George Custer Envelope Made Out in His Hand to his Wife -- ''Mrs. Genl GA Custer''

George Custer signed envelope, made out in Custer's hand to his wife ''Mrs. Genl GA Custer''. George Custer married Elizabeth ''Libby'' Clift Bacon in 1864 after overcoming her family's initial disapproval. Envelope is addressed to Libby at Gross Isle, Michigan, with ''Monroe'' crossed-out; Custer also addresses the envelope to the care of someone else. 3-cent stamp remains affixed. Expected toning and tear to top edge, but handwriting is unaffected. Overall very good condition with large, bold and clear writing.

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George Custer Envelope Made Out in His Hand to his Wife -- ''Mrs. Genl GA Custer''
George Custer Envelope Made Out in His Hand to his Wife -- ''Mrs. Genl GA Custer''
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