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Descriptive Summary
Baxter, Lionel
Lionel Baxter Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
Materials in:
Collection consists of letters, documents, autographs, engravings, maps, facsimiles, broadsides, framed items, books, and ephemera related predominantly, but not exclusively, to the Civil War.
9 boxes.
A-6 (6 boxes) & G-13 (3 oversized boxes).
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
E-Mail: archive@olemiss.edu
URL: https://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/
Cite as:
Lionel Baxter Collection (MUM00027). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Biographical Note
Lionel F. Baxter was a broadcasting media executive for years and a director of the Storer Communications Company.
see also: A Baxter family from South Carolina: Scotch Irish pioneers from Ulster / by Lionel Francis Baxter and John William Baxter.

Scope and Contents Note
The Baxter Collection was developed by Lionel Baxter from his lifelong interest in American history, particularly the Civil War.
Collection contains wartime and postwar correspondence from various Confederate officers and soldiers on a wide variety of subjects. Letters include those from William J. Hardee, Leonidas Polk, John C. Pemberton, William S. Rosecrans, and Nathan B. Forrest. Also includes engravings, muster rolls, maps, and an extensive collection of books. Also includes war microfilmed war records of the 20th Mississippi Infantry Regiment. Finally, contains materials related to the life of Hermann Baxter. (8 Boxes, Microfilm reels, and 1 Footlocker)

Access Restrictions
Use Restriction
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be “used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research.” If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of “fair use”, that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Container List


Box 1 — Letters, Documents, Autographs, Engravings, Newsclips, etc. (predominately, but not exclusively, Civil War related)

Folder 1 (pre-Civil War letters):

W. E. Jones & W. W. Loring, C.S.A. Generals, DS,

April 15 1851, Oregon Territory

Robert F. Crenshaw, ALS, December 13, 1860, Pontotoc

Mississippi, to his cousin in Elkton, Tenn.

Albert Sydney Johnston, C.S.A. General, ADS, June 24,

1839, as Secretary of War, Texas Republic

Folder 2 (William T. Sherman, Jefferson Davis):

William T. Sherman, duplicate copy of field order #42,

Siege of Atlanta, July 25, 1864

Jefferson Davis, photocopies of ALS and typescript of

same, January 1, 1878, to A. D. Mann

Jefferson Davis, signed photograph card, photo taken

“in old age”

Folder 3 (Nathan Bedford Forrest, William Howard):

Nathan B. Forrest, C.S.A. General, letter in his hand but not signed, August 22 1869, Marion Alabama, to Gen. Rucker

Nathan B. Forrest, LS, February 10 1873, Memphis, Tennessee, to Gen. Rucker

[Nathan B. Forrest] clipped signature

William Howard, Maj. C.S.A., Forrest’s Quartermaster,

ALS, October 6 1862, to his father, praising Gen.


William Howard, ADS, December 22 1862, Parole of Honor

Folder 4 (Marion Francis Baxter):

Photocopies of photographs (1870 and 1925) and book

inscription dated September 1 1882

Folder 5 (Docs., Letters, from C.S.A. Officers & Soldiers):

William Edwin Baldwin, General, ALS, October 14 1863,

Enterprise Mississippi, to “Oscar”

James B. Blackwell, ALS and handmade envelope, October

5 1864, [Winsborough] Virginia, to his sister

Mrs. A. G. Duncan, New Albany Mississippi

William Joseph Hardee, General, ANS, no date, to “General”; an engraving of Hardee also included

Manfield Lovell, General, ALS, October 22 1862, Holly

Springs Mississippi, to his son Josie

J. C. Pemberton, Lt. Gen., LS, March 30 1863, Jackson

Mississippi, to Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks, U.S.A.

Leonidas Polk, General, ALS, May 7 1863, Headquarters

Polks Corps, to “Elliott”

J. V. Ramsey, Col., August 28 1861, Montery Virignia,

to Brig. Gen. Henry R. Jackson in Greenbriar VA

Carter L. Stevenson, Maj. Gen., ANS (on the back of the

above letter from Ramsey to Jackson), Valley

Mountain West Virginia, to Gen. H. R. Jackson

Carter L. Stevenson, ALS, September 5 1861, Valley

Mountain West Virginia, to Gen. H. R. Jackson,

Montery Line Virginia

Daniel Ruggles, Brig. Gen., DS, January 9 1863, Exchange

and Paroled Prisoners

Folder 6 (Letters, Post-Civil War, C.S.A. Officers):

William H. Forney, General, ALS, March 23 1884, from

U.S. House of Representatives, to Lyle Thoburn

Alexander P. Stewart, General, ALS, February 16 1886,

Univ. of Mississippi, Oxford, to E. C. Brown

Alexander P. Stewart, ALS, August 18 1891, War Dept.,

Washington D.C., to Gen. Marcus J. Wright

John Tyler Morgan, General, ALS, February 9 1877,

Selma Alabama, to President Grant

Folder 7 (Documents, Letters, Union Officers, Civil War

and Post-Civil War):

Nathaniel P. Banks, Maj. Gen., ALS, September 4 1861,

Camp at Damstown, to Dr. Baxter

William S. Rosecrans, General, ALS, October 29 1872,

Mexico, to Miss Rosa Kingsley

E. O. C. Ord, General, ALS, December 31 1867, Holly

Springs Mississippi, to Editor of N.Y. Times

ALSO: telegrams to Ord from U. S. Grant and

Andrew Johnson

Folder 8 (Signatures, Union and C.S.A. Officers):

Gen. John Adams (plus a photocard of him)

Maj. George Blake Cosby

General Robert Lowry

Gen. Peter Joseph Osterhaus

Gen. Jones Mitchell Withers

Maj. Gen. David E. Twiggs (ANS)

Folder 9 (Miscellaneous Autographs):

George W. Childs

William H. Crane

John Cochrane

George William Curtis

Charles A. Dana

James. J. Davis

Richard Coker

A California “49-er”

Owen Davis

Folder 10 (Envelopes, Civil War):

Winfield Scott Featherston, General C.S.A., May 27 1864,

Dalton Georgia, to Chaplain Rev. Thomas R. Markham

David Dixon Porter, Commander U.S.N., a Patriotic


Northern Patriotic Envelope used by a soldier in Co. E,

20th Mississippi Mounted Infantry

Homemade Envelope from Co. F, 20th Regiment Mississippi

Volunteers, Adams Brigade, Touring Division,

Garlandsville Mississippi

Georgia Battalion, Dalton Georgia

Edward Door Tracy, Brig. Gen. C.S.A., from Tullahoma

Tennessee, to Mrs. E. D. Tracy in Macon Georgia

Postmaster Provisional, Sumter South Carolina,

February 4 1861

Folder 11 (Engravings, predominately, but not exclusively,

Civil War Generals):

Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard

Braxton Bragg

Patrick Ronayne Cleburne

Robert Edward Lee

John Buchanan Floyd

William Starke Rosecrans

Joseph E. Johnston

John Hunt Morgan

Nathaniel Greene

Rufus King

John Bell Hood

D. C. Broderick

Rev. James W. Alexander

Alexander H. Stephens

Group Portrait of Confederate Generals Bragg, Longstreet,

Johnston, Hood, Smith

Folder 12 (C.S.A. Government):

Richmond Virginia, General Orders #1, January 6 1865

Folder 13 (Father Abram J. Ryan):

Civil War Poet-Priest from Mobile Alabama, photograph

of statue and newsclipping

Folder 14 (John Sharp Williams):

United States Representative, TLS, September 24 1908,

Yazoo City Mississippi, to Hon. Robert Baker

Folder 15 (Edward VIII):

Newsclippings re. abdication

Folder 16 (FDR Speech):

Newsclipping, Franklin Roosevelt’s December 8 1941

Speech to Congress

Box 2 — Correspondence, Misc., Lionel Baxter

Folder l:

Letters to Lionel Baxter from various politicians,

including a TNS from Richard Nixon, and letters

from Carl Albert, Silvio Conte, Bob Dole,

Sam Ervin, Barry Goldwater, Jacob Javits, Jack

Kemp, Edward Kennedy, Claude Pepper, William

Proxmire, John Stennis, John Tower, George

Wallace, William Winter and many others

The letters are alphabetized

Most dating from the early 1970’s

Folder 2:

Carbon copies of letters sent by Lionel Baxter, Vice

President of Washington Affairs for Storer

Broadcasting Company, to various members of congress re. legislation affecting the broadcast industry

Not alphabetized or organized by date, early 1970’s

Replies from some politicians included Copies of House and Senate bills included

Folder 3:

Carbon copies of letters sent by Lionel Baxter to

various members of congress re. food stamps,

the United Nations, foreign policy, surtaxes,

U. S. Navy capabilities, P.O.W. legislation,

school desegregation, Abraham Lincoln and

“Save the Bay”

Misc. materials pertaining to same Not alphabetized or organized by date, 1970’s and

early 1980’s

Replies from some politicians included

Folder 4:

Photocopies of letters from various politicians to

Lionel Baxter

Not alphabetized or organized by date, 1960’s, 1970’s

Folder 5:

Letters from and to Lionel Baxter re. political


Not alphabetized or organized by date, 1970’s

Folder 6:

Miscellaneous Correspondence

Folder 7:

“This Week at the Whitehouse” — Fay Wells’ weekly reports to Storer Broadcasting, 1969-1974

Folder 8:

Letter from Gov. LeRoy Collins (Florida) to Harry


Folder 9:

Logtown, Mississippi — photograph and reprint of Life

Magazine article, September 25 1964

Folder 10:

Newsclips, reprints, pertaining to Lionel Baxter

Folder 11:

Miscellaneous — Programs, postcards, etc.

Box 3 — Bureau of Printing & Engraving Series

Chief Justices

Government Buildings


1. George Washington

2. John Adams

3. Thomas Jefferson

4. James Madison

5. James Monroe

6. John Q. Adams

7. Andrew Jackson (two engravings)

8. Martin Van Buren

9. William Harrison

10. John Tyler

11. James Polk

12. Zachary Taylor

13. Millard Fillmore

14. Franklin Pierce

15. James Buchanan

16. Abraham Lincoln

17. Andrew Johnson

18. Ulysses Grant

19. Rutherford Hayes

20. James Garfield

21. Chester Arthur

22. Grover Cleveland

23. Benjamin Harrison

24. William McKinley

25. Theodore Roosevelt

26. William Taft

27. Woodrow Wilson

28. Warren Harding

29. Calvin Coolidge

30. Herbert Hoover

31. Franklin Roosevelt

32. Harry Truman

33. Dwight Eisenhower

34. John Kennedy

35. Lyndon Johnson

36. Richard Nixon

37. Gerald Ford

38. Jimmy Carter

39. Ronald Reagon

40. John Jay

41. John Rutledge

42. Oliver Ellsworth

43. John Marshall

44. Roger Taney

45. S. P. Chase

46. Morrison Waite

47. Melville Fuller

48. Edward White

49. William Taft

50. Charles Hughes

51. Harlan Stone

52. Fred Vinson

53. Earl Warren

54. U. S. Supreme Court (two engravings, one signed

by Warren Burger)

55. U. S. Capitol (four engravings, two signed by

by Carl Albert)

56. U. S. Treasury (three engravings, two signed)

57. The White House (seven engravings, two signed

by Richard Nixon)

58. Lincoln Memorial

59. Washington Post Office

60. Bureau of Engraving & Printing

61. Mystery Home (Washington’s birthplace?)

62. Mt. Vernon

63. Monticello

64. Great Seal of the U. S. (two engravings)

Box 4 — Engravings and Documents, Oversized


George Washington (two, one in color)

Thomas Jefferson

N. H. Bidwell

“Boudoir Beauties”

Sir Henry Havelock

E.O.C. Ord (newsclipping glued to back)

Earl Van Dorn

Jefferson Davis

Simon Olivar Buckner

Stephen Dill Lee

Carter Littlepage Stevenson

Alexander Peter Stewart

Joseph E. Johnston


Jefferson Davis, DS, February 17 1855, while Secretary

of War under Franklin Pierce

John B. Floyd, DS, June 6 1851, as Governor of

Virginia, a grant of acreage to George Arnold

Andrew Johnson, DS, April 25 1868, presidential pardon

of John Fleming, convicted of robbery and

sentenced to seven years imprisonment

Also signed by Sec. of State William Seward


Photocopied Muster Rolls

Viking I panoramic photograph, 1977

Republican National Convention, 1972

Box 5 — Maps, Newspapers, Facsimiles & Broadsides, Oversize


Montgomery Daily Mail, April 17 1865, photocopy

Mississippi Gulf Coast Sun Daily Herald, April 4 1982

(two copies)

Mississippian, July 31 1947

Hamilton, Bermuda Mid-Ocean News, July 6 1944

Birmingham News, September 3 1939


St. Louis Bay and Sheildsboro Harbor, Mississippi, 1857, photocopy

American Heritage Reproductions:

New World, 1600

First American Map of U.S., 1784

New Netherlands & New England, 1635

New World, 1500

The Known Glove, 1667

New France, 1745

Mississippi Topographical (two parts, towns associated

with Marion F. Baxter’s service with Company E,

20th Mississippi Infantry, 1860-65)(photocopies)

Mississippi Historical, Chronological and Geographical,


Atlas 29, Union & Confederate Armies, 1894

Atlas 28, Same

Atlas 23, Same

Champion Hill/Vicksburg/etc.

Fort Donelson, 1875 (two versions)

Sherman’s Operations, Atlanta, 1864


Bill of Rights

Declaration of Independence (2)

Monroe Doctrine (2)

Gettysburg Address (2)

Emancipation Proclamation (2)


Dunlap’s Pennsylvania Packet, Tuesday April 22 1977


“Valor,” Edward Almond, Lt. Gen. USA, June 1 1967,

Virginia Military Institute

“The Last Confederate,” Henry C. Howell III

“I think continually of those who were truly great…,”

Stephen Spender

“Jefferson Davis, An American Patriot,” broadside

presented by Sen. James O. Eastland in the

U. S. Senate, June 9 1971

Abraham Lincoln, excerpt from first inaugural address,

6 copies

Box 6 — Maps (this is actually a folder of encapsulated maps too large to fit into the Hollinger Box #5)

Atlas of the Union & Confederate Armies, 1894



Bay of Mobile



United States (two versions)

Box 7 — Herman Baxter, Scrapbook and United States Flag

Framed Items

Independence Hall, Philadelphia — limited edition

print on silk, signed by the artist (artist’s

name not legible)

Robert E. Lee — lithograph, reproduction of Cornelius

Hawkins’ oil portrait, presented to Lionel

Baxter by Henry Rau of Alexandria, Virginia

Gen. J. E. Stuart — lithograph of plumed hat, gauntlets,

Le Mat revolver and headquarters of Stuart, from

a photograph by Ron Jennings in the collection of

Mississippians in the Confederacy, Richmond, Va.

The Great Locomotive Chase, etching by Kathleen Cantin,

Franklin Mint

General Robert E. Lee, framed print

Colonel Isaac Hane Being Led to His Execution by Carrol

N. Jones, Jr., bicentennial print, Franklin Mint

Declaration of Independence, print, engraved by W. L.

Ormsby, after Durand

Ronald Reagon “honors the memory of German M. Baxter”

F.D.R. “In grateful memory of Herman M. Baxter”

William Penn, lithograph of ALS by Penn; framed and

matted, with metal tag “Presented to Lionel F.


Frances Marion ‘Swamp Fox’, lithograph with document,

gold frame, clipped signature affixed

General P. G. T. Beauregard ALS, 1838, plus Matthew P. Brady photograph and contemporary engraving

Robert E. Lee, report card signed as President of

Washington College, [1867]


Abdill, George B. Civil War Railroads
New York: Bonanza Books, 196l (jacket, first edition)

Allen, Edison B. Of Time and Chase
New Orleans: Habersham Corp., 1969 (jacket, 1st printing)

Amann, William, ed. Personnel of the Civil War: The
Confederate Armies, vol. 1
New York: Thos. Yoseloff, 1968 (jacket, 3rd printing)

American Association for State & Local History. American Heritage: The Magazine of History, Vol. 16 #1, Dec. 1964

American Heritage Society. Bicentennial Series Desk Calendar
1973, 1974, 1975. American Heritage Pub. Co.

The American Image: Photographs from the National Archives,

1860-1960. NY: Pantheon Books, 1979 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Anderson, Ephraim McD. Memoirs: Historical and Personal:
Including the Campaigns of the First Missouri Confed-
erate Brigade. Dayton OH: Morningside Bookshop, 1972
(2nd ed., limited to 1,000 copies, #352)

The Annals of the War Written by Leading Participants North
and South. Gettysburg: Civil War Times reprint, 1974

Battles of the Civil War, 1861-1865, A Pictorial Presentation
Pioneer Press, 1960 (oversize)

Basso, Hamilton. Beauregard, The Great Creole
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1933 (1st ed.)

Baxter, Lionel. A Chronology and Narrative of the Service of
Marion Francis Baxter, C. S. A.
Compiled and research by Lionel F. Baxter (unpublished)

Benson, Evelyn A. With the Army of West Virginia, 1861-1864,
Reminiscences & Letters of Lt. James Abraham
Evelyn Benson, 1974 (green, loose leaf notebook)

Bearss, Edwin and Warren Grabau. The Battle of Jackson May 14, 1863. Bearss, Edwin. The Siege of Jackson,
July 10-17, 1863; Three Other Post-Vicksburg Actions
Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1981 (1st ed.)

Bearss, Edwin C. Decision in Mississippi
Jackson: Miss. Commission on the War Between the States,
1962 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Bearss, Edwin C. Forrest at Brice’s Cross Roads and in North
Mississippi in 1864
Dayton OH: Morningside Bookshop, 1979 (1st ed.)

Bearss, Edwin C. Unconditional Surrender: The Fall of Fort
Donelson. (Paper, reprinted from Tennessee Historical
Quarterly, March, June, 1962, vol. 21, #’s 1 & 2)

Beers, Henry P. Guide to the Archives of the Government of
the Confederate States of America
Washington: GSA, 1968

Benardete, Doris, ed. Civil War Humor
Mount Vernon NY: Peter Pauper Press, 1963 (jacket)

Benford, Timothy B. The World War II Quiz & Fact Book
NY: Harper & Row, 1982 (paper, 1st ed.)

Bettersworth, John K., ed. Mississippi in the Confederacy
NY: Kraus Reprint Co., 1970

Biddle, Nicholas, ed. The Journals of the Expedition Under
the Command of Capts. Lewis and Clark, two vols.
NY: The Heritage Press, 1962

Bolton, Herbert E., ed. Spanish Exploration in the South-
west, 1542-1706
NY: Barnes & Noble, 1976 (reprint)

Bozell, L. Brent. The Warren Revolution: Reflections on the
Consensus Society
New Rocelle NY: Arlington House, 1966 (dust jacket)

Brandon, William. The American Heritage Book of Indians
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1961 (boxed)

Brick, John. The Richmond Raid
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1963 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Bridwell, Ronald E. …That We Should Have a Port…A History
of the Port of Georgetown, South Carolina, 1732-1865
Ronald E. Bridwell, 1982

Brown, D. Alexander. The Galvanized Yankees
Urbana: Univ. of IL Press, 1963 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Brown, D. Alexander. Grierson’s Raid
Urbana, Univ. of IL Press, 1962 (paper)

Burns, Zed H. Ship Island and the Confederacy
Hattiesburg: Univ. & Col. Press of Miss., 1971
(paper, 1st ed.)

Burt, Nathaniel. The Perennial Philadelphian: The Anatomy of an American Aristocracy
Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1963 (dust jacket)

Buskirk, Steve. Mount McKinley: The Story Behind the Scenery
Las Vegas: KC Publications, 1980 (paperback)

Calmer, Ned. The Strange Land
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1950 (1st ed.)

Catton, Bruce. The American Heritage Picture History of the
Civil War, 2 vols.
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1960 (boxed)

Catton, Bruce. The Coming Fury, vol. 1
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1961 (1st ed.)

Catton, Bruce. Terrible Swift Sword, vol. 2
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1963 (1st ed.)

Catton, Bruce. Never Call Retreat, vol. 3, The Centennial
History of the Civil War
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1965 (1st ed.)

Catton, Bruce. A Stillness at Appomattox
Garden City NY: Dougleday & Co., 1953
(jacket, 1st ed., signed by author)

Chandler, David L. The Natural Superiority of Southern
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1977 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Chesnut, Mary Boykin; Ben Ames Williams, ed.
A Diary from Dixie
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1949 (jacket)

The Civil War Tax in Louisiana: 1865, Based on Direct Tax
Assessments of Louisianians
New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1975 (paper, reprint)

Claiborne, J. F. H. Mississippi as a Province, Territory
and State, vol. 1
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State U. Press, 1964 (dust jacket)

Cooke, Alistair. Alistair Cooke’s America
NY: Alfred A. Knoph, 1974 (jacket)

Connelly, Thomas L. Autumn of Glory: The Army of Tenessee,
1862-1865. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State U. Press,
1971 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Cowles, Capt. Calvin D., comp. Atlas to Accompany the
Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies
Washington: GPO, 1891-1895 (jacket, reprint, NY:
Thos. Yoseloff, 1958, oversize)

Crane, Stephen. The Red Badge of Courage
NY: Heritage Press, 1944 (boxed, Ltd. Editions Club)

Craven, Bvt. Lieut. Col. John J.
Prison Life of Jefferson Davis
Biloxi: Souvenir Shop, Jef. Davis Shrine, 1960 (reprint)

Creasey, Sir Edward S. The Fifteen Decisive Battles of
the World. NY: For the Members of the Limited Editions Club, 1969 (boxed)

Cunningham, S. A. Index: The Confederate Veteran
Published monthly in the interest of Confederate
Veterans and Kindred Topics, vols. 1-40.
Dayton OH: Morningside Bookshop, n.d. (reprint)

DaCosta, Beverly, ed. Historic Houses of America Open
to the Public
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1971 (1st ed.)

Davidson, Marshall B. The American Heritage History of
American Antiques from the Revolution to the Civil War
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1968

Davidson, Marshall B. The American Heritage History of
Notable American Houses
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1971 (boxed)

Davis, Williams C. The Orphan Brigade: The Kentucky
Confederates Who Couldn’t Go Home
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Dennis, Frank A. Kemper County Rebel: the Civil War
Diary of Robert Masten Holmes, C.S.A.
Jackson: University & College Press of Mississippi,
l973 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Downey, Fairfax. Famous Horses of the Civil War
NY: Thos. Nelson & Sons, 1959 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Drumm, Stella M., ed. Down the Santa Fe Trail and into Mexico: The Diary of Susan Shelby Magoffin, 1846-47
New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1962

DuPont: The Autobiography of an American Enterprise
Wilmington: E. I. duPont de Nemours & Company,
1952 (first printing)

Eaton, Clement. Jefferson Davis
NY: The Free Press, 1977 (jacket)

Eisenhower. General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, 1969 (#384)

Esposito, Brig. Gen. Vincent J., ed. The West Point Atlas
of American Wars, 2 vols.
NY: Praeger Publishers, 1978 (boxed)

Evans, Clement A., ed. Confederate Military History,
vols. 1 – 12
Atlanta: Confederate Pub. Co., 1899

Falls, Cyril, ed. Great Military Battles
NY: The Macmillan Company, 1964 (dust jacket)

Fiske, John. The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1909 (1st edition)

Fitzpatrick, George and John L. Sinclair
Profile of a State: New Mexico
Albuquerque: Horn and Wallace, 1965 (dust jacket)

Foote, Shelby. The Civil War, A Narrative: Fort
Sumter to Perryville
NY: Random House, 1958 (jacket, 10th printing)

Forbes, Ester. Paul Revere & the World He Live In
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1942 (1st ed.)

Fox, John Jr. The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1903 (1st ed.)

Freeman, Douglas S. Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command
vols. 1 and 2. NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1946
(jacket, Arlington edition)

Freeman, Douglas S. Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command
vol. 3. NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1944
(jacket, 1st ed.)

Freeman, Douglas S. R. E. Lee: A Biography, 4 vols.
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1962 (jacket)

Gannon, Michael V. Rebel Bishop: the Life and Era of
Augustin Verot. Milwaukee: Bruce Pub. Co., 1964
(jacket, 1st ed., presentation copy by author)

Garner, James W. Reconstruction in Mississippi
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1968 (paper)

Giraud, Marcel. Trans. by Joseph C. Lambert
A History of French Louisiana: The Reign of
Louis XIV, 1698-1715, vol. 1
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1974
(jacket, first American edition)

Gordon, Gen. John B. Reminiscences of the Civil War
NY; Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1904

Gottchalk, Louis. Lafayette in America, 1777-1783
Arveyres, France: L’Esprit de Lafayette Society, 1975

Greenwell, Dale. The Third Mississippi Regiment, C.S.A.
Pascagoula: Lewis Printing Services, 1972 (1st ed.)
(two copies)

Groner, Alex. The American Heritage History of American
Business and Industry
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1972

Hale, Laura V. Four Valiant Years in the Lower
Shenandoah Valley, 1861-1865
Strasbourg VA: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1968
(2nd ed., inscribed by author)

Hamilton, Holman. Zachary Taylor: Soldier in the White House
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1951 (1st ed.)

Hanna, A. J. Flight Into Oblivion
Johnson Publishing Company, 1938 (1st ed.)

Hapgood, David, and David Richardson. Monte Cassino
NY: Congdon & Weed, 1984 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Hartje, Robert G. Van Dorn: The Life and Times of a
Confederate General
Nashville: Vanderbilt Univ. Press, 1967 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Haskin, Frederic J. The Panama Canal
Garden City NY: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1913 (1st ed.)

Hattaway, Herman. General Stephen D. Lee
Jackson: Univ. Press of Miss., 1976 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Hay, Thomas R. Hood’s Tennessee Campaign
NY: Walter Neale, 1929 (1st ed.)

Hilborn, Nat and Sam. South Carolina: Battleground in the
Revolution of Freedom. Columbia SC: Sandlapper Press, Inc., 1970 (dust jacket, 1st ed.)

Hitler, Adolf. Mein Kampf
The first complete and unexpurgated edition published
in the English language. NY: Stackpole Sons, 1939

Hodge, Frederick W., Theodore H. Lewis, & Frederick W. Hodge, eds. Spanish Explorers in the Southern U.S., 1528-1543
NY: Barnes & Noble, 1971 (reprint)

Horn, Stanley F. The Decisive Battles of Nashville
Knoxville: Univ. of TN Press, 1968 (jacket, 3rd printing)

Howell, H. Grady, Jr. Going to Meet the Yankees: A History of the “Bloody Sixth” Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.
Jackson: Chickaway Bayou Press, 1981 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Johnson, Joseph. Traditions and Reminiscences Chiefly of the
American Revolution in the South
Spartanburg SC: The Reprint Co., 1972

Kagan, Hilde Heun, ed. The American Heritage Pictorial
Atlas of United States History
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1966 (boxed)

Kane, Harnett T. Natchez on the Mississippi
NY: Bonanza Books, 1947 (jacket)

Kissinger, Henry. White House Years
Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1979 (jacket)

Knox, Donald. Death March: The Survivors of Bataan
NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Kraus, Michael. The United States to 1865, two vols.
Ann Arbor: Univ. of MI Press, 1959 (jacket, boxed set)

Lancaster, Bruce. American Heritage Book of the Revolution
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1958

Lattimore, Ralston B., ed. The Story of Robert E. Lee
Washington DC: Colortone Press, 1964 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Lee, Guy. C., ed. The World’s Orators, vol. 10
NY: G. P. Putnam’s, 1903

Leech, Margaret. Reveille in Washington, 1860-1865
NY: Harper & Brother, 1941 (1st ed.)

Leithauser, Joachim G. Trans. from the German by Hugh
Merrick. Worlds Beyond the Horizon
NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1955 (1st Amer. ed.)

Lewis, Walker. Without Fear or Favor: A Biography of
Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1965 (jacket, 1st printing)

Library of Southern Literature, 16 vols., vol. 15 being a
Biographical Dictionary, vol. 16 being Indexes, Reading
Courses and Historical Sidelights.

Lyon, Peter. Eisenhower: Portrait of the Hero
Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1974 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Malone, Dumas. Jefferson the Virginian, vol. 1
Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1948 (jacket)

Marshall, S.L.A. American Heritage History of World War I
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1964 (boxed)

Martin, Everett D. Liberty
NY: W.W. Norton, 1930 (1st printing)

Massey, Mary Elizabeth. Refugee Life in the Confederacy
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1965 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Meade, Robert D. Judah P. Benjamin: Confederate Statesman
NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 1943

Michie, Allan A. and Walter Graebner, eds. Their Finest Hour:
First-Hand Narratives of the War in England
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1941 (1st Amer. ed.)

Military Operations of the Civil War: A Guide-Index to the
Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies,
Two copies: Washington, GSA, 1968 and l972 (paper)

Minor, Kate P., comp. An Author and Subject Index to
the Southern Historical Society Papers, vols. 1-38
Richmond: Davis Botton, Sup. of Public Printing, 1913
(Virginia State Lib. Bulletin, July, Oct. vol. 6 #s 3,4)

Moore, Frank, ed. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of
American Events, 12 vols.
NY: Arno Press, 1977 (reprint)

Myers, Robert M., ed. The Children of Pride: A True Story
of Georgia and the Civil War
New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1972 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Nasca, Stephen P. Colonel A. D. Streight’s Raid Through
Northern Alabama, a Day to Day Account
(student paper, St. Barnard College, Alabama, 1973)

National Committee for the Preservation of Existing Records
of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America,
published under the supervision of. American War Songs
Philadelphia: privately printed, 1975 (boxed, 1st ed.)

National Geographic Society. The Civil War
National Geo. Soc., 1969 (jacket, 1st ed.)

National Portrait Gallery of Eminent Americans, from Originial
Paintings by Alonzo Chappel, with Biographies by
E. A. Duyckinck, vol. 1
NY: Johnson, Fry & Co., 1862

Nettis, Joseph, photographer. Philadelphia Discovered
Phila.: Greater Phila. Magazine, 1964 (boxed, 1st ed.)

Nevins, Allan. The Emergence of Lincoln, 2 vols.
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1950 (jackets)

Nevins, Allan. Ordeal of the Union, 2 vols.
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1947 (jackets, 1st ed.)

Nevins, Allan. The War for the Union: The Improvised War,
1861-1862, vol 1
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1959 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Nevins, Allan. The War for the Union: War Becomes
Revolution, 1862-1863, vol. 2
NY: Chas. Scribner’s sons, 1960 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Nevins, Allan. The War for the Union: The Organized War,
1863-1864, vol. 3
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1971 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Nevins, Allan, The War for the Union: The Organized War
to Victory, 1864-1865, vol. 4
NY: Chas. Scribner’s Sons, 1971 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Nevins, Allan, James I. Robertson Jr., & Bell I. Wiley, eds.
Civil War Books: A Critical Bibliography, two vols.
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1969 (vol. 2) and
1970 (vol. 1) (jackets)

1971 Congressional Staff Directory
Washington, 1971 (13th ed.)

Nye, Wilbur St. Here Come the Rebels!
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1965
(jacket, 1st ed., signed by author)

O’Connor, Richard. The First Hurrah: A Biography of
Alfred E. Smith
NY: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1970 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Otero, Nina. Old Spain in Our Southwest
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1937 (reprint)

Parks, Joseph H. General Leonidas Polk C.S.A.:
The Fighting Bishop
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1962 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Pemberton, John C. Pemberton: Defender of Vicksburg
Chapel Hill: Univ. of NC Press, 1942 (1st ed.)

Phillips, Herb. Champion Hill!
Champion Hill Battlefield Foundation (booklet)

Polley, Robert L., ed. America the Beautiful:
In the Words of John F. Kennedy
Elm Grove WI: Country Beautiful Foundation, 1964

Pourade, Richard F. The Call to California
San Diego: Union-Tribune Pub. Co., 1968 (dust jacket)

President Wilson’s Great Speeches and Other History Making
Chicago: Stanton and Van Vliet, 1917 (1st ed.)

Purdue, Howell and Eliz. Pat Cleburn, Confederate General
Hillsboro TX: Hill Jr. College Press, 1973 (jacket)

Rand, Clayton. Sons of the South
NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1961 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson
NY: Harper & Row, 1969 (paper)

Rickenbacker, Edward V. Rickenbacker
Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967 (jacket,
fourth printing)

Ridley, Bromfield L. Battles and Sketches of the Army of
Dayton OH: Morningside Bookshop, 1978 (reprint)

Rietti, J.C., comp. Military Annals of Mississippi
Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Co., 1976

Robuck, J.E. My Own Personal Experience and Observation as a Soldier in the Confederate Army During the Civil War,
1861-1865; Also During the Period of Reconstruction
Memphis: Burke’s Book Store and Frank and Gennie
Myers, no date (reprint, jacket)

Roland, Charles P. Albert Sidney Johnston: Soldier of
Three Republics
Austin: Univ. of TX Press, 1964 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Russell, Francis. The American Heritage History of the
Confident Years
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1973

Russell, Lord, of Liverpool. The Knights of Bushido
London: Corgi Books, 1980 (paper)

Salisbur, John. A Message for Americans
Portland: KXL Radio & Binford & Mort, 1965
(jacket, 1st ed.)

Schurz, William L. The Manila Galleon
NY: E. P. dutton, 1939 (paper)

Silver, James W., ed. A Life for the Confederacy: As
Recorded in the Pocket Diaries of Pvt. Robert A. Moore
Jackson TN: McCowat-Mercer Press, 1959 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Simmons, Henry E., comp. Concise Encyclopedia of the Civil War
NY: bonanza Books, 1965 (jacket)

Skelton, R. A., Thomas E. Marston, and George D. Painter
The Vinland Map and the Tartar Relation
New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1965 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Sloss, Edith T. Echoes of the Old Plantation
Phila.: Dorrance & Co., 1947 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Smith, J. Frazer. White Pillars
NY: Bramhall House, no date (dust jacket)

Smith, Margaret C., ed. by William C. Lewis Jr.
Declaration of Consience
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1972
(jacket, presentation copy by Smith to Mr. Baxter)

Smith, Page. A New Age Now Begins: A People’s
History of the American Revolution, vols. 1 and 2
NY: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1976 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Southern Historical Society Papers, 52 vols. & 2 index vols.
Millwood, NY: Kraus Reprint Co., 1977-1980

Stephenson, Wendell H. and E. Merton Coulter, eds.
A History of the South, vols. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Vol. 1: Craven, Wesley Frank. The Southern Colonies in the Seventeenth Century, 1607-1689
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1949 (jacket)

Vol. 3: Alden, John R. The South in the Revolution,
1763-1789 (1957, jacket)

Vol. 4: Abernethy, Thomas P. The South in the New
Nation, 1789-1819 (1961, jacket)

Vol. 5: Sydnor, Charles S. The Development of
Southern Sectionalism, 1819-1848 (1948, jacket)

Vol. 6: Craven, Avery C. The Growth of Southern
Nationalism, 1848-1861 (1953, jacket)

Vol. 7: Coulter, E. Merton. The Confederate States
of America, 1861-1865 (1950, jacket)

Vol. 8: Coulter, E. Merton. The South During
Reconstruction, 1865-1877 (1947, jacket)

Vol. 9: Woodward C. Vann. Origins of the New South,
1877-1913 (1951, jacket)

Vol. 10: Tindall, George B. The Emergence of the New
South, 1913-1945 (1967, jacket)

Stillman, Edmund. The American Heritage History of the

20’s and 30’s
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1970 (boxed)

Stone, Irving. Men to Match My Mountains: The Opening
of the Far West, 1840-1900
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co., 1956
(jacket, 1st ed., signed by author)

Strode, Hudson. Jefferson Davis: American Patriot, 1808-1861
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1955
(jacket, 1st ed., presentation copy)

Strode, Hudson. Jefferson Davis: Confederate President
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1959
(jacket, 1st ed., presentation copy)

Strode, Hudson. Jefferson Davis: Private Letters, 1823-1889
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1966 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Strode, Hudson. Jefferson Davis: Tragic Hero: The Last
Twenty-Five Years, 1864-1889
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1964
(jacket, 1st ed., presentation copy)

Stuart, Jozefa, & Wilson R. Gathings. Great Southern Mansions
NY: Walker & Co., 1977 (paper, 1st ed.)

Sulzburger, C. L. American Heritage Picture History
of World War II, 2 vols.
NY: Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1966 (boxed)

Taylor, Richard. Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal
Experiences of the Late War
Gettysburg: Civil War times, 1974

Tebeau, Charlton W. A History of Florida
Coral Gables: Univ. of Miami Press, 1971 (jacket 1st ed.)

Toward a Meaningful Bicentennial
1969, Phila. 1976 Bicentennial Corp. (oversize)

Townsend, George A. Rustics in Rebellion: A Yankee Reporter
on the Road to Richmond, 1861-1865
Chapel Hill: Univ. of NC Press, 1950 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Tregaskis, Richard. Guadalcanal Diary
NY: Random House, 1943 (first printing)

Tully, Andrew. Supreme Court
NY: Simon & Schuster, 1963 (jacket)

Tumulty, Joseph P. Woodrow Wilson As I Know Him
Garden City NY: Literary Digest, n.d. (special ed.)

Turnard, W. H. A Southern Record: The History of the Third
Regiment Louisiana Infantry
Dayton: Morningside Bookshop, 1970 (reprint, #335)

United Press International and Amer. Heritage Mag., comp.
Four Days: The Historical Record of the Death
of President Kennedy
Amer. Heritage Pub. Co., 1964 (two copies)

Walters, John B. Merchant of Terror: General Sherman
and Total War
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merril Co., 1973 (jacket, 1st ed.)

War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records
of the Union and Confederate Armies, 128 vols.
Washington: GPO, 1894 (reprint by the National
Historical Society, Gettysburg, 1972)

Warner, Ezra J. Generals in Blue: Lives of the
Union Commanders
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1964 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Warner, Ezra J. Generals in Gray: Lives of the
Confederate Commanders
Baton Rouge: LA State Univ. Press, 1959 (jacket)

Webb, Willard, ed. Crucial Moments in the Civil War
NY: Bonanza Books, 1961 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Weems, Mason L. & Marcus Cunliffe, eds.
The Life of Washington
Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard U. Press, 1967
(jacket, second printing)

Wells, Kenneth D. Awake Throughout the Land
Valley Forge: published by the author, 1968
(a limited ed., #87, paper)

Wessels, William L. Born to Be a Soldier: The Military
Career of William Wing Loring of St. Augustine, Florida
Fort Worth: TX Christian U Press, 1971 (paper, 1st print)

Whittemore, Charles P. A General of the Revolution:
John Sullivan of New Hampshire
NY: Columbia U Press, 1961 (jacket,1st ed.)

Wiley, Bell I., text. Embattled Confederates
NY: Harper & Row, 1964 (jacket, 1st ed.)

Williams. T. Harry. P. G. T. Beauregard: Napoleon in Gray
Baton Rouge: LA State U Press, 1971 (jacket)

Wills, Garry. Inventing America: Jefferson’s
Declaration of Independence
NY: Vintage Books, 1979 (paper)

Wingfield, Marshall. General A. P. Stewart: His
Life and Letters
Memphis: W. Tenn. Hist. Soc., 1954 (1st ed.)

Wyeth, John A. Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest
Dayton: Morningside Bookshop, 1975 (1st ed.)

Oversize, spiral bound souvenier book of Richard Nixon’s
trip to the Middle East

Genealogy Books

Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, First Families in

America, Frederick Virkus, ed., 1925

Burke’s Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed
Gentry, 17th edition, L. G. Pine, ed., MCMLII

Campbell Chronicles and Family Sketches Embracing the
History of Campbell County, Virginia, 1782-1926,
R. H. Early, 1927

Carolina Cradle, Settlement of the Northwest Carolina
Frontier, 1747-1762, Robert W. Ramsey, n.d.

The Cradle, Anatomy of a Town-Fact and Fiction

Peter Kohn, 1969

Charleston, A Gracious Heritage, Robert Molloy, n.d.

Early Settlers of Alabama, with Notes and Genealogies
Col. James E. Saunders, Elizabeth S. B. Stubbs
Part I, 1899 and 1961

English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records
Louis des Cognets, Jr., comp., 1958

Essex Wills (England), vol. 1, 1558-1565
F. G. Emmison, ed., 1982

First Record Book of the “Old Dutch Church of Sleepy
Hollow,” organized in 1697 and now the First
Reformed Church of Tarrytown, N. Y.
Rev. David Cole, 1901

A Genealogical History of the O’Reillys
James Carney, ed., 1959

Genealogical History of the Rutherford Family, Vols. l & 2
William K. and Anna C. Z. Rutherford, 1969

Same, revised edition, vols. 1 & 2, 1979

The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales
Sir Bernard Burke, 1884

General Griffith Rutherford and Allied Families
Minnie R. H. Long, comp., 1942

The Goulds, a Social History, Edwin P. Hoyt, 1969

Historical Collections of Georgia, third edition
Rev. George White, 1855

A History of Marion County, South Carolina, from Its
Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, W. W. Sellers, 1902

City Directory and History of Montgomery, Alabama
Beale & Phelan, 1878

A History of New York from the Beginning of the World
to the End of the Dutch Dynasty, Diedrich Knickerbocker, 1859

A History of Shenandoah County, Virginia,
John W. Wayland, 1927

A History of the Stewart or Stuart Family, Henry Lee, n.d.

A History of Sumter County, South Carolina
Anne K. Gregorie, 1954

Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research, Vol. II, Bibliography and Family Index, Margaret D. Falley, 1961

Life on Old St. David’s Bermuda, E. A. McCallan, 1948

Lowndes Court House, A Chronical of Hayneville, and
Alabama Black Belt Village, 1820-1900
Mildred B. Russell, n.d.

The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, The Barons Named in the
Magna Charta, 1215, and Some of Their Descendants Who
Settled in America, 1607-1650
Arthur Adams and Frederick L. Weis, 1955

Memorial Record of Alabama, A Concise Account of the
State’s Political, Military, Professional and Industrial
Progress, Together with the Personal Memoirs of Many of
Its People, in Two Volumes, Vol. 1, 1893

Milford Tombstone Inscriptions, Morris W. Abbott, 1967

Minutes of the Vestry of St. Helena’s Parish, South
Carolina, 1726-1812, A. S. Salley, Jr., 1919

North and South Carolina Marriage Records, from the
Earliest Colonial Days to the Civil War
William M. Clemens, comp. and ed., 1973

The Northrup-Northrup Genealogy, A. Judd Northrup, n.d.

Sweat Families of the South, Erbon W. Wise, 1983

Virginia Heraldica, 2nd edition, William A. Crozier, 1953

The Publications of The Harleian Society, Vol. XLI
MDCCCXCVII: The Visitation of Cambridge, John W. Clay, 1897

Warrants for Lands in South Carolina, 1692-1711
A. S. Salley, Jr., ed., 1915

Warrants for Lands in South Carolina, 1680-1692
A. S. Salley, Jr., ed., 1911

The Whitney Family of Connecticut and Its Affiliations,
Vol. I and II and III, S. Whitney Phoenix, 1878

William Russell and His Descendants and the Russell
Family in Virginia, Anna R. des Cognets and Louis
des Cognets, Jr., 1960

Journals and Periodicals
Confederate Philatelist, 33 vols., July 1970 – Feb. 1976

Confederate Veteran, 8 vols., Mar. 1985 – Feb. 1986

Civil War Times, 155 vols., Oct. 1960 – July 1978

Horizon, 12 vols., 1964, 1968, 1969

Look, 2 vols., Dec. 3 1963 and Sept. 7 1964

Life, Oct. 2 1964

Muster Roll of the C.S.A., 3 vols., Jan. 1972 and Jan. 1974

Philco Radio Atlans, 2 vols., 1936

Rebel Yell, 112 vols., 1975 – 1986

Seven Stars Sentinel, 10 vols., March 1985 – Feb. 1986

Additional Items.

Hollinger box (one) — various miscellaneous programs, brochures, pamphlets, souveniers of historic homes, etc.;

these items are not listed individually in this inventory

Foot Locker — Hermann M. Baxter, 1st Lt., Infantry, 0-514472

Please note that the U. S. flag and Hermann Baxter scrapbook

which were in the foot locker were moved to the archives

(see page 12, Box 7 of this inventory)

Microfilm — 20th Mississippi Infantry Regiment C.S.A.

Records from Archives in Washington, one box containing six



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