Contains 77 Results:
Muster Rolls, 1862, 1905, and undated
Rolls of 5th Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A. , 1862 February
The rolls of Captain W.H. Crank's Company and Captain R.B. Boston's Company, 5th Virginia Cavalry, CSA, display a record of equipment issued men. Bound volume.
Roll of Co. D., 13th Virginia Infantry, 1905 September 22
Copy of a list of members of the 13th Virginia Infantry, Company D, as part of the Law Order Book of Louisa County, Virginia. Photostat.
Roll of Co. K, 19th VA Infantry, CSA, undated
Military Passes, 1862-1865
Pay Vouchers, Checks, and Receipts, 1862-1865, and undated
Furloughs, Transfers, and Desertions, 1862-1865 and undated
Subsistence Store Papers, 1862 and undated
Quartermasters' Stores, 1862-1864 and undated
Chimborazo Hospital Medical Supply Papers, 1864
Medical supply lists and invoices from the Confederate Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, Va.
Blank Military Forms
Blank Confederate military forms including two pages of passes from the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va.
Songs and Poems, 1861-1863 and undated
Virginian Marsellaise, 1863
Confederate Sheet Music. Words by F.W. Rosier and lithod by Geo. Dunn and Comp.
"Here's your mule", circa 1863
A new comic camp song. Printed.
"In Memoriam" , undated
A poem by Judge George L. Christian of Richmond, Va.
"The Confederate Note" , undated
The poem was written by Major Jonas of Mississippi and which includes a Confederate States of America $20 note.
"Stonewall Jackson's Way", undated
Photographs and Illustrations, 1860-1865 and undated
Fort Welles Illustration, undated
Notepaper with cut of Fort Welles, formerly Fort Walker, Hilton Head, S.C.
General Braxton Bragg Photograph, undated
Photograph 3 1/2" x 4 1/4", black and white, head view of General Braxton Bragg in uniform.
General Sterling Price Photograph, undated
Photograph, 3 1/2" x 4 1/4", black and white, head view of General. Sterling Price in uniform.
Col. Franklin Hulse Clack Photograph, undated
Photograph, 8" x 10", black and white, of Col. Franklin Hulse Clack (1828 - 1864), originally taken March 30, 1862 in New Orleans, LA, in his uniform of the Major of the Confederate Guards, Response Battalion of New Orleans. He died April 24, 1864 of wounds received at the Battle of Mansfield, LA.
Aerial Photograph of Surrender Field and Monument, undated
Photograph, 7 3/4" x 9 3/4", of aerial view of Surrender Field and monument, Appomattox, Va., taken by Underwood and Underwood.
Whitworth Gun , undated
Photostat of a Whitworth gun taken from Fort Fisher, N.C.
President Lincoln Engraving, undated
An engraving of President Lincoln entering Richmond, Va.