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Items Related To The United Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary (Mss 5 B1 F7), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1945

Items Related To The United Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary (Mss 5 B1 F7), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Items collected by Bowling Green, Kentucky clubwoman Mackie E. (Smith) Bennett related to the United Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary. The finding aid can be downloaded using the "Download" button and full-text scans of the material can be accessed by clicking on the "Additional Files" below.


Clark, Samuel, 1870-1934 (Sc 526), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1898

Clark, Samuel, 1870-1934 (Sc 526), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Finding aid for Manuscripts Small Collection 526. Papers related to Samuel Clark, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Captain of Co. B, 3rd Kentucky Infantry U.S.V. during the Spanish-American War. Papers include muster roll, roll call book, Clark’s discharge and pension papers, photo of Clark in uniform, Clark family genealogy, and miscellaneous items. The muster roll, pension papers, and photograph have been scanned and can be accessed by clicking on the "Additional Files" below. Company B hailed from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Information on the muster roll includes name, rank, age, physical description, hometown, where enrolled, who subscribed the oath ...


Notecards Containing Service Record Information For Spanish-American War Soldiers From Bowling Green, Kentucky (Mss 349 B17), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1898

Notecards Containing Service Record Information For Spanish-American War Soldiers From Bowling Green, Kentucky (Mss 349 B17), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Notecards with military service related information compiled by Elizabeth Coombs, librarian at the Kentucky Library, for soldiers who served in the Spanish-American War, specifically Company B of the Third Kentucky Volunteer Infantry. Company B was raised in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The cards are arranged alphabetically.