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James L. Wheelock collection

 Collection — Folder: S1938
Identifier: S1938
Scope and Contents This collection includes eleven letters written by James L. Wheelock during his service with the 113th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the U.S. Civil War. Ranging from October 1862 to August 1863, the letters were sent to his father and to William Winslow from camps in Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. The collection also includes two letters sent to Mr. Winslow on October 11, 1863 by Captain Levi Nichols and George W. Brigham of the 113th regarding Wheelock's death and a November 22, 1863...

James McLaughlin papers

 Collection — Folder: S2504
Identifier: S2504
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photocopies of three letters from or about James McLaughlin ranging from 1863 to 1865, during his military service in the U.S. Civil War. The first letter dated May 11, 1863 is a handwritten transcription of McLaughlin's missive to his father and wife, Phebe, concerning running the blockage at Vicksburg. The second document is communication from Major J.C. Robinson at Raleigh, North Carollina, dated April 24, 1864, to the trustees of the 3rd Ward, Zanesville, Ohio,...

James Nixon Civil War discharge paper

 Collection — Folder: S2919
Identifier: S2919
Scope and Contents This collection includes the January 10, 1866 discharge paper of James Nixon from Company M, 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery following the end of the Civil War. On the back of the document a note was added that states, "Given to F.G. McCormack by: Mrs. Sarah J. Bechner who received it from James S. Nixon at Arlington, IND. June - 1867, to be kept for him, but no trace of him has been found since that time. 9-21-1921." The collection also has an envelope with James Nixon, H.H.(?) Daugherty, and...

James O. Walton collection

 Collection — Folder: S1355
Identifier: S1355
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed copies of letters which James O. Walton sent to his wife Mary Ann ranging from February 1864 to January 1865 during the American Civil War, with information about military life, Generals William Sherman and John Bell Hood, the presidential election, and health.

James P. Deal collection

 Collection — Folder: S0345
Identifier: S0345
Scope and Contents This collection includes a military discharge certificate for James P. Deal from the U.S. Civil War on September 21, 1864 and a certificate from the U.S. Bureau of Pensions to Celestine Deal on June 13, 1890.

James R. Slack collection

 Collection
Identifier: L145
Scope and Contents This collection contains Slack’s correspondence to his wife Ann in Huntington, Indiana during the Civil War. Also included is his diary, written during the siege of Mobile, Alabama from March to May 1865; and other family correspondence and business papers.

Jefferson C. Davis collection

 Collection
Identifier: L041
Scope and Contents The collection primarily consists of Davis’s official military papers. During Davis’s time as quartermaster, the papers include receipts, bills, requisitions, and other documents relating to his Indianapolis based post (1861). As an officer in the field, Davis’s papers include official correspondence regarding duties, copies of telegrams to Gen. John C. Fremont, and military inspection reports sent to him while with the 14th Army Corps (1861 – 1865). The collection also contains correspondence...

Jeffrey Gunter letter

 Collection — Folder: S2931
Identifier: S2931
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photostat of one letter, dated 1991, from Jeffery Gunter to his mother, Gloria, regarding his time during the Persian Gulf War.

Joe S. Taylor, World War I diary

 Collection — Folder: S2467
Identifier: S2467
Scope and Contents This collection includes one "a line a day" diary from Sgt. Joe S. Taylor in the United States from 1918 regarding World War I and his day to day activities and one blank Oshkosh B'Gosh notebook.

John A. Botts poem

 Collection — Folder: S1037
Identifier: S1037
Scope and Contents This collection includes an eleven stanza poem written by John A. Botts and dated June 12, 1863. The poem relates the movement and actions of Company C, 59th Indiana Regiment during the Vicksburg campaign of the U.S. Civil War. At the end of the poem there is a note dated June 25, 1863 from William Owen to Mary Owen that says, "Mary I send you this poetry and if you get it I want you to take good Cear [care] of it till I come home."

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