REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF CAMPS AND HOSPITALS at Cairo and Vicinity, Paducah, and St. Louis.

Chicago, (IL): Sanitary Commission, November 26th, 1861. First edition, Sanitary Commission No. 38 (another 1861 edition was printed in Chicago). 8vo. 11, (1) pp. The Sanitary Commission was a private relief agency created by the U. S. Government in July, 1861 "to assist in the care of sick and wounded soldiers and their dependent families" (Dictionary of American History). OCLC locates four copies (New York Historical Society, Massachusetts Historical Society, Cincinnati Historical Library, Harvard). Very good, untrimmed and unopened copy. Original self-wrappers. (10778). Item #64403

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