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Condition: Torn on bottom right and top left corners; 3 vertical fold marks; 1 horizontal fold mark near top; tear on right side center; small tears around edges.
Original drawing location: CW-UK-TN-63 (Box 10).
Physical description of original: graphite on paper ; 13.0 x 9.5 in.
Recto: No text.
Verso: "The 15th Army Corps. Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman crossing the Tennessee at Chattanooga on their return from Knoxville -- The arduous duties lately performed by the corps fighting & marching, that on their return from Knoxville the men were in a wretched condition. The majority being without overcoats & a great many barefoot on a bitter cold day. They marched into Chattanooga and crossed the river, apparently in fine spirits, not a murmur being heard, although a fatiguing march of 70 miles, over a rough mountain road was yet before them, before reaching Bridgeport where they could attain sufficient clothing to shelter them from the blasts of winter."