Skip to main content Skip to search results

Showing Collections: 1 - 3 of 3

O. J. Pritchard letter

 Collection — Box: 68
Identifier: MS-SC1218
Scope and Contents Letter to Horatio Seymour sent from Trenton Station discussing the upcoming Democratic National Convention and his reasons for supporting a "war man". Feels Lincoln can be defeated and he will support the man most likely to do it and that is probably McClellan.
Dates: Created: August 15, 1864

Reuben T. Prentice letters

 Collection — Box: 68
Identifier: MS-SC1212
Scope and Contents Letters written to Miss Lovina Eyster while he was serving in the army give pictures of life in the army, people in his regiment, camp life and scout and picket duty. Describes some military engagements and encounters with Mosby's men in Maryland. Discusses the campaign of 1864 and soldiers voting. Responds to news from home with comments about people and family. His letters are interesting and full of affection for Miss Eyster.
Dates: Created: 1861 - 1865

W. H. Price letters

 Collection — Box: 68
Identifier: MS-SC1215
Scope and Contents Letters dated May 6, 1862, Oct. 8, 1862 and May 2, 1864. Discusses naval engagements near Fort Morgan, the capture of New Orleans, the Fort Pillow massacre, the arming of African Americans, and the coming national election.
Dates: Created: 1862 - 1864