4 pages, 8 x 9 3/4, in ink.
Estimate of Quarter Master Stores required for the 1st Div., 4th A.C., For the Month of March 1864. Lengthy, itemized list of Q.M. stores including different types of paper and envelopes, blotting sheets, sealing wax, bottles of mucilage, red & black ink, steel pens, pen holders, ink stands, Q.M. blanks, paper folders, erasers, soap, wagon whips, curry combs, horse brushes, wagon covers, harness, army wagons, water buckets, halter straps, horse collars, mule collars, saddles, horse shoes, horse shoe nails, wagon grease, tools, ambulance and much more.
Docket on the reverse: Estimate Quartermaster Stores required for the month of March 1864 By Geo. F. Laubach, 1 Lt., 77 P.V. & A.A.Q.M., 1 Div., 4 A.C.
Hd. Qrs. Dept. Cumb.[erland] Office Chf. Qr. Mr., Chattanooga, Mch. 8/64. Capt. H.M. Smith, A.Q.M., will furnish the within named stores as soon as practicable. L.C. Easton, Lt. Col. & Chf. Q.M.
Langdon C. Easton, was an 1838 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, and he served in the Seminole War and the Mexican War. During the Civil War he served as Chief Quartermaster of the Army of the Cumberland, and was promoted to brevet brigadier general on March 3, 1865.