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Civil War veterans reunions badges collection

 Collection — Folder: S1512
Identifier: S1512
Scope and Contents This collection includes various badges (ribbons) from regimental reunions and veterans organizations' meetings, such as the Grand Army of the Republic and the Women's Relief Corps (WRC),in Indiana ranging from 1877 to 1921. There is also a postcard to John A. Cottman from William W. Dudley in Richmond, Indiana on June 20, 1873 regarding badges of the "Iron Brigade", which included the 19th Indiana Regiment.

General William Harrison Kemper papers

 Collection
Identifier: S0769
Scope and Contents This collection contains items related to General William Harrison Kemper's Civil War service including his army diary dated from April 22, 1861 to August 3, 1861, a list of volunteers from Decatur County, Indiana who enlisted in Company B, 7th Regiment Indiana Volunteers, Kemper's discharge certificate from the regiment dated August 2, 1861, Kemper's certificates of promotion to assistant surgeon from February, 1863, and his discharge from service certificate dated May 5,1863. Also included...

James Marquis collection

 Collection — Folder: S2545
Identifier: S2545
Scope and Contents This collection includes typewritten transcriptions of letters written by James Marquis while serving with Company F, 7th Indiana Infantry Regiment during the Civil War and sent to his mother and sister Margaret. The first letter was written April 12, 1863 at "camp on the field", the next was written December 17, 1863 from "Relleys Ford, Va." (Kelly's Ford?), and the last one on April 2, 1864 from Culpeper, Va. The collection also has four additional transcribed letters - two written by David...

John Martin Walker collection

 Collection — Folder: S0849
Identifier: S0849
Scope and Contents Article entitled “You Will Not Cut My Leg Off” tells about John Walker’s life, from age 18, five months after Fort Sumter was attacked, until he died on June 25, 1929. The story tells about battle wounds, sanitation, malnutrition, hospitals. There is information about the treatment of wounds, care of the injured and hospital conditions. John suffered a leg injury which never completely healed. It still had an open ulcer the day he died. The Adjutant General’s certificate dated June 6, 1977...

Leonard R. Perry letters

 Collection — Folder: S1056
Identifier: S1056
Scope and Contents This collection includes copies of letters ranging from 1860 to 1869 regarding family matters during the Civil War.

Robert H. Milroy letter

 Collection — Folder: S0967
Identifier: S0967
Scope and Contents This collection contains an October 14, 1861 letter written by Col. Robert H. Milroy and addressed to the editors of the Cincinnati Daily Times regarding an October 8th article that mentioned that "The Seventh Indiana broke and ran, their officers endeavoring in vain to stop them" during the Battle of Greenbrier on October 3rd. Milroy, a colonel serving with the 9th Indiana Volunteers during the battle, declared that the statement was incorrect and the 7th "acquitted themselves honorably and...