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David L. Elliott collection

 Collection
Identifier: L051
Scope and Contents The collection contains Civil War materials of David L. Elliott. Included are family correspondence, discharge papers, family photos, bible, receipts, distribution rolls, certificates, ribbons of reunions, political campaign badges, and a Civil War diary (1864–1865). The collection also contains a history of the Battle of Chickamauga by Captain J.C. McElroy.

David L. Elliott oversize collection

 Collection — Folder: OBD042
Identifier: OBD042
Scope and Contents This collection contains the muster out roll for Company E of the 75th Indiana Infantry Regiment.

George B. Dausman letters

 Collection
Identifier: V008
Scope and Contents This collection includes one volume from George B. Dausman in Indiana ranging from 1862 to 1863 regarding Civil War regimental history.

John Upfold Pettit papers

 Collection — Folder: S1058
Identifier: S1058
Scope and Contents This collection includes original letters, 1840-1853, addressed to his brother, Milton Howard Pettit, including several while serving as American Consul at Maranham, Brazil, 1850 to 1853. Also included is Pettit's 1979 publication, "Answer to the Toast, The Old Psi Upsilon".

Kellogg and Plessinger family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1480
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence and documents of the Kellogg and Plessinger families ranging from 1832-1920.The collection includes a large number of letters sent by Francis Nelson Kellogg to his parents and sister while serving with Company K, 75th Indiana Regiment during the Civil War and typewritten transcriptions of most of his letters; letters from Benjamin F. Wiley and James B. Plessinger while they were serving in the war; and a letter and two invoices from J.W. Keely, acting...

Pleasant Wheeldon Civil War pension claim

 Collection — Folder: S1389
Identifier: S1389
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of Pleasant Wheeldon's documents for his petition for an increase to his U.S. Civil War veteran's pension, in Scipio, Indiana, ranging from 1888 to 1907, due to chronic illnesses resulting from his service during the war.