Letter to Edgar M. Lazarus from C. J. Elford regarding Lazarus' application for pardon. Elford states he has procured a pardon for Lazarus and asks for him to sign the acceptance to make to complete the process.
Surgeon's note from "F. Olin Dannelly" regarding Isaac W. Hirsch. Dannelly reports Hirsch has applied for discharge from service and has complained of paralysis of his left-leg as a result of a shell explosion, and recommends Hirsch's case to be considered by the Medical Board.
Letter from the enrolling office of Charleston, SC, stating Edgar M. Lazarus voluntarily reported to the enrollment office and chose to report to the Palmetto Guard Siege Train. The Letter also states that Lazarus is to report to the Camp of Instruction in Columbia, SC and then on to the company he had selected.
Letter to Major Gilbert M. Sorrel from Major Raphael J. Moses discussing an issue with the price estimate of beef cattle for Confederate troops. The back side of the letter includes a handwritten note signed by General Robert E. Lee stating he cannot recommend anyone but Major Moses to handle the matter.
Medical examiner's note signed by Dr. Eli Geddings of Charleston, SC stating Edgar Lazarus has been affected by a defect of vision since early childhood and that this defect renders him unfit for detailed duty as a soldier. The bottom of the page includes an additional note from the Medical Examination Board regarding Lazarus' myopia.
Letter written by Solomon Emanuel to his mother, Flora Emanuel. The letter describes the "sham Battle of General Hardees Corps." Solomon Emanuel describes the scene of the fake battle and the number of women spectators present. He goes on to mention his father's illness, observing a day of fasting and prayer, weather, and furloughs.
Confederate Medical Examiner's note regarding an examination of Edgar M. Lazarus. The note states Lazarus suffers from myopia. The surgeon recommends Lazarus be on "permanent detail" and states he is unfit for field duty. The note is signed by Dr. Robert Lebby.