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Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F, to his father and mother of Clinton, New York, from U S Hammond Hospital, May 27, 1864
Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F
Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his father from Elk River, Tennessee, January 14, 1864
Report of a guard mounted at Fort Alexander on the 12th of Sept. and relieved on the 13th of Sept. [September 13, 1862]
Acknowledgement of the receipt of clothing, dated 1862
Letter from Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, to his mother, Camp near the Rapidan River, Virginia, October 5, 1863
Letter from Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, to his father [Morris Brown], June 20, 1864
A Voice from Heaven [newspaper clipping]
Letter written by Rush P. Cady, lieutenant in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his parents of Rome, New York, from Washington, District of Columbia, August 28, 1862
Subpoena, signed by Captain and Judge Advocate C.D. Benedict, February 17, 1863
Journal of John Humphrey, April 1863 - March 1865
Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F, to his father and mother of Clinton, New York, from Camp Distribution, April 8, 1864
Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his aunt and uncle from Near Sandy Hook, Maryland, October 11, 1862
Letter from George A. Byington to his cousin and aunt, Camp on the Jones Farm near Petersburgh, Virginia, June 26, 1864 (copy)
Letter from Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, to his parents, Morris, Sr. and Maria C. Brown, from Annapolis, Maryland, September 23, 1862
Letter written by J. T. Goodfellow to private George W. Pearl, a soldier in the New York 117th Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the American Civil War Camp near Beverly's Ford, near Brandy Station, Virginia, August 30, 1863
Letter written by Rush P. Cady, lieutenant in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his brother Gustavus, from Camp on the Potomac, near the battlefield of Antietam, September 25, 1862
Military order, signed by Lieutenant Colonel and A.D.C. J. A. Haskin, December 21, 1862
Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F, to his father and mother of Clinton, New York, from Elmira, August 28, 1863
Letter written by Dwight W. Stannard, private in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment from Fairfax Seminary Hospital to his wife on July 17, 1862
Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his uncle and aunt from Elk River, Tennessee, January 15, 1864
Letter from Smith [Brown], 126th New York Infantry, to his parents, Morris, Sr. and Maria C. Brown, from Madison, Wisconsin, July 8, 1864
Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F, to his father and mother of Clinton, New York, from City Landing, Virginia, May 7, 1864
Letter written by Rush P. Cady, lieutenant in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his parents of Rome, New York, from Headquarters 97th- N.Y.V. Catletts, Virginia, June 25, 1863