Chas. H. Olmstead.
Signed homemade cover "Mailed by Chas H. Olmstead Col. 1st Vol. Reg. Ga." in his hand and addressed to his wife in Milledgeville Ga., partial strike of "Due 10" hs, some toning, still Very Fine, Charles H. Olmstead commanded Fort Pulaski, which guarded Charleston Harbor, and which was taken by the Union on April 11, 1862. He was exchanged on Nov. 10, 1862, and then commanded the Georgia 1st Regt. Volunteer Infantry, often called Olmstead's Regiment