Found in 1387 Collections and/or Records:
Theodore Winthrop Papers
Wm. Gillette's Held By the Enemy
Eben P. Wolcott Correspondence
Letters addressed to Eben P. Wolcott, of Company E, 28th Connecticut Infantry, during the American Civil War, written from family members at home and discussing personal news and such war-time events as the Battle of Fredericksburg (December 1862), the death of Stonewall Jackson (May 1863), and the inflation caused by the war.
A. E. Wood Letter
Letter from two young women, A. E. Wood and M. [Jones?], living in Virginia during the American Civil War, written to "Aunt Ann" and relating to local depredations of Union soldiers and news of family and neighbors.
John Taylor Wood Correspondence
The John Taylor Wood Correspondence consists of ten letters written by John Taylor Wood between April and July of 1865. Nine of the letters were written to his wife, Lola, who was living in and around Richmond at the time; the tenth item is a small note requesting that enclosed letters be forwarded to Lola. Wood was the nephew and military aide to Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
Lewis Wood Letters
The collection consists of eight letters written by Lewis Wood to his wife Harriet A. Wood, in Unionville, Ohio, during the American Civil War. Wood makes no mention of battles or skirmishes that his regiment might have been involved in, but the letters portray accounts of movements of the company, daily routine activities and items of his personal interest.
William B. Wood Letter
Letter from William B. Wood, Confederate colonel and chief of the military court in General Longstreet's corps. Wood discusses an invitation that he had received to run for the Confederate senate and his desire to return to civilian life after having been passed over for military promotion.
John Henning Woods Papers
This collection includes three memoir volumes and three diaries written by John Henning Woods, a Southern Unionist, Confederate conscript, and eventual Union soldier during the American Civil War. While the collection spans the period of years from 1856 through 1873, the majority of the collection focuses on the years during the Civil War.
Woodstock, Virginia, Civil War Letter
This collection includes a letter dated May 13, 1864, from a Union soldier named Charley at a camp near Woodstock, Virginia, during the American Civil War. He writes about plans to return to Martinsburg, Virginia, and about General Sigel.
Junius Woodward Letter
The Junius Woodward Letter consists of a letter from Woodward to "dear friend" (also identified in the letter as "Miss Jennie"). Written at Petersburg, Virginia, on November 29, 1863, Woodward describes his free time activities, experiences with local farmers, and foraging for fruits.