CS_00/CS_09. Military History
Found in 773 Collections and/or Records:
Eleven albumen cabinet photographs from 1890 depict army camps, including Camp Young, Camp Stanley, and Camp Osborne, and the Texas landscape, including the Chisos mountains, waterfalls, Talinguia Creek, and hot springs. Scenes include campfires, tents, and soldiers relaxing.
Arnett, born in Alabama in 1823, moved many times in his early life and came to Texas in 1845. Papers deal with personal news of the various branches of the Arnett family and contain detailed reminiscences and family history.
A study of the organization of the Confederate government, the Confederate Army, and the Confederate Navy (1860-1865).
Papers concerning the business activities and personal affairs of Askew (1845-1921), the first auditor for the Texas Railroad Commission (1891-1906), contain correspondence, letterbook, bills, receipts, checks, reports, legal documents, maps, an autobiography and other literary productions, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Letters chronicle experiences of two soldiers stationed in the United States during World War II.
Handwritten account by Thomas Babb of the Battle of Galveston Bay, offered as testimony in the case of Lieutenant Commander Law.
Wiggs Newton Babb Papers, circa 1919, is comprised of various papers relating to Texan Wiggs Newton Babb's service in World War I.
Badeau was a Union army general, an aide to General William T. Sherman, and a historian. The Adam Badeau Narrative, 1863-, is a narrative of the Battle of Gettysburg.
The E. Jarvis Baker memoir consists of a manuscript copy of a lecture given by Baker at a meeting of the Grand Army of the Republic in Dorchester, Massachusetts, in 1882.