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The Joseph R. Anderson Letters contain correspondence to Dr. Francis T. Stribling, the head of the Western Lunatic Asylum in Staunton, Virginia for bedposts, and James T. Ames Esq., the agent for Ames Manufacturing Company in Chicopee, Massachusetts regarding orders.
The collection contains a letter from Henry Kyd Douglas, Hagerstown, Maryland attorney and former Confederate staff officer, to William P. Maulsby, judge and lawyer of Frederick, Maryland, regarding the case of Fiery et al v. Emmert et al.
This collection contains professional records and personal correspondence of Charles W. Hardin, a physician from Augusta County, Virginia.
This collection contains a letter written by Private Oscar L. Whitelaw of the 15th Vermont Infantry Regiment of the Union Army on December 20, 1862, during the American Civil War. Whitelaw describes the march from Camp Vermont to the Fairfax County Courthouse, as well as camp life, Confederates in Richmond, and his feelings about the war.
- Local/Regional History and Appalachian South 2
- African Americans -- History 1
- Augusta County (Va.) 1
- Folk, historical, and patent medicine 1
- Rockbridge County (Va.) 1
- Anderson, Joseph R. (Joseph Reid), 1813-1892 1
- Douglas, Henry Kyd, 1838-1903 1
- Hardin, Charles W., c. 1823-1899 1
- Maulsby, William P., 1815-1894 1
- Stribling, Francis T. (Francis Taliaferro), 1810-1874 1