CS_00/CS_09. Military History
Found in 773 Collections and/or Records:
"Battery at Fort Jackson [Louisiana] toward the Mississippi,” by Charles F. Allgouer, ca. June 1862 [pencil on paper, 6 1/4” x 9 1/2”]
Papers relate to personal and professional activities of Allin, Port engineer, U.S. Army Colonel who served in both world wars, and Chicago native. Memorial book, newspaper clippings, and letter organized by type of material.
Bulletins, applications, petitions, report, and pamphlets concerning the American War Mothers, an organization of mothers of World War I servicemen, collected by Violet A. Haynes, national historian of the organization.
The Amon Carter Museum, Woodward catalog cards consist of rearch materials created and collected by Arthur Woodward in his work assessing artwork at the Amon Carter Museum.
In this diary, Kitty Anderson, daughter of Union Army officer and Ohio Senator and Governor Charles Anderson, chronicles her family's activities in the fall of 1861. Significant events include the arrest of Charles Anderson, his escape to Mexico, and the family's reunion.
Edward J. Angly was a World War II war correspondent and UT student, class of 1919. Includes two scrapbooks, correspondence, and a Galveston News official baseball score book.
The Anthony-Cryer Family Papers consist of correspondence, business papers, financial documents, photographs, ephemera, artifacts, and a family bible that document the Anthony-Cryer family, specifically Elizabeth Claiborne Cryer Anthony, her husband Daniel J. Anthony, and their descendants, first in Tennessee near the Cumberland River and later in Texas in Kaufman county.
Nine manuscripts poems by C. Appleyard, Cambridge University M.A., relate to Texas, the Civil War, and U.S. History. Included are typescripts of seven of the works and a photocopy of one other.
A letter and a military order annulling Armstrong’s contract as a surgeon in the United States Army.