Browse Items (596 total)

  • Collection: Civil War and Slavery Collection
Go to Zouave soldier with flag and rifle item page

Design of a soldier in Zouave uniform holding flag, and "Remember Ellswoth" (sic), for Elmer Ephriam Ellsworth, the first Union officer to be a casualty of the American Civil War. Design in red and blue on a white envelope.
Go to Yorktown, Virginia item page

Fort at Yorktown, Virginia. Design in sepia on white envelope.
Go to Wisdom, Justice & Moderation item page

Design shows seal with wisdom, justice and moderation in blue on white envelope.
Go to Wisconsin. The Loyal States, Union item page

Design shows female with flag and state coat of arms and "Wisconsin, The Loyal States, Union." Design in blue on a white envelope. Designed and manufactured by Reagles & Co., 1 Chambers Street, N.Y.
Go to Wisconsin. The Loyal States, Union item page

Design shows female with flag and state coat of arms and "Wisconsin, The Loyal States, Union." Design in red on a white envelope. Designed and manufactured by Reagles & Co., 1 Chambers Street, N.Y.
Go to Wisconsin. Loyal to the Union item page

Design shows female with state coat of arms and "Loyal to the Union. State of Wisconsin." Design in red and blue on a white envelope. Printed by Jno. G. Wells. cor Park Row and Beekman Street, N.Y.
Go to William Henry Shepard from G. C. Noble item page

Letter to a friend from Harvard law student regarding his attendance at Boston political festivals where he heard Abolitionists William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass, and at a women's rights convention. He also discusses politics in the 1860…
Go to William H. Herndon, law partner of Abraham Lincoln, photo and note item page

William H. Herndon, law partner of Abraham Lincoln from 1848 until Lincoln's death. Photo of Herndon and note to clerk concerning Ambrose Barrett, Feb. 13, 1861.
Go to William Carroll from Edwin M. Stanton item page

Letter from Secretary of War Edwin Stanton informing Carroll of the leadership of his son Samuel Sprigg Carroll during a recent advance by the Army of the Shenandoah. In it Stanton expresses his hopes for a promotion for his son.
Go to Whitley Read Civil War diary item page

This diary was kept by soldier Whitley Read detailing his last year of service in the 10th New York Heavy Artillery, Company H. It also focuses on his postwar service on a Great Lakes Schooner. The last pages of the diary include brief memoranda and…
Go to Washington's farwell address item page

Design shows portion of Washington's farewell address in oval wreath frame. Design in blue on white envelope.
Go to Washington's farewell address item page

Design of quote from Washington's farewell address in oval wreath. Design in blue on white envelope.
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