From the 27 December 1894 issue of The New York Times.

Relics of Gen. Robert E. Lee.

From the Baltimore Sun.

Gen. G. W. C. Lee of Lexington, Va., has presented to Capt. Dan M. Lee and Major John M. Lee of Stafford County the sword-belt and spurs worn by their uncle, Gen. Robert E. Lee, at the surrender at Appomattox. Gen. Lee’s shaving brush and the nail which penetrated the foot of Traveler, Gen. Lee’s war horse, and caused his death, were also given to them. Capt. Lee is thinking of putting these relics on exhibition for the benefit of the Confederate monument to be erected in Stafford County.