Box Manuscripts Oversize Box 5
Contains 16 Results:
Two muster-out rolls for George K. Dakin, Lieutenant, from the 1st Regiment of the New Hampshire Artillery Volunteers so that he may accept the appointment of Captain. Signed by Captain F.B. Doten. The documents are oversize.
This artifical collection includes board games, card games, stereoview (stereographic) photographs, broadsides, booklets, and postcards related to the presentation of gender and sexuality in the United States, including women's suffrage.
Campaign material relating to political elections in the Williamsburg area, Virginia state races, and United States Senate, Congressional, and Presidential races. Thomas was a delegate for the Virginia State Convention in 2012 and a volunteer for the 53rd Inaugural Presidential Ceremonies. This collection includes badges from her involvement with the political process, pamphlets, bumper stickers, pins, and campaign material for the Democratic party.
One Ukiyo-e triptych depicting a Japanese mistress along with six of her lady servants walking along the banks of a river. One of the servants is holding a large umbrella over the head of the finely dressed woman to shield her from the sun. The signature on each of the three prints appears to be of Toyokuni I (1769-1825). Source: www.ukiyo-e.se/signatur.html.
Insert of nine photographs showing various scenes on Tenn., Ga., and Va. From Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861 - 1865.
Muster roll of Captain J.W. Johnston's company, 13th Infantry, West Virginia Volunteers, USA., 1862 October 7
Muster roll of Company C, Captain McDaniel 13th Infantry, West Virginia Volunteers, USA, 1862 October 8
Muster roll of Captain S.F. Shaw's Company G, 15th Infantry, West Virginia Volunteers, USA., 1862 October 23
The muster roll of the soldiers and others attached to the hospital at West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The roll includes their name, rank, company, regiment, date that they were attached to the hospital, amount that they where paid, and by whom they were paid.
A handwritten census table of the town of Huaquechula in the state of Puebla, signed at the bottom by a priest named Cura G. Mendez. It includes the population of Huaquechula and 22 nearby towns, occupations of the inhabitants, longitude and latitude, boundaries, climate, endemic diseases, and roads and their conditions. There are also notes which detail the priest's report on the condition of the churches in the area. The document was purchased in honor of Bruce Christian.