Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Civil War soldier letters

Abstract

The Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Civil War soldier letters (1798-1986, bulk 1854-1915; 1.66 cubic feet) comprise correspondence, newspapers and newspaper clippings, photographs, journals, military records, affidavits and pension claims, poems and songs, other manuscripts, and realia of Civil War soldiers and their friends and families.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Civil War soldier letters
Creator
McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885
Extent
1.66 Cubic feet
Subjects
Affidavits
Civil War in the North
Correspondence.
Envelopes (Stationery)
Legal documents.
Mayors--Kentucky--Louisville
Military correspondence.
Military history.
Military life.
Newspapers.
Petitions.
Prisoners of war--United States
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
Reports.
Slaveholders.
Slavery--United States.
Soldiers--Correspondence.
Soldiers--United States.
Songs--United States.
Transcripts
United States--Armed Forces--Military life
United States--History--19th Century.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
Veterans--United States.
War and society
Washington (D.C.)
Arrangement
Collection is arranged into three series: soldier's papers, friends and family of soldier's papers, and assorted papers.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Morgan Lockard
Preferred Citation
2009ms132.0088 : [identification of item], Wade Hall Collection of American letters: Civil War soldiers letters, 1798-1986, bulk 1854-1915, University of Kentucky Special Collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
American Letters collector Wade Hall is a native of Union Springs, Alabama. Since 1962, he has lived in Louisville, where he has taught English and chaired he English and Humanities/Arts programs at Kentucky Southern College and Bellarmine University. He has also taught at the University of Illinois and the University of Florida. He holds degrees from Troy State University (B. S.), the University of Alabama (M. A), and the University of Illinois (Ph. D.). He served for two years in the U. S. Army in the mid-fifties. Dr. Hall is the author of books, monographs, articles, plays, and reviews relating to Kentucky, Alabama, and Southern history and literature. His most recent books include A Visit with Harlan Hubbard; High Upon a Hill: A History of Bellarmine College; A Song in Native Pastures: Randy Atcher's Life in Country Music; and Waters of Life from Conecuh Ridge.
Scope and Content
The Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Civil War soldier letters (1798-1986, bulk 1854-1915; 1.66 cubic feet) comprise correspondence, newspapers and newspaper clippings, photographs, journals, military records, affidavits and pension claims, poems and songs, other manuscripts, and realia of Civil War soldiers and their friends and families. The collection reflects the period both before and after the Civil War, documenting military and civilian observations, experiences, daily life, and concerns. The papers include observations on camp life; battles and skirmishes, such as the battle of Gettysburg; slaves and slaveholding; opinions on the Civil War; and prisons and prisoners. Notable items are the war observations of Asaph Clark (Box 158; Folder 17-19); Clark's quartermaster papers (Box 158; Folder 23); an oath of allegiance (Box 161; Folder 2); muster rolls (Box 161; Folder 2); and a hand drawn map (box 158; Folder 11). Locations represented in the collection include Gettysburg, Penn.; Memphis, Tenn.; Nashville, Tenn.; New York, N.Y.; Richmond, Va.; and Washington, D.C. Names represented in the collection include George Brinton McClellan (1826-1885), William S. Rosecrans (1819-1898), and William Kaye, Mayor of Louisville (1863-1864).
The Civil War soldiers letters is part of the Wade Hall Collection of American letters, which includes correspondence and diaries from all over North America covering the time period of the Civil War to Korean Wars. The materials were collected by Wade Hall and document everyday men and women.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Contents of the Collection

Soldiers, Bulk, 1854-1915, 1798-1915

Correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, journal, songs, and realia comprise the Soldiers series, that document the experiences, observations, and concerns of soldiers during and after the civil war. This series is subdivided by the soldier's name. The Asaph Clark papers make-up the bulk of this series and include correspondence, his journal, photographs, a map, a song, and his quartermaster papers. The correspondence consist of letters from Clark to his mother relating his observations and movements during the war. His quartermaster papers include inventories and accounts that he kept for the company. Notable items include a letter from a doctor concerning a soldier in Clark's company providing an account of the soldier's death and effects, Clark's journal describing his everyday observations, ambrotypes of Clark and an unidentified woman, and a hand drawn map of a camp site in which his company stayed for some time. Also included among his papers is a song, Kingdom Coming with an unidentified author. The Thomas Hammer papers comprise a significant portion of the series and contain correspondence, receipts, letter fragments, a legal document, and a book cover. His correspondence is divided first into the letters to his wife Bell/Bella during the war and second into the letters to other people during and after the war including his parents, his brother, a Lieutenant, and a letter to his niece not written by him. Another large section of this series contains in the William E. Spencer papers and consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, a photograph, transcripts of letters, a map, an essay, an obituary, and photocopies. The majority of the correspondence includes letters written by or to William E. Spencer during the war, mostly to family member and friends as well as one from his grandfather to Spencer. The other correspondence comprises letters to William E. Spencer's father; one from a soldier returning an item he stole from the deceased William; two from E. B. French, an auditor, about the Spencer family pension claim; and another concerning the deaths of his other son James. Other items include letters to and/or from Major Generals of the Civil War, such as John A. Logan, George B. McClellan, William Rosecrans, Joseph Bradford Carr, and William McLean. The series also includes affidavits and claims by soldiers for pension purposes. The correspondence, some including hand drawn illustrations, observations of not only camp life but also skirmishes, battles, and prisoners. Several sections contain newspaper clippings during and after the war, reproductions of sketches, a song, items written in other languages, a petition from a group of soldiers to the mayor of Louisville, and military reports and inventories.

Badger, Dr. Con, 1861-1868

Dr. Con Badger letter to Joe (?), Boston, MA, 1861 December 8

  • Box 158, Folder 1, Item 1
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Dr. Con Badger letter to mother, Montgomery, AL, 1865 September 1

  • Box 158, Folder 1, Item 2
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Dr. Con Badger letter to mother, Montgomery, AL, 1866 May 6

  • Box 158, Folder 1, Item 3
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Hudson Lawrence letter to Dr. Con Badger, New York, NY, 1868 June 8

  • Box 158, Folder 1, Item 4
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Dr. Con Badger letter to mother, Montgomery, AL, 1866 October 11

  • Box 158, Folder 1, Item 5
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Barker, C. H., 1861

C. H. Barker letter to Miss F. Meeker, Camp Cameron, Washington, D. C., 1861 July 19

  • Box 158, Folder 2, Item 1
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Bays, David, 1862

David Bays letter to Mr. H. Smith, Nicholasville, KY, 1862 July 27

  • Box 158, Folder 3, Item 1
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Blankenship, James C., 1864

James C. Blankenship letter to wife, 1864 February 27

  • Box 158, Folder 4, Item 1
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Boardman, Charles, 1861

Charles Boardman letter to Charles Boardman (father), Hancock, MD, 1861 Decemer 29

  • Box 158, Folder 5, Item 1
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Boehm, Frederick, 1892

Frederick Boehm affidavits, 1891-1892

  • Box 158, Folder 6, Item 1-2
An affidavit written on the behalf of Boehm affirming Boehm's military service and subsequent health problems.
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Bowman, Colonel Simon S., 1865-1867

Alice B. Hayward letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, Philadelphia, PA, 1865 March 24

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 1
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Unknown soldier (indecipherable signature) letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, Millersburg, PA, 1865 September 22

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 2
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Tom (?) letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, Philadelphia, PA, 1866 May 2

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 3
Contains a notification that there is a cholera epidemic in Philadelphia.
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Frank (?) letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, Williamsport, PA, 1866 June 29

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 4
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Frank (?) letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, Williamsport, PA, 1866 July 26

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 5
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H. T. Sallad letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, Williamsport, PA, 1866 August 26

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 6
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C. J. Shoemaker letter to Colonel Simon S. Bowman, 1867 March 17

  • Box 158, Folder 7, Item 7
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Bromley, George W., 1864

George W. Bromley letter to Lowell Dodge, Esquire, New Haven, CT, 1864 November 11

  • Box 158, Folder 8, Item 1
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Brownhead, B. H., 1862

B. H. Brownhead letter to Bel (?), 1862 September 17

  • Box 158, Folder 9, Item 1
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Buchanan, Thomas, 1861

Thomas Buchanan letter to parents, Whitley County, KY, 1861 August 12

  • Box 158, Folder 10, Item 1
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Burns, Amos, 1861

Amos Burns letter to Charles S. Burns (brother), Manchester, MD, 1861 July 13

  • Box 158, Folder 11, Item 1
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Cammock, George, 1844-1860

James R. Holladery to George Cammock, Spotsylvania, VA, 1844 August 26

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 1
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Elizabeth Cammock letter to George Cammock, 1844 September 9

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 2
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James Holladay letter to George Cammock, 1846 July 7

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 3
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Elizabeth Cammock (mother) letter to George Cammock, 1848 September 7

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 4
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Unknown Cammock letter to George Cammock, 1849 February 16

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 5
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, Green Bottom, ?, 1855 May 12

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 6
Contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, Hunter's Hill, 1857 June 1

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 7
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, Hunter's Hill, 1859 April

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 8
Robert's letter includes information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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J. H. Winn letter to George Cammock, Spotsylvania, VA, 1859 September 12

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 9
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1859 September 25

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 10
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1859 October 31

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 11
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of he mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1859 December 3

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 12
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1860 February 9

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 13
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1860 February 28

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 14
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1860 May 6

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 15
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1860 June 10

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 16
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, 1860 July 3

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 17
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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James J. Cammock letter to George Cammock, 1863 July 13

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 18
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Robert J. Cammock (brother) letter to George Cammock, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 19
Robert's letter contains information on the condition and sale of the mother's slaves.
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Record of Cammock family deaths, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 12, Item 20
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Campbell, A. B., 1864

A. B. Campbell letter to James R. Campbell, Memphis, TN, 1864 January 15

  • Box 158, Folder 13, Item 1
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Carr, Major General Joseph Bradford, 1892

Caspar Bubrel letter to Major General Joseph Bradford Carr, New York, 1892 February 15

  • Box 158, Folder 14, Item 1
Bubrel wrote to Carr to request profile photos of the Major General to aid him in sculpting Carr for the New York state monument at Gettysburg.
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Cavett, E. B., 1863

E. B. Cavett letter to Mr. J. H. Steel, Fort Jackson, Camp Nelson, KY, 1863 December 26

  • Box 158, Folder 15, Item 1
Cavett's letter relates that 900 rebel prisoners will be brought in the next day.
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Chapin, Charles, 1865

Charles Chapin letter to Robert S. Chapin, Camp Wainwright, VA, 1865 February 19

  • Box 158, Folder 16, Item 1
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Clark, Asaph, 1862-1865

Observations from the warfront, 1862-1865

  • Box 158, Folder 17-19
These folders include the personal journal kept by Clark during the war from 1862-1865. In these he includes observations of his movements from camps/forts/battles, the weather and sights, and daily life. Some specific notations include skirmishes, capture of rebel prisoners, mustering into the army, fighting the environment, interaction with slaves, the death of comrades, and a fight in camp. He also includes a drawing of his work station at one camp as quartermaster and also an invitation to a concert and ball while at a fort. To top

Correspondence, 1864-1865

  • Box 158, folder 20

Asaph Clark letter to mother, Newport Barracks, NC, 1864 May 10

  • Box 158, Folder 20, Item 1
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Asaph Clark letter to mother, camp in the field, VA, 1864 October 17

  • Box 158, Folder 20, Item 2
Clark used a page from his journal to write the letter, so the letter includes observations from the field.
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Asaph Clark letter to mother, Fort Richmond, New York Harbor, NY, 1864 November 11

  • Box 158, Folder 20, Item 3
Clark used a page of his journal to write the letter, so the letter includes some his observations from the field.
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unidentified correspondent letter to Asaph Clark, Point of Rocks Hospital, VA, 1865 January 10

  • Box 158, Folder 20, Item 4
Letter written to Clark as the Quartermaster of his unit to report the death of Private Albert E. Thompson. The letter includes the reason for Thompson's death and a list of his effects.
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Song, Kingdom Coming, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 21
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Map, Camp Site, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 22
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Asaph Clark Photos, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 24
An amber type photo of Asaph Clark and an unidentified woman.
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Asaph Clark Quartermaster Papers, 1864-1865

  • Box 158, Folder 23
Inventories and accounts of stores kept by Clark when he served as quartermaster, they also include a letter to himself concerning a missing item. To top

Coffin, W. M., 1865-1867

W. M. Coffin letter to Lieutenant Samuel Miller, Louisville, KY, 1865 March 20

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 1
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W. M. Coffin letter to Lieutenant Samuel Miller, Louisville, KY, 1865 May 20

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 2
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W. M. Coffin letter to Lieutenant Samuel Miller, Louisville, KY, 1865 May 30

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 3
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W. M. Coffin letter to Lieutenant Samuel Miller, Louisville, KY, 1865 June 21

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 4
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W. M. Coffin letter to Lieutenant Samuel Miller, Louisville, KY, 1865 July 6

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 5
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W. M. Coffin letter to Lieutenant Samuel Miller, Louisville, KY, 1865 November 16

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 6
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W. M. Coffin letter to friend, Louisville, KY, 1866 November 10

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 7
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W. M. Coffin letter to friend, Louisville, Ky, 1867 March 5

  • Box 158, Folder 25, Item 8
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Colson, James B., 1865

W. E. Colson letter to Mr. A. D. Woodson, 1865 February 24

  • Box 158, Folder 26, Item 1
James B. Colson wrote this letter on the behalf of W. E. Colson to request the pistol W. E. Colson purchased from Mr. A. D. Woodson.
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Cresap, C. J. P., 1864

C. J. P. Cresap letter to Major General John. C. Breckingridge, GA, 1864 November 30

  • Box 158, Folder 27, Item 1
Cresap wrote to Major General John C. Breckingridge to request for supplies to be sent to Richmond, VA.
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Crumley, J., [?] October 14

J. Crumley letter to unidentified correspondent, Yorktown, VA, [?] October 14

  • Box 158, Folder 28, Item 1
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Curless, Jonathan J., 1891

Jonathan J. Curless letter to Joseph F. Mueller, Earrion, IL, 1891 January 31

  • Box 158, Folder 29, Item 1
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Jonathan J. Curless pension request to Brown County, OH County Clerk, 1891 February 3

  • Box 158, Folder 29, Item 2
Curless requested his pension and included a statement from Joseph F. Mueller attesting his fragile health.
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Jonathan J. Curless draft of letter, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 29, Item 3
Draft of a letter with descriptions of his health problems.
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Davison, C. C., 1864

C. C. Davison letter to C. Wood, 1864 November 18

  • Box 158, Folder 30, Item 1
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DeCamp, M. L., 1861

M. L. DeCamp letter to Phebe (cousin), Branch Hill, KY, 1861 May 12

  • Box 158, Folder 31, Item 1
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Dreyser, Sergeant H. H., undated

Sergeant H. H. Dreyser letter to Aunt Ann, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 32, Item 1
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Edwards, Perry, 1861

Perry Edwards letter to Miss Margaret J. Randolph (cousin), Atlanta, GA, 1861 September 23

  • Box 158, Folder 33, Item 1
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Ferrell, James L., 1864

James L. Ferrell letter to O. A. Wynne, Dalton, GA, 1864 April 15

  • Box 158, Folder 34, Item 1
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Fleming, M., 1865

M. Fleming letter to Aunt and Uncle, IL, 1865 January 22

  • Box 158, Folder 35, Item 1
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Flinn, Lewis A., 1864

Lewis A. Flinn letter to mother, Benton Barracks, St. Louis, MO, 1864 December 1

  • Box 158, Folder 36, Item 1
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Foskett, Sergeant Eugene D., 1865

Sergeant Eugene D. Foskett letter to parens, Nashville, TN, 1865 February 5

  • Box 158, Folder 37, Item 1
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Fowler, Daniel, 1854

Daniel Fowler letter to parents, New Orleans, LA, 1854 February 12

  • Box 158, Folder 38, Item 1
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Fury, Franklin, 1863

Inventory of the effects of Franklin Fury, 1863 May 23

  • Box 160, Folder 4, Item 1
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Fox, P. V., 1862-1864

P. V. Fox letter to Ida Fox (wife), Manscoe Creek, TN, 1862 November 12

  • Box 158, Folder 39, Item 1
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P. V. Fox letter to Ida Fox (wife), Stevenson, AL, 1864 June 11

  • Box 158, Folder 39, Item 2
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P. V. Fox letter to Ida Fox (wife), Chattanooga, TN, 1864 September 19

  • Box 158, Folder 39, Item 3
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Gifford, Jim, 1864

Jim Gifford letter to Mr. and Mrs. Elihu H. Gifford, Beaufort, NC, 1864 February 14

  • Box 158, Folder 40, Item 1
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Jim Gifford letter to Mr. and Mrs. Elihu H. Gifford, Beaufort, NC, 1864 April 28

  • Box 158, Folder 40, Item 2
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Jim Gifford letter to Mr. and Mrs. Elihu H. Gifford, Beaufort, NC, 1864 May 6

  • Box 158, Folder 40, Item 3
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Jim Gifford letter to Mr. and Mrs. Elihu H. Gifford, Beaufort, NC, 1864 July 28

  • Box 158, Folder 40, Item 4
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Jim Gifford letter to Mr. and Mrs. Elihu H. Gifford, Beaufort, NC, 1864 October 27

  • Box 158, Folder 40, Item 5
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Jim Gifford letter to Mr. and Mrs. Elihu H. Gifford, Beaufort, NC, 1864 November 14

  • Box 158, Folder 40, Item 6
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Hall, Herbert, undated

Song, Ballad for the Times by Herbert Hall, undated

  • Box 160, Folder 5, Item 1
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Hallister, Frank M., 1892

Frank M. Hallister pension claim, 1892 April

  • Box 158, Folder 41, Item 1
A letter written by Robert J. J. Harkins on the behalf of Frank M. Hallister to claim his pension.
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Robert J.J. Hallister in support of Frank M. Hallister, pension claim, 1892 April 12

  • Box 158, Folder 41, Item 2
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Hammer, Thomas, Bulk, 1856-1882, 1798-1906

Letters to Bell (wife), 1858-1864

  • Box 158, folder 42

Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1858 January 13

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 1
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1858 December 19

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 2
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1859 January 23

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 3
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1859 February 22

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 4
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 January 9

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 5
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 March 23

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 6
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 April 4

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 7
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 April 15

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 8
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 April 25

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 9
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 May 25

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 10
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 May 30

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 11
Includes another letter in a foreign language on back dated, May, 29 1862.
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 June 5

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 12
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 June 12

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 13
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 June 17

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 15
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 July 11

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 16
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 July 24

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 17
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 July 27

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 18
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 July 31

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 19
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 August 6

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 20
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 September 5

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 21
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 September 16

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 22
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 September 28

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 23
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 October 5

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 24
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 October 7

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 25
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 October 29

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 26
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 October 23

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 27
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 November 25

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 28
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 December 10

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 29
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 December 17

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 30
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), 1862 December 26

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 31
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), Newburn, NC, 1863 January 15

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 32
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), Newburn, NC, 1863 January 22

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 33
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), Washington D. C,, 1864 April 30

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 34
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Thomas Hammer letter to Bell (wife), undated November 19

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 35
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Thomas Hammer letter fragments of two letters to Bell (wife), 1862 July 29, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 42, Item 36
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Letters, 1856-1906

  • Box 158, folder 43

Henry Hammer letter to Thomas Hammer, 1856 April 21

  • Box 158, Folder 43, Item 1
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Thomas Hammer letter to friend, 1858 October 5

  • Box 158, Folder 43, Item 2
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Thomas Hammer letter to Lieutenant John W. Williams, 1862 February 20

  • Box 158, Folder 43, Item 3
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Alice and Tom letter to Mary Freeman (niece of Thomas Hammer), East Brady, PA, 1899 May 24

  • Box 158, Folder 43, Item 4
Alice and Tom wrote to express their congratulations to Mary on her upcoming commencement.
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Harry (?) letter to parents, Bridgeport, OH, 1906 August 28

  • Box 158, Folder 43, Item 5
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Thomas Hammer three letters in fragments, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 43, Item 6-8
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Assorted papers, Bulk, 1877-1882, 1798-1882

  • Box 158, folder 44

Dr. J. W. James, MD, receipt to Thomas Hammer, 1877 March 13

  • Box 158, Folder 44, Item 1
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Itemized statement from B. F. Smith Livery and Sale Stables, 1882 May 18

  • Box 158, Folder 44, Item 2
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Legal document, 1798 July 19

  • Box 158, Folder 44, Item 3
A legal document from the county court of Charles City stating that payment must be made by Ralph Burton and James Walker to William Jarvis on account of Robert Goodwich.
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Thomas Hammer book cover, undatd

  • Box 158, Folder 44, Item 4
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Hammond, Colonel Edwin J., 1910

Thomas Henderson letter to Colonel Edwin J. Hammond, Princeton, IL, 1910 October 1

  • Box 158, Folder 45, Item 1
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Hawkins, William T., 1863

William T. Hawkins letter to sister, TN, 1863 February 5

  • Box 158, Folder 46, Item 1
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Hays, James, 1863

James Hays letter to Miss Kate Hays (sister), Washington, D. C., 1863 May 11

  • Box 158, Folder 47, Item 1
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Hill, Samuel, 1862

Samuel Hill letter to Willie (sister), Courtland Street General Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 1862 February 6

  • Box 158, Folder 48, Item 1
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Samuel Hill letter to Willie (sister), Pittsburgh Landing, TN, 1862 April 24

  • Box 158, Folder 48, Item 2
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Hillam, John, 1864

John Hillam letter to Lyelia Hillam (sister), Hudson, NY, 1864 Septmber 13

  • Box 158, Folder 49, Item 1
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Hoyt, William A., 1862

William A. Hoyt letter to mother, IA, 1862 February 4

  • Box 158, Folder 50, Item 1
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Hutchinson, Henry, 1861-1863

Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Washington, D. C., 1861 May 17

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 1
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Alexandria, VA, 1861 May 29

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 2
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Camp Wilcox, 1861 May 31

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 3
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Maggie Hutchinson (sister), Camp Wilcox, 1861 June 6

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 4
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Camp Wilcox, 1861 June 8

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 5
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Camp Wilcox, 1861 June 9

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 6
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Camp Wilcox, 1861 June 17

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 7
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Cloud Mills, 1861 June 30

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 8
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Cloud Mills, 1861 July 6

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 9
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Richmond, VA, 1861 October 4

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 10
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Salisbury, SC, 1862 April 11

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 11
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Henry Hutchinson letter to Robert Hutchinson (brother), Washingon, D. C., 1863 May 22

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 12
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Henry Hutchinson letter fragment, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 51, Item 13
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Hutchinson, Robert, 1861-1863

Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Detroit, MI, 1861 August 20

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 1
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Annapolis, MD, 1861 October 18

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 2
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Detroit, MI, 1861 December 1

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 3
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Beaufort, SC, 1862 April 7

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 4
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Robert Hutchinson letter to family, Goats Point, GA, 1862 April 18-20

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 5
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), James Island, 1862 June 14

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 6
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Robert Hutchinson letter to family, James Island, 1862 June 17

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 7
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Robert Hutchinson letter to wife, Hilton Head, SC, 1862 June 22

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 8
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Hilton Head, SC, 1862 June 25

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 9
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Fredericksburg, VA, 1862 December 21

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 10
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Fredericksburg, VA, 1863 July 20

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 11
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Crab orchard, 1863 September 22

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 12
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Robert Hutchinson letter to Henry Hutchinson (brother), Crab orchard, 1863 December 30

  • Box 158, Folder 52, Item 13
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Isbell, Pope, 1861

Pope Isbell letter to father, Norfolk, VA, 1861 August 22

  • Box 158, Folder 53, Item 1
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Johnson, Lawrence, 1864

Lawrence Johnson letter to friend, Fort Anderson, Paducah, KY, 1864 November 16

  • Box 158, Folder 54, Item 1
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Jones, Chaney, 1862

Chaney Jones letter to wife and family, Mount Pleasant Hospital, Washington, D. C., 1862 November 20

  • Box 158, Folder 55, Item 1
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Kasee, H. S., 1871

H. S. Kasee letter to Harvey (?), 1871 March 20

  • Box 158, Folder 56, Item 1
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Kimbell, Henry Adam, Bulk, 1862-1863, 1857-1916

Poems from Camps, 1863 July

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 1
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Henry Adam Kimbell obituary, 1916 April 12

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 2
An obituary of Henry Adam Kimbell written on the night he died, relating birth, immigration, education, marriage, children, church service, death and survivors.
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Henry Adam Kimbell letter fragment, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 3
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Henry Adam Kimbell letter to unidentified correspondent, Hospital, Nashville, TN, 1863

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 4
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Henry Adam Kimbell letter fragment, 1862 December

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 5
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St. Paul's Church Constitution, Louisville, KY, 1857

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 6
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Photo of unidentified man, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 7
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Photo of unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 158, Folder 57, Item 8
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Logan, Major General John A., 1865

General Orders by Major General John A. Logan, 1865 June 17

  • Box 160, Folder 6, Item 1
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Longacre, Isaac, 1865

Isaac Longacre letter to Rena Longacre (daughter), Camp Andrew Barracks, 1865 February 20

  • Box 158, Folder 58, Item 1
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Isaac Longacre letter to Rena Longacre (daughter), Selma, AL, 1865 April 30

  • Box 158, Folder 58, Item 2
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Isaac Longacre letter to Rena Longacre (daughter), Galveston, TX, 1865 October

  • Box 158, Folder 58, Item 3
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Mandermack, Mathias, 1862

Mathias Mandermack letter to unidentified correspondent, 1862 August 24

  • Box 158, Folder 59, Item 1
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Markworth, H. H., 1861

H. H. Markworth letter to General Rosencrans, 1861 November 25

  • Box 158, Folder 60, Item 1
H. H. Markworth wrote to General Rosencrans the misconduct seen by the First Lieutenant of one of the Captains tearing the muster rolls and refusing Markworth his salary until he obtains the Captain a furlough. He includes evidence of his enlistment and duty during term of service.
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Masterson, R. W., 1862

E. N. Smith, Esquire, letter to R. W. Masterson, 1862 April 15

  • Box 158, Folder 61, Item 1
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McClellan, General George Brinton, 1863

McClellan, General George Brinton letter to unidentified correspondent, 1863 October 20

  • Box 158, Folder 62, Item 1
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McDowell, James F., 1864

James F. McDowell letter to Dr. Phillip Mick, Washington, D. C., 1864 March 3

  • Box 158, Folder 63, Item 1
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James F. McDowell letter to Dr. Phillip Mick, Washington, D. C., 1864 June 24

  • Box 158, Folder 63, Item 2
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McLean, General William, 1864

General George McLean letter to unidentified correspondent, Lexington, KY, 1864 October 31

  • Box 158, Folder 64, Item 1
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McMillin, A. F., 1862

A. F. McMillin letter to E. H. Smith, Esquire, Lexington, KY, 1862 July 11

  • Box 158, Folder 65, Item 1
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Messer, George, 1862

George Messer letter to Thomas Kelley, Clinton, IL, 1862 October 20

  • Box 158, Folder 66, Item 1
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Mitchell, J. R., 1862

J. R. Mitchell letter to Mary and Lide Mitchell (cousins), Louisville, KY, 1862 September 22

  • Box 158, Folder 67, Item 1
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Moore, John F., 1862-1863

John F. Moore letter to father, Camp Culbertson, 1862 August 27

  • Box 158, Folder 68, Item 1
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John F. Moore letter to mother, Lexington, KY, 1862 October 28

  • Box 158, Folder 68, Item 2
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John F. Moore letter to mother, Lexington, KY, 1863 August 27

  • Box 158, Folder 68, Item 3
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Morgan, William H., 1861

William H. Morgan letter to mother, Pilot Knob, 1861 December 2

  • Box 159, Folder 1, Item 1
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William H. Morgan letter to letter to mother, Pilot Knob, 1861 December 9

  • Box 159, Folder 1, Item 2
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William H. Morgan letter to mother, Pilot Knob, 1861 December 27

  • Box 159, Folder 1, Item 3
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William H. Morgan letter to father, Pilot Knob, October

  • Box 159, Folder 1, Item 4
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William H. morgan letter fragment, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 1, Item 5
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Mullen, Joseph (Tim), 1885-1899

W. B. Manning letter to Joseph (Tim) Mullen, Georgetown, OH, 1885 October 12

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 1
Letter includes an announcement of the upcoming reunion of the brigade.
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Affidavit of Joseph T. Mullen on behalf of Jon Barnes, 1889 April 26

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 2
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E. W. Strawn letter to Joseph (Tim) Mullen, Blumchester, OH, 1889 December 12

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 3
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J. T. Mullen letter to E. W. Strawn, Feesburg, OH, 1889 December 19

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 4
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Affidavit of Joseph T. Mullen written to P. J. Lockwood, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 5
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Acknowledgement of Pension Claim of J. T. Mullen from P. J. Lockwood, 1890 June 5

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 6
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Affidavit of Joseph T. Mullen on behalf of James P. Martin, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 7
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Affidavit of Joseph P. Mullen on the behalf of E. W. Strawn, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 8
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Affidavit of Joseph T. Mullen on the behalf of R. K. White, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 2, Item 9
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Munyon, H. F., 1864

H. F. Munyon letter to Helen Munyon (wife), Portsmouth, MI, 1864 September 4

  • Box 159, Folder 3, Item 1
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Patterson, Thomas W., 1863-1864

Special Order No. 117, 1863 July 27

  • Box 159, Folder 4, Item 1
Special order by Thomas W. Patterson instructing an inspection of meat quality.
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Special Order No. 140, 1863 August 31

  • Box 159, Folder 4, Item 2
A special order by Thomas W. Patterson concerning the loss of wood.
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Thomas W. Patterson letter to Colonel I. B. Fry, Chattanooga, TN, 1864 February 8

  • Box 159, Folder 4, Item 3
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Report of Men Kept on Duty by Thomas W. Patterson, 1864 February 13

  • Box 159, Folder 4, Item 4
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Paulett, John W., 1864

John W. Paulett letter to Isaac Shelby, 1864 December 1

  • Box 159, Folder 5, Item 1
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Pearl, John F., 1865

John F. Pearl letter to Professor Brocklesby, Nashville, TN, 1865 October 14

  • Box 159, Folder 6, Item 1
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Perkins, James, 1862

James Perkins letter to A. W. Smith, 1862 January 1

  • Box 159, Folder 7, Item 1
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Pierce, M. Byron., 1862

M. Byron Pierce letter to father, Washington, D. C., 1862 November 5

  • Box 159, Folder 8, Item 1
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Pirtle, Alfred, 1864

Alfred Pirtle letter to Brigade General William D. Whipple, Louisville, KY, 1864 January 13

  • Box 159, Folder 9, Item 1
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Potts, J., 1903

J. Potts letter to Comrades of Battery A, Wayland, MI, 1903 August 19

  • Box 159, Folder 10, Item 1
Potts notifies his comrades about his inability to attend their annual reunion.
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Potts, James M., 1863-1864

Unidentified correspondent letter to James M. Potts, 1864 September 29

  • Box 159, Folder 11, Item 1
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J. S. Potts letter to J. M. Potts, Calhoone, KY, 1863 February 5

  • Box 159, Folder 11, Image 2
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Rand, Captain F. W., [?] December 29

F. W. Rand letter to George (?), [?] December 29

  • Box 159, Folder 12, Item 1
The letter includes an authorization for training Frank Rice.
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Sanborn, L. S., 1865

L. S. Sanborn letter to Richard (?), Alexandria, VA, 1865 August 2

  • Box 159, Folder 13, Item 1
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Sawyer, Otis, May 1

Otis Sawyer letter to Lucy A. Sawyer, ???? May 1

  • Box 159, Folder 14, Item 1
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Shearer, John W., 1861

John W. Shearer letter to James (brother), Arlington, VA, 1861 September 24

  • Box 159, Folder 15, Item 1
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Spencer, William E., 1861-1873

, 1861-1862

  • Box 159, folder 16

William E. Spencer letter to E. Spencer, Ripon, WI, 1861 October 15

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 1
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William E. Spencer letter to Miss F. A. Spencer (sister), Ripon, WI, 1861 October 24

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 2
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William E. Spencer letter to Fidelia and Jennie Spencer (sisters), Ripon, WI, 1861 October 28

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 3
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William E. Spencer letter to Fidelia and Jennie Spencer (sisters), Ripon, WI, 1861 November 4

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 4
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William McKoon letter to William E. Spencer (grandson), West Butler, 1861 November 25

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 5
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William E. Spencer letter to Fidelia Spencer (sister), Ripon, WI, 1861 December 1

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 6
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William E. Spencer letter to Jennie Spencer (sister), Ripon, WI, 1861 December 1

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 7
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Ripon, WI, 1861 December 7

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 8
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William E. Spencer letters to Fidelia and Jennie Spencer (sisters), Ripon, WI, 1861 December 11

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 9
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Ripon, WI, 1862 January 3

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 10
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William E. Spencer letter to Miss F. A. Spencer (sister), Kenosha, WI, 1862 January 10

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 11
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William E. Spencer letter to sister, Kenosha, WI, 1862 January 16

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 12
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William E. Spencer letter to sisters, Kenosha, WI, 1862 January 28

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 13
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Kenosha, WI, 1862 February 4

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 14
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Kenosha, WI, 1862 February 20

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 15
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William E. Spencer letter to Miss Fidelia A. Spencer (sister), Kenosha, WI, 1862 February 28

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 16
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William E. Spencer letter to James K. Spencer (brother), Kenosha, WI, 1862 March 14

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 17
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), St. Louis, MO, 1862 March 20

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 18
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), St. Louis, MO, 1862 April 8

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 19
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Cape Girardeau, 1862 May 2

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 20
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Bloomfield Stoddard County, 1862 May 19

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 21
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Cape Girardeau, MO, 1862 May 31

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 22
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), Cape Girardeau, MO, 1862 June 17

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 23
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihu Spencer (father), West Stoddard, MO, 1862 June 25

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 24
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William E. Spencer letter to James K. Spencer (brother), Cape Girardeau, MO, 1862 June 30

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 25
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihue Spencer (father), Maryanna, AR, 1862 August 2

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 26
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William E. Spencer letter to mother, Helena, AR, 1862 August 7

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 27
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William E. Spencer letter to Elihue Spencer, Helena, AR (envelope), 1862 September 7

  • Box 159, Folder 16, Item 28
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, 1863-1873, undated

  • Box 159, folder 17

Newspaper Clipping, E. H. Smith Letter to Mr. E. Spencer, 1862 September 28

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 1
The newspaper clipping includes the letter from E. H. Smith to Mr. E. Spencer informing Spencer of the death of his son William E. Spencer, death and expressing his condolences. Also included in the clipping is part of a letter written by William E. Spencer.
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E. B. French, Auditor, letter to Elihu Spencer, 1863 February 16

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 2
The letter includes information on the pension claim made by Spencer's family.
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E. B. French, Auditor, letter to Elihu Spencer, 1863 March 23

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 3
The letter includes information about the pension claim made by Spencer's family.
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Elihu Spencer, 1867 February 10

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 4
This letter is from an unidentified soldier apologizing and returning a stolen penholder, taken from the now deceased William E. Spencer.
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E. G. Updike, Corresponding Secretary of the Phoenix Society of Lawrence University, letter to Elihu Spencer, 1873 March 8

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 5
Th Society sends its condolences for the death of James, Elihu's last son, who was a member of their society.
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Photo of James (Kirtland) Spencer, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 6
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Newspaper clipping, Third District, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 7
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Obituary of James Kirtland Spencer, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 17, Item 8
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, undated

  • Box 159, folder 18

Map Showing Areas of Operation of 1st Wisconsin Cavalry, Summer 1862, as Described by Pvt. W. E. Spencer in his letters home, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 18, Item 1
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The 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers by S. F. Darling, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 18, Item 2
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Photocopies of envelopes to Elihu spencer and Fidelia Spencer, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 18, Item 3
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Letters of William E. Spencer, Co. G, 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment compiles by collector Wade Hall, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 18, Item 4
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Transcript of the Letters of Private William E. Spencer as compiled by the collector Wade Hall, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 19
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Sweening, Johney, 1864

Johney Sweening letter to parents, Algiers, GA, 1864 July 5

  • Box 159, Folder 20, Item 1
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Swertfager, John H., 1861

John H. Swertfager letter to Del (?), Albany, NY, 1861 September 12

  • Box 159, Folder 21, Item 1
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John H. Swertfager letter to Del (?), Albany, NY, 1865 April 7

  • Box 159, Folder 21, Item 2
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Tank, J. T., 1862

J. T. Tank letter to Mrs. John Tank (mother), Tiverton, MA, 1862 August 30

  • Box 159, Folder 22, Item 1
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Timmerman, W. H., 1888

W. H. Timmerman letter to George W. Howard, Edgefield, SC, 1888 October 29

  • Box 159, Folder 23, Item 1
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Ward, George K., 1861

George K. Ward letter to Delavan Scovil, 1861 August 23

  • Box 159, Folder 24, Item 1
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Werking, David, 1862-1864

David Werking letter to Becca (wife), 1862 November 5

  • Box 159, Folder 25, Item 1
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David Werking letter to Becca (wife), Elk River, 1863 July 4

  • Box 159, Folder 25, Item 2
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David Werking letter to friend, Atlanta, GA, 1864 September 14

  • Box 159, Folder 25, Item 3
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David Werking letter fragments of three letters, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 25, Item 4
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David Werking Obituary, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 25, Item 5
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White, Edwin, 1892

T. C. Yates affidavit written on the behalf of Edwin White, 1892 June 14

  • Box 159, Folder 26, Item 1
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J. T. Mullen affidavit written on the behalf of Edwin White, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 26, Item 2
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White, Captain Giles C., 1864

Captain Giles C. White letter to Adalade White (wife), 1864 December 5

  • Box 159, Folder 27, Item 1
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Wink, William Lawrence, 1862-1864

William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Washingon, D. C., 1862 September 15

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 1
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1862 December 6

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 2
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1863 January 17

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 3
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1863 February 2

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 4
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1863 June 7

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 5
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1864 February 13

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 6
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1864 February 28

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 7
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Rappahannock, VA, 1864 April 4

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 8
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William Lawrence Wink letter to mother, Rappahannock, VA, 1864 May 4

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 9
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Washington, D. C., 1864 May 13

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 10
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Washington, D. C., 1864 June 10

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 11
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Washington, D. C., 1864 August 17

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 12
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William Lawrence Wink letter to Lizzie Wink (sister), Washington, D. C., undated

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 13
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William Lawrence Wink letter fragments of three letters, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 28, Item 14
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Woolworth, R. H., 1862-1863

R. H. Woolworth letter to Anna A. Woolworth (sister), 1862 June 2

  • Box 159, Folder 29, Item 1
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R. H. Woolworth letter to Anna A. Woolworth (sister), 1863 January 19

  • Box 159, Folder 29, Item 2
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Collective soldiers, 1864

Collective soldiers letter to the mayor of of Louisville, 1864 October 20

  • Box 160, Folder 2, Item 1
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Unknown, Herman, 1862-1863

Herman (?) letter to Rebecca Dunkhorsh, VA, 1862 January 29

  • Box 159, Folder 30, Item 1
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Herman (?) letter to Rebecca Dunkhorsh, VA, 1863 March 16

  • Box 159, Folder 30, Item 2
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Unknown Soldiers and Indecipherable Signatures, 1861-1876

Unidentified correspondent letter to friend, Barnett, GA, 1876 July 4

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 1
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Leander (?) letter to fiend, Arlington Heights, VA, 1861 August 12

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 2
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Charles B. P. (?) letter to brother, Sagrange, TN, 1862 June 27

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 3
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Rudy (?) letter to uncle, Louisville, KY, 1862 September 28

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 4
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John (?) letter to father, Danville, KY, 1863 January 6

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 5
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(?) Capern letter to Mary Capern (mother), White Oak Church, VA, 1863 March 25

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 6
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Unidentified correspondent letter to George (?), Chicago, IL, 1863 April 22

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 7
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Unidentified correspondent letter to family, Newburn, GA, 1863 May 11

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 8
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George (?) letter to father, Harper's Ferry, 1864 August 6

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 9
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Unidentified correspondent letter to sister, Shelbyville, KY, 1865 January 10

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 10
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John (?) letter to Mary (?) (sister), Washington, D. C., 1865 March 15

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 11
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Affidavit written on the behalf of Aaron Watson, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 12
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Letter fragments, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 31, Item 13
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Family and friends of soldiers, 1858-1912

Correspondence and other written manuscripts compose the Family and friends series and reflect the experiences, life, and concerns of the family and friends of soldiers during and after the Civil War. The series is subdivided by the the names of the correspondents. The Burwell family papers make up the bulk of this series and include correspondence, letter fragments, envelopes, an obituary, grade reports, a prescription, and a notification for jury duty. The majority of the correspondence are letters to Lewis S. Burwell during and after the war from family, friends, and aquaintances. Additionally the papers contain correspondence written by Lewis Burwell to his friends after the war, the correspondence of A. S. W. and L. M. W. to family, and a letter to Lucy Burwell. Notable items include the grade reports of Laura Burwell, the daughter of Lewis S. Burwell, from the Vermont Academy. Another smaller section of this series comprise the Kate Morris papers and consists of correspondence, invitations, and poems. The correspondence is all letters to Priscilla (Kate) Morris from family and friends during and shortly after the Civil War. Additional items include a letter from John M. Harlan recommends E. H. Smith for candidacy in the House of Representatives, a letter from Theodore Kohlhass notifying Smith of his intention to seek a position as Principal Clerk in the House of Representatives, and an essay titled About the War.

Blakeslee, A., 1863-1866

Mrs. J. L. Blakeslee letter to Mrs. E. Stedman (sister), Baltimore, MD, 1863 August 26

  • Box 159, Folder 32, Item 1
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Mrs. V. Blakeselee letter to Mr. and Mrs. Stedman, Baltimore, MD, 1863 November 29

  • Box 159, Folder 32, Item 2
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Mrs. V. Blakeslee letter to Mrs. E. Stedman, Baltimore, MD, 1864 September 19

  • Box 159, Folder 32, Item 3
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Mrs. V. Blakeslee letter to Mrs. E. Stedman, New Orleans, LA, 1866 February 7

  • Box 159, Folder 32, Item 4
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Mrs. V. Blakeslee letter to Mrs. E. Stedman (sister), New Orleans, LA, 1866 April 15

  • Box 159, Folder 32, Item 5
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Bowdfish, R. F., 1861

Transcription of two letters on one page, 1861

  • Box 159, Folder 33, Item 1
The first transcribed letter: R. F. Bowdfish letter to Del (?) dated 1861 April 28. The second transcribed letter: Linnie (?) letter to brother undated.
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Burwell Family Papers, 1858-1912

Lewis S. Burwell, letters to, 1858-1867

  • Box 159, folder 34

H. E. Strong letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Benson, 1858 September 3 or 5

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 1
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1859 July 17

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 2
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1859 November 24

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 3
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1860 January 22

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 4
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bethel, IL, 1860 May 6

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 5
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1860 July 8

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 6
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1860 July 22

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 7
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David Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Pioneer, PA, 1860 November 18

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 8
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1860 November 19

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 9
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell,, 1860 December 2

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 10
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1861 February 8

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 11
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1861 March 29

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 12
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C. H. Frost letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1861 April 21

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 13
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1861 August 5

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 14
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1861 September 27

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 15
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1862 January 18

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 16
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Henry H. Oakley letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Colton, NY, 1862 February 3

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 17
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1862 February 6

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 18
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1862 February 28

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 19
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Scott, MI, 1862 March 16

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 20
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Morrison, IL, 1862 April 6

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 21
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1862 April 18

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 22
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David S. M. Stone letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Crary's Mill, NY, 1862 April 28

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 23
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Scott, MI, 1862 May 25

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 24
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1862 June 15

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 25
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1862 June 20

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 26
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Mariann E. McDonnough letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Scott, MI, 1862 July 18

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 27
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David Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Scott, MI, 1863 December 20

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 28
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Henry Oakley letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1864 April 16

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 29
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Russell C. Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Shoreham, 1864 August 4

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 30
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Alexandria, VA, 1864 October 21

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 31
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Amanda E. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1865 May 5

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 32
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Russell C. Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Pioneer, PA, 1867 December 8

  • Box 159, Folder 34, Item 33
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Lewis S. Burwell, letters to, 1868-1899

  • Box 159, folder 35

Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Green Bay, WI, 1868 January 27

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 1
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Miss H. J. Chester letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Alden, NY, 1868 February 2

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 2
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Amanda E. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 April 26

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 3
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Russell C. Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Pioneer, PA, 1868 May 3

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 4
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A. C. Wood letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 May 4

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 5
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Ezra Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, East Addison, VT, 1868 May 15

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 6
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H. Warner Goodrich letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Brandon, VA, 1868 May 18

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 7
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A. L. Norton letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT., 1868 May 18

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 8
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Elmina J. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 May 21

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 9
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Jennie (?) letter to Lewis S. Burwell, West Addison, VT, 1868 May 21

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 10
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 June 6

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 11
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 June 7

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 12
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A. C. Wood letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 June 14

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 13
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Ruth (?) letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 June 24

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 14
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Ethel S. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 July 5

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 15
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Ezra Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, East Addison, VT, 1868 July 7

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 16
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 July 19

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 17
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Amanda E. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 July 19

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 18
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H. Warner Goodrich letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Brandon, VA, 1868 July 19

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 19
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Ruth (?) letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 July 19

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 20
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A. C. Wood letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 July 26

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 21
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 July 28

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 22
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 August 2

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 23
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Ethel S. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 August 9

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 24
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Ethel S. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 August 30

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 25
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 August 31

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 26
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Ezra Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, East Addison, VT, 1868 September 3

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 27
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Henry S. Johnson letter to Lewis S. Burwell, White River, MI, 1868 September 6

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 28
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Amanda E. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 September 27

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 29
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Ruth (?) letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 September 27

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 30
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Ethel S. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 October 6

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 31
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Amanda E. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 October 11

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 32
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A. L. Norton letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 October 17

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 33
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Jennie (?) letter to Lewis S. Burwell, West Addison, VT, 1868 October 26

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 34
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Ezra Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, East Addison, VT, 1868 October 28

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 35
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David Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, East Addison, VT, 1868 November 8

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 36
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A. C. Wood letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 November 8

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 37
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Abel L. Norton letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 November 9

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 38
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 November 10

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 39
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Henry Oakley letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Washington, D. C., 1868 November 24

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 40
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H. E. Burnwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, 1868 November 24

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 41
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Ezra L. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1868 November 29

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 42
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Russell C. Whitford letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Pioneer, PA, 1869 February 14

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 43
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridgeton, 1870 January 6

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 44
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Edward Eller letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Saxton's River, VT, 1899 April 29

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 45
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H. C. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Saxton's River, VT, [?] March 31

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 46
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Amanda E. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, [?] June 8

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 47
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Elmina J. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, [?] July 5

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 48
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Jennie (?) letter to Lewis S. Burwell, West Addison, VT, [?] July 12

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 49
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Ethel S. Burwell letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Bridport, VT, [?] September 20

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 50
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Letter fragment, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 35, Item 51
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Lewis S. Burwell, letters from, 1868-1882

  • Box 159, folder 37

Lewis S. Burwell letter to Albert (?), Jerseyville, IL, 1868 May 27

  • Box 159, Folder 37, Item 1
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Lewis S. Burwell letter to friends at home, Chicago, IL, 1893 September 3

  • Box 159, Folder 37, Item 2
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Lewis S. Burwell letter to friends at home, Chicago, IL, 1893 September 28

  • Box 159, Folder 37, Item 3
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Lewis S. Burwell letter to friends at home, Chicago, IL, 1893 October 13

  • Box 159, Folder 37, Item 4
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Sheriff N. F. Dunsher petit jury notification to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison County, 1882 December

  • Box 159, Folder 37, Item 5
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Almina S. W. letters, 1863-1912

  • Box 159, folder 36

A.S.W. letter to children, 1868 August 9

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 1
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Almina S.W. letter to child, Addison, VT, 1868 January 1

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 2
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Almina S.W. letter to child, Addison, VT, 1868 January 15

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 3
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Almina S.W. letter to sister, Addison, VT, 1868 January 20

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 4
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Almina S.W. letter to child, Addison, VT, 1868 February 7

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 5
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Almina S.W. letter to child, Addison, VT, 1868 March 23

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 6
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Almina S.W. letter to daughter, Addison, VT, 1868 June 4

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 7
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Almina S.W. letter to daughter, Addison, VT, 1868 September 8

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 8
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Almina S.W. letter to child, Addison, VT, 1868 October 4

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 9
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Almina S. W. letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, 1868 October 30

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 10
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Almina S. W. letter to child, Addison, VT, 1868 November 17

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 11
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A. S. W. and L. M. Burwell letter to children, Addison, VT, 1912 March 11

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 12
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A. S. W. and L. M. W. letter to children, Addison, VT, [?] April 3

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 13
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A. S. W. letter to Ardelia, Addison, VT, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 14
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A. S. W. letter to Lewis S. Burwell, Addison, VT, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 15
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A. S. W. letter to L. M. W., Addison, VT, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 16
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A. S. W. letter fragment, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 17
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A. S. W. letter to children, Saturday 15, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 36, Item 18
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Prescription receipt from J. S. Hickok, Vergennes, VT, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 38
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Laura Burwell grade reports, 1898-1899

  • Box 159, folder 39

Laura Burwell, grade report, Vermont Academy, Saxton's River, VT, 1898 November 8

  • Box 159, Folder 39, Item 1
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Laura Burwell, grade report, Vermont Academy, Saxton's River, VT, 1899 January 24

  • Box 159, Folder 39, Item 2
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Laura Burwell, grade report, Vermont Academy, Saxton's River, VT, 1899 March 29

  • Box 159, Folder 39, Item 3
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Laura Burwell, grade report, Vermont Academy, Saxton's River, VT, 1899 June 21

  • Box 159, Folder 39, Item 4
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Lucy Burwell letters, 1867-1873

  • Box 159, folder 40

Almina S. W. letter to Lucy (?), Addison, VT, 1868 July 29

  • Box 159, Folder 40, Item 1
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Mary (?) letter to Lucy Burwell, Bridport, VT, 1870 January 8

  • Box 159, Folder 40, Item 2
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Lucy and Mollie Burwell, 1873 February 23

  • Box 159, Folder 40, Item 3
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Unidentified correspondent letter to Lucy (?), Addison, VT, 1867 October 20

  • Box 159, Folder 40, Item 4
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Obituary of Wellha M. Day, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 41
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Assorted letter fragments, undated

  • Box 159, folder 42

Letter fragment from P. M. Dolittle, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 42, Item 1
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Letter fragment from H. C. Burwell, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 42, Item 2
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Letter fragment from Pa, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 42, Item 3
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Letter fragment, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 42, Item 4
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Envelopes, undated

  • Box 159, Folder 43
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Carter, Josiah and Nancy, 1862

Josiah Carter letter to Caleb Carter, Hiwassee, GA, 1862 August 9

  • Box 159, Folder 44, Item 1
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Nancy Carter letter to Caleb Carter, Hiwassee, GA, 1862 August 25

  • Box 159, Folder 44, Item 2
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Cherry, John, 1919

John Cherry letter to G. W. Howard, Augusta, GA, 1919 May 24

  • Box 159, Folder 45, Item 1
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Curtis, J. P., 1861

J. P. Curtis letter to nephew, Louisville, KY, 1861 May 2

  • Box 159, Folder 46, Item 1
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Detweiler, James G., undated

About the War essay by James G. Detweiler, undated

  • Box 160, Folder 3, Item 1
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Fowler, Ezra, 1858-1889

Note from Ezra Fowler, Kent, OH, 1889 December 25

  • Box 159, Folder 47, Item 1
A note explaining that the book cover and the title also included in this folder were taken from the home of Honorable Bailie Peyton in Jackson, MS on May 14 1863. This home had been used as a Head Quarters during the war and this was the only thing he ever stole during the war.
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Book cover and title page, The Stratford Gallery of the Shakespeare Sisterhood: comprising Forty-Five Ideal Portraits, 1858

  • Box 159, Folder 47, Item 2
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Harris, Mollie, 1862

Mollie Harris letter to Isreal Harris (husband), Wilmington, 1862

  • Box 159, Folder 48, Item 1
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Hearking, W. Y., 1866

W. Y. Hearking letter to Unidentified Correspondent, Waukesha, WI, 1866 April 14

  • Box 159, Folder 49, Item 1
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Lucas, Aurelia and Elizabeth, 1864

Aurelia and Elizabeth Lucas letter to Frank Lucas, Ithaca, NY, 1864 October 16

  • Box 159, Folder 50, Item 1
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Mckinney, Susan, 1864

Susan McKinney letter to Captain Robert Isbell, Mecklenburg Co., VA, 1864 April 17

  • Box 159, Folder 51, Item 1
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Moreland, Elizabeth, 1861

Elizabeth Moreland letter to Isaiah Miller, Esq., 1861 October 29

  • Box 159, Folder 52, Item 1
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Morris, Kate, 1861-1866

Priscilla Morris letter to Priscilla (Kate) Morris, 1861 October 3

  • Box 159, Folder 53, Item 1
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Priscilla Morris letter to Priscilla (Kate) Morris, 1862 February 3

  • Box 159, Folder 53, Item 2
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Harriet (?) letter to Priscilla (Kate) Morris, 1862 June 13

  • Box 159, Folder 53, Item 3
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