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    INTRODUCTION   Table of Contents     REMINISCENCES
  --  I
  --  A BRIEF SKETCH OF MY ANCESTORS

Taylor, Susie King
Reminiscences of my life in camp

- LETTER FROM COL. C. T. TROWBRIDGE

LETTER FROM COL. C. T. TROWBRIDGE

St. Paul, Minn., April 7, 1902.

Mrs. Susan King Taylor :

Dear Madam ,--The manuscript of the story of your army life reached me to-day. I have read it with much care and interest, and I most willingly and cordially indorse it as a truthful account of your unselfish devotion and service through more than three long years of war in which the 33d Regiment bore a conspicuous part in the great conflict for human liberty and the restoration of the Union. I most sincerely regret that through a technicality you are debarred from having your name placed on the roll of pensioners, as an Army Nurse; for among all the number of heroic women whom the government is now rewarding, I know of no one more deserving than yourself.

Yours in F. C. & L.,

C. T. TROWBRIDGE,
Late Lt.-Col. 33d U. S. C. T.


    INTRODUCTION   Table of Contents     REMINISCENCES
  --  I
  --  A BRIEF SKETCH OF MY ANCESTORS