Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
This collection, produced and collected by William Pitt Ballinger (1825-1888), soldier, attorney, and businessman of Galveston, Texas, is one of the outstanding sources of documentation for nineteenth-century Texas and Southern history, particularly of the Confederacy and the post-Civil War period.
Papers relating to Black (1820-1862), a physician in Panola County, as well as to the Robb family of New Orleans reflect the social, political, cultural, and financial activities of various family members and friends. Correspondence and financial records primarily concern Black's medical career and his service with the Confederate Army. There is also a weather diary kept by Black in 1853
The Joshua K. Callaway Papers, 1862-1863, contain 84 letters written by Calloway to his wife, Dulcinea Baker Callaway, during his time in the Confederate Army. The letters include accounts of his experiences in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia, as well as his descriptions of daily life in Confederate camps.
This collection contains transcripts of Benjamin Bartlett Cannon's travel journal, as well as family history and correspondence.
Collection concerns the family of Carrington (1816-1897), merchant and soldier, and relates to family news and genealogical information about the Carrington, Denny, and Rothhaas families; Carrington’s activities as a captain in the Confederacy; and land transactions. Included are correspondence, reports, legal documents, financial papers, calling cards, newspaper clippings, magazine, funeral notices, and photographs.
Consisting of two volumes of typescript and Photostats of correspondence of the Crittenden and Browning family members, the majority of the letters are from John Crittenden to his wife, Bettie Browning Crittenden, while he served in the 34th Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.