Richard R. Duncan Collection

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives
Handley Regional Library
Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

P.O. Box 58, Winchester, VA 22604
(540) 662-9041 ext. 17
archives@handleyregional.org
www.handleyregional.org

1416 THL

Inventory created by Archives Staff 09/2010 Last revised 08/2021

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS: Collection is open to all researchers.

USE RESTRICTIONS: Restrictions may apply concerning the use, photoduplication, or publication of items in this collection. Consult a member of the archives staff for information concerning these restrictions. The user assumes all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright. Please note that many of the materials in this collection are copies of original documents obtained from other repositories. Permission to publish these items or duplicate them in their entirety must be obtained from the original holding institution, which is indicated in bold print following the description of these materials.

EXTENT:  2.5 linear feet; 90 reels microfilm

CREATOR: Duncan, Richard R., 1931-2020

DATE: 1860 - 2003

SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Richard R. Duncan Collection consists largely of materials used by Professor Duncan in his teaching and research. Much of the material concerns the history of Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia during the Civil War and formed the basis for Professor Duncan’s book Beleaguered Winchester: A Virginia Community at War, 1861-1865, published in 2007. The collection also includes 90 reels of microfilm acquired by Prof. Duncan for his research. The microfilm includes government papers, personal papers, dissertations, and newspapers covering the Civil War period. There is a small amount of material about events in Winchester, including the Bicentennial Celebration in 1952.

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL: Richard Ray Duncan was born in Ohio in 1931. His family moved to Winchester in 1934. He graduated from John Handley High School in 1950 and then attended Lynchburg College, Washington & Lee University, and Ohio University. He earned a Ph.D. in History from the Ohio State University in 1963.

Professor Duncan began his teaching career at Kent State University, and later taught at the Ohio State University and the University of Richmond. He then took a position at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. where he remained for thirty-three years before retiring as Professor Emeritus in 2000. In addition to teaching, Professor Duncan was the editor of the Maryland Historical Magazine for seven years and wrote several books and articles on the Civil War, including Lee’s Endangered Left: The Civil War in Western Virginia, Spring of 1864 (2004) and Beleaguered Winchester: A Virginia Community at War, 1861-1865 (2007).

Professor Duncan died in Winchester in October 2020.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Richard Ray Duncan, Obituary, The Washington Post, October 21, 2020.                                 

CITE AS: Richard R. Duncan Collection, 1416 THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

ACQUISITION INFORMATION: Acquired as a gift.

ORGANIZATION:

BOX 1 – People –Filed in Alphabetical Order (A-C)

A (contains the following):
Allen, Ujanirtus – Campaigning with Old Stonewall, Confederate Captain Ujanirtus Allen’s Letters to his Wife, edited by Randall Allen and Keith S. Bohannon, LSU Press, Baton Rouge, LA, pgs. 83-87; 98-99; 168-185, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Ashby, General Turner -- Ashby, Turner Family Papers, includes letters to Colonel Ashby from June 30, 1861-May 17, 1862, diary entrees (author unknown) May 23, 1862-June 18, 1862, eight leaves, manuscript (photocopy), 2 leaves, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA

Ashby, General Turner – “Stonewall Jackson’s Cavalier: The Legendary Insubordinate, Turner Ashby” by Darrell Cochran, Virginia Country’s Civil War, Vol. 1, pgs. 21-26, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Ashby, General Turner – “First of the Cavaliers, General Turner Ashby’s Brief Glory”, Civil War Times, Vol. XXV, No. 10 (Feb., 1987), 22- 28, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Banks, Nathaniel (contains the following):
Banks, General Nathaniel -- General Nathaniel Banks Papers, March 14, 1862-May 24, 1862, 52 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Banks, General Nathaniel – June 7, 1862 Broadside, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA

B (contains the following):
Barclay, Alexander T. – Alexander T. Barclay Papers, June 11, 1861-May 29, 1862, 28 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA

Barton, Robert Thomas – Diary, 33-35; 37-52; 66-70; 74-96; 106-109, 52 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA

Bell, Isaac – Jordan-Bell Family Letters, letter dated June 30, 1861 from Ike Bell to Mrs. William R. Bell, 1leaf, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA

Blackford, Eugene – Gordon-Blackford Papers, letters from Eugene Blackford dated July 23-Aug. 28, 1864, 8 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Maryland Center for History and Culture, Baltimore, MD.

Byrd, Richard E.—Richard E. Byrd Papers. Letter dated October 2, 1863, 3 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA

Ca-Co (contains the following):
Carpenter, Henry Clay – Letter to his sister Sallie Carpenter Crockett dated July 22, 1864, Wythe County Historical Review, No. 30 (July, 1986), pgs. 19-20, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Carson, Robert Preston – Memoirs, pgs. 19-22, 4 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Chamberlayne, Ham – Ham Chamberlayne – Virginian, Letters and Papers of an Artillery Officer in the War for Southern Independence, pgs. 56-63; 66-73, 10 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Clark, Carrie H. – Carrie H. Clark Papers, Letter October 27, 1864, 4 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Collins, Captain John Overton – Captain John Overton Collins Papers, letters dated July 6, 1861 and July 10, 1861, 4 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Colston, William B – Frederica Holmes Trapnell Papers, Reminiscences, 9 leaves, typescript (photocopy)

Comly, General James M. – Journal from the Diary of James M. Comly, September 16, 1864-November 12, 1864, 19 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library, Fremont, OH.

Conrad, Holmes (includes the following):
Conrad, Holmes, -- “Conrad, Holmes”, Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Conrad, Holmes – Holmes Conrad Papers, Correspondence, 1861, 34 Leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Conrad, Holmes – Holmes Conrad Papers, Correspondence, 1862, 28 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Conrad, Holmes – Holmes Conrad Papers, Correspondence, 1863-1865, 28 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Conrad, Robert Y. (contains the following):
Conrad, Robert Y. – Robert Y. Conrad Papers, 1861 Virginia Secession Convention, 21 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Conrad, Robert Y. – “Robert Young Conrad and the Ordeal of Secession”, by David F. Riggs, The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 86, No. 3 (July, 1978), 17 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Conrad, Robert Y. (includes the following):
Conrad, Robert Y. – Robert Y. Conrad Papers, Correspondence, February 6, 1861-March 30, 1861, 26 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Conrad, Robert Y. – Robert Y. Conrad Papers, Correspondence, April 2, 1861-April 30, 1861, 46 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Conrad, Robert Y. – Robert Y. Conrad Papers, Correspondence, June 12, 1861-September 13, 1863, 38 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Cur-Cus (contains the following):
Curtis, William – William Curtis Papers, 28 leaves, typescript and manuscript (photocopy) West Virginia University, Morgantown, WVA.

Custer, General George A. – “Custer on the Rise” by Jeff Wert, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 35, No. 3 (June, 1996), pgs. 54-63, 11 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Custer, General George A. – A Complete Life of Gen. George A. Custer by Frederick Whittaker, pgs. 218-272, 30 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 2 -- People - Filed in Alphabetical Order (D-Jackson)

D (contains the following):
Davidson, Captain Greenlee, C.S.A. – Dairy and Letters, 1851-1863, by Charles W. Turner, pgs. 29-30; 55-61, 11 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Davis, Edward – Sgt. Edward Davis’ Dairy, 1861-1865, pgs. 37-41, 6 leaves, typescript (photocopy) United States Army Military History Institute, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

Davis, Lois (Wright) Richardson – Papers, correspondence, September 1864, two leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC.

Duval, Sarah Dandridge – “Memories of 64”, six leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Early, Jubal (contains the following):
Early, General Jubal – “Jubilee, General Jubal A. Early” by William C. Davis, Civil War Times Illustrated, Volume IX, No. 8 (December, 1970), (incomplete), pgs. 43-47, six leaves, printed (photocopy)

Early, Jubal – Order issued to General John McCausland from General Early dated July 20, 1864, 3 leaves, typescript and manuscript (both photocopies) Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA.

Early, Jubal – From Winchester to Fisher’s Hill, Letter to General Robert E. Lee from General Early dated October 9, 1864, Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10, pgs. 79-81, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Early, Jubal – Broadside to soldiers of the Valley District from General Early dated October 22, 1864, 1leaf, printed (photocopy) Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA.

Early, Jubal – letter dated October 19, 1864, 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA.

Early, Jubal – Letter from Jubal Early dated December 13, 1866, 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Early, Jubal – “Recollections of Jubal Early” by One Who Followed Him, Century Magazine, Volume LXX, No. 2 (July, 1905), 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Early, Jubal – Russell Hastings Collection, “Winchester, Fisher’s Hill, and Cedar Creek: by General Jubal Early, Battles and Leaders, pgs. 522-530, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

E (contains the following):
Edmondson, James Kerr -- Correspondence dated November 12-November 23, 1861, 6 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA.

Ellis, John C. – Ellis-Marshall Papers, letters dated June 15, 1861 and July 3, 1861, 7 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) United States Army Military History Institute, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

F (contains the following):
Feamaster, Thomas – Diary dated May 9, 1864-June 26, 1864, 24 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Flinn, Frank M. – Campaigning with Banks in Louisiana 63’ and 64’ and With Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley in 64’ and 65’, by Frank M. Flinn, pgs. 158-239, 42 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Forsyth, General George A., Thrilling Days in Army Life by George A. Forsyth, pgs. 125-168, 27 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Frost, Ephram W. – The Ephram W. Frost Letters Written during the Civil War, April 18, 1864-June 6, 1864, 12 leaves, typescript (photocopy) West Virginia Archives and History Library, Charleston, WVA.

G (contains the following):
Garibaldi, John – John Garibaldi Collection , letters dated December 30, 1861-October 24, 1862, 8 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Military Institute Archives, Lexington, VA.

Gilmor, Harry – Harry Gilmor Papers, Letter dated July 26, 1864, 6 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Maryland Center for History and Culture, Baltimore, MD.

Goodnight, Mrs. T. H. – “War Recollections, Two Officers”, Virginia History Magazine and Biography, Volume 43(1935), 355-359, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

H (contains the following):
Haas, James F. – “A Pennsylvania Family Goes to War”, speech given on at the Harrisburg Civil War Roundtable, February 22, 1985, 4 leaves, typescript (photocopy)

Harlow, George – Harlow Family Papers, letters from George Harlow dated October, 1861-November, 1862, 40 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Harrison, Matthela – Matthela Harrison’s Diary, January 29-February, 1863; May 16-November 2, 1863, 8 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Hastings, Colonel Russell – Memoirs of Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1863, 30 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library, Fremont, OH.

Hastings, Colonel Russell – “Battle of Opequam, Sept. 19, 1864 (supposed to have been written by Gen’l James Comly), 7 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library, Fremont, OH.

Henkel, Casper – Henkel Family Papers, letter dated September 12, 1861, 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.

Hunter, David (contains the following):
Hunter, General David – “Report of the Military Services of General David Hunter, U.S. A. During the War of the Rebellion”, U. S. War Department, 1873, 28 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Hunter, General David – Southern Claims Commission Report, June 30, 1874, 3 leaves, manuscript (photocopy)

Hunter, General David – Robert Smith Rogers Papers, orders issued by General Hunter from May 31, 1864-November 17, 1864, 6 leaves, printed and manuscript (photocopy) Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC.

Hunter, General David – “David Hunter: Villain of the Valley, The Sack of the Virginia Military Institute”, by Cecil D. Eby Jr., The Iron Worker, Spring, 1964, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

I (contains the following):
Imboden, Frank – Frank Imboden Papers, letters dated from December 8, 1861-September 30, 1924, 6 leaves, manuscript and typescript (photocopy) University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Ireland, Oscar Brown – Ireland, Oscar Brown Papers, letter dated October 20, 1864, 4 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC.

Jackson, Stonewall (contains the following):
Jackson, General “Stonewall” – Thomas J. Jackson Papers, Report on the Battle of Winchester, May 25, 1862, General Order No. 59, June 16, 1862, letter addressed to General Jackson from A. W. Harman, dated July 27, 1862, 26 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Military Institute Archives, Lexington, VA.

Jackson, General “Stonewall” – Stonewall Jackson Papers, letters dated December 2, 1861-February 22, 1862, 6 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA.

Jackson. General “Stonewall” – Letter dated May 26, 1862, 1 leaf, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Jackson. General “Stonewall” – “A Favorite Portrait of “Stonewall” by Ben Ritter, Civil War Times Illustrated, Volume 17, No. 10 (February, 1979), pgs. 37-39, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Jackson, General “Stonewall” – “Jackson the Strategists”, Civil War Times Illustrated, Volume 27, No. 2 (April 1988), 50 pages, printed

Jackson, General “Stonewall” – “Jackson: The Wrath of God” by Mark Grimsley and “Stonewall’s Other Grave” by William Hassler, Civil War Times Illustrated, Volume 23, No. 1 (March, 1984), pgs. 10-19, 11 leaves,

Graham Fanny – Letter to Mrs. Thomas J. Jackson, August 9, 1862, “Darkness – And A Shaft of Light, a Letter From Winchester”, The Winchester Evening Star, January 22, 1965, 1 leaf, printed

Jackson, Mary Anna -- Memoirs of Stonewall Jackson by His Widow Mary Anna Jackson, pgs. 167-169; 175; 199-200; 209-215; 222-223; 241-243; 355-359, 23 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 3 – People (Jo-R)

Jo (contains the following):
Jones, Colonel B. H.  – Thornton Taylor Perry Collection, Report of Colonel B. J. Jones, Battle of Piedmont, 6 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Jones, General William -- “Grumble” – “Grumble Jones, A Personality Profile”, Civil War Times Illustrated, Volume 7, No. 3 (June, 1968), pgs. 35-41, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

K (contains the following):
Kaufmann, Henry – The Civil War Letters of Private Henry Kaufmann. edited by David McCormick, pgs. 12-31, 11 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Kearnes, Watkins – Kearnes, Watkins Dairies, March 9-11, May 22-30, 1862; June 14-18, 1863, 11 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Keiser, Henry – Diary of Henry Keiser, pgs. 129-136, 8 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Harrisburg Civil War Roundtable, Harrisburg, PA.

Kepner, John Price – John Price Kepner Papers, diary dated August 7, 1864-December 1, 1864, 6 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

King, Thomas Butler – Thomas Butler King Papers, letter dated September 26, 1864 and October 24, 1864, 20 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Kinzer, William T. – William T. Kinzer Dairy, November 4, 1861-March 15, 1862, 11 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

L (contains the following):
Lambeth, Joseph – Joseph Lambeth Dairy, June 13, 1863-June 20, 1863, 1 leaf, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Langhorne, James Henry – James Henry Langhorne Dairy, February 1-2, 1862, 3 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Latimer, Thomas S. – Thomas S. Latimer Papers, letter dated November 5, 1862, 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.

Lee II, Edmund Jennings – Edmund Jennings Lee II Papers, Letter from General Jubal to Edmund Jennings Lee dated September 21, 1871, 4 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC.

Lewis, Leigh – Lewis Leigh Collection, letters dated February 12, 1865 and February 19, 1865, 16 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) United States Military History Institute, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

Lupton, John H. – Lupton Family Papers, miscellaneous documents from a Winchester Unionist, 21 leaves, manuscript and printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

M (contains the following):
Mastin, John A. – Roy Bird Cook Collection, Dairy dated September 5, 1864-October 11, 1864, 12 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) West Virginia University, Morgantown, WVA.

Maxwell, David Elwell – Maxwell, David Elwell Papers, and letter dates June 28, 1863, 4 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

McCauland, General John – McCauland Collection, letter to Charles Blackford from General John McCauland dated January 30, 1901, 3 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA.

McChesney, James Z. – H. E. Matheny Collection letter to Lucy from James Z. McChesney dated July 17, 1864, 2 leaves, typescript (photocopy) West Virginia University, Morgantown, WVA.

McIhenny, William – William McIhenny Diary, May 24, 1864-June 24, 1864, 5 leaves, typescript (photocopy) United States Military Institute, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

Miley, George Washington – Miley, George Washington Papers, letter dated May 26, 1862. 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Morgan, John T. – Address of the Hon. John T. Morgan on the Unveiling of the Monument to the Unknown Confederate Dead Delivered at Winchester, VA, June 6, 1879, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Mosby, Colonel John S. – “Retaliation, The Execution of Seven Prisoners by John S. Mosby, Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7 (taken from the Richmond Times, September 3, 1899), 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Mosby, Colonel John S. – John Mosby Letter, dated February 19, 1895 and October 27, 1904, 5 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA.

Murphy, James Madison – James Madison Murphy Papers, letters dairy, September 13, 1864-October 20, 1864, 19 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC.

Myers, Gustavus Adolph – Gustavus Adolph Myers Papers, letters dated July 23, 1864 and August 8, 1864, 6 leaves manuscript (photocopy) ) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Milroy, Robert (contains the following):
Milroy, General Robert H. – General Milroy Papers, Milroy Family Letters, 1862-1863. compiled by Margaret B. Paulus, January 5, 1863-August 23, 1863, 43 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Milroy, General Robert H. – excerpt from “The Haversack”, The Land We Love, Volume 5, No. 3, pg. 227, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

Milroy, General Robert H. – “Major Gen’l Milroy’s Report Relative to the Late Evacuation of Winchester”, Letter to President Lincoln from General Milroy on evacuation of Winchester, 19 leaves, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Milroy, General Robert H. – Letter of General Milroy dated June 4, 1863, taken from the Winchester Evening Star, June 12, 1963, 2 leaves, printed

P (contains the following):
Parker, William P. -- William P. Parker Diary, January 9, 1862-February 22, 1862, 8 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA.

Parmelee, Uriah – Parmelee Papers, Letters dated from August 26, 1864-October 29, 1864, 14 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University, Durham, NC.

Patch, George – Letters of George Patch, dated March 24, 1862-September 28, 1864, 96 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Current ownership of the originals and their whereabouts are unknown.

Paxton, General Frank “Bull” – Civil War Letters of General Frank “Bull” Paxton, C. S. A., A Lieutenant of Lee and Jackson edited by John G. Paxton, pgs. 8-9; 24-233; 40-1; 56-63, 13 leaves, printed (photocopy)

R (contains the following):
Randolph, George – Randolph Family Papers, letter dated May 26, 1862, 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Rathbone, Captain T. W. – “Captain T. W. Rathbone’s Brief History of Imprisonment, July 1-Novemeber 21, 1864” edited by Louis Bartlett, Ohio History Magazine. Vol. 71, No. 1 (Jan., 1962), 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Reader, Frank S. – Frank S. Reader Diary, March 10, 1864-November 30, 1865, 29 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA.

Riely, Emma – Reminiscences of the Civil War by Emma Cassandra Riely Macon, pgs. 9-13; 24-31;48-51; 54-59;66-109; 127-135, 40 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Roller, John E. – “Address: Our Heroes, the Leaders of a new Reformation” by John E. Rollins, 15 leaves, printed (photocopy) Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.

Russell, Isaac W. – “The Personal Record of Isaac William Russell of Winchester, Virginia, July 29, 1912”, 7 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.

Russell, Tillie – “A Virginia Heroine” by John Esten Cooke, Baltimore Sun, March 2, 1897 (obituary); “General Early’s Speech to the Ladies” Shepherdstown Register, August 30, 1874; “A Night on the Battlefield,” The Star, February, 25, 1897; “The city of Winchester”, unknown author and publisher; “The Late Randolph Ridley: Sudden Death of a Gallant Young Soldier,” by R. K. D., Winchester (Va.) Times, April 26, 1876; “Women of the South” pgs. 144-147; “heroine of Winchester, VA”, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 5, (April, 1897), pg. 168, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 4 – People – (S-Z)

S-Si (contains the following):
Schenck, General Robert – Robert Schenck Papers, Orders dated December 17, 1862-June 27, 1863, 92 leaves, printed and manuscript (photocopy) Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library, Fremont, OH.

Shanklin, Henry A – Henry A Shanklin Letters, dated July 14 and July 23, 1863, 7 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.

Sigel, General Franz – Franz Sigel Papers, letters dated July 22, 1864-July 26, 1864, 45 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH.

Simms, Arthur Benjamin – “A Georgian’s View of the War” edited by Jane Bonner Peacock, Atlanta Historical Society Journal, Summer, 1979, pgs. 90-1; 118-127; 134-137, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Sheridan, Philip (contains the following):
Sheridan, General Philip – “With General Sheridan in Lee’s Last Campaign” by a staff officer (Newhall, Frederic Cushman), 23 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Sheridan, General Philip – Reports and orders concerning General Sheridan from the 1864 Campaign, 34 leaves, printed (photocopy) Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Sheridan, General Philip – “Lieut. General Sheridan” Adam Badeau, Century Magazine, Vol. 27 (1883-1884), 15 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Sheridan, General Philip –  Philip Sheridan Papers, Report of General Sheridan on the 1864 Campaign, 27 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Sheridan, General Philip – “The Barn Burners” by N. M. Burkholder, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 28, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Sheridan, General Philip – “Sheridan’s Ride a Tame Affair” by Milton W. Humphrey, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 34 (1926), 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

Sheridan, General Philip – “War Recollections” by Susan Mary Pittman, Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 43, 1934, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Sheridan, General Philip – Philip Sheridan Papers, Dispatches sent to General Grant, October 12, 1864-October 29, 1864, 11 leaves, ,manuscript (photocopy) Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Sm-Sp (contains the following):
Smith, George H. – George S. Patton Jr. Papers, Letters dated December 4, 1905-April 16, 1908, “Notes upon Col. Edgar’s Account of the Battle of New Market”, 56 leaves, typescript and manuscript (photocopy) Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Smith, James P. – James P. Smith Papers, letter dated March 11, 1862, 2 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, VA.

Smith, William Alexander – Reminiscences, 9 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University, Durham, NC.

Sperry, Kate – “Kate Sperry’s Diary, 1861-1866” edited by Christine Andreae, Virginia Country Civil War, Vol. 1, 53 leaves, printed (photocopy)

V-Z (contains the following):
Voris, Alvin Cole – Voris, Alvin Cole Papers, letter dated March 13, 1862-May 19, 1862; Report of 67th Ohio Infantry, March 26, 1862, 24 leaves, typescript  (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

White, R. S. – Perry, Thornton Tayloe Papers, letters date November 19, 1861-July 3, 1863, 6 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Wilfong, John – John Wilfong Papers, letter dated October 3, 1864 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Duke University, Durham, NC.

Wolff, John W. and Davis, Christopher C. – biographies, 7 leaves, typescript

Young, John V. – John V. Young, Papers, letters dated August 4, 1864-October 12, 1864, 7 leaves, typescript (photocopy) West Viginia University, Morgantown, WVA.

Wright, Rebecca (contains the following):
Wright, Rebecca – Russell Hastings Collection, “General Sheridan’s Little Quaker Girl”, The Criterion, November, 1888, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Wright, Rebecca – “The Loyal Girl of Winchester, September, 1864”, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Wright, Rebecca – Sheridan Papers, Manuscript of Rebecca Wright, 11 leaves, manuscript (photocopy)
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Wright, Rebecca – “A Virginia Heroine”, Detroit Post and Tribune, January 16, 1883, and “The Heroine of Winchester”, The Evening Star”, n. d., 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Wright, Rebecca – “The Loyal Girl of Winchester, An Incident of the Civil War”, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 5 – Units

Confederate

Alabama (contains the following):
Alabama -- Twelfth Infantry Regiment, “The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army”, by Captain Robert E. Park, Southern Historical Society Papers, vol. 22, pgs, 193; 261-287, 26 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Alabama – Fifteenth Infantry Regiment, The War Between the Union and the Confederacy and its Lost Opportunities, History of the 15th Alabama Regiment, by Williams C. Oates, pgs. 6-7; 98-101, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina (contains the following):
Louisiana – Ninth Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Reminiscences of the War in Virginia. By David French Boyd, edited by T. Michael Parrish, pgs. 5-37, 17 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Maryland – Second Infantry Regiment, “The Diary of John H. Stone, First Lieutenant, Company B, Second Maryland Infantry, C.S.A.” edited by Thomas G. Clemens, Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 85 (Summer, 1990), pgs. 109-143, 36 leaves, printed (photocopy)

North Carolina – Thirty-Fifth Infantry Regiment, A Captain’s War, The Letters and Diary of William H. S. Burgwyn, edited by Herbert M. Schiller, pgs. xiv; 24; 26-28, 7 leaves, printed

Virginia (contains the following):
Virginia – Rockbridge Artillery, Civil War Letters of Private Joseph F. Shanner, C. S. A., copied and arranged by James C. Bramham and Margaret Tucker Scott, March 25 or 26, 1862, 4 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Virginia – Eighth Cavalry Regiment, “A Journal by John Milton Hoge, 1862-1865”, 38 leaves, typescript (photocopy)

Virginia – Twelfth Cavalry Regiment, Bull Run to Bull Run by George Baylor, pgs. 24-33; 66-71; 336-345, 13 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Virginia – Eighteenth Cavalry Regiment, War Diary of Frank Imboden, Dec. 11, 1862-Dec. 25, 1863, 22 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Virginia – Tenth Infantry Regiment, Ups and Downs of a Confederate Soldier by James Huffman, 32-33; 46-47, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Virginia – Thirteenth Infantry Regiment, “Thirteenth Virginia Infantry – Humor” by Andrew Hunter, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 16, No. 7 (July, 1908), pgs. 338-342, five leaves, printed (photocopy)

Virginia – Thirteenth Infantry Regiment, Diary and Memoir of Henry Jean Mugler, Chief Musician of the Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, June 25, 1861-July 20, 1861; June 16, 1862-1863-June 24, 1863, 38 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) West Virginia University, Morgantown, WVA.

Virginia – Thirteenth Infantry Regiment, “A Civil War Record or 1864-1865 compiled by George Quintus Peyton” July 3, 1864-September 20, 1864, 16 leaves, typescript (photocopy)

Virginia – Fifty-Third Infantry Regiment, Benjamin L. Farinholt Dairy, September 15, 1862, 1 leaf, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Union

Maine, Massachusetts (contains the following):
Maine -- First-Tenth-Twenty-Ninth Infantry Regiment, History of First-Tenth-Twenty-Third Maine Regiment by Maj. John M. Gould, pgs. 108-109; 122-123, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Massachusetts – Second Infantry Regiment, A Legacy of Valor, The Memoirs and Letters of Captain Henry Newton Comey, Second Massachusetts Infantry, edited by Lyman Richard Comey, pgs. 38-57, 13 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Massachusetts – Second Infantry Regiment, Life and Letters of Wilder Dwight, pgs. 206-221, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Massachusetts – Thirteenth Infantry Regiment, Three Years in the Army, The Story of the Thirteenth Massachusetts Volunteers from July 16, 1861-August 1, 1864, by Charles E. Davis, pgs. 29-36, eight leaves, printed (photocopy)

New York, Ohio (contains the following):
New York – Fifteenth Cavalry Regiment, The Red Neck Ties of History of the Fifteenth New York Volunteer Cavalry, compiled and edited by Chauncey S. Norton, pgs. 24-65, 22 leaves, printed (photocopy)

New York – Thirty-Fourth Infantry Regiment, Desolating This Fair Country, The Civil War Diary of Lt. Henry C. Lyons, 34th New York, by Henry C. Lyons, pgs. 72-83; 92-93, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

New York – One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth Infantry Regiment, “Prison Life In Dixie” by William F. Tiemann, 6 leaves, typescript  (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Ohio – First Light Artillery, Battery H, The First Ohio Light Artillery in Virginia, 1864-1865 by Rolland J. Gladieux, pgs. 15-16, 3 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Ohio – Seventh Infantry Regiment, The Seventh Regiment: A Record by Major George L. Wood, 89-113, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Ohio – Ninety-First Infantry Regiment, Bugles and Bells, The Story of the Ninety-First Ohio Volunteer Infantry, by E. E. Ewing, pgs. 124-139, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Ohio – One Hundred and Twenty-Second Infantry Regiment, The Civil War Letters of the Late 1st Lieut. James L. Hartley, 122nd Ohio Infantry Regiment, by James L. Hartley, pgs. 20-43, 12 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Pennsylvania, Vermont, Regulars (contains the following):
Pennsylvania – Fifty-Fourth Infantry Regiment, Four Years With the Fifth-Fourth, by Captain Charles W. Bennett Jr., pgs. 26-51, 27 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Vermont – Second Infantry Regiment, Anti-Rebel, The Civil War Letters of Wilbur Fisk, pgs. 244-257, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

United States Regulars – Fifth U. S. Artillery, Letters from H. A. Dupont to Brewerton. dated August 10, 1895 and October 1, 1895, 9 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Duke University, Durham, NC.

United States Regulars – Ringgold Cavalry, Elwood’s Stories of the Old Ringgold Cavalry, 1847-1865, by John W. Elwood, pgs. 17-23; 162-169; 187-271, 52 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 6 – Campaigns

1861 (contains the following):
“Jackson Alone” by Peter Cozzens, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 40, No. 6 (Dec., 2001), pgs. 30-39; 74-76, 14 leaves, printed

“General Patterson’s Defense”, Rebellion Record, Vol. 3, pgs. 392-394, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“General Patterson’s Movements” by an Officer of the Tenth Regiment of Pa., Rebellion Record, Vol. 2, pgs.395-397, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Schemes and Treachery” by Richard Patterson, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 28, No. 2 (April, 1989_, pgs. 38-45, 9 leaves, printed

“War along Southern Lines: The Great Locomotive March” by C. G. Hearn, Civil War Times Illustrated, vol. 25, No. 8 (Dec., 1986), pgs. 20-23; 28-31, 9 leaves, printed

“Johnston vs. Patterson: The Valley Campaign of 1861”, by Jeff Wert, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 17, No. 8 (Dec., 1978), (incomplete) pgs. 41-44, 5 leaves, printed

1862

Battle of Kernstown, March 23, 1862 (contains the following):
“The Battle of Winchester (Kernstown), VA”, Official Report of General Nathaniel Banks, Rebellion Record, 1862, Vol. 4, pgs. 328-343, 15 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Jackson’s Only Council of War”, from Riley, “Stonewall Jackson, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 7 (July, 1921), pg. 264, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

“Occupation of Winchester” from New York Times, Rebellion Record, 1862, vol. 4, pgs. 291-293, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Council of War” and “We Will Never Leave Winchester Without a Fight – Never, Never” by John Esten Cooke, Surry of Eagle’s Nest, Chapter 28 and 43, pgs. 106-107; 158-161, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Memoirs of General Ashby” by James Battle Avirett, Chapter 7, pgs. 150-165, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“We Are in For It”, by Robert Tanner, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 15, No. 7 (Nov., 1976), pgs. 16-23, 26-28, 12 leaves, printed (photocopy)

1862 Valley Campaign (contains the following):
“Sketch of a Battle at Winchester” from Robert Thomas Barton Memoir, 14 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

“A Single Step” by Jeff Wert and, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 33, No. 1 (March/April, 1994), pgs. 28-37, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Winchester, Second Battle, June 12-15, 1863 (contains the following):
“Battle at Winchester”, by C. M., Southern Bivouac, Vol. 2, No. 1 (September, 1883), pgs. 446-451, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Capture of Winchester, VA., and Milroy’s Army in June, 1863”, by I. G. Brantley, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 30, No. 7 (Sept., 1922), pgs. 330-332, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Evacuation of Winchester”, Report of General Milroy, June 30, 1863, Rebellion Record, 1863, Vol. 7, pgs. 28-41, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Ewell Seizes the Day at Winchester”, by Dean M. Wells, America’s Civil War, Vol. 10, No. 1 (March, 1997), pgs. 40-45, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Report of General Edward Johnson of Capture of Winchester” Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 7, pgs. 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Target: Winchester, Virginia” by Edward G. Longacre, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 15, No. 3 (June, 1976), pgs. 22-31, 11 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Terrific Fighting at Winchester”, by A. S. Hardy, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 3 (March, 19010, pg. 114, 1leaf, printed (photocopy)

Williams Family Papers, letter dated July 3, 1863, 2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Fall, 1863 (contains the following):
“Imboden’s Dash into Charlestown”, by F. Carter Berkeley, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Jan., 1917), pgs. 149-153, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 7 – Campaigns

1864 Valley Campaign, Overview (contains the following):
The Valley Campaigns, by Thomas Ashby, pgs. 275-301, 15 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Cause of All My Disasters: Jubal A. Early and the Undisciplined Valley Cavalry”, by Robert K. Krick, (source of articles unknown), pgs. 77-106, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Early’s Valley Campaign, 1864” by I. G. Bradwell, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 28, No. 6 (June, 1920), pgs. 218-221, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Valley Campaign of 1864”, by C. R. Hatton, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 27, No. 5 (May, 1919), pgs. 168-172, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Valley Campaign of 1864: A Military Study”, by General L. W. V. Kennon, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 26, No. 12 (Dec., 1918), pgs. 517-523 (incomplete), 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Valley Campaign of General Early”, by Moses Gibson, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 34, pgs. 212-217, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Winchester and Fisher’s Hill”, Letter from General Jubal Early to General R. E. Lee, dated October 9, 1864, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 10, pgs. 78-81, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“With Early in the Valley”, by I. G. Brantley, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 11 (Nov., 1914), pgs. 504-506, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

General Hunter’s Raid, 1864 (contains the following):
“Hunter’s Coming: A Rebel’s Experience in Hunter’s Raid on Lynchburg”, by B. W. Whitaker, Virginia Country’s Civil War, Vol. 6, pgs. 30-36, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Secessionist of West Virginia” by General David Hunter, Rebellion Record, Vol. 10, pg. 172, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Second Battle of Kernstown, July 24, 1864 (contains the following):
A Summer Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley in 1864, by Clinton M. Nichols pgs. 10-11; 26-27; 42-3; 52-3; 56-73, 12 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Old Killing Grounds: The Second Battle of Kernstown”, by Jeff Wert, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 23, No. 6 (Oct., 1984), pgs. 40-47, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Col. John S. Mosby, 1864 Campaign (contains the following):
“Bested At Berryville” by Douglas Gibboney, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 24, No. 8 (Dec., 1985), pgs. 36-39, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Inside Mosby’s Confederacy” by Jeff Wert, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 29, No. 4 (Sept/Oct., 1990), pgs. 34-46, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Winchester, Third Battle, September 19, 1864 (contains the following):
“Battle of Winchester” by James M. Garnett, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 31, pgs. 61-68. 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Shenandoah: More About Two Great Battles” by John T. Booth, The Ohio Soldier, Vol. 2, April 27, 1889, pgs. 459-460, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Sheridan’s Battle of Winchester” by John William DeForest, Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 30, Jan., 1865, pgs. 195-201. 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Sheridan’s Win at Winchester” by Joseph P. Cullen, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 6, No. 2 (May, 1967), pgs. 4-11, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Sketch of the Battle of Winchester” by M. L. Hawkins, pgs. 3-17, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy) Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus, OH.

“A Staff Officer’s Recollections of the Battle of Opequon”, Rutherford B. Hayes Papers, 11 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library, Fremont, OH.

“Tarheels’ Thin Gray Line” by General Bradley T. Johnson, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 27, pgs. 170-176, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Third Winchester: The End Begins” by Gary Gallagher, Civil War, Vol. 20, pgs. 26-36, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Whirling Through Winchester” by Albert Hemingway, America’s Civil War, Vol. 4, May, 1991, pgs. 38-44, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Battle of Toms Brook, October 9, 1864 (contains the following):
“Woodstock Races” by Jeff Wert, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 19, No. 2 (May, 1980), pgs. 12; 36-40, 10 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Battle of Fishers Hill, September 21-22, 1864 (contains the following):
“The Battle of Fisher Hill” by Russell Hastings, Russell Hastings Collection, 16 leaves, typescript (photocopy) Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library, Fremont, OH.

“The Battle of Fisher’s Hill” by John H. Lane, from the Richmond Dispatch, June 14, 1891, Southern Historical Papers, Vol. 19, pgs. 289-295, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Fishers Hill” The Ohio Soldier, Vol. 2, March 16, 1889, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

“Fisher’s Hill” by P. J. Rast, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 3 (March, 1915), pgs. 123-124, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864 (folder 1 contains the following):
“Battle of Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 19, 1864” by Samuel D. Buck, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 30, pgs. `04-110, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Battle of Cedar Creek” by George Percy Hawes, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 5 (may, 1923), 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864” by Captain J. S. McNeily, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 32, pgs. 223-239, 17 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Battle of Cedar Creek” by General Hazard Stevens, Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts, Vol. 6, pgs. 86-208, 64 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Great Battle at Cedar Creek” by Clarence R. Hatton, from the Times-Dispatch, November 11, 1906, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 34, pgs. 194-199, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Letter dated October 21, 1864 from Daniel A. Wilson to unidentified Colonel”, Wellford, Beverly Randolph Papers, 6 leaves, manuscript (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864 (folder 2 contains the following):
“That is a Lie: Sheridan’s Denunciation of Gen. Crook”, from the Lyman Walter Vere Kennon Paper, 4 leaves, typescript and printed (photocopy) Duke University, Durham, NC.

“The Famous Fight at Cedar Creek” by General A. B. Nettleton, The Annals of the War Written by the Leading Participants North and South, pgs. 654-664, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Notes on the Battle of Cedar Creek” by Major G. B. Gerald, and “The Battle of Cedar Creek” by C. S. M., Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 16, pgs. 391-; 443-446, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Rienzi’s Story” by Sydney H. Kasper, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 27, No. 9 (Jan., 1989), pgs. 20-25, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Report of Conner’s South Carolina Brigade at Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864” by Major James M. Goggin, Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 11, pgs. 520-523, four leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Sheridan’s Ride – The Real Story” by Edward J. Stackpole, Civil War Times, Vol. 3, No. 6 (Oct., 1961), pgs. 12-15, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Wythe County Civil War Letters” edited by James S. Presgraves, Wythe County Historical Review, No. 2 (Jan., 1972), 5 leaves, typescript and manuscript (photocopy)

Battle of Waynesboro, March 2, 1865 (contains the following):
“Old Jubilee’s Last Battle” by Jeff Wert, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 16, No. 5 (Aug., 1977), pgs. 20-27, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 8 – Miscellaneous Subjects

Soldiers and Spies (contains the following):
Johnny Reb and Billy Yank, by Andrew Hunter, pgs. 308-311, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

On Hazardous Service: Scouts and Spies on the North and South, by William Gilmore Beymer, pgs. ix-35, 25 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“So Far From God, So Close to Stonewall”, by Peter J. Carmichael, Civil War Times, Vol. 44, No. 2 (June, 2005), pgs. 42-48; 75-77, 12 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Medical Service (contains the following):
“Medical Department, Confederate States Records, Letters Sent and Received, Medical Director’s Office, Richmond, Va., 1862-1865” compiled by peter W. Houck, Chapter 6, vol. 416, 6 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Sheridan’s Medical Service in the Shenandoah”, by Dr. Gordon W. Jones, pgs. 17-21, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Winchester Medical College, Winchester, Virginia, 1827-1862”, by Abner H. Cook, The Medical Pickwick, pgs. 3-7, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Civilians (contains in the following):
Broadside, “Bureau Refugees, and Abandoned Land”, Winchester, VA, August 6, 1865, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Burning Down the South”, by Mark Grimsley, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 34, No. 4 (Sept/Oct., 1995), pgs. 48-55, 8 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“The Ravages of War”, by Stephen B. Oates, excerpt from Touched by War Volume II, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 25, No. 5 (Sept., 1986), pgs. 36-39, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Why Have You Burned My House: Henrietta Lee and the Burning of Bedford” by Alexander Lee Levin, Virginia Cavalcade, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Autumn, 1978), pgs. 84-95, 13 leaves, printed (photocopy)

War on the Borderlands by Jonathan M. Berkey (separated into two folders)
Berkey, Jonathan M. War on the Borderland: The Civilian’s Civil War in Virginia’s Shenandoah, Ph.D. dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University, 2003, 324 pages, printed.

Newspapers, Part 1 (contains the following):
Baltimore American, news clippings, March 14-April 4, 1862; June 16-24, 1863; September 21-26, 1864, 37 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Baltimore Sun, news clippings, March 14-June 17, 1862, 36 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Baltimore Sun, news clippings, September 21-November 4, 1864, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Newspapers, Part II (contains the following):
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, September, 1866, 11 leaves, printed (photocopy)

New York Times, news clippings, March 14-August 26, 1862, 52 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Richmond Sentinel, news clippings, July 24-September 24, 1864, 14 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Washington (D. C.) National Intelligencer, news clippings, July 23-October 28, 1864, 20 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Winchester Articles (contains the following):
“The Hidden Image”, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 19, No. 8 (Dec., 1980), pgs 51, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Origins of Confederate Memorial Day”, by E. Holmes Conrad, Confederate Veteran Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 11 (Nov., 1902), pgs. 2 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Quiet Courage, Winchester, Virginia in the Civil War”, by Jerry W. Holsworth, Blue and Gray Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Dec., 1997), pgs. 6-26; 47-61, 34 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“They Sleep in Peace A Century Later at Appomattox”, The War of 1861-1865, taken from The Richmond Times Dispatch and the Richmond News Leader, 22 pages, printed

“A Town Embattled”, by Chris Fordney, Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 34, No. 6 (Feb., 1996), pgs. 30-37; 70, 10 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Winchester and Baltimore: A Forgotten Page of History” by William M. Ives and B. Latrobe Weston, Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 1 (March, 1934), pgs. 21-24, five leaves, printed (photocopy)

Winchester - Churches, Public Meetings, Schools (contains the following):
“Under Fire: Faith, Prejudice, and Compassion in a Virginia Parrish, 1861-1865”, by John L. Kater Jr., Anglican and Episcopal History. Vol. 71, No. 1 (March, 2002), pgs. 1-25, 13 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Public Meeting in Frederick County, Virginia, December 14, 1860, 4 leaves, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Public Meeting in Winchester, Virginia, January 9, 1861, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

To The Citizens of Frederick County, Virginia, February 5, 1861, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Dunbar Academy – List of courses and Broad of Visitors, June 12, 1866, 2 leaves, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Shenandoah Valley Academy – Catalogue 1881-1882, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy) Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA.

Women (contains the following):
“And Their Works Do Follow Them”, by G. Nash Morton, Confederate Veteran Magazine, vol. 30, No. 9 (Sept., 1922), pgs. 355-357, 3 leaves, printed (photocopy)

“Our Women in the War: The Lives They Lived, The Deaths They Died”, The Weekly News and Courier, Charleston, S. C., pgs. 88-95; 394-401, 9 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Diary of a Southern Refugee During the War, by Judith White McGuire, pgs. 26-29; 32-33; 36-39; 72-73, 7 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Women or Chronicles of the Late War, by Mary Tucker Magill, pgs. 104-127; 154-171; 200-221; 236-255, 42 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Women of the Civil War South: Personal Accounts from Diaries, Letters, and Postwar Reminiscences, by Marilyn Mayer Culpepper, pgs. 180-215, 19 leaves, printed (photocopy)

BOX 9

Virginia’s Civil War: A Guide to Manuscripts at the Virginia Historical Society, compiled by Graham T. Dozier, 307 pages, printed

Virginia Record, Confederate Centennial Edition, January, 1961. 169 pages, printed

Winchester Community Events – Concert Series (contains the following):
Booklet Program–National Symphony Orchestra of Washington, DC, 20 pages, 1949, printed

Programs–Community Concert Association (Sascha Gorodnitzki, Igor Gorin, Richard Farrell, The Revelers, Arthur Whittemore, and Jack Lowe), 4 pages each, 1949-1950, printed

Winchester Bicentennial Series from the Washington Post, `1952 (contains the following):
The Washington Post, February 24, 1952, featuring the Winchester, Virginia Bicentennial, 4 pages, printed

The Washington Post, February 25, 1952, featuring the Winchester, Virginia Bicentennial regarding granting of Northern Neck to Lord Fairfax, 4 pages, printed

The Washington Post, February 26, 1952, featuring the Winchester, Virginia Bicentennial regarding Morgan Morgan, 4 pages, printed

The Washington Post, February 27, 1952, featuring the Winchester, Virginia Bicentennial regarding Col. James Wood, 4 pages, printed

The Washington Post, February 28, 1952, featuring the Winchester, Virginia Bicentennial regarding George Washington, 4 pages, printed

MICROFILM

Personal Papers

Cameron, Simon. Papers (Boxes 1-24) 1738-1889, General Correspondence. Container 7, January 1861 through June 1861

Cameron, Simon. Papers (Boxes 1-24) 1738-1889, General Correspondence, Container 8, July 1861 through September 1861-Library of Congress

Cameron, Simon. Papers (Boxes 1-24) 1738-1889, General Correspondence, Container 9, October 1861 through January 1862

Hayes, Rutherford B. Papers, 1834 through 1893, Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Series 2, Roll No. 2

Hayes, Rutherford B. Papers, 1861 through 1865-Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Series 7, Roll No. 271

Hayes, Rutherford B. Papers, 1861 through 1865, Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Series 7, Roll No. 272

Hayes, Rutherford B. Papers, 1861 through 1865-Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Series 7, Roll No. 273

Pearce, James Alfred. Papers, 1854-1860, Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

Pearce, James Alfred. Papers, 1861-1865, Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

Schenk, Robert C. Papers, March 5, 1862 - May 11, 1863, Rutherford B. Hayes Library

Schenk, Robert C. Papers, May 12, 1863 - January 28, 1864, Rutherford B. Hayes Library

Newspapers

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), January - June 1861

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), July - December 1861

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), January - June 1862

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), July - December 1862

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), January - June 1863

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), July - December 1863

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), January - June 1864

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), July - December 1864

Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore, MD), January 1865 - June 30, 1865

The Daily Globe (Washington, D.C.), January 25, 1864 - June 16, 1864

Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, D.C.), June 18, 1864 - December 31, 1864

Democratic Alleganian (Cumberland, MD), January 10, 1857 - December 25, 1859

Democratic Alleganian (Cumberland, MD), May 10, 1864 - May 1, 1867

Easton Gazette (Easton, MD), May 27, 1854 - December 14, 1861, Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

Easton Gazette (Easton, MD), January 4, 1862 - December 2, 1865, Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

The Franklin Repository (Chambersburg, PA), July 8, 1863 - February 17, 1864

The Franklin Repository (Chambersburg, PA), February 24, 1864 - December 27, 1865

Frederick Examiner (Frederick, MD), January 4, 1860 - August 26, 1863

Frederick Examiner (Frederick, MD), September 2, 1863 - December 31, 1866

The Hagerstown Mail (Hagerstown, MD), August 2, 1861 - December 2, 1870

Lynchburg Daily Virginian (Lynchburg, VA), August 1, 1863 - July 20, 1864

Lynchburg Daily Virginian (Lynchburg, VA), August 1, 1864 - August 31, 1865

Richmond Daily Whig (Richmond, VA), January - December 1864

Richmond Dispatch (Richmond, VA), January - June 1864

Richmond Dispatch (Richmond, VA), July through December 1864-

Richmond Sentinel (Richmond, VA), June 1, 1864 - December 5, 1865

The Southern Aegis (Bel Air, MD), July 18, 1857 - April 10, 1868

Spirit of Jefferson (Charlestown, WV), September 7, 1852 - December 31, 1867

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), July 29, 1856 - January 19, 1866

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), September 1, 1860 - February 28, 1861

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), August 24, 1861 - February 20, 1862

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), February 21, 1862 - August 19, 1862

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), March 1, 1862 - August 23, 1861

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), August 20, 1862 - February 16, 1863

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), February 17, 1863 - August 15, 1863

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), August 17, 1863 - February 22, 1864

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), February 23, 1864 - August 3, 1864

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), August 4, 1864 - January 31, 1865

The Sun (Baltimore, MD), February 1, 1865 - July 28, 1865

The Valley Register (Middletown, MD), May 7, 1858 - December 27, 1861

The Valley Register (Middletown, MD), January 3, 1862 - December 29, 1865

Records of State and Federal Governments

Baltimore, MD. City Council. Journal of Proceedings of First Branch of City Council (Baltimore, MD), 1860-1861. Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

Baltimore, MD. City Council. Journal of Proceedings of First and Second Branch of City Council (Baltimore, MD): First Branch: 1862-1863; Second Branch: 1860-1861. Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

Baltimore, MD. City Council. Journal of Proceedings of First and Second Branch of City Council (Baltimore, MD): First Branch: 1864, 1865; Second Branch: 1862-1864. Maryland Center for History and Culture (Maryland Historical Society)

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Dissertations

Evitts, William Joseph. “A Matter of Allegiances: Maryland from 1850 to 1861.” PhD diss. John Hopkins University, 1971.

Henig, Gerald Sheldon. “Henry Winter Davis: A Biography.” PhD diss. City University of New York, 1971.

Hinton, Harwood Perry. “The Military Career of John Ellis Wool, 1812-1863.” PhD diss. University of Wisconsin, 1960.

Licterman, Martin. “John Adams Dix, 1789-1879.” PhD diss. Columbia University, 1952

Philips, Edward H. “The Lower Shenandoah Valley During the Civil War: The Impact of War Upon the Civilian Population and Upon Civil Institutions.” PhD diss. University of North Carolina, 1958