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Confederate Colonel, later U.S. Governor & Congressman from Alabama, brigadier general in the U.S. Army during the Spanish-American War. Two-page TLS "William C. Oates", pages different sizes, May 11 1892 on official House of Representatives stationery to Alabama Governor Thomas Jones with interesting content requesting "...pardon out of the penitentiary of the son of old man Ambrose Pellu...one of the most active friends that you and I have...", custom matted with portrait & biographical information overall size 20x14

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WILLIAM C. OATES (1835-1910) TYPED LETTER SIGNED AS CONGRESSMAN--TO GOVERNOR JONES REQUESTING PARDON FOR THE SON OF...ONE OF THE MOST ACTIVE FRIENDS THAT YOU AND I HAVEWILLIAM C. OATES (1835-1910) TYPED LETTER SIGNED AS CONGRESSMAN--TO GOVERNOR JONES REQUESTING PARDON FOR THE SON OF...ONE OF THE MOST ACTIVE FRIENDS THAT YOU AND I HAVEWILLIAM C. OATES (1835-1910) TYPED LETTER SIGNED AS CONGRESSMAN--TO GOVERNOR JONES REQUESTING PARDON FOR THE SON OF...ONE OF THE MOST ACTIVE FRIENDS THAT YOU AND I HAVEWILLIAM C. OATES (1835-1910) TYPED LETTER SIGNED AS CONGRESSMAN--TO GOVERNOR JONES REQUESTING PARDON FOR THE SON OF...ONE OF THE MOST ACTIVE FRIENDS THAT YOU AND I HAVE
WILLIAM C. OATES (1835-1910) TYPED LETTER SIGNED AS CONGRESSMAN--TO GOVERNOR JONES REQUESTING PARDON FOR "THE SON OF...ONE OF THE MOST ACTIVE FRIENDS THAT YOU AND I HAVE"
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