Found in 1374 Collections and/or Records:
Daniel Blain Papers, 1864-1870 (Ms1990-002)
Danville, Virginia, Military Pass,
The collection consists of a single military pass for Captain F. C. Fisher to Montgomery White Sulphur Springs (Montgomery County, Va.).
David Earhart Collection, 1862-1863 (Ms2002-017)
Alexander H. Davidson Letter
Letter attributed to Alexander H. Davidson of Indianapolis, written to an unidentified brother (probably James Dorman Davidson of Lexington, Virginia) on December 14, 1861, requesting assistance in getting Alexander's son Preston admitted to Virginia Military Institute as a non-cadet student, with the waiver of fees.
Charles Baker Davidson Letter
Letter attributed to Charles Baker Davidson, written from Evansville [Indiana] to an unidentified brother (probably James Dorman Davidson of Lexington, Virginia) on December 24, 1861, and commenting upon communications via mail between the war's lines, his future prospects, and personal news. Appended is a brief note from J. W. Hughes of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, written on January 21, 1862, noting his receipt of the letter and promising to forward any future mail that he receives.
Homer E. Davis Papers
Jefferson and Varina Anne Davis Letter
This collection contains a July 25, 1886 letter penned by Varina Anne Davis on behalf of her father, Jefferson Davis, to James H. Lane, former confederate general and former VAMC Commandant of Cadets. The letter is in response to a previous letter from Lane asking Jefferson Davis for a recommendation. This letter informs Lane that Davis' recommendation won't carry the same weight as it might have once had.
R. J. Davis Pass,
The collection consists of signed Confederate States of America pass for R. (Robert?) J. Davis, dated May 9, 1862.
Varina Anne Davis Letter
John Harper Dawson Book Manuscript
The collection contains a typescript draft of John Harper Dawson's Wildcat Cavalry: a Synoptic History of the Seventeenth Virginia Cavalry Regiment of the Jenkins-McCausland Brigade in the War Between the States (published by Morningside House in 1982).