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Requisition For Stationary (No. 38). 88th O.V.I. Co. B. (July-September 1864), United States. Army. Quartermaster's Dept. Jun 1864

Requisition For Stationary (No. 38). 88th O.V.I. Co. B. (July-September 1864), United States. Army. Quartermaster's Dept.

Military Records

Formal request for Stationary for S.C. Pemberton, 2nd Lt. Cmdr., Co. B. 88th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (No. 1, July-September 1864)


Requisition For Stationary (No. 38). 88th O.V.I. Co. I. (July-September 1864), United States. Army. Quartermaster's Dept. Jun 1864

Requisition For Stationary (No. 38). 88th O.V.I. Co. I. (July-September 1864), United States. Army. Quartermaster's Dept.

Military Records

Formal request for Stationary for J.H. Cruthers, Asst. Surgeon, Co. I, 88th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. (No. 3, July-September 1864)


Letter From John H. Patterson To His Mother Julia On June 28, 1864, John H. Patterson Jun 1864

Letter From John H. Patterson To His Mother Julia On June 28, 1864, John H. Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

This brief letter was written by Robert Patterson to his mother Julia on June 28, 1864. In the letter he thanks her for sending money and says he is happy with the work he is doing in the Quarter Master's department at Fort Marshall.


Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia On June 28, 1864, William Patterson Jun 1864

Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia On June 28, 1864, William Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

William Patterson wrote this letter to his mother Julia from the field hospital on June 28, 1864. He discusses his illness and the regiments involved in the Atlanta Campaign.


Letter To Stephen Patterson From A Friend, George Winters, Dated June 28, 1864, George Winters Jun 1864

Letter To Stephen Patterson From A Friend, George Winters, Dated June 28, 1864, George Winters

Patterson Family Correspondence

This letter was written to Stephen Patterson by a friend, George Winters, on June 28, 1864. In the letter the friend describes his work and daily life.


The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 51): June 24, 1864, Maxham & Wing Jun 1864

The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 51): June 24, 1864, Maxham & Wing

The Waterville Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Eastern Mail (July 1847-August 1863).
Published weekly, September 4, 1863 - May 9, 1906.
Publishers: Maxham & Wing (1863 - December 2,1885); Ephraim Maxham (December 1885); Wing & Wing (January 1886 - March 21, 1891); Charles G. Wing (March 21, 1891 - April 17, 1891); Prince & Wyman (April 17, 1891 - February 26, 1896); The Mail Publishing Company (February 26, 1896 - May 9, 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1209701~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486964


Letter From William Patterson To His Mother, Julia Dated June 21, 1864, William Patterson Jun 1864

Letter From William Patterson To His Mother, Julia Dated June 21, 1864, William Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

No abstract provided.


Letter: W.E. Johnson To Lt. R.J. "Robt" Cunningham, June 18, 1864, W. E. Johnson Jun 1864

Letter: W.E. Johnson To Lt. R.J. "Robt" Cunningham, June 18, 1864, W. E. Johnson

W.E. Johnson Papers

No abstract provided.


The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 50): June 17, 1864, Maxham & Wing Jun 1864

The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 50): June 17, 1864, Maxham & Wing

The Waterville Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Eastern Mail (July 1847-August 1863).
Published weekly, September 4, 1863 - May 9, 1906.
Publishers: Maxham & Wing (1863 - December 2,1885); Ephraim Maxham (December 1885); Wing & Wing (January 1886 - March 21, 1891); Charles G. Wing (March 21, 1891 - April 17, 1891); Prince & Wyman (April 17, 1891 - February 26, 1896); The Mail Publishing Company (February 26, 1896 - May 9, 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1209701~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486964


Letter, 1864 June 17, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley Jun 1864

Letter, 1864 June 17, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley

Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)

Letter to Oscar Ladley's mother and sisters from Jacksonville, Florida. In his letter Oscar writes about the abundance of orange groves in Florida, not having his efforts to capture a vessel recognized in the local papers, the weather there, and more.


Letter From Marshall Blair Clason To His Father, Marshall Blair Clason Jun 1864

Letter From Marshall Blair Clason To His Father, Marshall Blair Clason

The Letters of Marshall Clason

Marshall's corps has endured "a great deal of firing" on its march to Atlanta and he describes some of the violence he has seen. The campaign's progress is slow, but the number of surrendering and deserting Confederate soldiers he has witnessed give Marshall the impression that the Union will be successful in capturing Atlanta, precipitating the end of the war. He advises against his brother George applying for a clerkship with the army or otherwise leaving his current position. In spite of the sacrifice, Marshall argues that "the war has lasted too long to be abandoned." He intends ...


Letter To Stephen Patterson From J.J. Kirse, Dated June 13, 1864, J. J. Kirse Jun 1864

Letter To Stephen Patterson From J.J. Kirse, Dated June 13, 1864, J. J. Kirse

Patterson Family Correspondence

This letter was written to Stephen Patterson by an acquaintance, J.J. Kirse, on June 13, 1864. In the letter the friend discusses recent social events and invites Stephen to visit.


[Letter], 1864, June 12, Kate [Porter] [To] Alan Cameron Jun 1864

[Letter], 1864, June 12, Kate [Porter] [To] Alan Cameron

RIUSC Correspondence Collection

A family correspondence written by Kate, sister of Allen Cameron, from Springvale, Wisconsin. Acknowledgment of Cameron's military advancement and poor health; familial updates including of brother Walter; updates on costs of everyday items.

One entry: dated June 12, 1864

Handwritten; 1 folded sheet (4 p.); 20 x 25 cm. folded to 20 x 12.5 cm.


The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 49): June 10, 1864, Maxham & Wing Jun 1864

The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 49): June 10, 1864, Maxham & Wing

The Waterville Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Eastern Mail (July 1847-August 1863).
Published weekly, September 4, 1863 - May 9, 1906.
Publishers: Maxham & Wing (1863 - December 2,1885); Ephraim Maxham (December 1885); Wing & Wing (January 1886 - March 21, 1891); Charles G. Wing (March 21, 1891 - April 17, 1891); Prince & Wyman (April 17, 1891 - February 26, 1896); The Mail Publishing Company (February 26, 1896 - May 9, 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1209701~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486964


Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter Jun 1864

Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter

Harvey Collection Letters

George sends his regards to Thomas and tells Francis he anticipates a "big fight" with Confederates fortified nearby.


Letter From Robert Patterson To His Mother, Julia Dated June 9, 1864, Robert Patterson Jun 1864

Letter From Robert Patterson To His Mother, Julia Dated June 9, 1864, Robert Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

Robert Patterson wrote this letter to his mother on June 9, 1864 from Georgia. In the letter he talks about the travels and battles of his troops, General Sherman's leadership, and shares his reflections on the life of a soldier.


Letter, 1864 June 5, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley Jun 1864

Letter, 1864 June 5, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley

Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)

Letter to Oscar Ladley's mother and sisters from Camp Fort Paten, Florida. Oscar writes about the fruit, vegetation, and game in Florida. He also writes about being placed in command of Company E, and that if he were in the Navy instead of the Army, he would be rewarded for contraband he confiscated.


The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 48): June 3, 1864, Maxham & Wing Jun 1864

The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 48): June 3, 1864, Maxham & Wing

The Waterville Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Eastern Mail (July 1847-August 1863).
Published weekly, September 4, 1863 - May 9, 1906.
Publishers: Maxham & Wing (1863 - December 2,1885); Ephraim Maxham (December 1885); Wing & Wing (January 1886 - March 21, 1891); Charles G. Wing (March 21, 1891 - April 17, 1891); Prince & Wyman (April 17, 1891 - February 26, 1896); The Mail Publishing Company (February 26, 1896 - May 9, 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1209701~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486964


Letter To Julia Patterson From An Unidentified Person Dated June 3, 1864, Unknown Jun 1864

Letter To Julia Patterson From An Unidentified Person Dated June 3, 1864, Unknown

Patterson Family Correspondence

This partial letter was sent to Julia Patterson from an unknown author dated June 3, 1864. In the letter the sender talks about daily life and the possible sale of the Patterson farm.


Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia Written From The Field Of Battle On June 1, 1864, William Patterson Jun 1864

Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia Written From The Field Of Battle On June 1, 1864, William Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

Letter from William Patterson to his mother Julia written from the field on June 1, 1864. In this brief note he reassures her that he is unhurt.


Letter From John H. Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated June 1, 1864, John H. Patterson May 1864

Letter From John H. Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated June 1, 1864, John H. Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

Letter from John H. Patterson to his mother Julia dated June 1, 1864. In the letter John describes a recent visit to Baltimore from his post at Fort Worthington. He describes various sights in Baltimore, including Federal Hill and Druid Hill Park.


Letter From Augustin Hibbard To [William Hibbard] 1864 May 30, Augustin Hibbard May 1864

Letter From Augustin Hibbard To [William Hibbard] 1864 May 30, Augustin Hibbard

Gold Rush Life

Victoria May 30th 1864 Dear Brother When I wrote you in January I did not think that I should allow so long a time to lapse before writing you again. But the prospect of my selling out here, and going home, which I fully advised you of at that time, has resulted in nothing but disapointment [disappointment], and has kept me in such a state of uncertainty and doubt that I had been expecting from week to week would be put an end to that I have delayed writing you much longer than I ought, or will again. The ...


Letter From John Mcgee To Francis P. Porter, John Mcgee May 1864

Letter From John Mcgee To Francis P. Porter, John Mcgee

Harvey Collection Letters

James (?) McGee describes travel and camps on the way to Havre de Grace, Maryland to guard a boat


The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 47): May 27, 1864, Maxham & Wing May 1864

The Waterville Mail (Vol. 17, No. 47): May 27, 1864, Maxham & Wing

The Waterville Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Eastern Mail (July 1847-August 1863).
Published weekly, September 4, 1863 - May 9, 1906.
Publishers: Maxham & Wing (1863 - December 2,1885); Ephraim Maxham (December 1885); Wing & Wing (January 1886 - March 21, 1891); Charles G. Wing (March 21, 1891 - April 17, 1891); Prince & Wyman (April 17, 1891 - February 26, 1896); The Mail Publishing Company (February 26, 1896 - May 9, 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1209701~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486964


Letter To Julia Patterson From M.L. (Mary) Johnston Dated May 25, 1864, Mary L. Johnston May 1864

Letter To Julia Patterson From M.L. (Mary) Johnston Dated May 25, 1864, Mary L. Johnston

Patterson Family Correspondence

This letter was sent to Julia Patterson from M.L. (Mary) Johnston dated May 25, 1864. In the letter, Mary discusses family and mutual acquaintances and invites Julia to visit.


Letter To Stephen Patterson From A Friend, Jim, Dated May 25, 1864, Jim May 1864

Letter To Stephen Patterson From A Friend, Jim, Dated May 25, 1864, Jim

Patterson Family Correspondence

Letter to Stephen Patterson from a friend, Jim, dated May 25, 1864. In the letter the friend talks about mutual acquaintances and his social life in New York.


Letter: W.E. Johnson To W.E. Johnson, Sr., May 29, 1864, W. E. Johnson May 1864

Letter: W.E. Johnson To W.E. Johnson, Sr., May 29, 1864, W. E. Johnson

W.E. Johnson Papers

No abstract provided.


Letter From William L. Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated May 21, 1864, William Patterson May 1864

Letter From William L. Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated May 21, 1864, William Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

William Patterson wrote this letter to his mother Julia on May 21, 1864 from Cassville, Georgia. He writes that they have won two battles and briefly discusses their operations.


Letter From Robert Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated May 21, 1864, Robert Patterson May 1864

Letter From Robert Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated May 21, 1864, Robert Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

This letter was written from Robert Patterson to his mother Julia on May 21, 1864. He describes the hardships of marching and the challenges of fighting in Georgia. He shares his thoughts on the local citizens' attitudes and responses to their presence, and says he believes the "days of the Southern confederacy are numbered."


Special Order (21 May 1864), Leonidas Polk (1806-1864), Douglas West May 1864

Special Order (21 May 1864), Leonidas Polk (1806-1864), Douglas West

Military Records

Orders for Confederate troop formation