United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of lithographs that appeared in Puck, Harper's Weekly, and Illustrated London News.
Letters from Collis S. Hough of the 1st Connecticut Artillery Regiment to his wife Harriet Stevens Hough.
Letter from Corporal Francis Ronien of the 2nd Rhode Island Infantry to his brother Henry, written on July 15, 1861.
Letter from unidentified Confederate soldier to his mother, written on January 29, 1863.
This collection contains two hundred items, mostly correspondence between Milton and Rhoda Barnes during the Civil War. The remainder of the collection consists of documents concerning Milton Barnes as Secretary of State, Rhoda Barnes, and photographs of both.
Four printed documents, three Union and one Confederate, regarding policies and procedures for deserters from each side of the Civil War, all printed in 1864.
The collection includes artwork, campaign materials, correspondence, envelopes, indentures, maps, military paperwork, newspapers, paper currency, photographs, postcards, and publications on Virginia, particularly Fairfax County.