Health and Medicine

18 Civil War dispatches, extracts, and general orders issued by U.S. Navy November 1861-June 1862 Unassociated Civil War Documents: Miscellaneous Dates Military document
1st Lieutenant James J. Lowell on crutches ca. 1861 Unassociated Photographs of the Civil War Photograph
A. J. Lincoln to William S. Clark introducing Mrs. Stone who will be coming to care for her husband 4 April 1862 Collection of E. Wyman Stone Correspondence
A. O. Taylor to Joseph M. Maitland discussing several parties he has attended recently and the "grand time" he is having with all the women 30 March 1864 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
A. P. Kessler to Mary L. Kessler requesting that she visit their friends and let him know in advance when she is ready to come home also discusses various townspeople and family members 1 December 1863 Collection of Thomas J. Kessler, G company, 1st regiment, Michigan, sharpshooters Correspondence
A. S. McKinney to Erastus R. McKinney regarding McKinney's hip wound 22 April 1862 Collection of Erastus R. McKinney, I company, 11th regiment, Illinois, infantry Correspondence
A. W. Tibbits to Joseph M. Maitland about his travels as a minister, attempts at "conversions", horses and his family's bout of whooping cough 23 May 1885 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
A.A. Moulton to Enoch Q. Fellows explaining he wishes to appoint Fellows the regiment's surgeon 22 June 1862 Collection of Enoch Q. Fellows, field and staff, 3rd regiment, New Hampshire, infantry Correspondence
A.B. Sperling to A.F. Williams about his lost right arm 29 May 1866 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
A.F. Williams to J.W. Sullivan about patents and commissions on artificial limb sales 1 June 1865 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
A.J. Swift to Aaron Jeffery asking for news of family 15 June [1901] Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works Correspondence
A.W. Thompson to Father, Mother and Brother explaining that he is currently in hospital 15 December 1862 Collection of Enoch Q. Fellows, field and staff, 3rd regiment, New Hampshire, infantry Correspondence
Aaron Burr to Theodosia B. Burr on his daughter's health 7 June 1794 Documents Relating to 1794 Correspondence
Aaron Hobart Sr. to Aaron Hobart regarding business matters 26 September 1817 Aaron Hobart Collection Correspondence
Aaron Hobart Sr. to Aaron Hobart regarding a legal case and the health of an acquaintance 12 August 1816 Aaron Hobart Collection Correspondence
Aaron Jeffery to unknown about his wife and daughter's health 21 February 1896 Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works Correspondence
Abigail Adams to Richard Rush introducing Reverend Coleman 5 December 1816 Documents Relating to 1816 Correspondence
Abijah Hammond to Henry Knox on his health, the death of Knox's two children and business 29 May 1796 The Henry Knox Papers [0130] April-June 1796 Correspondence; Business and financial document
Abner Jones to Matthew Wood 14 June 1883 Collection of Matthew Wood, C company, 9th regiment, Ohio, Cavalry Correspondence
Abner Knowles to Henry Knox about a settler family in Sandy Stream 29 October 1801 The Henry Knox Papers [0145] January-May 1801 Correspondence; Land transaction document
Abner Lincoln to Henry Knox introducing Isaiah Cushing, a physician who wished to settle in Thomaston 30 November 1802 The Henry Knox Papers [0150] July-December 1802 Correspondence
Abraham Bogart to his wife regarding Morris Island 29 August 1863 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1863 Correspondence
Abraham Lincoln to Benjamin B. French reporting the results of a meeting with Secretary of War Stanton 19 August 1863 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1863 Correspondence
Abraham Lincoln to Dr. Robert King Stone re: prescription for Mrs. Lincoln's headache 26 May 1864 Documents Relating to the 1860s Correspondence
Abraham Lincoln to Edwin M. Stanton regarding transport to return black colonists from Haiti 1 February 1864 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1864 Correspondence
Abraham Lincoln to Gideon Welles re: furnishing coal for the Government 6 September 1864 Documents Relating to the 1860s Correspondence
Abraham Lincoln to Lewis M. Hays on the subject of a law suit 27 October 1852 Documents Relating to 1852 Correspondence; Legal document
Abram Bogart to Mary M. Bogart and children reporting that his is well and working at a hospital taking care of the sick 7 June 1865 Collection of Abram Bogart Correspondence
Abram Bogart to Mary M. Bogart expressing his opinion that the army did not care about its soldiers 12 September 1863 Collection of Abram Bogart Correspondence
Absolute Money 1868 Greenback Party: pieces of campaign ephemera including circulars and "money" Miscellany
Abstinence pledge card 23 September 1842 Collection of correspondence of the North Family Non-governmental organization document
Account between Doctor [William?] Pollard and Henry Knox May-September 1776 The Henry Knox Papers [0013] May-June 1776 Business and financial document
Account between John Winn and J. M. Wills 15 May 1823 Middlesex County Virginia documents Business and financial document
Account between John Winn and J. N. Wills ca. 1820 Middlesex County Virginia documents Business and financial document
Account of the campaign of September and October 1777 including a report on the Battle of Paoli 16 September - 16 October 1777 The Henry Knox Papers [0018] September-December 1777 Military document
Account of Henry Livingston 8 September 1783 The Livingston Family Papers [087] 1783 Business and financial document
Account of hospital stores delivered 9 August 1756 Documents Relating to 1754-1764 Military document
Account of men left sick from the 17th regiment of Captain Ebenezer Bissell's company 16 August 1776 Documents Relating to 1776 Military document
The account of Otis & Henly, to ascertain the amount of clothing supplied by them 15 June 1781 The Henry Knox Papers [0030] June 1781 Military document
Account of Robert Livingston 10 September 1725 The Livingston Family Papers [057] September-December 1725 Business and financial document
Account of Robert Livingston 8 November 1725 The Livingston Family Papers [057] September-December 1725 Business and financial document
Account of Robert Livingston 15 May 1790 The Livingston Family Papers [094] January-September 1790 Business and financial document
Account of Robert Livingston with John Nicolls' wife 14 July 1724 The Livingston Family Papers [055] June-December 1724 Business and financial document
An account of the yellow fever outbreak in Philadelphia 11-14 October 1793 The Henry Knox Papers [0120] October-December 1793 Government document
Accounts for Dr. Andrew Clow 1790-1793 Undated Documents Relating to the Post-Revolutionary Era Business and financial document
Accounts for Jabez Champlin due from the estate of Joseph and William Wanton 1766-1787 Documents Relating to 1765-1774 Business and financial document
An act relative to the troops 29 March 1790 The Henry Knox Papers [0094] January-March 1790 Government document
Adam M. Hallidy to Margaret McClelland Hallidy regarding his concerns for her health 11 February 1865 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1865 Correspondence
Address of the President on the occasion of his fifty-second birthday anniversary 30 January 1934 Documents Relating to the 1930s Government document
Address of W.G. Harding, Before Railway Business Association c.a. 10 December 1914 Documents Relating to the 1910s Correspondence
Affadavit regarding the imprisonment of Jeremiah Sullivan and two other sailors on the African coast 4 February 1858 William McBlair collection Legal document; Military document
Affidavit requesting information for a pension application ca. 1861-1877 Collection of Frank C. Stout Legal document
Affidavit to Origin of Disability 6 October 1891 Collection of Ethan A. Jenks, Company I, Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers Legal document; Military document
Albert Petters to Sarah Ogden regarding camp life 10 April 1863 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Albert Smith to Aaron Hobart discussing family and local news 11 February 1822 Aaron Hobart Collection Correspondence
Albert Smith to Aaron Hobart regarding the country's finances and current affairs 28 December 1821 Aaron Hobart Collection Correspondence
Albert to Father 19 October 1862 Letters from a Union soldier called Albert Correspondence
Albert to Sister Sophia 16 October 1862 Letters from a Union soldier called Albert Correspondence
Albert to Sister Sophia 22 October 1862 Letters from a Union soldier called Albert Correspondence
Albert to Sister Sophia 5 April Letters from a Union soldier called Albert Correspondence
Albert to Wilbur 16 July 1862 Letters from a Union soldier called Albert Correspondence
Albion Whitaker to Sarah Ogden regarding his health and the Hospital's closing 21 March 1864 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Alex Anderson to his wife regarding naval engagements 2 November 1781 Documents Relating to 1781 Correspondence
Alex S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding mutual friends 14 January 1862 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander A. Sloan to Eliakim P. Scammon about a captured spy 13 April 1863 Collection of Eliakim P. Scammon, 23rd regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence; Military document
Alexander Ball to Tobias Lear thanking him for protecting British interests 30 September 1806 Tobias Lear papers Correspondence
Alexander Graham Bell to Clara Hammond McGuigan about issues relating to deaf education and the effectiveness of different sign languages 12 February 1897 Documents Relating to the 1890s Correspondence
Alexander Hamilton Stephens to Linton A. Stephens about catching mumps or measles 19 March 1862 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1862 Correspondence
Alexander Jolly to Rev. William G. Cole ca. 1800 Collection of documents relating to religion and spirituality Correspondence
Alexander Roxburgh to William Smallwood updating him on Wayne's success in evacuating in evacuating Savannah of British troops 14 July 1782 Documents Relating to 1782 Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding his health 1 March 1863 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding his time at the hospital and requesting his knapsack 20 October 1862 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding the hospital and the girls 29 January 1863 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding the movement of the 9th Army Corps 29 March 1863 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding practical jokes and talking to young ladies 26 October 1862 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding recent parties 11 November 1862 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding young ladies 2 December 1862 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson regarding the young ladies of Frederick City 20 December 1862 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander S. Maxwell to Richard H. Jackson with an account of his Christmas celebrations 2 January 1863 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Alexander W. Campbell writing to "My Dear Father" from prison at Johnson's Island as a prisoner of war 12 December 1863 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1863 Correspondence
Alfred Cowles to A.F. Williams about a good deal for an artificial limb 26 April 1866 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
Alfred Gibson to Tobias Gibson regarding a ruined cotton crop 18 May 1857 Archive of Confederate general & family re: plantation and slaves Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes [very feint] mentioning diphtheria 12 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about devotions and his wife's health 2 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about health, finances and prison conditions 24 July 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about her health and not wanting to raise hopes of release 17 October 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about her health and reading about prisoner exchanges 21 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about her mental health and political prisoners from Louisville 3 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about her recovery, POW exchange and crossing to the Confederacy if released 20 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about his wife's exertion, daughter's music education and prison gossip 10 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about his wife's health possible parole and writing to Judge Hitchcock about his case 15 October 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about lack of prison vegetation, a psalm and concerns about his family's health 17 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about mending clothes and medical advice 14 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about prisoner releases and the children's' health 31 October 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about soldiers not visiting his wife, children issues and health 21 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about spiritual development, his son and the dentist 12 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes about wife's diphtheria and possibly taking the oath to get release 20 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes with affection and medical advice 28 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes with medical advice and secessionists in prison 1 September 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes with medical advice, hopes of release and news of other prisoner releases 23 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Hughes to Mary Hughes with worries over wife's health 9 August 1862 Collection of Alfred Hughes, a detainee at Camp Chase, Ohio, as a Confederate sympathizer Correspondence
Alfred Jones to Maxine Harris Jones 15 March 1865 Collection of Alfred Jones, surgeon in the 17th Tennessee Regiment Correspondence
Alfred Thurmond to Mary A. Willis regarding the death of her husband whilst in prison 18 October 1843 Documents Relating to 1843 Correspondence
Alfred W. Plattenburg to Alfred P. Putnam, sending a report of his mission 2 April 1862 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1862 Correspondence
Alice McSherry to Henry F. McSherry regarding letters she sent whilst he was in Africa, reading Shakespeare and the weather 23 September 1865 Letters to Assistant Surgeon Henry F. McSherry of the U.S. Navy Correspondence
Alida Bayard (Vetch) to Alida Livingston re: expecting the birth of a child December 1725 The Livingston Family Papers [057] September-December 1725 Correspondence
Alida Hoffman to her brother, Robert Livingston re: plans to visit her brother 20 April 1781 The Livingston Family Papers [085] 1780-1781 Correspondence
Alida Livingston to Robert Livingston re: [in Dutch] 3 August 1717 The Livingston Family Papers [046] June-December 1717 Correspondence
Alida Vetch to her grandfather, Robert Livingston, re: desire to hear from her parents 11 April 1724 The Livingston Family Papers [054] January-May 1724 Correspondence
Allen J. Clifton to his mother, advising that crude oil is worth $7 a barrel 13 November 1865 Collection of three letters pertaining to 19th century petroleum production Correspondence
Allen J. Richards to Sarah Ogden regarding guarding the railroad, reenlistment and a train braking down 6 February 1864 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Alma A. Barrell to George May Powell about Emma Small's health and her search for religious life 16 February 1867 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
Alma A. Barrell to George May Powell about Emma Small's recovery 2 March 1867 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
Alma A. Barrell to George May Powell about Emma's illness and faith 12 July 1867 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
Alma A. Barrell to George May Powell about Emma's progress 3 February 1867 Papers of George May Powell Correspondence
Alvern P. Hyde to John Moore regarding handling transactions on his account 29 June 1863 Collection of John Moore & brother Robert Correspondence
Alvern P. Hyde to Mary Moore Kelly regarding a book of savings 8 September 1863 Collection of John Moore & brother Robert Correspondence
Alvern P. Hyde to Mary Moore Kelly regarding sending bond coupons 14 August 1863 Collection of John Moore & brother Robert Correspondence
American junior red cross ca. 1941-1945 World War II Posters Broadside
Amos K. Schumpert to dear, loving and sweet wife regarding leaving for Atlanta 4 November 1864 Collection of 6 letters from a Georgia officer to his wife Correspondence
Amos Lewis to Seth Lewis discussing the Civil War, his family and health and the Emancipation Proclamation 16 January 1863 Documents Relating to the 1860s Correspondence
Ananias Cooper to Robert Livingston re: prescription for Robert's slave, Jack 30 June 1783 The Livingston Family Papers [087] 1783 Correspondence
Andrew Gerrish to Joseph Gerrish describing his travels through New York City and up the Hudson River with the army 28 June 1756 Documents Relating to 1754-1764 Military document; Correspondence
Andrew Gibb to Robert Livingston re: health concerns, a purchased horse 12 October 1677 The Livingston Family Papers [003] 1677 Correspondence
Andrew J. Fogg to Sarah Ogden regarding the death of his brother, Orice 13 October ca. 1862 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Andrew J. Fogg to Sarah Ogden regarding his brother's belongings 19 October ca. 1862 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to Amos Kendall discussing the Nullification Crisis and his own general health 26 April 1844 Documents Relating to 1844 Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson, Jr. regarding the health of a girl named Hanna 22 December 1833 Documents Relating to 1833 Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to Benjamin F. Butler thanking him for his defence of Jackson's actions at New Orleans 22 February 1844 Documents Relating to 1844 Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to E. D. Williams, O. Jones, William Butler, Moses Dawson and others, thanking them for their invitation to a public dinner 16 February 1837 Documents Relating to 1837 Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to Emma Y. Donelson concerning family, friends and his health 30 April 1845 Documents Relating to 1845 Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to James W. Breedlove regarding his improving health and congratulations on Breedlove's appointment 8 May 1843 Collection of nine letters from Andrew Jackson to James Winchester and James Breedlove Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to Mary E. Polk concerning his health and a visit from Major Donelson 22 December 1836 The Personal side of the Presidency: 32 letters and documents Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to Maunsel White about cotton, crops, friends and relations with Britain 1 January 1842 Documents Relating to 1842 Correspondence
Andrew Jackson to William Russell desiring the annexation of Texas and other political matters 8 July 1844 Documents Relating to 1844 Correspondence
Andrew Knox to Sarah Knox stating that he is not being kept busy and that men are dying from typhoid 27 July 1864 Collection of Andrew Knox, B company, 1st regiment, Connecticut, heavy artillery Correspondence
Angelica Church to Philip Schuyler about the duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr 11 July 1804 Documents Relating to 1804 Correspondence
Ann H. Brown to Mary Kelly regarding Mr. Kelly's condition 16 May 1862 Collection of James R. Kelly, K company, 14th regiment, Indiana, infantry Correspondence
Ann L. Higgins to her brother, Tobias Gibson, regarding the health of Tobias' wife 19 November 1850 Archive of Confederate general & family re: plantation and slaves Correspondence
Ann Maitland to Joseph M. Maitland about her health, the presidential election and farming 14 November 1864 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
Ann Maitland to Joseph M. Maitland commenting on the good sleighing, local weddings and her fears for his safety 13 January 1865 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
Ann Maitland to Joseph M. Maitland commenting on her poor health, plans to take in boarders, repairing the fence and the cold weather 12 March 1865 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
Ann Smith to Asa Smith regarding the wounding of a mutual acquaintance 20 July 1862 Letter from the Smith family to Asa Smith Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross about the failing health of her sister, Ruth Brown Thompson and brother-in-law, Henry Thompson 2 May 1892 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross about her hope that his health improves 2 December 1896 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross about newspaper articles and people's opinions of her father, John Brown 28 December 1887 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross about the pain of reading Richard Hinton's book, "John Brown and His Men," and her attempts to pay off debts 9 November 1894 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross about sending her recollections of Kennedy Farm and mentioning on her opposition to vaccinations 2 April 1889 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross discussing bad weather, vaccinations and the evil of most human beings 29 June 1890 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross discussing her views on inoculation 3 August 1885 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross discussing Louisa May Alcott, the Alcott family and the feeding of sick patients 19 October 1887 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross discussing winter weather and the poor health of her sister, Ruth Brown Thompson 15 January 1890 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross sending copies of documents he might find interesting and reporting on her sister's health 9 August 1893 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross thanking him for offering to help her daughters attend college, but noting that Bertha is too sick 8 December 1890 - 25 December 1890 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne Brown Adams to Alexander M. Ross wondering whether rumours of her brother's death are true and commenting on an attempt to write for Cosmopolitan Magazine 12 May 1895 Collection of John Brown documents from Alexander M. Ross Correspondence
Anne L. Nugent to "Darling Daughter" n.d. Letters of the Nugent family Correspondence
Anne L. Nugent to "Darling Daughter" 3 September 1868 Letters of the Nugent family Correspondence
Anne L. Nugent to her son 18 May 1866 Letters of the Nugent family Correspondence
Anne L. Nugent to her son 28 August 1866 Letters of the Nugent family Correspondence
Anne L. Nugent to her son 23 December 1867 Letters of the Nugent family Correspondence
Anne Livingston to Johnston Livingston re: news of the family 17 October 1834 The Livingston Family Papers [108] 1831-1835 Correspondence
Annie Jeffery to Edward R. Archer about family n.d. Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works Correspondence
Annie Jeffery to Edward R. Archer about the Richmond heatwave and Archer's travels 06 July 1900 Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works Correspondence
Annual report of the Adjutant-General, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with reports from the Quartermaster-General, Surgeon-General, Commissary-General, and Master of Ordnance 31 December 1861 Muster out rolls for the 35th Regiment, United States Colored Volunteers Military document
Anson Jones to Thomas Ward on business and political matters 23 January 1850 Texana: documents, many relating to Thomas Ward & archives war Correspondence; Business and financial document; Land transaction document
Anson Jones to Thomas Ward regarding his dissatisfaction with present life and career 2 October 1857 Texana: documents, many relating to Thomas Ward & archives war Correspondence; Government document
"Answer upon a certain message sent to him by the Onnondages Sachems … 6 October 1679 The Livingston Family Papers [005] 1679 Government document
Anthony Joseph to Henry Knox with condolences over the deaths of two of Knox's children and discusses their creditors 7 May 1796 The Henry Knox Papers [0130] April-June 1796 Correspondence; Business and financial document
Anthony Smithrem to Robert Livingston re: explanation of the assessment 13 January 1724 The Livingston Family Papers [054] January-May 1724 Correspondence
Anthony Wayne to Abraham Robinson reporting on the impending approach of the British army and his state of this army that was to face it 14 October 1776 Documents Relating to 1776 Correspondence
Anthony Wayne to Henry Knox about the French Revolution, troop behavior and army supplies 15 November 1793 The Henry Knox Papers [0120] October-December 1793 Correspondence; Government document; Military document
Anthony Wayne to Nathanael Greene praising the French forces and remarking on his wound 22 September 1781 Documents Relating to 1781 Correspondence
Anvilla J. Bryant to Sarah Ogden regarding the death of her cousin, Bracket 1 August 1863 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Anvilla J. Bryant to Sarah Ogden regarding her cousin's belongings 19 August 1863 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Application for Disability Pension from J.B. Cralle & Co. n.d. Collection of Wilmot Thompson, "C" Company, 1st Regiment, Maine, Sharpshooters Legal document
Application for Disability Pension from J.B. Cralle & Co. n.d. Collection of Wilmot Thompson, "C" Company, 1st Regiment, Maine, Sharpshooters Legal document
Application for Pension from J. B. Cralle & Co. ca. 1892 Collection of Wilmot Thompson, "C" Company, 1st Regiment, Maine, Sharpshooters Legal document
Appointment of Alfred Jones as assistant surgeon in the Provisional Confederate Army 2 June 1863 Papers of Alfred Jones, Surgeon in the Confederate Army Government document
Appointment of John Lorimer as a surgeon 6 February 1761 Collection of items pertaining to Doctor John Lorimer Military document; Legal document
Appointment of John Lorimer as a surgeon in Belleisle 11 June 1762 Collection of items pertaining to Doctor John Lorimer Military document; Legal document
Appointment of John Lorimer as a surgeon in Florida 14 March 1765 Collection of items pertaining to Doctor John Lorimer Military document; Legal document
Appointment of Lathrop Lewis as coroner of Cumberland County, Massachusetts 1 September 1796 Documents Relating to 1796 Government document
Appointment of Richard Harlan as professor of comparative anatomy at the Philadelphia Museum [in Latin] 23 March 1821 Documents Relating to 1821 Miscellany
Appointment of Robert S. Falconer to Surgeon's Mate in the U.S. Navy 28 March 1820 Documents Relating to 1820 Government document; Military document
Army Rations issued to men in Ordance Departmt. ca. 1 January 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0051] 1-15 January 1783 Military document
Army Rations issued to Prisoners and Detachment 15 February 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0054] 14-28 February 1783 Military document
Army rations issued to Thomas Nelson and his family 16 July 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0061] 16-31 July 1783 Military document
Artemas Hale to his wife regarding a sermon and a session of Congress 24 December 1848 Collection of documents relating to religion and spirituality Correspondence
Artemas Ward to Maria Ward regarding Philadelphia 6 February 1792 Documents Relating to 1792 Correspondence
Arthur Hartstuff to Alice and Mable Hartstuff describing his fielding hospital 2 January 1891 Letters of Army doctor under McCook, McKenzie & Miles re: Indian Wars Correspondence
Arthur Hartstuff to "my darling little buttercup" [probably Florence Hartstuff] speculating that his address may always be "Pine Ridge, &c. &c." 16 January 1891 Letters of Army doctor under McCook, McKenzie & Miles re: Indian Wars Correspondence
Arthur Sinclair to John McIntosh Kell discussing the death of Evan P. Jones 9 January 1894 Collection of John McIntosh Kell, Commander in the Confederate Navy Correspondence
Articles established by the Colored Ladies Lincoln Association October 1862 Middlesex County Virginia documents Non-governmental organization document
As Lt. Col. or Major Burnham, standing 3/4 length portrait, arms folded on chest 1860 Cartes de visites Photograph
Asa Smith to his mother on the state of Union forces following a fight with the Merrimac 10 March 1862 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1862 Correspondence; Military document
Asa Smith to his mother regarding relations with the population of a captured confederate town 24 May 1862 Collection of Asa Smith, K company, 16th regiment, Massachusetts, infantry Correspondence
Asa Smith to his mother reporting that the Union does not have sufficient forces at this place 31 May 1862 Collection of Asa Smith, K company, 16th regiment, Massachusetts, infantry Correspondence
Asa Smith to his sister regarding the mutiny of southern regiments 17 November 1861 Collection of Asa Smith, K company, 16th regiment, Massachusetts, infantry Correspondence
Attestation of Doctor Dean's health 13 August 1776 Documents Relating to 1776 Military document
Attesting that the deceased Jonathan Horton served in the army 8 November 1786 Documents Relating to 1786 Military document
"Aunt Sallie" to Lile Miller reporting on fighting in Virginia and her hopes of visiting at Christmas 3 November 1862 Collection of letters from Michael M. Miller, K company, 1st Pennsylvania Reserves Correspondence
Aurelia Hale to Sarah W. Hale regarding the death of her daughter 18-24 November 1832 Aurelia Hale letters Correspondence
Aurelia Hale to Sarah W. Hale regarding health matters 25 July 1824 Aurelia Hale letters Correspondence
Aurelia Hale to Sarah W. Hale regarding several matters, including a delirious cousin 8 February 1833 Aurelia Hale letters Correspondence
Aurelia Hale to Sarah Woodbridge regarding her mother's ill health 10 April 1826 Aurelia Hale letters Correspondence
Authorization to the Secretary of State to affix the seal of the United States to the pardon of Milo Thornton for counterfeiting coins 29 March 1861 Collection of Presidential Pardons Legal document; Government document
B. Krepp to Nathaniel Wordin describing the area where he lives in Mississippi 27 April 1835 Collection of 15 items related to the Mississippi territory, the Smith family, and the treason trial of Aaron Burr Correspondence
B.D. Celerk to Aunt 3 January 1862 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1862 Correspondence
Barbara Livingston to Robert Livingston regarding family news from Scotland 11 January 1700 The Livingston Family Papers [026] January-June 1700 Correspondence
Barry Cornwall to unknown about an accident, proofs and publishing ca. 1825 Documents Relating to 1825 Correspondence
Barton, Clara (1821-1912): Carte de visite bust with note, and F.H. Meserve stamp on verso ca. 1875 Documents Relating to the 1870s Photograph
Be a cadet nurse 1944 World War II Posters Broadside
Beauregard to John L. Manning about possible battles before spring 11 January 1862 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1862 Correspondence
Bell Wharton to Joseph M. Maitland expressing her concern for his health and safety, and her longing for his return 5 May 1865 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
Bell Wharton to Joseph M. Maitland mentioning her health issues and the scarcity of interesting news 9 March 1865 Collection of Joseph M. Maitland Correspondence
Benedict Arnold to unknown discussing military movements 25 July 1778 Documents Relating to 1778 Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston communicating that Charles has died and discussing how to bring his body home 11 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston reporting that Charles is delirious 2 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston reporting that Charles is the same and communicating his wish to return home 7 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston reporting that Charles is very weak and asking about the farm 10 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston reporting that the doctors believe Charles may get better 4 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston reporting that he believes Charles will pull through 1 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston stating the doctor believe Charles will pull through and giving instructions on running the farm 9 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin A. Woolston to Maria Woolston stating that Charles seems better 6 June 1865 Collection of Charles Woolston, 3rd regiment, Pennsylvania, cavalry Correspondence
Benjamin Chew to Henry Knox regarding a servant 24 March 1793 The Henry Knox Papers [0117] January-March 1793 Correspondence; Business and financial document
Benjamin F. Allen to a former Civil War Colonel 2 February 1899 To the women of New England Miscellany
Benjamin F. Butler to William Buel Franklin regarding the National Home for Disabled Veteran Soldiers 6 December 1882 Documents Relating to the 1880s Correspondence
Benjamin Franklin Kelley to Eliakim P. Scammon regarding recruitment problems 2 December 1863 Collection of Eliakim P. Scammon, 23rd regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence; Military document
Benjamin Franklin to his nephew Jonathan Williams discussing his belief in the ultimate success of the American cause 27 May 1777 Documents Relating to 1777 Correspondence
Benjamin Gilbert to Michael Jackson requesting leave for letter-bearer Horris Olds 25 August 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0063] 16-31 August 1783 Correspondence; Military document
Benjamin Harrison to Anna Harrison Morris re: prayers for a relative and worries of office 5 December 1890 Documents Relating to the 1890s Correspondence
Benjamin K. Pierce to his father, Benjamin Pierce, including postscripts by Franklin Pierce regarding Gen. Jackson & his cabinet 10 December 1835 Documents Relating to 1835 Correspondence
Benjamin Lincoln to Henry Knox William Balch's wildness and Dr. Eustis and the army surgeon position 27 April 1791 The Henry Knox Papers [0099] March-April 1791 Correspondence; Military document
Benjamin Rush to Polly Stockton regarding his illness 9 March 1790 Collection of documents relating to religion and spirituality Correspondence
Benjamin Rush to Samuel Jennings regarding education and teachers 18 October 1800 Documents Relating to 1800 Correspondence
Benjamin Smead to Moody Bedel reporting on the state of his regiment at the end of the War of 1812 26 February 1815 Documents relating to Moody Bedel Correspondence; Military document
Benjamin Wadsworth to James Lovell congratulating him on being reelected to his seat in Congress and praising his work 10 December 1779 Collection of 20 letters pertaining to James Lovell and Samuel Holten Correspondence
Bessie Brown to Henry Jackson Hunt regarding the funeral of her father ca. 18 April 1874 Collection of Henry Jackson Hunt Correspondence
Betsy Traux to Sarah Ogden regarding her husband 30 November 1869 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Bill for Doctor Aaron Lopez November 1770 American Judaica documents relating to Jewish colonists and patriots Business and financial document
Bill of Expenses 16 January 1763 Documents Relating to 1754-1764 Business and financial document; Military document
Billy Sunday to Karl explaining that he has fallen ill due to overwork 26 April 1934 Documents Relating to the 1930s Correspondence
Biographical record of Thomas Lloyd n.d. Biographical notes on Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Americans Miscellany
Biography of Dr. Alfred Jones [extract] n.d. Collection of Alfred Jones, surgeon in the 17th Tennessee Regiment Miscellany
Bland, D. Webster (fl. 1860): As lt. col. or major, standing full-length portrait Napoleonic pose. 1860 Cartes de visites Photograph
Bon-Albert Beaumez to Henry Knox with condolences on the death of his children 29 April 1796 The Henry Knox Papers [0130] April-June 1796 Correspondence
Bon-Albert Briois de Beaumez to Henry Knox on family, health and setting up a business 30 November 1798 The Henry Knox Papers [0138] September-December 1798 Correspondence; Business and financial document
British adjutant's orderly book 6 January 1776-4 September 1777 Documents Relating to 1776 Military document; Book
Bromfield family memorandum book with accounts 22 February 1770 Two Bromfield family books Book
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about Brook's illness Nova Scotia markets and fleet movements 8 July 1778 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about the death of Mr. Tyson and the governments intention to take over the India Company 31 October 1772 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about Mauger's illness and correspondence 8 December 1772 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about Mauger's illness and the government at New Brunswick 20 August 1784 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about Mrs. Tyson and the winds 29 December 1772 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about Mrs. Tyson's deathly illness and progress of the Adamant 22 December 1772 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about a possible visit and illness 9 August 1785 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about Sir Charles Douglas and Mauger's nervous disorder 21 January 1785 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger about where they should meet 15 August 1785 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
Brook Watson to Joshua Mauger enclosing a letter and commenting on Mauger's illness 12 October 1785 The Joshua Mauger Archive: Correspondence regarding Nova Scotia politics and mercantile affairs Correspondence
By Command of Brig. General N. P. Banks, granting James Kelly leave 3 April 1862 Collection of James R. Kelly, K company, 14th regiment, Indiana, infantry Military document
Byron Churchill revealing that another bone has been removed from his toe and delayed his recovery 17 June 1865 Collection of Byron E. Churchill Correspondence
Byron Churchill to Drazilla Churchill explaining that he has dysentery and that camp conditions are poor 28 April 1862 Collection of Byron E. Churchill Correspondence
Byron Churchill to Drazilla Churchill offering encouragement that his brother will be found alive and revealing the toll that disease is having on the company 26 July 1862 Collection of Byron E. Churchill Correspondence
Byron Churchill to Drazilla Churchill praising his current location and excellent health, but wishing he could see the people at home 12 April 1863 Collection of Byron E. Churchill Correspondence
Byron Churchill to Drazilla Churchill reporting that he is now driving the ambulance after an injury to his foot and that there is little to eat as so many troops have passed through 21 November 1863 Collection of Byron E. Churchill Correspondence
Byron Churchill to Drazilla Churchill thanking her for the letter and money she sent 20 June 1865 Collection of Byron E. Churchill Correspondence
C. A. Downing to Frank Damuth announcing the death of Dolphus Damuth on 30 December 1913 15 January 1914 Collection of Dolphus Damuth, D company, 29th regiment, Wisconsin, infantry Correspondence
C. A. Welshan [?] to Edwin Harris 16 June 1863 Collection of Edwin E. Harris documents, 8th and 9th Battalion, Missouri Infantry Correspondence
C. E. Anderson to William Starke Rosecrans concerning pay for a hospital worker 30 November 1861 Collection of Eliakim P. Scammon, 23rd regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence; Military document
C. F. Wieland to Eliakim P. Scammon introducing himself for the military examination 21 July 1865 Collection of Eliakim P. Scammon, 23rd regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence; Military document
C. J. Nugent to "Dear Mother" 30 September 1862 Letters of the Nugent family Correspondence
C.B. Hulslander to Mary H. Benedict regarding his health, her singing and cake 18 December 1864 Collection of John Reeser, B company, 197th regiment, Pennsylvania, infantry Correspondence
C.D. Shrieves to Frances Davenport regarding the death of her husband 25 June 1864 Collection of Frances Davenport, later Frances Ormsbee, wife of George D. Davenport, B company, 5th regiment, Vermont, infantry and then Ebenezer J Ormsbee G Company, 12th Regiment, Vermont infantry Correspondence
C.W.B. to unknown regarding family health issues ca. 1861-1864 Collection of Thomas Francis Burpee, field and staff, 21st regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Cabinet photograph of Joshua Abraham Norton ca. 1878 Two items relating to Joshua Abraham Norton, self-proclaimed emperor of the United States Photograph
Caleb Gibbs to Henry Knox regarding transportation of "invalids" 26 August 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0063] 16-31 August 1783 Correspondence; Military document
Caleb Swan to James Wilkinson on the payment of militia in Ohio 11 March 1792 The Henry Knox Papers [0107] March 1792 Correspondence; Military document
Caleb W. Warner to Sarah Ogden regarding donations for the hospital 16 March 1862 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Calendar. Monday, December 28, 1863 28 December 1863 Confederate imprints: handbills, pamphlets, and Confederate laws Government document
Calender. Monday, January 11, 1864 11 January 1864 Confederate imprints: handbills, pamphlets, and Confederate laws Government document
Calender. Monday, January 25, 1864 25 January 1864 Confederate imprints: handbills, pamphlets, and Confederate laws Government document
Calvin Smith to William Smith regarding family matters, crops and his journey to Mississippi 23 December 1827 Collection of 15 items related to the Mississippi territory, the Smith family, and the treason trial of Aaron Burr Correspondence
Captain Edward Pearson to Edwin Harris 30 September 1863 Collection of Edwin E. Harris documents, 8th and 9th Battalion, Missouri Infantry Correspondence
Captain Ethan A. Jenks' legal statement regarding the validity of Erasmus D. Clark's pension claim 1889 Collection of Ethan A. Jenks, Company I, Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers Legal document
Captain Ethan A. Jenks' legal statement regarding the validity of a pension claim 1873 Collection of Ethan A. Jenks, Company I, Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers Legal document
Captain Francis Kempt to James Winchester regarding servants' rations 22 November 1813 War of 1812: Correspondence and documents on the war, POWs in Canada, behaviour of soldiers, conditions in New Orleans, laying the Tennessee state line and founding of Memphis City. Documents relate to James Winchester, his family and associates Correspondence
Carr Bailey White to Eliakim P. Scammon regarding an ambush on their men 4 July 1863 Collection of Eliakim P. Scammon, 23rd regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence; Military document
Carrie to Richard H. Jackson regarding the hospital being broken up and other news 10 August 1863 Collection of Richard H. Jackson, I Company, 9th Regiment, New York Infantry Correspondence
Carte de visite as assistant surgeon in the Union Army, wearing medal of honor ca. 1865 Unassociated Photographs of the Civil War Photograph
Carte de visite of Dr. Robert Archer n.d. Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works Photograph
Carte de visite of Dr. Robert Archer 1868 Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works Photograph
Carte de visite, as 1st lieutenant, bust portrait 1860 Cartes de visites Photograph
Case of Moorey v. Jonah Simon 22 June 1702 Documents Relating to 1700-1753 Legal document
Catharine Macaulay to Earl of Buchan about her health, publishing and the Earl's family 1770 Correspondence of Catharine Macaulay Correspondence
Catharine Macaulay to Earl of Buchan about Scottish elections, liberty and her health 22 July 1771 Correspondence of Catharine Macaulay Correspondence
Catharine Macaulay to James Burgh responding 29 November 1773 Correspondence of Catharine Macaulay Correspondence
Catharine S. Macaulay to Mama (Graham, Catharine Macaulay) about bills, health and family 27 October 1785 Catharine Macaulay family correspondence Correspondence
Catharine S. Macaulay to Mama (Graham, Catharine Macaulay) about a Colonel Miranda and her reading 1 March 1785 Catharine Macaulay family correspondence Correspondence
Catharine S. Macaulay to William Graham about a fever epidemic, prices and a woman hired as a companion 30 March 1802 Catharine Macaulay family correspondence Correspondence
Catharine S. Macaulay to William Graham about the near-death of her daughter and education 22 January 1800 Catharine Macaulay family correspondence Correspondence
Catharine S. Macaulay to William Graham responding to Grahams' health concerns 23 January 1801 Catharine Macaulay family correspondence Correspondence
Catherine Greene to Henry Knox reporting a planned trip to Philadelphia 5 November 1791 The Henry Knox Papers [0103] November-December 1791 Correspondence
Cathie to Nelly 19 October 1860 Documents relating to George M. Eveleth Correspondence
Certificate admitting John Lorimer to the Aberdonian Medical Society [In Latin] 9 April 1793 Collection of items pertaining to Doctor John Lorimer Non-governmental organization document
Certificate for the admission of wounded soldier Lewis Campbell, who was guarding George Washington 15 October 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0067] 11-20 October 1783 Military document
Certificate issued by the Royal Icelandic Literary Society [In Icelandic] 13 September 1791 Collection of items pertaining to Doctor John Lorimer Non-governmental organization document
Certificate of disability for discharge for Norman Bullock due to an internal injury 19 March 1863 Collection of Ethan A. Jenks, Company I, Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers Military document
Certificate of disability for discharge of James A. Briggs 6 April 1863 Collection of Ethan A. Jenks, Company I, Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers Military document
Certificate of Disability of Surgeon A.W. Whitney 28 October 1862 Collection of Samuel H. Leonard, field and staff, 13th regiment, Massachusetts, infantry Military document
Certificate of discharge for Corporal Alvin L. Corey 6 January 1863 Collection of Ethan A. Jenks, Company I, Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers Military document
Certificate of fitness for service 5 January 1746 The Henry Knox Papers [0002] 1744-1748 Government document
Certificate of good health 2 July 1812 Lear family archive of 6 items during service as US Consul in Algiers Government document
Certificate of illness of soldiers in the general hospital 22 November 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0069] November 1783 Military document
Certification regarding Doctors Isaac Stafford and Jonathan Horton 23 October 1786 The Henry Knox Papers [0078] September-December 1786 Military document
Certification regarding John Dewman's injuries 3 March 1784 The Henry Knox Papers [0071] January-March 1784 Military document
Certification that Cornelius Vander Barrak delivered medical supplies 11 October 1756 Stamp Act Congress: 23 letters and documents by members Government document
Certification that John Granger cannot perform his duties as a soldier due to a pulmonic complaint 12-13 December 1782 The Henry Knox Papers [0049] December 1782 Military document
Chaney Mason to Sarah Ogden regarding paying her back and money troubles 30 November 1863 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Chaplain to Mrs. Charles Coit, informing her of the severity of her son's injury 28 October 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charges for nursing & tending the sick 19 November 1745 Documents Relating to 1700-1753 Business and financial document; Military document
Charles Blanchard Obituary 20 May 1918 Collection of Enoch Q. Fellows, field and staff, 3rd regiment, New Hampshire, infantry Miscellany
Charles C. Morey to his parents regarding being shot in the leg 25 August 1864 Collection of Charles C. Morey, E company, 2nd regiment, Vermont, infantry Correspondence
Charles C. Morey to his sister Mamie regarding the hospital and his trip to New York 29 September 1864 Collection of Charles C. Morey, E company, 2nd regiment, Vermont, infantry Correspondence
Charles Carroll to John Adams regarding his seat in the Senate 29 December 1789 Documents Relating to 1789 Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, acknowledging that he has enjoyed a better experience than that of the privates 16 August 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, announcing that he has hired a new servant named Bill 24 May 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, asking his brother, George, to tell him what rooms and stores are rented 19 December 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, asks that his brother requests ''muster rolls'' 5 October 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, back in camp with status as 'sick' 2 May 1865 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, commenting on his 'excellent new servant' 29 May 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, commenting that General Foster spoke of condemning the regiment's arms during inspection 29 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, complaining about the captain 1 February 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, complaining of illness, in addition to stating that he has fired his servant 16 April 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, complaining that General Sumner does not easily grant furloughs 26 December 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, contemplating not reenlisting in September 25 July 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, declaring that he still has not left Hartford, also requests that H.C. Trumbull be reimbursed 15 October 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, declaring that Lieutenant Eaton has resigned 31 October 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, defending his drinking of liqor 1 July 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing the Battle of Antietam 18-19 September 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing battle with the rebel soldiers 24 June 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing the behaviour of Lieutenant Shepherd 9 January 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing boarding 'The Sentinel' and rowing to Newbern 20 March1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing the construction of his tent, also introduces his servant 7-9 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing the events of September 28th 4 October 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing generosity of the townspeople towards the soldiers 21 October 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing his immunization, as well as commenting on the equipment provided 10 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing how he has taken a soldier from another company as his orderly 28 February 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing Lieutenant Eaton's deteriorating condition 3 September 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing a new military plan that he believes is unfair 10 January 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing the regiment setting up camp, while mentioning his illness 20 February 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing retreating after six days of fighting 16 December 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, describing the rounding up of stragglers and deserters by his company 25 August 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, discussing the clean springs near the rifle pits 6 July 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, discussing the consequences of his and Stanton's illnesses 1 December 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, discussing the difficulties he is having with his new position 13 May 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, discussing his duties of leadership and discipline 20 May 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, discussing the malfunction of his underground stove 20 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, discussing men from his regiment who have deserted 22 March 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, expressing dissatisfaction at regimental management 18 August 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, expressing his wish that they could go back to Connecticut to vote on the Conscription Act 29 March 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, fearing for Goddard's life following an injury during battle 8 May 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, in which he describes all of the regiments in Annapolis being 'reviewed' by General Burnside, amongst others 18 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, including details of his illness and the doctor's advice 4 October 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, informing them that Charley Breed died that morning 30 July 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, making a comparison between officers with military education and those with not 16 May 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, mentioning the arrival of General J.G. Foster 26 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, mentioning that he does not believe that his company will see any fighting 16 May 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, mentioning that they are camped just across the river from rebel troops 20 November 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, mentions that he is still anchored, and that he and the others are finding it very isolating 23-26 January 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, noting that he does not expect to take Petersburg anytime soon 18 July 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, providing a negative opinion of General Ord, and stating his decision to leave the army 28 July 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, regarding his servant, also speaks of the health problems of other men 20 May 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, regarding the visit from his cousin, Edward 16 December 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting the deaths of Captain Goodrich and Colonel Sergeant Glover 3 July 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting the destruction of the railroad following fighting 11 May 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting the news of General Burnside being promoted to commander in chief 1 January 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting on Captain Upham's critical condition following the battle 16 March 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting that the chaplain has asked the officers to abstain from liqor 10 March 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting that a group of soldiers coming to join the picket line were attacked by rebel soldiers 18 August 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting that he is still on the ship 18 January 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting that the Lacey Mansion is being used as a hospital 19 December 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting that the second member of the 8th regiment died from his battle wounds 4 October 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting that they are camping near Portsmouth, Virginia 21 June1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, reporting an unsuccessful raid on Fredericksburg and Richmond 7 July 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, responding the concerns expressed by his mother regarding his health 18 April 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, saying that the 8th regiment was ordered to Newbern to recruit 8 May 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, saying that the boarder's sons are despicable soldiers who spread lies 24 April 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, stating that he has returned to an unknown camp, following defeat in a battle 17 May 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, stating that he is to report for jail for Court Martial duty 4 June 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, stating that the regiment is to prepare to leave for Fortress Monroe 5 February 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, thanking his family for the box they sent him 14 June1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, thanking his family for the package 5 May 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, thanking them for sending him $5 20 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, with more details regarding the outcome of the battle 19 September 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, with news that Keyes and Stoneman have taken Richmond, Virginia 23 May 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writes of experiencing a severe snow storm 22 March 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing about the general craze of other men for photographs of their family 16 January 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing about a trip to a swamp that he took with other officers 2 June1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing about the trouble he is having with his horse 1 January 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing in defence of the new Company doctor 1 June 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing of the construction of three batteries around Fort Macon 21 April 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing of treating a 'chill' with whiskey 28 August 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that he has been on business for the regiment 1 April 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that the mail deliveries are very intermittent 18 February 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that Quartermaster Merriam has given Coit his tent 2 May 1865 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that the regiment has received orders to leave Jamaica, Long Island 1 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that the regiment is in Fredericksburg following four days of battle 14 December 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that Sherman's Army is beginning to arrive at the camp 8 May 1865 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that they have been busy moving camp 28 August 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his family, writing that they have received of Grant's victories 11 July 1863 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his mother, writing about his hospitalisation 29 October 1864 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to his mother, writing about poor food, as well as mentioning his monthly report 14 November 1861 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to "Luff" [Lieutenant Shepherd], joking about his return to Army life 10 October 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Coit to unknown, reporting that his is doing well 14 October 1862 Collection of Charles M. Coit, field and staff, 8th regiment, Connecticut, infantry Correspondence
Charles Cushing to Joseph North with orders from General Lovell 8 July 1779 Collection of correspondence of the North Family Correspondence; Military document
Charles E. Hawley to William McBlair requesting a medical survey 2 May 1858 William McBlair collection Correspondence; Military document
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother about a bout of Cholera Morbus and the hospital where he is recovering 18 August 1862 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother about the expired enlistments of many of the men and his anger towards those spreading rumors of a yellow fever epidemic 23 November 1864 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother about his recovery and plans to return to his unit, via Washington 25 August 1862 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother about a visit to the doctor and health troubles 6 August 1864 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother advising that she hire a servant girl and sharing his worries for baby George's health 16 March 1864 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother discussing his small pox vaccination, freed African Americans contracting with planters and a church service 28 January 1866 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother discussing pay, the likelihood that his brother's ill-health will prevent him from joining the army and his hopes that one day he will be commissioned as a regular 20 April 1862 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother explaining that he has completed his business in Washington and warning his mother not to work too hard 1 May 1861 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother explaining that they are camped in the former home of William Henry Harrison which has been turned into a hospital, and that the doctor has surrendered to the Confederates in order to care for the wounded 3 July 1862 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother mentioning a family across the river who have formed a special relationship with the troops 23 October 1864 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother mentioning the ill health of a tent mate, his hopes to be paid soon and his disapproval of a corporal's promotion 25 September 1863 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother mentioning that he has been unwell, but is recovering, and discussing the arrival of reinforcements who are readying themselves for battle 4 August 1863 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother reporting a change in command and a mild case of dysentery he has been suffering 15 January 1865 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles E. Walbridge to his mother urging her to follow the advice of a doctor 29 August 1864 Charles E. Walbridge Collection Correspondence
Charles F. McFadden to Sisters describing camp duties 17 June 1863 Collection of Charles F. McFadden, B company, 40th regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. McFadden to Sisters describing camp life 8 August 1863 Collection of Charles F. McFadden, B company, 40th regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. McFadden to Sisters regarding the activities of his regiment 4 June ca. 1863 Collection of Charles F. McFadden, B company, 40th regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. McFadden to Sisters regarding the false stories of a hard soldiers' life ca. 1861-1864 Collection of Charles F. McFadden, B company, 40th regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother H. (Henry) about luck in terms of sickness and battle 7 May 1863 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about breaking up prairie and taking a house to the north 2 July 1865 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about catching a cold 16 November 1861 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about firing , wounded and a comrade losing a hand 2 November 1861 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about his detail as a nurse and his brother marrying 20 September 1863 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about his illness and requesting shirts 17 August 1862 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about a mass meeting at Carthage 4 October 1863 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about not receiving a box and hopes to explore the city of York 8 September 1862 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about the possibility of herding sheep 17 May 1865 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about rejoining the regiment and washing dishes 20 September 1862 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Brother Henry about sending his brother money on pay day 4 August 1862 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Porter to Father about his father's illness and their disagreement 28 August 1864 Collection of Charles F. Porter, C company, 2nd regiment, Michigan, infantry Correspondence
Charles F. Richard to Eliakim P. Scammon introducing himself for the military examination 19 July 1865 Collection of Eliakim P. Scammon, 23rd regiment, Ohio, infantry Correspondence; Military document
Charles Ford to Sarah Ogden describing his difficult journey back to camp 25 September 1863 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Charles Ford to Sarah Ogden informing her he has been sick with rheumatism and reminiscing about the Broad and Cherry hospital 17 January 1864 Collection of Sarah Perot Ogden Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Mary Horsfall regarding the death of acquaintances and how unforgiving she is being 19 June 1903 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to My dear boys and girl regarding their health, last year's strikes, his birthday and his future plans 11 September 1907 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to my dear children regarding his job delivering mail, a Native American's description of a phonograph and encouraging them to exercise 09 November 1906 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to "Owen and all" describing his work on building a waterwheel and piers, the health of the Eskimos and a Government Experimental farm 27 April 1906 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall describing treatments for frozen body parts and the weather 03 March 1901 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding his health and a recent baptism 20 October 1910 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding his mission in Turkey, his business ventures and his healthy diet 13 August 1909 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding the loss of life on the trail to Alaska and gambling in the local town 30 November 1900 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding quitting the mail service and heading to Nome 02 February 1907 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding requested books, the postal system and visiting an acquaintance 19 June 1902 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding sending gifts, ice skating and the benefits of regular exercise 17 October 1903 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding sending money, a healthy diet, astrology and automobile accidents 16 August 1903 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding slow business, his health and future ventures 22 July 1900 - 11 August 1900 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding vegetarianism, race hatred, installing electricity and Owen's work with the church 27 March 1909 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles G. Horsfall to Owen Horsfall regarding winter mail, his job on the water pipe line, eating habits and other activities 03 May 1910 Collection of letters of Charles Horsfall Correspondence
Charles H. Crane to Thomas McParlin discussing financial and military matters 27 October 1864 Collection of Dr. Thomas A. McParlin Correspondence
Charles H. Crane to Thomas McParlin regarding a list of medical officers 17 October 1866 Collection of Dr. Thomas A. McParlin Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Charley regarding college life 28 January 1857 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Charley regarding college life and his health 2 February 1857 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Charley regarding mutual acquaintances and court cases 1 April 1859 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Emmeline Colcock discussing health in the camp 5 September 1861 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Emmeline Colcock regarding his illness and life in the camp 7 September 1861 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to O'Haily regarding family news and the government 15 October 1860 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Richard W. Hutson regarding his wound and recuperation [incomplete] 8 July 1862 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to William F. Colcock asking about the health of his fiancée Emmeline Colcock [telegraph] 6 September 1861 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to William F. Colcock stating that he received the news of Emmeline's death [telegraph] 9 September 1861 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to William F. Colcock stating that he will leaving for home [telegraph] 9 September 1861 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles J. Hutson to Woody discussing everyday matters 17 February 1854 Collection of Charles J. C. Hutson, H company, 1st regiment, South Carolina, infantry Correspondence
Charles Kappes to Sim Van Winkel, relating the events of his capture and complaining about poor prison conditions 16 September 1864 Unassociated Civil War Documents 1864 Correspondence
Charles LeClerc to General Jean Rochambeau [in French], regarding the Haitian Revolution 6 August 1802 Documents Relating to 1802 Correspondence
Charles Lee to Robert Morris regarding progress in the Revolutionary War 12 August 1775 Documents Relating to 1775 Correspondence
Charles McKnight to Henry Knox discussing sick soldiers 13 October 1782 The Henry Knox Papers [0047] October 1782 Correspondence; Military document
Charles Mortimer to George Weedon regarding medical issues at his location June 1781 Documents Relating to 1781 Correspondence
Charles Nicolson to Alice discussing his and his father's health 14 March 1865 Collection of Charles Nicholson, battery L, 5th regiment, Pennsylvania, heavy artillery Correspondence
Charles Nicolson to Allie regarding his father's health 1864 Collection of Charles Nicholson, battery L, 5th regiment, Pennsylvania, heavy artillery Correspondence
Charles Pearce to father about Charles' illness 8 June 1864 Collection of Pearce family correspondence Correspondence
Charles Pearce to William Pearce saying he is trying to get a discharge die to illness 27 February 1864 Collection of Pearce family correspondence Correspondence
Charles Prowd to Henry Knox requesting financial assistance 8 February 1783 The Henry Knox Papers [0053] 1-13 February 1783 Correspondence
Charles Sumner to [Arnold] B. Johnson on the benefits of a good water closet 5 October 1863 Collection relating to Charles Sumner Correspondence
Charles Sumner to Azariah Smith regarding travel plans to Washington D.C. and Europe 22 February 1857 Documents Relating to 1857 Correspondence