Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)

Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)
Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)
Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)

Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)
BOSTON CUSTER (1848 – 1876) Younger brother of George and Thomas Custer and brother-in-law of First Lt. Boston served as a guide to George and was killed along with his two brothers at the Little Big Horn. A LETTER TO HIS BROTHER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER. Exceedingly rare handwritten and signed letter “Bos”, 3pp. 23, 1866 to his brother, George A. Custer who was then serving at Fort Riley, Kansas. In small part: My dear brother, I thought I would write you a few lines to see if Tom [Custer] is any better. Mag received a letter from Libby the other day but Tom was no betterI wish you were all here to spend the hollow days with us. I do not like to but can not help it now & don’t want any one to see this letter but you. Boston and George enjoyed a particularly close relationship, so much so that Boston would join George in the field… And die with him at at the Little Big Horn in 1876. AUTHENTIC FOR THE LIFE OF. We are auctioneers of historic militaria, letters, documents, photographs and relics and over the past thirty years have placed nearly 50,000 pieces in the hands of collectors and institutions worldwide. The item “Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)” is in sale since Wednesday, February 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Indian Wars (1866-97)\Original Period Items”. The seller is “alexanderhistoric” and is located in Chesapeake City, Maryland. This item can be shipped to United States.
Boston Custer Rare handwritten & signed letter to brother George, 1866 (51)