Pocket Diary of Charles F. Himes
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In diary entries from late June and early July, Charles Francis Himes (Class of 1855) describes the Confederate invasion of Carlisle. Himes, who follows the Confederates as they move on to Gettysburg, describes his interactions and movements through several days. Himes also briefly mentions going to a Belles Lettres Society exhibition as well as Dickinson College's commencement on June 25, 1863. Partial transcript included.
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Gift of Mary Himes Vale and Sarah Vale Rush
MC 2000.1, B16, F2