Note from E. S. Lewars, Gettysburg. Discusses enclosed story involving Thaddeus Stevens' deer hunting in the Gettysburg area, which casts Stevens in a positive light. Letterhead of Mrs. E. S. Lewars. 17 May 1944.
Transcription of newspaper article. "The Old Common
er," in The Star and Sentinel, Gettysburg, PA. Laudatory story of hunting incident involving Stevens, in which he is willing to surrender an entire deer for the sake of acquiring its tail as a customary trophy. 7 July 1874.
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