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New England Soldiers' Relief Association


New York, June 14d 1864

His Excellency.

Governor. Yates.

Springfield Ill.


The object of my letter is to inquire whether the State of Illinois affords aid to the families of Soldiers resident out of the state. Private John Gunnell 2nd Ill. battery reenlisted Jan. 15. has made application to this Agency for State aid in behalf of his mother resident in this city. Please Advise.

With great respect.

Very Respectfully

Mr [illegible]

Frank E Howe

Mil. aft

per [name] Kimball

Howe, Frank E. mil Agt

194 Broadway.

New York. June 14. 1864

Enquires if the State of Ills. furnish aid to families of Soldiers living out of the State.

Answered June 24th by [Loomis?] ADC

Col S Answer