Military pass issued by the Provost Marshal's office to Mrs. Spencer for herself, her carriage, and driver through Federal lines to three miles out Lebanon Pike- good for 60 days. Signed by Captain H. H. Curling, Assistant Provost Marshal.
Double-sided, handwritten, one-page document lists those prisoners being held by Federal authorities. Those incarcerated include citizens, soldiers who have committed disciplinary infractions, and soldiers being held for possible court-martial.
In Christopher Ammons's last letter from Vietnam, he mentions that he has received orders for a departure date. He will go first to Fort Lewis, Washington, where he expects to receive his separation papers. He says he is counting the days.