Civil War Collection, 1837-1921 (bulk 1861-1865).


Summary Information

Repository
New York State Historical Association – Research Library
Title
Civil War Collection
ID
Coll. No. 359
Date
1837-1921 (bulk 1861-1865)
Extent
1.5 cubic feet + 5 volumes + 1 oversize folder
Language
English
Funding Source
The cataloging of this collection was made possible by a grant from the Community Foundation for South Central New York, Johnson City, N.Y.The finding aid was made available electronically through a Regional Bibliographic Data Bases (RBDB) grant from the South Central Regional Library Council, Ithaca, N.Y.

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Scope and Content Note

The Civil War Collection contains correspondence, diaries, and various military papers of soldiers who served in the U.S. Civil War in New York State regiments, including Daniel M. Holt (Assistant Surgeon of the 121st Infantry Regiment), Samuel French, Newell Burch, Will Lewis, John Wright, Myron Adams, Joel W. Rogers, Lerni Howe Crary, James G. Derrickson, George A. Harrison, Harvey Henderson, Orin W. Monroe, and Dean A. Pierce. It includes records of some New York State regiments, along with personal papers, and formats such as photographs, scrapbooks, and autograph albums. This collection has been assembled from various sources.

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Series Descriptions

Series 1. Letters and Other Papers of Soldiers.

Arranged alphabetically by last name. Generally, the military unit each man served in is listed after his name in italics.

Series 2. Records of Regiments That Served in the War.

Includes Co. K of the 37th Artillery Regiment of the New York State National Guard; 43rd Infantry Regiment of the New York State National Guard; 81st New York Infantry; 115th New York Infantry; and Co. K of the 121st New York Infantry.

Series 3. Copies of War Letters and Diaries.

Includes Daniel Holt, Assistant Surgeon of the 121st Infantry Regiment. Arranged alphabetically by last name.

Series 4. Scrapbooks and Autograph Albums.

Contains newspaper articles, obituaries and graphics concerning the Civil War. One volume also contains diary entries, and is in an order book of the Army of South Carolina, confiscated by the Union Army during the war.

Series 5. Photographs.

Photographs of soldiers and others involved in the Civil War.

Series 6. Miscellaneous.

Includes an engraving by A.R. Waud entitled, “The Lost Found,” National Archives Facsimile photographs of Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee, a collection of Civil War envelopes, a Civil War poem, published information about the draft, war bonds, a lecture about the war, and an advertisement for a lecture.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

New York State Historical Association – Research Library
Special Collections
P.O. Box 800, 5798 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326
(607) 547-1470

 

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Accession Numbers

145, 279, 450(26), 572, H-616.27, H-35.28 or 119, NM-29.41, NM-174.44(1-2), NM-180.44, N-18.45, N-564.46, NM-13.46, NM-18.46, NM-43.46, NM-134.46, NM-205.46, NM-16.47 – NM-20.47, NM-35.52, NM-45.53, NM-130.57, NM-138.57 – NM-141.57, NM-176.57, NM-196.57 – NM-201.57, N-106.59, N-728.59(8,14), NM-9.59, NM-13.59, NM-15.59, NM-18.59 – NM-21.59, NM-22.59 – NM-23.59, NM-53.59, NM-63.59, NM-76.59, NM-71.60, NM-41.61 – NM-43.61, NM-88.61 – NM-89.61, NM-103.61, NM-135.61, N-596.62(1-13), NM-21.63 – NM-24.63, NM-52.63, NM-1.64, NM-14.64, NM-59.65(1-6), NM-6.66(2,3,5), NM-26.66, NM-43.66, N-222.67(1-3), NM-40.67, NM-38.68, NM-34.69, NM-1.70(1-6), NM-39.70, FM-73.71(32), FM-10.74(1-2), F-771.75(1), NM-19.76, NM-18.79, NM-55.76

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Collection Inventory

 Series 1 – Letters and Other Papers of Soldiers

 359.1 – Box 1
 359.1/1 — Allen, George D. (d. 1862). United States. Army, New York Infantry Regiment, 51st. Commission and newspaper clippings relating to his service and death.
 359.1/2 — Barker, Ayers G. (ca. 1833-1863), of Greenville, N.Y. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 120th. Letters (2). Second letter describes a battle in which his division “saved the Army of the Potomac 3 times.” Also includes photograph of Barker in uniform and a photograph of a young boy, probably the son of Ayers and Sarah Barker. June 15, 1861 and April 9, 1863.
 359.1/3 — Barker, William P. United States. Army. New York Artillery Regiment, 6th. Letters written from Cuyler Hospital. The first letter describes battles he has been in, including the Battle of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania, and the second mentions the death of his son and the possibility of his own death. Dec. 25, 1864 and Feb. 23, 1865.
 359.1/4 — Caulkins, Wright. New York (State). National Guard. Regiment of Infantry, 41st. Certificate of membership. July 21, 1864.
 359.1/5 — Chaple, E. Letter to his father from Camp Paterson, on stationary of Col. J.K. Murphy’s Pennsylvania Volunteers, saying he is in good health. Dec. 3, 1861.
 359.1/6 — Clute, Nicholas. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 134th. Discharge. May 29, 1865.
 359.1/7 — Collar, Eri S. (d. 1898). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 146th. Discharge papers. March 28, 1865.
 359.1/8 — Cook, John. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 51st. Letters to his sister, Betsy. ca. 1862.
 359.1/9 — Crafts, William Campbell (b. ca. 1837). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 44th. United States. Army, New York Cavalry Regiment, 8th. Record of military service and muster in/out rolls of the 8th New York Cavalry; and appointments. 1862-1863.
 359.1/10 — Crary, Lerni Howe. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 86th, Co. D. Letters to his mother, Rhoda Howe Crary, and father, Benjamin Crary of Humphrey, N.Y. 1861-1863.
 359.1/11 — Davis, Daniel J. (ca. 1842-1862). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 44th, Co. C. Letters to his sister, 1861-1862; notice of payment due mother of deceased, 1864; and letter from Mrs. Henry Kessler, Rockford, Illinois, to James Hart, Little Falls, N.Y., asking for information on Daniel Davis’ military service, July 1, 1882.
 359.1/12 — Dunham, H.L. (d. 1863). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 2nd. Certificate of death. May 9, 1863.
 359.1/13 — Flansburgh, Peter. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 43rd. Discharges. 1863, 1865.
 359.1/14 — French, Samuel (b. ca. 1842). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121; United States. Army. Signal Corps. Letters to his family in Richfield Springs, N.Y. 1862-1865 (1 of 2).
 359.1/15 — French, Samuel (b. ca. 1842). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121; United States. Army. Signal Corps. Letters to his family in Richfield Springs, N.Y. 1862-1865 (2 of 2).
 359.1/16 — Frost, Stephen R. [77th Regiment. Easton N.Y.]. Letters to Mrs. Barnett Safford, North Easton, N.Y. 1862- 1864.
 359.1/17 — Hanford, Charles (ca. 1842-1862). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 90th. Letter from Key West, Florida, to his mother, Charlotte Hanford. Mentions fevers in camp. August 9, 1862.
 359.1/18 — Hughston, Adelbert (b. ca. 1843), of Otego, N.Y. United States. Army. New York Cavalry Regiment, 3rd, Co. G. Discharge. June 7, 1865.
 359.1/19 — Judd, Seymour L. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 89th, Co. G. Records kept by Seymour as captain of Co. G., including correspondence, orders, and ordnance reports, ca. 1861-1864. Also a statement to Judd’s widow, Sarah H., about settling account, 1892.
 359.1/20 — Kelty, Barney. Letter, from Unadilla Forks, N.Y., requesting back payment since his son William’s death on May 3, 1863. Feb. 18, 1865.
 359.1/21 –Knap, Joseph M. Manuscript copy of a resolution passed on Knap’s resignation, signed by R.H. Kelley.  Knap, Joseph M. Manuscript copy of a resolution passed on Knap’s resignation, signed by R.H. Kelley. May 17, 1863.
 359.1/22 — LaRose, F.C. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 11th. Report to commander that LaRose is a patient at the McClellan U.S.A. Gen. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. January – February 1865.
 359.1/23 — Lemon, Charles. United States. Army. New York Cavalry Regiment, 24th. Commission and discharge. 1864, 1865.
 359.1/24 — Lewis, Will (possibly from Troy, N.Y). United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 72nd. Letters to his family. 1863-1865 (1 of 2).
 359.1/25 — Lewis, Will (possibly from Troy, N.Y). United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 72nd. Letters to his family. 1863-1865 (2 of 2).
 359.1/26 — Lynes, William Henry. United States. Army. New York Light Artillery Regiment, 3rd. Discharge. July 14, 1865.
 359.1/27 — McDermott, Francis (d. 1864). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121st, Co. K. Form letter from the Adjutant General’s Office to McDermott’s commanding officer requesting final statement and inventory of effects for Francis McDermott. Aug. 1,1864.
 359.1/28 — McGinn, Patrick (1844-1929), of Minerva, N.Y. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 93rd, Co. C. Discharge. November 19, 1864.
 359.1/29 — Mclrwin, Samuel. United States. Army. New York Cavalry Regiment, 2nd. Photocopies of letters from Libby Prison, Richmond Va., to family requesting food and clothing and hoping for exchange from prison. Oct. 5, 1863 and March 21, 1864.
 359.1/30 — Maret, George W. (b. 1841). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 44th, Co. E. Letters to parents, appointment and discharge of Maret, 1861-1862. Also an undated poem, a circular soliciting money for a history of the 44th Regiment, and a United States citizenship document for Peter Maret, 1837.
 359.1/31 — Paine, Lansing B. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121st. Letter from Heights of Fredericksburg to his parents, describing battle; and a letter from “near Brandy Station” to his sister, Fanny House, Lowville, N.Y. 1863.
 359.1/32 — Parshall, Gilbert A. United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 42nd. Letters from Parshall to his brother, James G. Parshall, Utica, N.Y. Also an appointment, leave of absence, commission, and discharge paper. 1860-1864.
 359.1/33 — Phinney, John. Letters from Camp of Instruction, Washington, D.C., to Byam McDavie, describing hospital where he is a patient and mentioning acquaintances in Cherry Valley and Roseboom, N.Y. January 22 and February 15, 1862.
 359.1/34 — Potter, James B. (of Bennington, N.Y.). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 14th. Letter from Harrison’s Landing, Va., to his parents, July 5 [no year]; and discharge, 1862.
 359.1/35 — Shepard, Truman. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121st. Letters from hospital at Point Lookout, Maryland, to brothers Frank and Will, 1863, 1865; and a poem from Will, 1865. Also a pension certificate to Shepard’s widow, Martha, 1915.
 359.1/36 — Sherman, Jacob. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 126th. Appointment. Jan. 1, 1863.
 359.1/37 — Smith, George (d. 1864). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 93rd. Diary. Jan. 1 – May 4, 1864.
 359.1/38 — Swann, A.L. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 76th. Letter from Fredericksburg, Va., to George W. Ernst. May 28, 1863.
 359.1/39 — Severn, Julius. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121st, Co. K. Volunteer descriptive list and account of pay and clothing. 1863.
 359.1/40 — Taft, James A. Letter, from White Oak Church, Va., to his mother. April 19, 1863.
 359.1/41 — Tuttle, Charles J. (d. 1921). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 66th / New York (State). National Guard. Regiment of Riflemen, 39th. Discharge from 66th NYSV, 1862; certificate of membership in National Guard, 1864; discharge from National Guard, 1868; ticket to attend Gettysburg Reunion, 1913; appointment, in Grand Army of the Republic, 1919; resolution of respect from L.C. Turner Post, GAR, upon Tuttle’s death, 1921. Also a newspaper clipping of “Picket’s Charge,” by Fred Emerson.
 359.1/42 — Weller, August. Notice of enrollment, Stark, N.Y. July 27, 1864.
 359.1/43 — West Charles. United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121st. Letter of Peter Chapin, Edmeston, N.Y., describing progress of war. Jan. 22, 1865.
 359.1/44 — Wright, John (d. 1864), of Richfield, N.Y. United States. Army. New York Heavy Artillery Regiment, 2nd. Diary. 1864.
Volumes
 359.v1 — Burnside, Samuel S. (b. 1812), originally from Milford, N.Y. New York (State). Militia. Brigade, 18th. Correspondence book of General Burnside, consisting of copies of incoming letters in clerk’s hand. Also includes “Brigade Orders – No. 9,” a printed circular signed by Burnside as Brig. General of the 18th Brigade, New York State Militia. 1864-1867.

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 Series 2 – Records of Regiments That Served in the War

 359.1 – Box 1
 359.1/45 — New York (State). National Guard. Regiment of Artillery, 37th, Co. K. Enlistment roll. 1863-1869.
 359.1/46 — New York (State). National Guard. Regiment of Infantry, 43rd. Manuscript copy of muster roll. 1862.
 359.1/47 — United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 81st. Papers. 1862-1863.
 359.1/48 — United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 121st, Co. K. List of clothing issued. 1865.
Volumes
 359.v2 — United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 115th. Order book and roster, and list of those present at 1875 reunion in Fonda, N.Y.

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 Series 3 – Copies of War Letters and Diaries

 359.1 – Box 1
 359.1/49 — Burch, Newell (of Portland, N.Y.). United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 154th. “The Civil War Diary of Corporal Newell Burch, 154 New York Volunteers, August 25, 1862 to April 25, 1865,” manuscript preparation and historical analysis prepared by John Quinn Imholte of the Department of History of the University of Minnesota. Also includes photocopy of eleven pages of manuscript excerpts from diary, compiled in 1892, and a photocopy of three manuscript pages describing the Battle of Gettysburg.
 359.1/50 — Harrison, George A. (b. 1843). United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 62nd (also known as Anderson Zouaves). Diary (photocopy), gives history of regiment and lists battles he participated in. 1861-1865.
 359.1/51 — Henderson, Harvey (1842-1930). United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 89th. “The Civil War Diary of Sergeant Harvey Henderson, of the New York State Volunteers 89th Regiment.” Transcribed by Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, May 1962.
 359.1/52 — Holt, Daniel. United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 121st. Letters from September 1, 1862 to August 2, 1863; and manuscript copy of diary from May 1, 1864 to October 21, 1864, made by Holt in 1867. Holt was Assistant Surgeon of the 121st. Also includes a five page autobiography of Col. Charles Willard. All of the Holt and Willard papers here are photocopies (1 of 3).
 359.1/53 — Holt, Daniel. United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 121st. Letters from September 1, 1862 to August 2, 1863; and manuscript copy of diary from May 1, 1864 to October 21, 1864, made by Holt in 1867. Holt was Assistant Surgeon of the 121st. Also includes a five page autobiography of Col. Charles Willard. All of the Holt and Willard papers here are photocopies (2 of 3).
 359.1/54 — Holt, Daniel. United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 121st. Letters from September 1, 1862 to August 2, 1863; and manuscript copy of diary from May 1, 1864 to October 21, 1864, made by Holt in 1867. Holt was Assistant Surgeon of the 121st. Also includes a five page autobiography of Col. Charles Willard. All of the Holt and Willard papers here are photocopies (3 of 3).
 359.1/55 — Monroe, Orin W. (b. ca. 1844). United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 185th, Co. E. “Orin W. Monroe’s Book,” ed. by Wilmer E. Bresee. January – June 1865.
 359.1/56 — Pierce, Dean A. (b. ca. 1844). United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 121st, Co. D. Typescript of diary; includes history of regiment. 1863.
 359.1/57 — Rogers, Joel W. (1842-1862). United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 64th, Co. G. Typescript of diary, 1862, including copy of a memorial to Rogers from the Genesee Valley Free Press; a poem, “The Soldier to his Mother;” and a letter from Rogers to his brother and sister, Dec. 9, 1862.

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 Series 4 – Scrapbooks and Autograph Albums

 359.2 – Box 2
 359.2/1 — Derrickson, James G. (b. 1811). United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 66th. Scrapbook containing a series of articles from  The Tarrytown Argus entitled, “Diary During my Imprisonment in Dixie,” by James G. Derrickson, presented by Chauncey K Buchanan. Contains some missing installments of the series in manuscript (probably copied from The Tarrytown Argus) as well as annotations by Buchanan. 1890-1891.
 359.2/2 — Moury, Helen M. (of Cincinnati, Ohio). Autograph album with entries from Ohio Female College, 1860. First half of book filled with patriotic, Union Civil War cutouts.
Volumes
 359.v3 — DeGraff, Nicholas J. (1842-1919), of Amsterdam, N.Y. United States. Army. Regiment of Infantry, 115th. Scrapbook and copy of diary of DeGraff. Also includes diary entries of Stewart Russell of the 79th Highlanders, New York State Militia, contained in order book of the Army of South Carolina, January 30, 1861 – May 8, 1861.
 359.v4 — Revere, Julia Thayer (of Baltimore, Md.). Scrapbook, 1861-1866. Contains clippings and memorabilia relating mainly to the 44th New York Volunteers, and Col. Ephraim Elmer Ellsworth, the first Union casualty of the war. Special items include a watercolor sketch of the headquarters of Gen. William H. Revere at Yorktown, Va., 1862, and a broadside posted by Allan Pinkerton’s Police after the Chicago fire of 1871. Also includes samples of Confederate bills. 1861-1871.

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 Series 5 – Photographs

 359.2 – Box 2
 359.2/3 — Photographs
 359.2/3.1 — Envelope 1

Item list

  1. Union soldier, B. Ellison, cavalry, full view, with gloves and sword.
  2. Union soldier, L.M. Eaton.
  3. Union officer, Dr. D’Avignon, 96th NYSV.
  4. Union officer, Capt. Henry Fitch, 75th NYSV.
  5. Union officer, Lt. Charles A. Brownell, 173rd NYSV.
  6. Union soldier, E.B. Lansing, of Auburn, N.Y.
 359.2/3.2 — Envelope 2

Item list

  1. Union soldier, Corporal Albert Skeel, 22nd NY Cavalry.
  2. Union soldier, Joe Heath, Co. A, 121st NYSV.
  3. Union officer, Lt. Van Scuy, 121st NYSV.
  4. Union officer, Capt. Jervis Johnson, 121st NYSV.
  5. Union soldier, A.E. Mather, 121st NYSV.
  6. Union officer, Capt. D.P. Douw, 121st NYSV.
  7. Union officer, Lt. H. Duroe, 121st NYSV, shows corp badge and cross.
 359.2/3.3 — Envelope 3

Item list

  1. Union soldier, Charles H. Staring, Co. D, 121st NYSV.
  2. Union soldier, Thio Sternburg, 121st NYSV.
  3. Union officer, Lt. L.B. Paine.
  4. Union soldier, John Kidder, 121st NYSV.
  5. Union officer, Lt. F.E. Lowe, 121st NYSV.
 359.2/3.4 — Envelope 4

Item list

  1. Union soldier, D. Jackson.
  2. Union officer, Capt. Tenyck Howland, 121st NYSV.
  3. Union soldier, James M. Hough, Co. D, 121st NYSV.
  4. Union soldier, John Gray, 121st NYSV.
  5. Union officer, Lt. Bates, 121st NYSV.
 359.2/3.5 — Envelope 5

Item list

  1. Union officer, Lt. Frank Sishy, 75th NYSV.
  2. Union officer, Capt. Michael Walsh, Co. E., 44th NYSV.
  3. Union officer, Dr. Wm. W. Root, Asst Surgeon, 75th NYSV.
  4. Union officer, Capt. Samuel C. Pierce, Co. K, 3rd NY Cavalry.
  5. Union officer, Col. Stephen W. Stryker, 44th NYSV.
  6. Union officer, Capt. Charles Waite, 27th NYSV.
  7. Union staff officer, General Slocum.
 359.2/3.6 — Envelope 6. Union officer, Capt. Lansing B. Paine, 121st NYSV.
 359.2/3.7 — Envelope 7. Union officer, Capt. John S. Kidder, 121st NYSV.
 359.2/3.8 — Envelope 8

Item list

  1. Union soldier, Sergeant J.O. Slocum, 121st NYSV.
  2. Union officer, Lt. Henry B. Walker, 121st NYSV.
  3. Union officer, Lt. S.E. Pierce, 121st NYSV.
  4. Union soldier, Wilber Phillips, 121st NYSV.
  5. Union officer, Capt. Johnson, 121st NYSV.
  6. Union officer, Capt. Henry M. Galpin, 121st NYSV.
 359.2/3.9 — Envelope 9

Item list

  1. Union soldier, Fernando Hubbell.
  2. Union soldier, Newbern A. Armstrong, 121st NYSV.
  3. Union officer, Capt. A.P. Cook.
  4. Union staff officer, General H.W. Wessell.
 359.2/3.10 — Envelope 10

Item list

  1. G.A.R. Fernando Hubbell, Eri S. Collar. (2 copies)
  2. Group of fifteen men standing in front of train. Back of card reads “Leaving for Gettysburg reunion.”
Volumes
 359.v5 — Photo Album. “Presented to Miss Nelson by ‘Camp Nelson’ Army of the Potomac, Feb. 18, 1864.” Primarily generals and other soldiers from Civil War. A few photos of women. Most photographs are identified.

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 Series 6 – Miscellaneous

 359.2 – Box 2
 359.2/4 — Adams, Myron. Lecture about action he was involved in during the Civil War.
 359.2/5 — Allen, E. Livingston. Advertisement for lecture by Allen entitled, “Both Sides of Army Life; The Grave and the Gay.” 1886.
 359.2/6 — Telegraph-Extra, No. 12, Norwich, N.Y. List of names of those drafted, discharged and exempt in the 19th Military District of New York State. Includes names from Oneonta, Otego, Otsego, Pittsfield, and Plainfield. September 9, 1863.
 359.2/7 — Circular from Cooperstown, N.Y., to organize a regiment of volunteers from the 20th Senatorial District, under call of President; appoints receiver to town committee to aid in organization. Also State Committee of Drafted Men publication, “The First Draft in Otsego County,” and “The Drafted Men.” 1862, undated.
 359.2/8 — Town of Harpersfield [N.Y.] War Loan, No. 26, $150. 1864.
 359.2/9 — Town of Masonville [N.Y.]. Bonds. 1864-1865.
 359.2/10 — “Kentucky Belle.” Civil War poem, signed by Jack.
 359.2/11 — Civil War envelopes.
 359.2/12 — Scrapbook of Civil War envelopes; pocket Bible, signed by James W. Loudon in front.
 359.2/13 — Engraving by A.R. Waud entitled, “The Lost Found;” National Archives Facsimile photographs of Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee; ephemera; and U.S. Signal Corps blank envelopes and stationery. 1862-1936.
Oversize folder
 359.01 — Soldiers Memorial. 89th NYSV.

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