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Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:

Jacob W. Smiley Diary,

Identifier: Ms-2012-073

This collection includes a diary kept by Jacob Wallace Smiley that spans from the time of he was drafted in August 1863, until he was killed in action on May 4, 1864. Smiley chronicled the travels and activities of his unit, the 7th Company, 1st Battalion, New York Sharpshooters, in the Northern Virginia region. The diary also includes a CDV of Smiley and his wife, Melissa.

Dates: 1863 - 1864

Olive Treat Diary

Identifier: Ms-1988-114

This collection contains the diary of Olive Treat, a resident of Chicago and New York, and wife of mining venture capitalist Harry W. Treat. Entries focus on trips to New York and British Columbia, social activities, and husband's mining business

Dates: 1897

Frederick E. Waldron Memoirs

Identifier: Ms-1995-011

Frederick E. Waldron (1839-1909) was a Union soldier in the 31st New York Infantry during the American Civil War. The collection consists of an undated manuscript memoirs of Waldron's experiences as a Union soldier in the 31st New York Infantry during the American Civil War.

Dates: c. 1865-1900

William J. Pittenger Diary (Ms2001-064)

 Digital Record
Identifier: Ms2001-064_PittengerWilliamJ_Diary_1863
Dates: 1863-01-01/1864-11-26

Elva Curl Wilson Diaries

Identifier: Ms-2008-016

The collection includes the diaries of Elva Curl Wilson (1911-2006), resident of Hampton, Virginia and future wife of Rev. James C. Richardson, describing the very active social life of a young woman in Hampton, Virginia during her late teens and early twenties.

Dates: 1926 - 1935

Jeffrey T. Wilson Diaries

Identifier: Ms-2011-015
Abstract The collection consists of two diaries (1913, 1928) written by Jeffrey T. Wilson (1843-1929). Wilson was a former enslaved person who spent most of his life in and around Portsmouth and Norfolk, Virginia. He worked as a bailiff in the Norfolk courts after leaving the U. S. Navy and wrote a column, "Colored Notes," for The Portsmouth Star from 1924 until his death in 1929. He outlived four wives and had at least twelve children. Wilson's diaries...
Dates: 1913, 1928

Marion Eaton Woodruff Diary

Identifier: Ms-1988-118

The diary maintained by Marion Eaton Woodruff, a resident of Elgin, Illinois during the early 20th century includes entries made during two lengthy European trips in the 1920s.

Dates: 1924 - 1927

John Henning Woods Papers

Identifier: Ms-2017-030

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.

Dates: 1856 - 1873

Frederick Wrede Diary

Identifier: Ms-2023-020

This collection contains a diary written by Frederick Wrede, who served in the Union Army at the beginning of the American Civil War. The first eighteen pages of the diary were written while Wrede was still a soldier. The rest of the diary documents Wrede's transition back to civilian life.

Dates: 1862 - 1863