Autograph letter signed : Baton Rouge, La., to [John Rogers, Roxbury, Mass.,?].
Alfred R. Glover's body was brought back to Massachusetts and buried in Forest Hills Cemetery. His wife, Mary Louisa Bodge Glover, died on September 10, 1864, of phthisis, though according to Henry A. Willis, historian of the 53rd Regiment, she, it is said, died of grief A letter from Lt. Alfred R. Glover to a friend, describing his experiences as a soldier and views on the war. This letter was written shortly after Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, and just before Glover's own death.
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