|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||United States. Army. Quartermaster's Department.|
|Title:||T. Lowler certificate and receipt|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
The Quartermaster's Department controlled the gathering and allocation of supplies for soldiers. The department has existed in the United States since 1775.
No biographical information is available on T. Lowler.
This collection consists of a certificate issued to T. Lowler of Savannah by the Office of the Acting Assistant Quartermaster in Savannah, Georgia, 1865. The certificate states that Lowler purchased a black horse from the U.S. government at a public sale, branded with the letter "S." The certificate is signed by John S. Bergen, Lieutenant, and R.Q.M., 17ed N.Y. Vols. and A.A.Q.M. The receipt for the purchase is on the same page. An "R" has been written over the first "L" in Lowler.
[item identification], T. Lowler certificate and receipt, MS 505, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Certificate issued by the Office Acting Ass't. Quartermaster, 1865 September 14 ( 1.0 p. )|
|Sent from Savannah, Ga. Certifies that T. Lowler has purchased of the U.S. Government at public sale on black horse. Signed by Jno. S. Bergen, Lieut. and R.Q.M., 17ed N.Y. Vols. and A.A.Q.M. Receipt for purchase on same page.|