United States. Army
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Letters written by Benjamin J. Crumley during and after the Civil War where Crumley was a a chaplain in Company 1 of the northern army's 12th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry. Letters written by Crumley to his wife Sarah C. and children, and from Sarah to Benjamin, 1861-1866; and to his grown son (name not provided), 1878. Crumley's first letter in 1861 discusses why he proposed to enlist in the Union Army instead of siding with his home state of Georgia. Other letters dating after his enlistment,...
Abstract Soldier William (no last name given) writes to his father about his work assignments inside and outside Ft. Ruby, Nevada Territory, considers what the value of his coin and currancy might be in real terms, and comments on news he received in family letters.
Abstract LeBlanc's account of U. S. military service, 1857-1859 was taken from his unsuccessful petition for a military pension. The collection contains material from pre-1900 created by Joseph Esdras LeBlanc.
Abstract Papers of Mr. & Mrs. McDonnell and her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Morris. Included are diaries, papers related to Joseph's careers as lawyer and legislative assistant, correspondence, legal documents, family records, books, photos, and memorabilia. Of particular note are letters written by Joseph to Gladys while he was stationed in Korea, 1945-1946.
Abstract Fanny Dunbar Corbusier's recollections include her childhood in New Orleans; marriage to William Henry Corbusier in 1869; his medical practice in Ft. McDermitt, Nevada, from 1869-1872; Paiute Indians at Ft. McDermitt, including Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins; and their stay at other western Army posts in Arizona, New Mexico, Nebraska, and Wyoming.
Abstract Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of the column "Reno review" from the Nevada state journal between 1938-1956 and created by Gladys Belknap Rowley; plus correspondence related to the column; columns written by Brewster Adams ("Values in the rough") containing comments directed to Rowley; and comments, compliments, and critique she received about her work. Subjects of the columns generally about Reno, Rowley's family, the home front during World War II, experiences of Reno men in the war,...