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Diary, Richard Colburn, 1861-1863 (Ms2010-010)
The Civil War diary of Richard Colburn, an enlisted soldier of the 12th Infantry of the United States Regular Army attached to the Army of the…
James R. Tice letter to sister, Martha Tice Light, June 15, 1862
Confederate soldier in the 42nd Virginia Infantry writes from camp near Port Republic about personal and family matters, the battles of Port Republic…
Envelope, To Col. R. Preston, Jan 1 (Ms1992-003)
Certificate, Medical Examination of Lieut. Col. Samuel Paul, Signed Medical Director of the 2nd Division, Army of the Potomac, Richmond, February 5 (Ms1992-003)
Letter, To Col. Preston, Report that no arms were received, Signed James Wade, Dublin, May 13 (Ms1992-003)
Envelope, Telegraph to Col. R. Preston, Christiansburg, May 15 (Ms1992-003)
Military Order, Regarding Col. Preston assuming command of all infantry Companies of the Volunteer Forces of Virginia, signed Col. Preston, Camp Smith, May 17 (Ms1992-003)
Letter, To Col. R. T. Preston regarding the 14th accepting volunteer regiments, Signed Secretary of War, Richmond, May 19 (Ms1992-003)
Military Order, To Col. Preston, regarding a committee to value the horses in the company warehouse, Lynchburg, May 20 (Ms1992-003)
Order of punishment of James W. Johnson for leaving camp and being drunk, Signed Robert T. Preston, May 20 (Ms1992-003)
Letter, Resignation of Position, from W. Watts to Col. Preston, Lynchburg, June 1 (Ms1992-003)
Letter, To Robert T. Preston, concerning mess accounts, Signed Wmm Burwell, 8th Brigade, November 2 (Ms1992-003)
February 18, 1783, Letter to Merchant from Walker Daniel
February 18, 1783, Letter from Walker Daniel, at Col. Floyd's, to a French Merchant concerning commercial conditions on the wester Kentucky Frontier…
Promissory Note, Thomas Goodson, October 23, 1803 (Ms1998-001)
Goodson asks Samuel Huff to pay George Helton two pounds and five shillings for him.
Promissory Note, Samuel Huff to James Goad, October 8, 1804 (Ms1998-001)
Samuel Huff says that he will pay James Goad $10.00.
Promissory Note, Bird Smith to Samuel Huff, February 4, 1805 (Ms1998-001)
Bird Smith says that he will give Samuel Huff 30 acres of land.
Letter, John Weddle to Samuel Huff, August 1806 (Ms1998-001)
Weddle informs Samuel Huff of his welfare after his trip and what he saw while he traveled.
Promissory Note, James Keef to William Byron, September 23, 1806 (Ms1998-001)
Keef promises 8 dollars to be paid on or before November 1, 1806.
Indenture, Bird Smith to William Thompson, March 3, 1807 (Ms1998-001)
Indenture between Bird Smith and William Thompson, for land on the west fork of Little River in Montgomery County, VA.
Promissory Note, Sam Huff to John Snyder, January 12, 1808 (Ms1998-001)
Huff promises to pay John Snyder one pound and nine pence.
Promissory Note, James Brawhey to Samuel Huff, February 23, 1812 (Ms1998-001)
Promises 4 dollars, 4 shillings and two sixpences.
Fine, Samuel Huff, November 12, 1812 (Ms1998-001)
Fine of 1 dollar and 50 cents to Samuel Huff for delinquency at Battalion and Augt. Musters
Loan Account, Samuel Huff, July 31, 1816 (Ms1998-001)
Montgomery County loan account in the name of Samuel Huff
June 17, 1828 Prescription for Nelson Esq. from a Pharmacy in Parish
Military Order, Appointment of Robert T. Preston to rank of Captain in the 5th Militia of the Commonwealth, signed by William B. Giles, Governor, Va, November 3, 1829 (Ms1992-003)
July 1, 1836, Letter From P. Graften, Jr. in New York City to Hugh M. Nelson, Esq. Re. a horse
Military Order, Appointment of Robert T. Preston to rank of Lieutenant Colonel in Virginia Militia, signed by David Campbell, Governor, Va, May 26, 1837 (Ms1992-003)
February 16, 1838, Letter from J.H. Mason in Washington, D.C. to Hugh M. Nelson, Esq. in Baltimore, Maryland, Re. The whereabouts of a clerk
Military Order, Appointment of Robert T. Preston to rank of Colonel in the Virginia Militia, signed by John M. Patton, Lieutenant Governor, Va, May 25, 1840 (Ms1992-003)
Invitation, Inauguration Ball, Miss Virginia T. Preston, March 5, 1849 (Ms1992-003)
Invitation to Miss Virginia T. Preston to the Grand Inauguration Ball of Zachary Taylor (U.S. President) and Millard Filmore (Vice-President), March…
White Journal, John Henning Woods, 1856-1873 (Ms2017-030)
Spanning from 1856 to July of 1873, this journal provides an autobiography describing Woods' family and life from childhood. It also contains poetry,…
1857, Letter from Adelaide in Long Branch to Nannie
Letter to Nannie from Mother Adelaide, Saturday in March, 1857
March 23, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Mother Adelaide
March 25, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Hugh M. Nelson
March 30, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Aunt Fanny
March 30, 1857, Envelope to Nannie from Adelaide
March 31, 1857, Letter from Adelaide to Nannie
April 6, 1857, Envelope from Adelaide to Nannie
April 6, 1857, Letter from Adelaide to Nannie
April 8, 1857, Envelope to Nannie from Adelaide
April 9, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Mother Adelaide
April 13, 1857, Letter from Adelaide Nelson to Nannie
April 16, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Mother Adelaide
April 25, 1857, Letter from Adelaide, in Long Branch, to Nannie
April 28, 1857, Letter from Mother Adelaide, in Long Branch, Nannie
April 30, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Mother Adelaide
May 4, 1857, Letter from Harriet L. Scollay, in Middleway, to Cousin Nannie
May 7, 1857, Letter to Nannie from Mother Adelaide
May 8, 1857, Letter to Nannie from L. B. Nelson