|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||E.D. Warden letters|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
E.D. Warden may have been a Confederate soldier during the Civil War.
This collection consists of two letters from E.D. Warden to W.G. Brent, written from Ohio State Prison in 1863. Warden was most likely a Civil War prisoner at the time. In the first letter he comments on how well-fed the prisoners are, and he explains that they are only allowed to receive the minimal essentials from family and friends. Any money sent to them is kept by the jail warden and credited to the prisoner; as the prisoner buys necessities, the cost is deducted from his credit line. Warden also responds to Brent's inquiry of the whereabouts of a number of men. In the second letter, Warden writes that he needs clothing and requests fifty dollars. Brent was in Greensburg, Kentucky.
[Identification of item], E.D. Warden letters, MS 836, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Mrs. Robert Hall Brent, 1909.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: E.D. Warden to W.G. Brent. Ohio State Prison, Columbus, 1863 August 19 ( 2.0 p. ALS. )|
|Describing prison conditions.|
|Item 2: E.D. Warden to W.G. Brent. Ohio State Prison, Columbus, 1863 September 3 ( 1.0 p. ALS. )|
|Needs clothing; requests fifty dollars.|