Virginia -- History
Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:
The Alexandria and Fairfax Counties [Virginia] Civil War Correspondence consists of 40 letters by 31 soldiers, dated between 1861 and 1862. Letters were written by soldiers stationed in and around Alexandria and Fairfax counties and Washington, D.C., in the first 12-16 months of the American Civil War.
This collection contains a typed list of Virginia flora, with handwritten annotations, processed for the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, possibly by A. B. Massey.
The Arnold Collins-Thomas Hoare Contract written in Bristol, UK, and dated October 12, 1665. The contract concerns Arnold Collins' debt of 30 pounds to Thomas Hoare and conditions of the obligation.
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.
This collection contains seven daily diaries (1904, 1909-1912, 1916, 1921) of Alexander W. Brown, traveling salesman in the food product business.
The collection consists of a letter written by "Mima Brown" from Pulaski, Virginia to her brother Pvt. James H. Farmer on November 8, 1863.
The collection consists of two letters written by "Mark," a Confederate cavalryman, to his father in 1861.
Four letters from a Union soldier identified only as "Isaac," written to his parents from various points in Virginia, during the American Civil War.
The collection consists of 65 letters written between Catlett Conway and family members during the years 1892-1920.
The Edward Corwin, Jr., Account Book contains information on small debts owed by Corwin and details his travels throughout Virginia.