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Alan Cloe letters

 Collection — Folder: S267
Identifier: S0267
Scope and Contents This collection includes seven letters from members of Alan Cloe's family, beginning in 1858 and concluding with a letter written in 1945. The first letter from John Frazier in Dublin, Indiana, was to his children and grandchildren, and was addressed to Joseph Hussey in Carmel, Indiana. He wrote: "we are getting very fearful of bank notes as banks are breaking." John Hussey wrote four letters during his Civil War service, in 1861 and 1862, from Kentucky. He served in Company F, 10th...

Albert Alyea diary

 Collection — Folder: S018
Identifier: S0018
Scope and Contents This collection contains the diary of Albert Alyea. Included in the diary are notes about the birth and death dates of his family, his accounts with various stores, weather reports, his barn raising, and accounts of what he sold to other individuals. Alyea also uses the diary to write about his time spent in the Union Army during the Civil War. The diary also contains several additional items, including a newspaper clipping about new fishing laws, a real estate appraisal, and a newspaper...

Alexander Black papers

 Collection — Folder: S123
Identifier: S0123
Scope and Contents This collection includes a diary from Alexander Black in Indiana ranging from 1865/01/01 to 1868/10/24 regarding his life as a soldier.

Alfred Gude collection

 Collection — Folder: S0556
Identifier: S0556
Scope and Contents This typed paper of Alfred Gude’s Civil War experiences tells of the awful conditions as a Union prisoner, of his three attempted escapes, and his final successful escape from Confederate captivity. After two years of hard fighting, Alfred was captured on May 3, 1863, near Rome, Georgia, by General Nathan Bedford Forrest and General Rody. As prisoners, the Union soldiers were sent to Atlanta, and then shipped to Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia. In Libby, they were closely guarded for a...

Andrew Bush papers

 Collection — Folder: S198
Identifier: S0198
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed copies from Andrew Bush in Indiana ranging from 1862-1865 regarding family matters and life as a Civil War soldier.

Asa E. Sample diary

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1136
Scope and Contents This collection includes 3 folders containing a photocopy of a 117-page diary from Asa E. Sample of Knightstown, Indiana, ranging from December 9, 1862 to December 21, 1863 regarding his experiences during the Civil War as an enlisted soldier with the 54th Infantry Regiment, Company E.

Aurelius M. Willoughby collection

 Collection
Identifier: L303
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Willoughby's Civil War diaries ranging from 1861-1865. Also included are discharge papers, memorabilia, and personal business papers dating from 1864-1917. The collection also includes 2 tintypes, 46 carte de visite (Washington D.C., Georgia, and views of falls), and a manuscript history of Company H. 39th Indiana with photographs, circa 1910.

B. J. Warden Battle of Gettysburg personal narrative

 Collection — Folder: S1361
Identifier: S1361
Scope and Contents The collection contains one document on three full sheets and one half sheet of green paper detailing B. J. Warden’s experience at the Battle of Gettysburg during the U.S. Civil War, July 1-4, 1863.July 1, 1863 B. J. Warden was in the 4th Brigade under John R. Brook, 1st Division, 2nd Corps. The men came from Centerville across the Potomac River. He was not in the first day’s fighting, on July 1, because they stopped for muster so payrolls could be made out. They arrived in...

Bailiff family papers

 Collection — Folder: S0051
Identifier: S0051
Scope and Contents This collection includes a series of photocopied letters primarily between Daniel Bailiff and his wife, Harriet. The correspondence spans from 15 December 1861 to 10 August 1864. In addition, the collection has a copy of Bailiff’s discharge certificate from the Union Army, a brief history of Bailiff’s church, a money order from Bailiff to his brother, obituaries of Bailiff and his wife, and two newspaper articles about Bailiff’s son, Winthrop.

Beck family papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: L133
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence written by Elias W. H. Beck to his wife and father-in-law Samuel Milroy during the Mexican-American War and the Civil War. Also included are letters written from Walter Beck to Frances Keith during the Philippine Insurrections; Beck’s photography from the Philippines and Japan is also included.

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