United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 151st (1865)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S2680
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photocopies of two letters. In the May 1865 letter, George W. Blue tells his sister about the constant drilling of the regiment, his tiredness of the place of the camp, the felt absence of relatives, and the resignation of a first lieutenant. In the September 1865 letter, Hannah A. Blue writes of family matters, Iowa soil, Dan Dolan, the death of Jim Blue, and expresses the hope that George is at home.
Collection — Folder: S2569
Scope and Contents The collection consists of letters written by Flinn to his wife and daughter during his service in the Civil War, as well as his 1862 discharge papers, some army-related documents, and a letter to Mrs. Margaret Flinn dated 1876. Some of the materials are fragile. The topics included in Flinn’s letters include army life, his health, and related matters.Item Listing:1861, Aug. 2 Discharge Papers, Indianapolis1862, June 25 ALS, John Flinn to Margaret and Zora...
Collection — Folder: S2559
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of typewritten transcriptions of letters written to and from Asa W., Jonah G., and Rice M. Porter and Porter family members while the brothers served in the Civil War. The bulk of the letters were written from July 1861 to March 1862, but there are two letters from Rice written in 1865.