Letter Railroad Civil War – Original Document From Illinois Central Rail Road ( Railroad ) Co., General Superintendent Office, Chicago, April 13th, 1893, Report on Injured & Killed


This letter ? to Jonathan C. Jacob, Esq., Director Superintendent asking for information to complete the  “Injured & Killed” report.  I have transcribed the letter the best I can.

Here is the front of the the original letter.

Here is the translation of the letter:

This is an engraving on the letter of  the Great Central Union Depot in Chicago Illinois.  You can actually read the sign on the building

This two images are from the second page:

Here are some closeup of the front of letter:

I tried to transcribe the letter the best I could.  Some of people injured were John Colwell & John Palmer, John Doyle. It mentions on the 30th a man that was killed as Unknown. Just interesting reading.

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