Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Anderson of Moss Point, Jackson County, Mississippi, consist of a physician’s book, notes and receipts.
The Edwin Pinckney Becton Papers, 1862-1870, consist of Civil War correspondence and speeches. Two originals and several transcripts compose the correspondence between Becton and his wife Mary. Transcripts of Becton's speeches concern his activities as Confederate surgeon, as a candidate for election, and as a member of the Texas Legislature.
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
Pamphlets and Photostats of a diploma and medical license compose the Ferdinand Eugene Daniel Papers, 1862, 1904-1908, documenting Daniel’s medical career.
Comprising Photostats of reports, a military order, and a certificate, the Erasmus Edwards Papers, 1842-1847, document Edward’s career as a physician and his service during the Mexican War.
Papers include correspondence, affidavits, commission, certificates, military reports, and orders concerning the career of Ewing (1809-1853) as chief surgeon in the army of the Republic of Texas and as a Mason.
The George Achille Feris papers, 1841-1874 includes correspondence, legal documents, and maps relating to Feris' American Civil War experiences.
This collection contains recollections, correspondence, clippings, certificates, programs, and photographs relating to Harold Freed, his wife Ester, and their family.
Andrew Gullett was a physician and Assistant Surgeon in the 3rd Missouri Cavalry in the Confederate States Army; these papers reflect his career therein.
Consisting of correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks, newspaper clippings, biographical sketches, genealogical items, photographs, research notes, and business and financial documents, the William E. Howard Papers, 1826-1853, 1908, 1930-1954, chronicle Howard’s familial affairs and interest in Texas history.