Found in 1413 Collections and/or Records:
Two letters from Frederick Blackman (ca. 1835-1917), of the 2nd Independent Battery, Connecticut Light Artillery Battery during the American Civil War, written to Franklin Sherwood of Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Four wartime letters and a post-war diary of Daniel Blain, a Confederate soldier in the 1st Rockbridge Artillery during the American Civil War and later a Presbyterian minister in Rockbridge County, Virginia.
The collection consists of a letter from Union soldier Brigadier General Asa P. Blunt (1826-1889), written to an unidentified cousin, from Fort Monroe, Va., on June 10, 1864.
The Bobbitt Family Papers contains financial documents and letters created by the Bobbitt Family.
The collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings, correspondence, research notes, photocopies of historical documents, and files Bodell compiled while writing her book.
Letter from Henry M. Bond, of Company B, 45th Massachusetts Infantry (aka 45th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia) during the American Civil War. Bond describes his regiment's recent movements, to Trent, Pollacksville, and Young's; marching through the rain; and his opinion of North Carolina.
From Cincinnati, Ohio, George W. Bonsall (1845-1910) was a corporal in the 138th Regiment Ohio National Guard (originally formed as the 2nd Ohio Volunteer Reserve Militia) during the American Civil War. The collection consists of two volumes of a manuscript diary, copied in 1865 of entries Bonsall wrote between May 23, 1861 (his 16th birthday) and 1865. The diaries also contain sporatic entries dating through 1878.
Small CDV (carte-de-visit) containing photographs of John Wilkes Booth, George Atzerodt, Edmund Spangler, Michael O'Laughlin, Lewis Powell, Samuel Arnold, and David Herold. CDV dates to circa 1865.