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Benjamin F. Hough Letter,

Identifier: Ms-2012-065

The collection consists of a single letter from Hough to "Cousin Seymour," dated December 2, 1863, written from Libby Prison, near Richmond.

Dates: 1863

Roll of Prisoners of War Paroled at Richmond

Identifier: Ms-2023-102

The Roll of Prisoners of War Paroled in Richmond identifies Union soldiers who were released from a Confederate prisoner of war camp in 1865. It conatins the names of 47 soldiers and provides their ranks, company, regiment, when and where they were captured, and their signature. They were likely held at Libby Prison, a Confederate prison in Richmond, Virginia, during the American Civil War.

Dates: 1865

Stereoview Collection

Identifier: Ms-2017-056
Scope and Contents

The collection includes stereoviews, mostly of Civil War-era or Civil War-related images. Items in the collection are individually described in the contents list of the finding aid.

Please note: Stereoviews can be viewed without equipment, but Special Collections does have a stereoscope available upon request.

Dates: 1865, n.d.

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