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Group of documents relating to Columbus Georgia. 1st grouping – 4 framed envelope covers from 1841-1844 with Columbus, GA postmarks. Three are written to Thomas Tate, the fourth written to John L. Calhoun, Clerk Circuit Court, Crockettsville and Crawford, Alabama. 14 3/4" x 24" framed, 3 1/4" x 7 3/4" sight. Last item – Civil War pass dated April 17, 1865 Columbus, GA: "Patrols pass Thomas Gilbert in the city and across the Bridge By order of Col Noble(?)". A note from the Greene Museum reads, "A pass issued to Editor Gilbert to cross the river probably to get a story telling of the defenses on the west side of the river in what is now Phenix City. He never published such a story as his press was destroyed the next day." 3 3/4' x 7 3/4" note. Provenance: The Greene Museum, Phenix City, Alabama. CONDITION: Overall very good condition.