A Guide to the Isaac Hammond Collection, 1839-1875 Hammond, Isaac, Collection, 1839-1875 24335

A Guide to the Isaac Hammond Collection, 1839-1875

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Accession Number 24335


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Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
24335
Title
Isaac Hammond Collection, 1839-1875
Physical Characteristics
.45 cubic feet
Collector
Isaac Hammond
Physical Location
Personal Papers Collection, Acc. 24335
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

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Use Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Isaac Hammond. Collection, 1839-1875. Accession 24335. Personal papers collection. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Huguenot Historical Society, New Paltz, New York, 12 April 1955.


Biographical Information

Born about 1841, Isaac Hammond enlisted in Company F, 80th New York Infantry 17 December 1863. He, along with his regiment, was in Richmond in 1865. He gathered materials from the state and Confederate archives. Hammond took these items back to New York after his regiment was mustered out of the army 29 Janaury 1866 in Portsmouth, Virginia. After his death, the items were given to the Huguenot Historical Society in New Paltz, New York.

Scope and Content Information

Collection, 1839-1875, of Isaac Hammond of New York, a Union soldier who was stationed for a time in Richmond, Virginia, and gathered various documents from the files of Governors John Letcher and William Smith, the Virginia General Assembly, the Confederate Congress, the files of Confederate Senators James M. Baker of Florida and R. M. T. Hunter of Virginia, and the Confederate adjutant-general's office. The material covers a wide range of subjects including the impressment of slaves for working on Confederate and local defenses, hospitals, the plights of women and children in Virginia during the Civil War, military defenses, supplies for various companies in the Confederate army, pay vouchers, military passes, military orders, and newspapers from Richmond, Virginia, Montgomery, Alabama, and Augusta, Georgia.

Correspondents include John A. Campbell, Samuel P. Moore, Otho R. Singleton, Albert G. Brown, James M. Baker, Robert M. T. Hunter, Fitzhugh Lee, Samuel Cooper, James A. Seddon, H. L. Clay, Richard W. Walker, Robert Jemison, Jr., Robert Ranson, Jr., Braxton Bragg, Joseph Mayo, Joseph E. Johnston, Jeremy Francis Gilmer, George W. Munford, Jefferson Davis, Richard Stoddert Ewell, John Brown Gordon, James Lawson Kemper, Joseph R. Davis, Pierre G. T. Beauregard and William Hicks Jackson.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Contents List

Folder 1
Stock certificate no. 1179, 14 November 1839, for $100 by the James River and Kanawha Company to Robert T. Lynch. Certificate authorized by act passed 23 March 1839.
2 p., printed form.
Folder 1
Account, January-June 1850, Leekey [or Lukey] Hutchinson with S. S. Gresham and Brothers
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 1
Address delivered by Governor Henry A. Wise before the Virginia Mechanics Institute of the city of Richmond, October 1856, Published by Ritchie and Dunnavant, Richmond.
15 p., printed.
Folder 1
Commission, 2 September 1857, adjutant with the rank of captain in the 1st Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, 2nd Brigade, 4th Division, Virginia Militia to William Munford from Governor Henry A. Wise.
1 leaf, printed form.
Broadside, 25 December 1856, carrier's address to the patrons of the "Richmond Enquirer."
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 1
Duty report, 1 November 1859, for Company E, Richmond Light Infantry Blues, Richmond, Virginia, by Fred. Carter, First Sergeant.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 1
Special order no. -, 22 December 1859, by William Munford, adjutant, 1st Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, Richmond, Virginia, for Lieutenant James Crenshaw of Company F. Crenshaw is detailed to serve on a garrison court-martial.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 1
Report of the James River and Kanawha Company in answer to a Resolution of the House of Delegates on the Subject of the Improvement, & C., 13 January 1860, Document No. 43 of the session of the Virginia General Assembly, 1859-1860.
48 p., printed.
Folder 1
Address of the Hon. C. G. Memminger, Special Commissioner from the State of South Carolina before the Assembled Authorities of the State of Virginia, 19 January 1860, document No. 58 of the session of the Virginia General Assembly, 1859-1860.
43 p., printed.
Folder 1
Stock certificate, 19 March 1860, No. 2811 for $100 to Jacob Lynch for purchase of state stock. Endorsement on back stating $100 paid to Samuel E. Goodson by office of the 2nd auditor.
2 p., printed form and endorsement on back.
Folder 1
Circular letter, 12 July 1860, John Letcher, Governor of Virginia, concerning Commissioners of Elections.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 1
Commission, 20 September 1860, as major in the 1st Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, 2nd Brigade, 4th Division, to William Munford from Governor John Letcher.
1 leaf, printed form.
Folder 2
Regulations for the Commissary's Department of the State of Virginia, 1861, Published by Chas. H. Wynne, Printer, Richmond, Virginia. This is no. 2374 in Confederate Imprints.
38 p., printed.
Folder 2
Letter, 17 January 1861 [probably misdated, should be 1862], from Captain James Mulligan, Department of Norfolk, Virginia, to Governor John Letcher. Forwarding a letter from the enemy.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 2
Letter, 28 January 1861 [probably misdated, should be 1862], H. M. Price, Highland County, Virginia, to John Letcher, Governor of Virginia, offering to gather information on the movements of the enemy in western Virginia.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 2
"Remarks of the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas in the Senate of the United States, March 6, 1861, on the Resolution of Mr. Dixon to Print the Inaugural Address of President Lincoln", 1861,.
7 p., printed.
Folder 2
Telegram, 15 March (1861?) [probably 1864], from Duff C. Green, Quartermaster General, [state of Alabama], Montgomery, Alabama, to R. W. Walker, Richmond, Virginia, concerning exporting cotton.
2 p., printed form and handwritten message.
Folder 2
Letter, 25 September 1861, Lieutenant Colonel M. G. Harman, Headquarters, Forces at Staunton, Virginia, C.S.A., to John Letcher, Governor of Virginia, asking for reinforcements.
2 leaves, ALS.
Folder 2
Twenty-sixth Annual Report of the President and Directors of the Virginia Central Railroad Company to the Stockholders, at Their Annual Meeting, November 1861, 1861, Published by K. K. Ellyson, Printer, Richmond, Virginia.
88 p. printed.
Folder 2
Letter, 5 November 1861, John Echols, Headquarters, 27th Virginia Regiment, Centreville, Virginia, to John Letcher, Governor of Virginia, concerning the appointment of John Tiffany as tax collection in Monroe County, (West) Virginia.
2 p., ALS., endorsement on back.
Folder 2
Letter, 20 November 1861, Major A. G. Reger and Lieutenant Colonel G. W. Hansbrough, Camp Barton to J. P. Benjamin, Acting Secretary of War.
3 p., ALS., including wrapper endorsement.
Folder 2
Resolution, 22 November 1861, passed in the Virginia Convention of 1861 regarding the protection of southwestern Virginia.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 2
Letter, 25 November 1861, from an unknown recipient to Governor John Letcher. This is a fragment of a letter from someone in the post office department of the Confederate States of America.
2 p., Ms. fragment.
Folder 2
Letter, 28 November 1861, from Major A. G. Reger, Summit of Alleghany, to John Brannon concerning a promotion to lieutenant colonel.
2 p., ALS. with endorsement.
Folder 2
Letter, [1861], William D. Nutt, Acting Treasurer, C.S.A., to Captain [Lafayette H.] Fitzhugh, Sergeant at Arms, Senate, C.S.A., regarding payment of members of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 3
Speech of George W. Richardson of Hanover in the Committee of the Whole on the Report of the Committee on Federal Relations in the Convention of Virginia, April 4, 1861, 1862, Published by the Whig Book and Job Office, Richmond, Virginia, in 1862.
32 p., printed.
Folder 3
Letter, 4 January 1862, John H. Claiborne of Petersburg, Virginia, to Governor John Letcher, Governor of Virginia regarding his resignation as senator.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 3
Letter, 11 January 1862, Elizabeth Rogers to Governor John Letcher asking that her son be given leave during the cold weather months. Also includes endorsements, including a rejection by Stonewall Jackson.
4 p., ALS., and endorsements.
Folder 3
Power of attorney, 17 February 1862, from Ruffin Acree and George Norman, free Negroes to Benjamin F. Gresham, all of King and Queen County, Virginia, for Gresham to sign receipts and receive payments due to Acree and Norman.
1 leaf, Ms..
Folder 3
Order, 14 March 1862, to superintendent of Richmond and Petersburg Railroad by Captain D. H. Wood, Quartermaster's Department, C.S.A., Richmond, Virginia, that transportation be furnished for four boxes belonging to L. H. Fitzhugh, Thomasville, North Carolina.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 3
Letter, 12 May 1862,S. R. Anderson, Richmond, to C. G. Meminger, treasurer [Secretary of the Treasury], concerning an individual interested in a position in the Treasury Department.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 3
Request, 15 November 1862, by L. S. Rayfield for 300 loaves of bread for Chimborazo Hospital No. 4, Richmond.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 3
Invoice, 10 December 1862, Quartermaster stores turned over at Winchester, Virginia, by Major S. M. Yost, Quartermaster, C.S.A., to Major George H. Kyle, C.S., and A.Q.M.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 3
Receipt, 12 December 1862, articles received at Winchester by Captain John E. Howard, A.Q.M., C. S. A., from Quartermaster's Department on 30 November, 10 December and 12 December 1862.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 3
Letter, 29 December 1862,J. A. Campbell, Assistant Secretary of War, C.S.A., Richmond, to James M. Baker, Lake City, Florida, concerning Baker's letter for troops for home defense.
1 leaf, ALS.
Abstract, 31 December 1862, articles expended, lost, destroyed in public service at Strasburg, Virginia, in the quarter ending 31 December 1862 by Major George H. Kyle, C.S. and A.Q.M.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 3
Receipt, 31 December 1862, articles received at New Market, Virginia, by Charles W. Hodges, acting ordnance Officer, Maryland troops, from Quartermaster's Department, C.S.A.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 3
Roll, 1862, Captain David M. Lea's "Governor's Mounted Guard," 4th Virginia Cavalry.
2 p., Ms.
Folder 4
Letter, 10 January 1863,S. P. Moore, Surgeon General C.S.A., Richmond, to Alexander H. Stevens, Vice President, C.S.A., Richmond, regarding smallpox vaccinations for the Senate.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 4
Letter, 13 January 1863, Raleigh W. Dyer, Henry County, Virginia, to [R. M. T.?] Hunter regarding a petition on the conditions in the Confederacy.
4 p., ALS.
Folder 4
Receipt, 31 January 1863, issued to Henry Wilkinson by Treasury Department, C.S.A., for services as laborer. Noted as paid.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 4
Receipt, 6 February 1863, wood adn coal received in Richmond by Captain T. B. Starke, 25th Virginia Battalion, from Quartermaster's Department, C.S.A.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 4
Special requisition, 17 February 1863, articles of clothing for Captain L. B. McMullan, Company D, 4th Regiment of Virginia Heavy Artillery.
2 p., printed form filled in.
Folder 4
receipt, 25 February 1863, glass tumbler received by Comptroller's Office, C.S.A., from T. A. Jacobs. Noted as paid, but no date given.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 4
Receipt, 2 March 1863, soap received by Treasury Department, C.S.A., from E. W. Tompkins 13 December 1862. Noted as paid 2 March 1863.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 4
Letter, 3 March 1863,S. P. Moore, Surgeon General, C.S.A., Richmond, to James M. Baker, Richmond, regarding Reverend William K. Kennedy as a chaplain for the Florida hospital..
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 4
Letter, 11 March 1863, Aug. H. Fonte, Jackson, [Mississippi], to A. G. Brown, letter of introduction for Major Gregory.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 4
Interrogatories form, 22 April 1863, filled in by John W. Paulett, Wythe County, Virginia, filled in order to obtain a merchant's license.
2 p., form filled in.
Folder 4
Letter, 24 June 1863, W. H. S. Taylor, Auditor, C.S.A., by T. Calvert, to Hosea Balderree, Magnolia, Columbus County, Arkansas, sending certificate for pay of Private J. Baldwin.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 4
Estimate, 30 June 1863, of expenses of the House of Representatives of the Confederate States of America from 1 February 1863 to 30 June 1863.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 4
Pay voucher,
2 p., form filled in.
Folder 4
Medical certificate, 10 November 1863, Private James Latham, Company I, 21st Mississippi Infantry, found incapable of performing duties of a soldier, by A. I. Semmes, Senior Surgeon for Examining Board.
2 p., form filled in.
Folder 4
Passport, 7 December 1863, issued to C. B. Mitchell, [Confederate States Senate], by Major E. Griswold, Provost Marshall [C.S.A.], Richmond.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 4
Receipt, 7 December 1863, shoe pegs received in Richmond by Major John C. Maynard, from Quartermaster's Department, C.S.A.
2 p., form filled in.
Folder 4
Tally sheet, 7 December 1863, for the Confederate States Senate, third session of the first Congress commencing 7 December 1863. Sheet is unused.
1 leaf, printed form
Folder 4
Letter, 14 December 1863, Singleton, Confederate States House of Representatives, to A. G. Brown, Confederate States Senate, requesting the signature of Brown and others apparently in an effort to secure a government post for someone.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 4
Letter, 20 December 1863, from an unknown correspondent to an unknown recipient concerning the war.
14 p., Ms.
Folder 5
A Discourse before the General Assembly of South Carolina, on December 10, 1863, Appointed by the Legislature as a Day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer. by B. M. Palmer, D.D., of New Orleans, La., 1864, published by Charles P. Pelham, state printer, Columbia, South Carolina.
24 p., printed.
Folder 5
"An Act for the Relief Families of Soldiers and Sailors from Virginia, within the Lines of the Enemy, and Regulations for the Government of Agents in Distributing the Fund", 1864, No. 2267 in Confederate Imprints.
7 p., printed.
Folder 5
Broadside, [1864], Standing Committees of the Senate, Second Congress. No. 232 in Confederate Imprints.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 5
Journal of the House of Delegates of the State of Virginia for the Called Session of 1864, 1864, published by William F. Ritchie, Public Printer, Richmond. No. 2363 in Confederate Imprints.
48 p., printed.
Folder 5
Journal of the Senate of the Commonwealth of Virginia: Begun and Held at the Capitol, in the City of Richmond, on Wednesday, the Seventh Day of December, in teh Year One THousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-Four--Being the Eighty-Eighth of the Commonwealth. Extra Session, 1864, published by James E. Goode, Senate Printer. No. 2299 in Confederate Imprints.
8 p. printed, incomplete.
Folder 5
Map, 1864, field of war around Richmond and Petersburg by Andrew B. Cross, Baltimore, [Maryland].
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 5
Message of the Governor of Virginia and Accompanying Documents, 1864, Document I of the Session of the Virginia General Assembly, 1864-1865. Included are also corrections in the governor's message, Document XVI. Published by William F. Ritchie, Public Printer. No. 2283 in Confederate Imprints.
22 p. and 4 p., printed.
Folder 6
Letter, 3 January 1864, John [T.?] Gilchrist, Lake City, [Florida], to James M. Baker, Confederate States Senate, concerning the war in Florida and slavery.
3 p., ALS.
Folder 6
Letter, 5 January 1864, D. S. [or G.] Walker, Tallahassee, [Florida], to James M. Baker, Richmond, containing personal news and thoughts on the war.
3 p., ALS.
Folder 6
"Memorial of the Railraod Companies on the Exemption Law", 16 January 1864, to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Confederate States of America. No. 1171 in Confederate Imprints.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 6
Letter, 17 January 1864, J. W. McMurran of Fauquier County, Virginia, to Governor William Smith concerning the war.
4 p., ALS.
Folder 6
Letter, 23 January 1864, B. W. Arnold, adjutant, 14th Virginia Infantry, Kinston, North Carolina, to R. M. T. Hunter, Senator from Virginia, regarding the act for payment of adjutants.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 7
Letter, 3 February 1864, F. Livingston, Madison, Florida, to James M. Baker concerning impressment, cost of provisions, and other war-related matters.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 7
Letter, 17 February 1864,Fitz Lee, Major General, C.S.A., Orange Court House, [Virginia], to Colonel R. H. Chilton, Chief of Staff, Army of Northern Virginia, concerning citizens' complaints about expeditions into Hardy and Hampshire Counties, (West) Virginia.
6 p., ALS. with endorsements.
Folder 7
Proclamation and General Orders 64, 18 February 1864, consisting of proclamation of pardon by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States 8 December 1864 and copy of General Orders no. 64. from the War Department regarding refugees and deserters from the rebel army.
5 p., printed.
Folder 7
Broadside, 22 February 1864, listing Senators of the Confederate States of America [in the First Congress] from 22 February 1862 to February 1864. No. 95[?] in More Confederate Imprints.
1 leaf, printed.
Broadside, April 1864, substance of the speech delivered by John H. Gilmer before Judge J. B. Halyburton, in the District Court, on the Act of Congress Suspending the Privileges of the Writ of Habeas Corpus. No. 2755 in Confederate Imprints.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 8
Letter, 7 April 1864, O. J. E. Stuart, Lowndes County, Alabama, to A. G. Brown, Macon, Georgia, concerning Edward Stuart and his injured leg.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 8
Note, 7 April 1864, from T. B. Gates requesting that the bearer be given a copy of printed General Orders [No. 17], Army of the Potomac.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 8
Letter, 21 April 1864, Anne Murphey to her husband John Murphey containing family news and expressing concern over John. Letter was found at the Wilderness after the battle there in May 1864.
4 p., AMs.
Folder 8
Letter, 29 April 1864, Colonel J. B. Terrill, 13th Virginia Infantry, to S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General, C.S.A., concerning the promotion of Lieutenant S. D. Buck to captain.
2 p., ALS. includes endorsements.
Folder 9
Tally sheet, 2 May 1864, for the Confederate States Senate, First Session, Second Congress, commencing 2 May 1864. Sheet is unused.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 9
Letter, 4 May 1864, Captain J. T. Bemaree[?], 8th Florida Regiment, to James M. Baker asking for help in getting new clothes for his regiment.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 9
Letter, 4 May 1864, James A. Seddon, Secretary of War, C.S.A., to Governor William Smith of Virginia concerning the quickly organized troop of men to defend Richmond.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 9
Note, 6 May 1864, from Private John A. Beaty concerning his efforts to transfer from Company F, 3rd Alabama Infantry to Company B, 17th Virginia Infantry. Contains request and supporting documents, including endorsements.
3 leaves, and 2 p., Ms.
Folder 9
Letter, 21 May 1864, Captain L. W. Richardson, Commandant, Eastern District Military Prison [Castle Thunder], Richmond, to Governor William Smith regarding the rations for prisoners held there.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 9
Letter, 21 May 1864, Captain William E. Warren, Quartermaster's Office, C.S.A., Richmond, to Mr. Goddin concerning the rent of buildings in Richmond.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 9
Letter, 23 May 1864, H. L. Clay, Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, Richmond, to Senators Walker and Jemison regarding Colonel E. A. O'Neal.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 9
Letter, 25 May 1864,R. Ranson, Major General, C.S.A., Richmond, to Governor [William] Smith concering troops under Ranson's command in Richmond.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 9
Letter, 30 May 1864, Colonel J. B. Danforth to Governor [William] Smith concerning troops for the defense of Richmond and shoes and clothes for them.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 9
Invoice, 31 May 1864, subsistence stores delivered at Richmond by Captain F. F. Myer, A.C.S., C.S.A. to Captain E. T. Ferrell, A.C.S., C.S.A.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 10
Letter, June 1864, Braxton Bragg, Major General, C.S.A., to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, regarding the militia called out by the President.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 10
Letter, June 1864, Joseph Mayo, Mayor of the city of Richmond, to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, concerning "insubordination" among the black population of the city.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 10
Letter, 4 June 1864, S. L. Neblack, Lake City, [Florida], to Baker informing him of Union incursions and fighting in Florida.
4 p., ALS.
Folder 10
Extract, 8 June 1864, of Special Orders No. 133 ordering Captain James B. Parramore to report to General Robert E. Lee for reassignment, from Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, Richmond, by command of the Secretary of War, by John Withers, Assistant Adjutant General.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 10
Letter, 14 June 1864,J. A. Campbell, Assistant Secretary of War, C.S.A., Richmond, to A. G. Brown, Confederate States Senate, regarding the resignation of Lieutenant Colonel James B. McRae.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 10
Pass, 26 June 1864, issued by Colnel S. Crutchfield, Headquarters, ARtillery, Third Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, for his "servant boy" George Bibey for a round trip from Petersburg, [Virginia], to Richmond and back.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 11
Register of the Officers and Cadets of the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., July 1864, published by Macfarlane & Fergusson, Printers, Richmond, Virginia. No. 4020 in Confederate Imprints.
39 p., printed.
Folder 11
Letter, 15 July 1864, J. E. Mosby, Jr., to "Phil" asking if he would apply to the Governor to allow Mosby to draw flour from the state's stores.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 11
Abstracts of dispatches, 16 July 1864, Joseph Johnston, General, C.S.A. to General Braxton Bragg and President Jefferson Davis detailing military actions of his army in Georgia from 27 Jun to 16 July 1864. Also includes a copy of the official returns from Johnston's army 10 July 1864.
3 p., Ms.
Folder 11
Exemption certificate, 23 July 1864, from the Board of Examiniation exempting James T. Pace of Richmond County, Georgia, from military service.
1 leaf, Ms., copy.
Folder 11
Admittance form, 30 July 1864, Private Michael H. Wells, Company C, 9th Virginia Infantry, admitting him into Chimborazo Hospital, [Richmond].
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 12
Receipt, 23 August 1864, for Pants received by Major William G. Bentley from Captain James F. West, Quartermaster's Department, C.S.A., Richmond.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 13
Exemption certificate, 10 September 1864, from Lieutentant James H. Binford, Conscript Office, Richmond, exempting Robert Healy, Jr., Justice of the Peace, Middlesex County, [Virginia], from military service.
2 p., form filled in and endorsements on back.
Folder 13
Letter, 24 September 1864, James Shuter, Acting President, Southern Express Company, Augusta, Georgia, to J. F. Gibson, Richmond, sending the company's rates (not included).
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 13
Letter, 24 September 1864, R. D. Ward, Richmond, to Governor [William] Smith concerning the case of Ann Edwards and her arrest in Culpeper County, [Virginia], early in the war, and her subsequent release and order to stay in Richmond. Also includes a note from the War Department
3 p., ALS., with endorsements.
Folder 13
Diet roll, 29 September 1864, for Ward K, 3rd Division, Chimborazo Hospital.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 13
Letter, 29 September 1864, H. A. Hamilton, Agent for Southern Express Company, Richmond, to Governor William Smith regarding the company's shipping costs.
2 leaves, ALS.
Folder 13
Letter, 29 September 1864, Henry D. Flood, Lynchburg, [Virginia], to Governor William Smith concerning military exemptions.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, 3 October 1864, James A. Seddon, Secretary of War, C.S.A., Richmond, to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, stating that slaves are needed to work on fortifications around Richmond.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, 3 October 1864,J. F. Gilmer, Major General, Engineer Bureau, C.S.A., Richmond to J. A. Seddon, Secretary of War, Richmond, outlining a plan to requisition slaves to work on fortifications around Richmond.
2 p., daALS.
Folder 14
Extract, 5 October 1864, of Special Orders No. 71, Headquarters Post, Richmond, by command of Major General Kemper, by Garnett Andrews, A.A. General, releasing all slaves and free Negroes working on fortifications and being held in Castle Thunder on account of impressment will be released.
2 p., form filled in with endorsements.
Folder 14
Letter, 5 October 1864, B. I.[?] Johnson, Richmond, to Governor [William] Smith, asking that his slaves Robert and James be released from their impressment to work on fortification.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, 5 October 1865 Governor William Smith to Captain Richardson informing him that Smith is sending someone to oversee the discharge of all slaves and free Negroes unfit to work on fortifications.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, 5 October 1864, Governor William Smith to Colonel Smith asking for a list of all slaves and free Negroes being sent to work on fortifications at Drewery's Bluff.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 14
Notice, 5 October 1864, from Robert M. Taylor that his slave Creed has been impressed to work on fortifications.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 14
Passes, 5 October 1864, issued to "Watson" by Captain William A. Charters, Provost Marshal's Office, Reserve Forces of Virignia, Richmond. Watson is to report to Miles George.
1 leaf, form filled in, two copies.
Folder 14
Note, 5 October 1864, from Thomas Hardgrove to unknown recepient regarding the arrest of his slave Randall.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 14
Telegram, 6 October 1864, Captain C. T. Mason, Drewry's Bluff, to Governor William Smith asking Smith to send the next group of impressed laborers to Chaffin's Bluff.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 14
Letter, 8 October 1864 P. W.[?] Loftbury[?], State Armory, Richmond, to Governor [William] Smith complaining that the production of ammunition at the Confederate States laboratory has stopped.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, 13 October 1864, George W. Munford, Secretary of Commonwealth, Richmond, to Clerk of County Court, Henrico County, [Virginia] sending a copy of "An Act to Amend and Reenact an Act Further to Provide for the Public Defense". Munford's letter is attached to the copy of the act.
3 p., ALS. and printed material.
Folder 14
Letter, 21 October 1864, Colonel John C. Fiser, Savannah, Georgia, to S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General, C.S.A., asking for a promotion to match his command.
2 p., ALS., including endorsements.
Folder 14
Extract, 29 October 1864, of Special Orders No. 317, Headquarters, Department of Richmond, by command of General Ewell, by T. O. Chestney, A. A. General, ordering Captain William English of the Governor's Mounted Guard to report to Governor William Smith.
1 leaf, printed form filled in.
Folder 14
Letter, 29 October 1864, Colonel J. B. Danforth, First Regiment, Virginia Reserves, Camp on New Bridge Road, to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, asking that Captain D. M. Lea's Cavalry be added to his command.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, 31 October 1864, James T. Johnson, Sycamore, [Pittsylvania County,] Virginia, to Governor [William] Smith concerning conscription.
8 p., ALS.
Folder 14
Letter, [probably 5 October] 1864, J. Redford to Lieutenant Gwathmey asking for the release of his slave Nelson.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 15
Absentee voter ballot, November 1864, with accompanying documents supplied by the state of New York, including envelopes, "The Soldiers' Voting Bill of the State of New York: With Instructions from the Secretary of State,", and power of attorney.
2 envelopes, 1 leaf, and 8 p., printed material.
Folder 15
Letter, November 1864, Henry H. Davis, Point Lookout, Maryland, to James M. Baker. Davis, a prisoner of war, asks Baker to obtain some items for him.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 15
Report, 1 November 1864, of George Davis, Attorney General, C.S.A., to President Jefferson Davis, submitting the report of the Superintendent of Public Printing.
6 p., printed.
Folder 15
Letter, 2 November 1864, Samuel E. Dove to Governor [William Smith] concerning his exemption from military service as a druggist. Also contains an endorsement from the governor to Brigadier General Moore on 5 November 1864, and Moore's reply.
1 leaf and 2 p., ALS.
Folder 15
"Memorial at a Meeting for Sufferings for North Carolina Yearly Metting of Friends, held at Deep River Meeting House in Guilford County, N.C., Eleventh month, 4th, 1864,", 4 November 1864, concerning Quakers suffering for refusal to perform military service.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 15
Letter, 9 November 1864, President Jefferson Davis to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, acknowledging the receipt of a copy of resolutions passed at a meeting of governors.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 15
Letter, 16 November 1864, William B. Rodman, Petersburg, to W. T. Dortch concerning his personal and professional situations.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 15
Certificate, 18 November 1864, recommending extension of the furlough of Lieutenant D. E. Barker, Company C, 3rd Arkansas Regiment by the Examining Board, Danville, Virginia.
2 p., form filled in with endorsements.
Folder 15
Letter, 23 November 1864, unknown correspondent to Governor William Smith concerning conditions around Lynchburg, Virginia.
6 p., AMs.
Folder 15
Letter, 23 November 1864, John D. Williams, Fayetteville, to J. M. Baker, Richmond, concerning government finances.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 15
Letter, 26 November 1864, J. H. Myers, Savannah, [Georgia], to James M. Baker, Confederate States Senate, asking for an appointment as midshipman for his son.
3 p., ALS.
Folder 15
Letter, 28 November 1864, Lieutenant A. J. Coffer, Company E, 11th Florida Regiment, Howards Grove Hospital [Virginia], to A. R. Lawton, Brigadier General, Quartermaster General, C.S.A., asking permission to purchase material from the government in order to make a new uniform.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 15
Extract, 29 November 1864, of Special Orders No. 156, Headquarters, Reserve Forces of Virginia, Richmond, by command of Major General Kemper, by J. Mitchel, A.A.G., concerning J. P. Jones.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 15
Letter, 29 November 1864,S. P. Moore, Surgeon General, Richmond, to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, regarding the distillation of fruits into liquor.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 15
Resolution, 30 November 1864, by the General Assembly of Florida regarding Captain J. J. Dickison, Company D, 2nd Florida Cavalry.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 15
Statement, November 1864, in relation to the salaries of the officers of the Senate.
3 leaves, Ms.
Folder 16
Broadside, December 1864, standing committees of Senate of Virginia, extra session. No. 881[?] in More Confederate Imprints.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 16
Message, 7 December 1864, of President Jefferson Davis to the Senate and House of Representatives submitting a communication from the Secretary of War regarding funds needed to meet a deficiency in the appropriation to pay the officers and employees of the War Department.
2 p., printed.
Folder 16
"Report of the the Auditing Board of the State of Virginia", 9 December 1864, document no. XVII of the session of the Virginia General Assembly, 1864-1865. No. 873, document XVII in More Confederate Imprints.
6 p., printed.
Folder 16
Letter, 13 December 1864, J. W. Allan, in trenches near Bermuda Hundred, [Virginia], to "French" describing conditions in the front.
4 p., ALS.
Folder 16
Claim, 15 December 1864, of W. C. Sutton, Attala County, Mississippi, against the Confederate States of America, for slaves, horses, and mules captured.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 16
Letter, 15 December 1864, Lieutenant A. Talbott, Headquarters, 4th Battalion, Local Defense, Chaffin's Farm, [Virginia], to Major T. O. Chestney, A.A.G., Department of Richmond, asking for a furlough.
2 p., ALS., with endorsements
Folder 16
Letter, 16 December 1864,L. H. Fitzhugh, Sergeant-at-Arms and Disbursing Officer, Confederate States Senate, to an unknown recipient sending a bill for advertising.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 16
Letter, 19 December 1864, Captain E. S. Gay, Public Guard, Richmond, to Governor [William] Smith informing Smith that Gay has ordered the leader of the band to report to Smith every music evening.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 16
Letter, 20 December 1864,G. A. Trenholm, Secretary of the Treasury, C.S.A., to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, concerning taxation on banks and railroads, including that part owned by a state.
2 leaves, ALS.
Folder 16
"Report of the Commercial Agent of Virginai with the Accompanying Documents", 21 December 1864, document XIX of the Session of the Virginia General Assembly, 1864-1865. No. 2283 in Confederate Imprints.
12 p., printed
Folder 16
Letter, 27 December 1864, John J. Cohn to A. H. Stephens concerning Alice Moses and her husband.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 16
Letter, 27 December 1864,W. H. Richardson, Adjutant of Virginia, to [William Smith], Governor of Virginia returning to Smith a letter, 26 December 1864 from Lieutenant General R. S. Ewell to J. A. Seddon, Secretary of War, asking for reinforcements.
2 leaves, ALS.
Folder 16
Letter, 29 December 1864, Major General J. B. Gordon, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, to Governor William Smith regarding a promotion for an officer.
4 p. ALS., includes endorsement.
Folder 17
Introductory Lecture Read before the Corps of Cadets, on the Resumption of the Academic Duties of the Virginia Military Institute, at the Alms House, Richmond, Virginia, December 28, 1864, by Francis H. Smith, A.M., Superintendent of the Va. Military Institute, 1865, published by Macfarlane & Fergusson, Printers. No. 4011 in Confederate Imprints.
8 p., printed.
Folder 17
Letter, 7 January 1865,J. L. Kemper, Major General, Headquarters, Reserve Forces of Virginia, to Governor [William] Smith concerning the Reserve Forces.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 8 January 1865, Tazewell McCorkle to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, asking for a promotion to 2nd lieutenant for Company A, 1st Virginia Battalion.
2 p., ALS., with endorsements.
Folder 17
Letter, 9 January 1865, Captain A. Graham, Rockbridge Artillery, recommending Tazewell McCorkle for a promotion.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 16 January 1865, William F. Thompson, Richmond, to Governor [William] Smith asking for a promotion for his son Nortwin F. Thompson. Includes recommendations from Francis H. Smith; B. R. Johnson, Major General; J. L. Kemper, Major General; Thomas W. Gholson, A. T. Caperton, and R. M. T. Hunter.
3 p., ALS.
Montgomery Daily Mail, 31 January 1865, Montgomery Alabama. No. 5223 in Confederate Imprints
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
2 p., printed
Folder 17
Letter, February 1865, Mary Covington, Campbell County, [Virginia] to [Governor William Smith] regarding her destitute condition.
2 p., ALS. and wrapper.
Folder 17
Letter of commendation, 2 February 1865, for Private Edward R. Roxbury, Company H, 17th Virginia Infantry, by Colonel Arthur Herbert commanding 17th Virginia, and M. D. Corse, Brigadier General. Herbert's commendation was written December 1864 and Corse's 2 February 1865.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 17
Wrapper, 4 February 1865, for letter to Governor William Smith regarding an exemption for D. L. Crittenden of Fauquier County. Letter not included.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 17
"Message of the President", 6 February 1865,"to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Confederate States of America" submitting the report of the commissioners to confer with the President of the United States with a view to the restoration of peace. No. 637 in Confederate Imprints.
4 p., printed.
Folder 17
Letter, 9 February 1865, John B. A. Dimtry, Chief Clerk, Post Office Department, Richmond, to James M. Baker, Chairman of Senate Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads sending a copy of a letter, 8 April 1865, from John H. Reagan, Postmaster General, to Frank B. Sexton, Chairman of the House Committee of Post Offices and Post Roads, regarding the taking of postage stamps by the enemy.
1 leaf and 2 p., ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 13 February 1865, Brigadier General Joseph R. Davis, Brigade Headquarters, to "Gentlemen" sending a resolution from his brigade concerning the use of African Americans as soldiers. Resolution not included.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 14 February 1865,J. A. Campbell, Assistant Secretary of War, to A. T. Caperton, Confederate States Senate, acknowledging receipt of Caperton's letter regarding recruitment of foreigners.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 15 February 1865, Sarah Bryant, Bedford County, [Virginia], to Governor William Smith regarding her being destitute.
3 p., ALS., including wrapper.
Folder 17
Receipt, 16 February 1865, Southern Express Company issued to W. T. Dortch, Richmond, for money forwarded to Colonel William B. Rodman.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 17
Letter, 20 February 1865, George C. Vanderslice, Batesville, Albemarle County, [Virginia], to R. M. T. Hunter, Richmond, asking about the peace conference Hunter attended.
3 p., ALS.
Folder 17
Circular letter, 21 February 1865, from soldiers in Pickett's Division who reside in Buckingham County, [Virginia], requesting that William M. Cabell allow them to use his name as a candidate for the House of Delegates. Includes Cabell's reply in the affirmative.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 17
Extract, 21 February 1865, of Special Orders No. 43, Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, by command of the Secretary of War, by John Withers, Assistant Adjutant General, assigning Private Richard Buck to the Quartermaster's Department and to report to the quartermaster in Lake City, Florida.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 17
Telegram, 21 February 1865, General P. G. T. Beauregard, Rock Hill, [South Carolina], to Colonel S. Bassett French referring French to the Quartermaster General.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 17
Claims report, 22 February 1865, W. H. S. Taylor, Auditor, C.S.A., by T. Calvert, Chief Division, Deceased Soldiers, Treasury Department, C.S.A., Richmond, to A. H. Garland, Confederate States Senate, Richmond, concerning the claim of Rebecca Giles, widow of Oliver D. Giles of company A, 33rd Arkansas.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 17
Telegram, 24 February 1865,W. H. Jackson, Brigadier General, Verona, [Mississippi], to I. G. Harris, Governor [of Tennessee] regarding his efforts for promotion.
1 leaf, form filled in.
Folder 17
Letter, 25 February 1865, an unknown Confederate soldier in the Army of Northern Virginia to Senator R. M. T. Hunter concerning the state of the army.
4 p., AMs.
Folder 17
Letter, 4 March 1865,R. S. Ewell, Lieutenant General, Headquarters, Department of Richmond, Richmond, to Governor William Smith regarding rasing a force to protect the city of Richmond in case of a sudden emergency.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 13 March 1865, F. L. Benson, Petersburg, to William Smith, Governor of Virginia, stating that he is an indigent soldier whose home, Portsmouth, is behind enemy lines, and asking if he and his family qualify for assistance.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 17
Letter, 17 March 1865, Governor William Smith to J. F. Slaughter regarding Slaughter's proposition on domestic manufactures.
2 p., ALS.
Folder 17
Wrapper, 17 March 1865, for letter to Governor William Smith concerning Camp Winder Hospital adn containing endorsement of Lieutenant General Richard Stoddert Ewell.
1 leaf, Ms.
Daily Constitutional Whig, 24 March 1865, Augusta, Georgia. No. 5158 in Confederate Imprints.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
4 p., printed.
Folder 17
Letter, 4 May 1865, Henry Chiles, Richmond, to Captain Beckwith, United States Army, asking for permission to continue running his saloon.
2 leaves, ALS., one a copy.
Folder 17
Letter, 10 May 1865, Ellen O'Keeffe, Richmond, to General Patrick, Provost Marshall, United States Army, asking for permission to reopen her store.
1 leaf, ALS.
Richmond Whig, June 1865, Richmond, copy of message of Francis H. Pierpont, Governor of Virginia, to the general assembly meeting in extra session.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
1 leaf, printed.
Richmond Times, 15 August 1865, Richmond.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
8 p., printed.
Folder 17
Act, 1865, concerning free Negroes and slaves who may be organized as soldiers. In the Virginia General Assembly.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 17
Resolution, 1865, authorizing the Sergeant-at-Arms to pay postage on letters and newspapers directed to members of the Senate. By James H. Nash, Secretary, [Confederate States] Senate.
1 leaf, Ms.
Richmond Enquirer, 31 January 1875, Richmond.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56
4 p., printed.
Folder 18
Act, n.d., for the compensation of female clerks and employees of the government by the Congress of the Confederate States.
2 leaves, Ms.
Folder 18
Broadside, n.d.,"Slavery", by C. C. T., communicated for the Southern Friend.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 18
Business card, n.d., of Charles A. Rose, attorney-at-law and notary public, Richmond, Virginia.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 18
Business card, n.d., of the Maltby House, City Point, Virginia.
1 leaf, printed.
Folder 18
Circular letter, n.d., program at the Barnum Museum displaying an "original secessionist."
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 18
axioms, n.d., compilation of miscellaneous axioms concerning the Civil War.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 18
Bills, n.d., two $5, one $10, one $20, one $50, and one $100 Confederate notes.
12 p.
Folder 18
Letter, n.d., G. U.[?] Tr[?] to G. A. Henry inviting him to dinner.
1 leaf, ALS.
Folder 18
Letter, n.d., William Old, Jr., to an unknown recipient complaining about army officers, taxes, and other matters.
2 p., ALS., incomplete.
Folder 18
List, n.d., of ministers in Richmond, Virginia.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 18
Joint resolution, n.d., of the Congress of the Confederate States of America regarding the claims of Zedekiah McDaniel of Kentucky and Francis M. Ewing of Mississippi.
1 leaf, Ms.
Folder 18
Summary, n.d., of Naval losses of the United States Navy and Confederate States Navy.
2 leaves, Ms.
Nonassigned bonds, n.d., authorized by the act of the Confederate Congress, 20 February 1863. Included are $100, $500, and $1,000 bonds.
Physical Location: Located in oversize, box 56.
3 items, printed.
Folder 19
"To the People of Georgia", n.d., from the Columbian.
1 leaf, 2 p., 1 original and 1 photocopy.
Folder 19
"Visit from St. Nicholas" by Clement C. Moore, n.d., from the Daily Union.
1 leaf, 2 p., 1 original and 1 photocopy.
Folder 19
Article, n.d., on difficulties in purchasing goods from farmers in southwestern Virginia and taxing them. From an unknown newspaper
2 leaves, 2 p., 1 original and 2 photocopies.
Folder 19
Poems, n.d., from unidentified newspapers. "The Flag of Our Union,""I Love to Live,""I Live to Love,""Lines to a Lady," and "Long Ago."
4 leaves, 1 original, 3 photocopies.
Folder 19
"Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Richmond Enquirer", 25 December 1859.
1 leaf, in fragments.
Folder 20
Treasury forms, n.d,. blank.
8 forms.
Folder 21
Form letter, n.d., asking to begin daily sessions of the Confederate House of Representatives with a prayer.
1 leaf, blank form.
Folder 21
Form letter, n.d., asking to begin daily sessions of the Confederate Senate with a prayer.
9 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Forms, 1865, for listing payments for letters sent from Richmond, Virginia.
6 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Passes, n.d., for the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad.
1 leaf, blank forms.
Folder 21
Passes, 1864, from the Provost Marshal of the Union army. Eleven passes are marked "Pass to Baltimore, Md.", the twelfth notes that the pass is good for return if only countersigned by the Provost Marshal in Washington, D.C.
12 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Oaths of Allegiance, n.d., to the United States.
3 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Form letter, 1865, ordering officers to forward descriptive lists and pay and clothing accounts of men in the U.S. General Hospital at Fortress Monroe, Virginia.
13 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Form, n.d., from Office of the Confederate States Senate certifying payment for services to the Senate.
3 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Requisition form, n.d., for the Confederate States Senate.
1 leaf, blank form.
Folder 21
Drafts, n.d., on the Treasure of the Confederate States.
2 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Passes, 1865, for enlisted men in the Union army to pass within Richmond city limits at all hours.
3 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Checks, n.d., on the Treasurer of the Confederate States.
3 leaves, blank forms (2 white, 1 blue).
Folder 21
Certification, n.d., for documents of the Confederate States.
2 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Transportation invoices, 1864, for the Confederate States of America.
3 leaves, blank forms.
Folder 21
Card, 1865, for rent of box at the Richmond post office.
1 leaf, blank form.
Folder 21
Miscellaneous items, n.d., being presentation cards and scraps of letters.
10 leaves and 2 p.
Folder 21
Letterhead, n.d., from "State of Virginia, Executive Department, Richmond."
2 blank sheets.
Folder 21
Blank sheet of paper.
Folder 22
Photograph, n.d., of Captain John Tayloe of King George County, [Virginia].
1 photograph and 1 photocopy.
Folder 22
Print, [ca. 1862], of Union Generals.
1 leaf.
Folder 22
Print, n.d.,"Attack on the Massachusetts 6th at Baltimore, April 19th, 1861."
1 leaf.
Folder 22
Print, n.d.,"Napoleon I. Meditating on the Eve of the Battle of Austerlitz."
1 leaf.
Folder 22
Print, n.d., frontspiece from a "Forget Me Not Album."
1 leaf.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., addressed to Mr. Nash, Secretary of the Senate from the Confederate War Department.
1 envelope.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., addressed to Hon. James M. Baker, C. S. Senate, Richmond, Virginia, from Executive Department, Tallahassee, Florida.
1 envelope.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., addressed to Hon. James M. Baker, Chairman of Senate Committee on Post-offices and Post-roads from Confederate Postmaster General.
1 envelope.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., addressed to the Military Commanders at Lexington and other points in Kentucky from the Confederate Navy, Office of Ordnance and Hydrography.
1 envelope.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., addressed to Hon. Allen T. Caperton, C. S. Senate from Confederate Department of State.
1 envelope.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., addressed to Hon. Messrs. Walker and Jaimeson [Jemison], C. S. Senate, Richmond, from Confederate Adjutant and Inspector General's Office.
1 envelope.
Folder 23
Envelope, n.d., from Executive Department, Virginia, no address.
1 envelope.
Folder 24
Confederate blank stationary.

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Baker
  • Ewell
  • Jemison
  • Kemper
  • Moore
  • Patrick
  • Richardson
  • Singleton
  • Walker
  • A. Graham
  • A. G. Brown
  • A. G. Reger
  • A. H. Garland
  • A. H. Stephens
  • A. R. Lawton
  • A. T. Caperton
  • A. Talbott
  • Alexander H. Stevens
  • B. R. Johnson
  • C. B. Mitchell
  • C. G. Meminger
  • Fitz Lee
  • G. A. Henry
  • G. A. Trenholm
  • G. W. Hansbrough
  • I. G. Harris
  • J. A. Campbell
  • J. A. Seddon
  • J. B. Gordon
  • J. B. Terrill
  • J. F. Gilmer
  • J. L. Kemper
  • J. M. Baker
  • J. P. Benjamin
  • Kemper, by J. Mitchel, A.A.G., concerning J. P. Jones
  • L. H. Fitzhugh
  • L. W. Richardson
  • M. D. Corse
  • M. G. Harman
  • P. G. T. Beauregard
  • R. Ranson
  • R. H. Chilton
  • R. S. Ewell
  • R. W. Walker
  • S. Cooper
  • S. P. Moore
  • S. P. Moore, Surgeon General, C.S.A., Richmond, to James M. Baker, Richmond, regarding Reverend William K. Kennedy as a chaplain for the Florida hospital.
  • S. R. Anderson
  • T. B. Starke
  • W. H. Jackson
  • W. H. Richardson
  • W. T. Dortch