Philadelphia, Feby. 3rd 1863

 

Sir:

My friend Vaux informs me that you are a brother of Maj. Genl. J.F. Reynolds, and I have taken the liberty of asking you to furnish me with an impression of the seal of his native county.  I am getting up a sword for the Penna. Reserves who intend it for a surprise to your brother.  If there is anything appropriate in the seal of his county I design having it placed under the coat of arms of the state.  If you can furnish me with the impression of the seal you will much oblige me.

Yours Respectfully

Joseph A. Woodward

26 North Front St.

 

To

James Reynolds

Lancaster, Pa.