Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Richmond, Virginia” in chapter 1.40, section c.1.40.146, page 351 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...e was removed on account of his physical disability.
Thrown again upon the world absolutely penniless, his spirit was bright as ever.
He never murmured.
Then the Confederate Soldiers' Home at Richmond, Virginia , threw wide its doors.
His veteran comrades opened their arms and hearts, and said: Come to us beloved and honored friend, and be our guest.
And there, with the light of love, friendship, and adm...
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