Sidney Marlin letter
Letter from Sidney Marlin, a Union soldier (U. S. Army Signal Corps), to his wife Sallie [Sarah]. Dated June 14, 1864 from Lexington, Virginia, where Union forces were camped during Hunter's Raid. Marlin describes the Institute, comments on the destruction of VMI and Governor Letcher's property.
- Marlin, Sidney (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions
Conditions Governing Use
Collections in the VMI Archives are made available for educational and research use. The VMI Archives should be cited as the source. The user assumes all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright and for adhering to publication requirements. Materials from our collections may not be redistributed, published or reproduced without permission. Contact the VMI Archives for additional information.
Biographical / Historical
Sidney Marlin, Union soldier. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Born January 27, 1834, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Farmer. Enlisted February 3, 1864. Died August 19, 1911. Buried Oakland Cemetery, Indiana, Pennsylvania.