Item #38746 LETTER SIGNED, AS SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 21 APRIL 1864, TO SECRETARY OF WAR EDWIN M. STANTON, CONCERNING "TRANSPORTATION OF GOVERNMENT STORES ON UNSEAWORTHY VESSELS." Salmon P. Chase.

LETTER SIGNED, AS SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 21 APRIL 1864, TO SECRETARY OF WAR EDWIN M. STANTON, CONCERNING "TRANSPORTATION OF GOVERNMENT STORES ON UNSEAWORTHY VESSELS."

Washington DC: 1864. Single page, written on recto only, 8" x 10." On Treasury Department letterhead. Fine.

Lincoln's Treasury Secretary, later his appointee as Chief Justice of the United States, writes to Stanton: "Sir | I transmit herewith, for such action as you think proper, copy of a letter of the Surveyor at Louisville and of accompanying report of Agency Aid Smith, relative to the transportation of Government stores on unseaworthy boats." Item #38746

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