Robert Edward Lee: An Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Monument to General Robert Edward Lee at Richmond, Virginia, May 29, 1890, Volume 14
Includes a hand-written note from the author in the front of the volume, €Robert Edward Lee is an address given to the General at the unveiling of a monument made in his honor on Virginia's famous Monument Avenue.
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