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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S533
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of autographed, signed letters from Albert H. Graves and L. S. Chittenden in Louisiana ranging from 1863/05/15 to 1864/06/24 regarding military life and the death of Albert H. Graves.
Collection — Folder S1123
Scope and Contents This collection includes eighteen letters and one fragment of a letter, written in ink to "Mother and Sister" by Daniel Roberts during his time as a Civil War soldier, with the exception of the last letter, written in 1871 by both Dan and his wife Sally (Sarah). Daniel served first in Company K, 8th Indiana Volunteer Regiment, and then in February 1864, he told his mother and sister to write to him in Company P, 69th Indiana Volunteer Regiment.On July 6, 1863, Daniel wrote from...
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence; typed documents; social invitations and calling cards; hand-drawn menus; accounts; photographs of people and places; glass slides; stamps; newspaper clippings; membership cards: a piece of underwear cuff; and legal documents from members of the Hibben and related families and local government in Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, New York, and Europe ranging from 1850-1937 regarding family, military, legal and social matters. One item of special note is a May...
Collection — Folder S1417
Scope and Contents There are two items in this collection and both are copies of the same undated letter. The text of the letter is thus: "Louisiana. St. Louis west of the Mississippi. My Friend and Brother, Whatever may be my distance from you, I always keep you in my heart. Our Father, the President, having appointed me Governor of the country on this side [of] the Great River, I have pitched my camp on the Bank of the Missouri with my warriors, about twelve miles from this place, where I should be...
Scope and Contents This collection consist primarily of correspondence and papers from Morton’s Senatorial career with an emphasis on the 1876 presidential election and Louisiana politics in 1873 and 1874. There is also family correspondence, financial papers, speeches and notes on Republican politics, the Civil War, secession, and Reconstruction.Correspondents include Schuyler Colfax, Henry W. Halleck, Andrew Johnson, Henry S. Lane, Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan, Joaquin Miller, William H....