallidy describing his daily activities Adam M. Hallidy to Margaret McClelland Hallidy discussing his proposal and their marriage