Civil War love letters donated to thrift store

It looked like just another box of worthless papers when an anonymous donor dropped it off at a Kirkland thrift shop. But soon, workers realized they had a pristine record of U.S. Civil War on their hands; 15 perfectly intact letters written by, what store workers are convinced, a lonely soldier.

“Certainly, it sounds like love letters when you read them,” said Harriet Stambaugh, a volunteer at the Eastside Community Aid Thrift shop.

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