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The E.B. Long Collection
Biography of E.B. Long
 

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Finding Guide
  

Boxes 1-5 Boxes 6-14 Boxes 15-20 Boxes 21-24 Boxes 25-34

 

Box 1 General personal correspondence, 1949 - 1978 and undated, and personal correspondence with specific individuals or concerning certain topics.

1-1 General correspondence, February 17, 1949 - December 29, 1958.

1-2 General correspondence, January 11, 1959 - December 15, 1959.

1-3 General correspondence, February 2, 1960 - December 29, 1960.

1-4 General correspondence, January 3, 1961 - December 29, 1961.

1-5 General correspondence, January 8, 1962 - June 26, 1962.

1-6 General correspondence, July 6, 1962 - November 22, 1967.

1-7 General correspondence, January 3, 1963 - December 17, 1963.

1-8 General correspondence, February 13, 1964 - November 22, 1967.

1-9 General correspondence, January 11, 1968 - October 27, 1968.

1-10 General correspondence, October 2, 1968 - December 27, 1968.

1-11 General correspondence, January 7, 1969 - June 27,1969.

1-12 General correspondence, July 12, 1969 - December 26, 1969.

1-13 General correspondence, January 2, 1970 - June 27, 1970.

1-14 General correspondence, July 1, 1970 - December 31, 1970.

1-15 General correspondence, January 3, 1971 - June 26, 1971.

1-16 General correspondence, July 3, 1971 - December 29, 1971.

1-17 General correspondence, January 2, 1972 - June 28, 1972.

1-18 General correspondence, July 1, 1972 - December 26, 1972.

1-19 General correspondence, January 4, 1973 - June 25, 1973.

1-20 General correspondence, July 1, 1973 - December 31, 1973.

1-21 General correspondence, January 4, 1973 - June 26, 1973.

1-22 General correspondence, July 1, 1974 - December 30, 1974.

1-23 General correspondence, January 2, 1975 - June 30, 1975.

1-24 General correspondence, July 2, 1975 - December 29, 1975.

1-25 General correspondence, January 3, 1976 - June 22, 1976.

1-26 General correspondence, July 5, 1976 - December 29, 1976.

1-27 General correspondence, January 24, 1977 - June 1, 1977.

1-28 General correspondence, August 14, 1977 - December 25, 1977.

1-29 General correspondence, January 2, 1978 - June 28, 1978.

1-30 General correspondence, July 7, 1978 - December 28, 1978.

1-31 General correspondence, January 15, 1979 - June 29, 1979.

1-32 General correspondence, July 1, 1979 - December 31, 1980.

1-33 General correspondence, January 1, 1980 - June 30, 1980.

1-34 General correspondence, July 7, 1980 - October 27, 1980.

1-35 General correspondence, February 7, 1981 - February 21, 1981.

1-36 Miscellaneous correspondence - undated

1-37 Miscellaneous correspondence - undated

1-38 Miscellaneous correspondence - undated

1-39 Miscellaneous correspondence - undated

1-40 Correspondence with Alan C. Aimone, April 13 - 16, 1969.

1-41 Correspondence with American Heritage, November 1, 1973 - May 4, 1979.

1-42 Correspondence concerning As Luck Would Have It.

1-43 Correspondence with Henry Bass, August 22, 1968 - November 11, 1971.

1-44 Correspondence with the Round Table, April 29, 1972 - April 27, 1973.

1-45 Correspondence with Edwin C. Bearss, January 27, 1959 - July 24, 1980.

1-46 Correspondence with Josh and Margaret Billings, June 21, 1970 - May 29, 1979.

1-47 Correspondence with Ray A. Billington, May 26, 1967 - October 21, 1980.

1-48 Correspondence with Chester Bradley, January 12, 1975 - September 19, 1978.

1-49 Correspondence with John Brumgardt, August 22, 1977 - August 2, 1979.

1-50 Correspondence with Tom Buckley, March 15, 1976 - December 21, 1978.

Box 2 E. B. Long's correspondence with specific individuals or concerning certain subjects.

2-1 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, October 10, 1955 - December 20, 1955.

2-2 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 7, 1956 - November 7, 1956.

2-3 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 8, 1957 - December 17, 1957.

2-4 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, February 15, 1958 - December 21, 1958.

2-5 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 18, 1959 - November 16, 1959.

2-6 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 3, 1960 - December 1, 1960.

2-7 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 27, 1961 - December 7, 1961.

2-8 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 3, 1962 - December 1, 1962.

2-9 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 2, 1963 - December 16, 1963.

2-10 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 2, 1964 - November 29, 1964.

2-11 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 18, 1965 - December 20, 1965.

2-12 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 2, 1966 - June 19, 1966.

2-13 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, July 3, 1966 - December 6, 1966.

2-14 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 21, 1967 - May 11, 1969.

2-15 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, November 13, 1970 - April 15, 1970.

2-16 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, January 3, 1971 - October 18, 1971.

2-17 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, June 5, 1972 - May 31, 1977.

2-18 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, October 18, 1978 - February 10, 1979.

2-19 Correspondence with Bruce Catton, undated.

2-20 Correspondence with Robert Chandler, September 11, 1968 - August 13, 1980.

2-21 Correspondence with Chicago Civil War Round Table, April 10, 1975 - February 26, 1980.

2-22 Correspondence concerning Civil War Almanac, January 3, 1962 - September 22, 1968.

2-23 Correspondence concerning Civil War Almanac, January 22, 1969 - August 14, 1970.

2-24 Correspondence concerning Civil War Almanac, August 18, 1970 - December 21, 1971.

2-25 Correspondence concerning Civil War Almanac, January 6, 1971 - June 23, 1971.

2-27 Correspondence concerning Civil War Almanac, undated and miscellaneous.

2-28 Correspondence concerning Civi1 War pay By Day, December 2, 1968 - December 26, 1971.

2-28 Correspondence concerning Civil War Day By Day, January 1, 1972 - June 14, 1972.

2-29 Correspondence concerning Civil War Day By Day, undated and miscellaneous.

2-30 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table, December 10, 1965 - December 18, 1966.

2-31 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table, January 1, 1967 - January 24, 1967.

2-32 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table, February 1, 1967 - February 28, 1967.

2-33 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table, March 1967.

2-34 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table, April 1967.

2-35 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table - Shenandoah Trip, 1957.

2-36 Correspondence with the Civil War Round Table - Missouri and Arkansas Trip, 1967.

2-37 Correspondence with Civil War Times Illustrated, January 25, 1963 - February 5, 1979.

2-38 Correspondence with Columbia University Press, February - March, 1969.

2-39 Correspondence with Dave Crossen, 1969 - 1974.

2-40 Correspondence with Dave Crossen, 1974.

2-41 Correspondence with Dave Crossen, 1975.

2-42 Correspondence with Dave Crossen, 1976 - 1978.

2-43 Correspondence with Dave Crossen, 1979 - 1980.

2-44 Correspondence with Brooks Davis, February 27, 1962 - July 18, 1979.

2-45 Correspondence concerning Jefferson Davis, 1980 - August 4, 1980.

2-46 Correspondence concerning the visit of Adolph Deutsch, May 14 and 17, 1976.

2-47 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1955.

2-48 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1956.

2-49 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1957.

2-50 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1958.

2-51 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1959.

2-52 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1960.

2-53 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1960.

2-54 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1961.

2-55 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1962.

2-56 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1962.

2-57 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1963.

2-58 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1964.

2-59 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1964.

2-60 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1965.

2-61 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1966.

2-62 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1967.

2-63 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1967.

2-64 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1968.

2-65 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1969.

2-66 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , 1970 - 1979.

2-67 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. concerning the bibliographical information for Catton's The Centennial History of the Civil War.

2-68 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , May - June 1976.

2-69 Correspondence with Doubleday and Company, Inc. , undated.

2-70 Correspondence with "Pie" Dufour, December 19, 1960 - November 27, 1978.

2-71 Correspondence with Jeri and Dave Edmunds, August 25, 1974 - August 27, 1980.

2-72 Correspondence with Joseph L. Eisendrath, December 1, 1969 - April 14, 1976.

2-73 Correspondence with Robert Fowler, November 3, 1969 - June 28, 1977.

2-74 Correspondence with Winifred Freese, September 3, 1969 - June 28, 1977.

Box 3 E. B. Long's correspondence with specific individuals or concerning certain subjects.

3-1 Correspondence with Arnold Gates, January 3, 1963 - May 7, 1979.

3-2 Correspondence with Clark Getts, July 27, 1978 - September 3, 1980.

3-3 Correspondence with Don Hamill, January 20, 1959 - February 22, 1962.

3-4 Correspondence with Holman Hamilton, December 30, 1966 - June 21, 1980.

3-5 Correspondence with Bill Hanchett, May 10, 1968 - June 4, 1980.

3-6 Correspondence concerning How the North Won: The Civil War, a Military History.

3-7 Correspondence with Jeff Hunt, August 17, 1974 - November 30, 1974 and undated.

3-8 Correspondence with Harold Hyman, November 12, 1969 - June 4, 1980.

3-9 Correspondence with the Illinois Civil War Centennial Commission, June 17, 1962.

3-10 Correspondence with the Illinois State Historical Society, November 3, 1968 - May 6, 1969.

3-11 Correspondence with J. Ambler Johnston, June 14, 1961 - October 22, 1973.

3-12 Correspondence with Elsie Kearns, September 28, 1973 - January 7, 1974.

3-13 Correspondence with Mort Lewis, November 19, 1969 - December 1, 1980.

3-14 Correspondence with the Lincoln Commission, August 4, 1958 - January 25, 1959.

3-15 Correspondence with Louisiana State Univeristy Press, 1964 - 1970.

3-16 Correspondence with Dr. F. Mark McKiernan, January 23, 1972 - October 28, 1975.

3-17 Correspondence with R. Gerald McMurtry, May 29, 1952 - May 28, 1970.

3-18 Correspondence with Grady McWhiney, April 3, 1969 - March 11, 1980.

3-19 Correspondence concerning Marine Valley trip, undated.

3-20 Correspondence concerning microfilm of newspapers, December 3, 1965 - October 28, 1968.

3-21 Correspondence with John Mies, November 28, 1968 - April 13, 1979.

3-22 Correspondence concerning the misquoting of Long, August 11, 1959 - November 28, 1959.

3-23 Correspondence with the Missouri Historical Society, July 30, 1958.

3-24 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, July 15, 1967 - July 16, 1971.

3-25 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, October 14, 1958 - June 1, 1960.

3-26 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, June 3, 1960 - July 17, 1963.

3-27 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, August 14, 1963 - January 27, 1965.

3-28 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, February 21, 1965 - October 24, 1966.

3-29 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, November 14, 1966 - July 2, 1966.

3-30 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, July 3, 1967 - September 16, 1968.

3-31 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, July 7, 1968 - November 18, 1968.

3-32 Correspondence with Allan Nevins, November 22, 1968 - October 22, 1971.

3-33 Correspondence with Allan Nevins concerning Long's speech, "When Johnny Came Marching Home" and Ordeal of the Union - Chapter XXVII and footnotes, undated.

3-34 Correspondence with Mary Nevins, September 16, 1968 - May 19, 1979.

3-35 Correspondence concerning Long's New England trip, February 16, 1959 - November 11, 1959.

3-36 Correspondence with Ralph Newman, December 2, 1958 - August 23, 1971 and undated.

3-37 Correspondence with the New York State Library, Albany, September 1, 1961 - May 10, 1962.

3-38 Correspondence with John Niven, August 4, 1968 - February 15, 1972.

3-39 Correspondence with John Niven, February 20, 1972 - August 13, 1980.

3-40 Correspondence with James Nottage, February 25, 1972 - February 6, 1981.

3-41 Correspondence with Ohio State Museum, May 2, 1963.

3-42 Correspondence with William E. Overall, August 16, 1971- September 12, 1979.

3-43 Correspondence with John R. Peacock, undated.

3-44 Correspondence with Pendarvis, April 12, 1972 - January 9, 1975.

3-45 Correspondence with H. B. Pennell, February 27, 1973 - February 8, 1978.

3-46 Correspondence with Pennsylvania sources, March 5, 1960 - May 16, 1978.

3-47 Correspondence with Frank Rankin, March 18, 1969 - December 1, 1976.

3-48 Correspondence with Armin Rappaport, June 27, 1968 - June 20, 1970.

3-49 Correspondence with Warren Reeder, August 30, 1960 - October 13, 1973.

3-50 Correspondence with Lowell Reedinbaugh, January 17, 1971 - May 12, 1973.

3-51 Correspondence with Lowell Reedinbaugh, May 23, 1973 - February 2, 1976.

3-52 Correspondence with Lowell Reedinbaugh, March 6, 1976 - May 24, 1978.

3-53 Correspondence with Lowell Reedinbaugh, August 1, 1978 - May 5 1980.

3-54 Correspondence with Martin Ridge, April 6, 1969 - August 12, 1970.

3-55 Correspondence with James I. Robertson, Jr. , May 10, 1962 - January 17, 1967.

3-56 Correspondence with James I. Robertson, Jr. , January 7, 1969 - February 2, 1980.

3-57 Correspondence with Don Russel, February 19, 1961 - OctoLer 17, 1978.

3-58 Correspondence with Philip D. Sang, May 13, 1971 - June 12, 1976.

3-59 Correspondence with Lee Seymour, August 2, 1968 - November 7, 1977.

3-60 Correspondence with Bert Sheldon, August 1968, January 1979.

3-61 Correspondence with John Simon, November 29, 1962 - August 22, 1965.

3-62 Correspondence with John Simon, August 31, 1965 - January 12, 1967

3-63 Correspondence with John Simon, January 29, 1967 - June 12, 1967.

3-64 Correspondence with John Simon, June 16, 1967 - May 26, 1968.

3-65 Correspondence with John Simon, June 13, 1968 - October 22, 1968.

3-66 Correspondence with John Simon, October 26, 1968 - March 30, 1969.

3-67 Correspondence with John Simon, April 22, 1969 - December 14, 1969.

3-68 Correspondence with John Simon, February 17, 1970 - December 18, 1970.

3-69 Correspondence with John Simon, January 1, 1971 - December 1, 1971.

3-70 Correspondence with John Simon, December 5, 1971 - June 23, 1972.

3-71 Correspondence with John Simon, October 1, 1972 - April 30, 1975.

3-72 Correspondence with John Simon, May 12, 1975 - February 7, 1978.

3-73 Correspondence with John Simon, February 21, 1978 - July 1, 1979.

3-74 Correspondence with John Simon, July 6, 1979 - May 19, 1981.

3-75 Correspondence with Bernard Slepak, August 25, 1974 - February 27, 1976.

3-76 Correspondence with Robert L. Strickland, March 1973 - February 1979.

3-77 Correspondence with A. P. Tedesco, September 4, 1959 - September 8, 1959.

3-78 Correspondence with A. P. Tedesco, May 9, 1960 - June 8, 1960.

3-79 Correspondence with Art Thorsen, August 24, 1962 - April 23, 1971.

3-80 Correspondence with Marilyn Robb Trier, November 28, 1966 - April 14, 1979.

3-81 Correspondence with Sam Vaughan, March 7, 1961 - May 20, 1980.

3-82 Correspondence with Bart Voigt, August 13, 1973 - March 6, 1976.

3-83 Correspondence with Pete Wang, November 20, 1969 - March 9, 1979.

3-84 Correspondence concerning Washington D. C. , September 20, 1963 - February 11, 1964.

3-85 Correspondence with Bell Wiley, September 25, 1956 - December 22, 1978.

3-86 Correspondence with Kenneth Williams, April 20, 1952 - January 16, 1956.

3-87 Correspondence with T. Harry Williams, December 30, 1962 - April 29, 1973.

3-88 Correspondence with Peter Wright, August 1972 - September 1980.

3-89 Correspondence with Robert Younger, July 1969 - June 1980.

3-90 Correspondence with Robert Younger, July 6, 1976.

Box 4 Manuscripts by E. B. Long.

4-1 "Abraham Lincoln - Who Was He? Who Is He?" (speech), 1978.

4-2 "American Revolution - Revolutionary Ardors Cool - 1771," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, copy of the article, research notes and rough draft.

4-3 "American Revolution - 1772 - The Crisis is Renewed," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, copies of the article, research notes and rough draft.

4-4 "American Revolution - 1773 - The Tea is Dumped," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, rough draft, research notes and final copy.

4-5 "American Revolution - 1774 - Eve of Revolution," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, rough draft, research notes and final copy.

4-6 "American Revolution - 1776 - Culmination and Beginning," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, rough draft, research notes and final copy.

4-7 The American Story, The Abraham Lincoln Story, and correspondence.

4-8 "Antietam Panel," (speech by Long at Gettysburg Hotel), April 7, 1962.

4-9 Biography of Beauregard, 1972, rough draft, notes, correspondence.

4-10 Proposed joint resolution for commemoration of the Bicentennial of the United States, June 11, 1957.

4-11 Bicentennial History of the United States, correspondence.

4-12 Comments on John Niles' "Breakout: A Cavalry Exploit of the Civil War. "

4-13 Scripts for Broadcast Music, Inc. : "The Charge of the Light Brigade and Alfred Lord Tennyson," "Ordeal by Fire," "Poems of Tennyson," "Desert Island Reading" (March - November, 1953) and correspondence.

4-14 Speech on Bull Run (December 4, 1961) and correspondence with R. Gerald Mc Murtry of the Lincoln National Life Foundation concerning the speech.

4-15 Articles by E. B. Long on Camp Douglas and research notes.

4-16 Biographical information on Bruce Catton and speeches given by E. B. Long about Catton.

4-17 "The Civil War Comes to Bear River," article and research notes.

4-18 "The Civil War Comes to Bear River," drafts, research notes, general information.

4-19 "The Civil War Comes to Stay - 1861. "

4-20 Opening remarks for the Civil Histography Panel, Chicago, April 9, 1976.

4-21 "The Civil War a Hundred Years Later" (speech).

4-22 Review of Shelby Foote's The Civil War: A Narrative, Vol. III, Red River to Anpomatox and pamphlets on Foote's book.

4-23 "The Civil War and Its Meaning for Our Time. "

4-24 "The Civil War and Its Meaning for Our Time" (revision).

4-25 Comments on The Civil War Drawings of Edwin Forbes.

4-26 Articles and clippings on Civil War Round Tables and directions for contributors to the Encyclopedia of Southern History.

4-27 "Committee on Conduct of the War," correspondence with Civil War Times Illustrated, articles, rough draft.

4-28 Introduction to Bennett Young's Confederate Wizards of the Saddle.

4-29 "The Continued War," "The Chicago Conspiracy," scriptfor "Camera II," "The Civil War and Its Meaning for Our Time," manuscript by Robert Lee Kerby.

4-30 "The Continuing War" for Civil War History Quarterly, manuscript, drafts.

4-31 "The Course of Revolution," copies of the article, correspondence with Marilyn Trier, research notes and rough draft.

4-32 Foreword to the Cyrus Bond Civil War Diary, August 3, 1976 and correspondence.

4-33 Articles submitted by E. B. Long for Encyclopedia Americana on John Wilkes Booth and Salmon P. Chase, August and October 1967.

4-34 "Every Man and History. "

4-35 Introduction to "Four Years in Rebel Capitals" and correspondence.

4-36 "The Generals and Their Ladies. "

4-37 "Generals of the Trans-Mississippi" and "Major Events Missouri and Arkansas 1861-1865," 1967.

4-38 "Grant and His Fellowman," article, rough draft, notes.

4-39 "Grant and the War in the West" and correspondence.

4-40 "Grant and the War in the West" and Mississippi Valley Speech Chronology 1861-1862.

4-41 Research Report Number 12 for Allan Nevins, - Grant's Plan.

4-42 Articles by E. B. Long, Barbara Long, and others on the Civil War, October 26, 1955.

4-43 Historians (speech).

4-44 Ifs of the Civil War, discarded notes.

4-45 Articles on Illinois history including "1863, Year of Battle and Words," "The Guns are Silent - The Dying Ends - 1865," "1864 - Year of Persistence. "

4-46 "Introduction to Panel: The Civil War: Factors" and correspondence.

4-47 "Lincoln and Grant" (script).

4-48 Lincoln and the West (speech addition).

4-49 E. B. Long's contribution to The Dictionary of American Military Biography on Longstreet.

4-50 Methods of Historical Research (lecture), 1973.

4-51 "Monument Valley" and newspaper articles.

4-52 Comments on Allan Nevin's book.

4-53 Research and critical reports for Nevins.

4-54 Comments on Ambrose's "Old Brains: The Civil War Career of Henry Wager Halleck" and correspondence.

4-55 "The Paducah Affair: Bloodless Action that Altered the Civil War in the Mississippi Valley. "

4-56 Introduction to The Post Reader of Civil War Stories and newspaper clippings.

4-57 Article on the office of the president of the United States and newspaper clippings.

4-58 Research report on President Lincoln and John Divine Jones of Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company and correspondence.

4-59 Comments on Bruce Catton's Reflections of the Civil War and correspondence.

4-60 "Revolutionary War - 1775 - It All Begins," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, rough draft, final copy and research notes.

4-61 "The Roots of Revolution - Two Centuries Later," article and correspondence with Marilyn Trier.

4-62 Article on Michiel Adriaanazoon de Ruyter.

4-63 Saints and the Union, changes, final editing, correspondence and rough drafts of introduction.

4-64 "The Second Battle of Gettysburg. "

4-65 "Some Had Blundered" (Crimean War).

4-66 The Story of War, chapter 1 - rough drafts and research notes.

4-67 Comments on "The Strategic Air Offensive and the Mutation of American Values, 1937 - 1945," December 7, 1973.

4-68 "The Strategy of the Civil War" (ROTC lecture).

4-69 Today's Health articles: "Following the Flags of the Sixties" with Ralph G. Newman and "The Civil War in the West. "

4-70 Speech to Toron Hall Club on the inauguration of Freedom Hall of the Institute of Human Relations.

4-71 "Triumphs of the Confederacy. "

4-72 "Ulysses S. Grant for Today" (speech).

4-73 "Ulysses S. Grant for Today," 1972, Claremont speaking version, rough drafts and notes.

4-74 "United States - The Course of Revolution - 1769," correspondence with Marilyn Trier, rough draft, final copy and research notes.

4-75 "Views of the Degree of Harshness Displayed to the South During Reconstruction" - revised version.

4-76 "What is an Historian?" - The Second Annual Paul M. Angle Lecture delivered by E. B. Long, February 16, 1977 at the Chicago Historical Society.

4-77 "What is an Historian?" - speaking version.

4-78 "William Henry Seward, From Continentalism to the Pacific Dream" and memo to Tom Lansburg.

4-79 Wonderland of Knowledge Encyclopedia entries by E. B. Long on Nixon and Johnson.

4-80 "Wyoming During the Civil War" - speaking version, newspaper clippings, notes.

Box 5 Works by others including articles, booklets, etc.

5-1 J. Cecil Alter, "Early Utah Journalism"

5-2 LeRoy Anderson and Larry J. Halford, "The Mormons and the Morrisite War. "

5-3 H. H. Bancroft, biographical sketch from Microfilm at Bancroft Library by P. E. Connor.

5-4 H. H. Bancroft, photocopy of a portion of The History of Utah.

5-5 Edwin C. Bearss, "Civil War Operations In and Around Pensacola" (booklet).

5-6 A. J. Bledsoe, "Indian Wars of the Northwest. "

5-7 John R. Brumgardt, "The Red River Story. "

5-8 Charles E. Calvert, paper on U. S. Marshals

5-9 Bruce Catton, The Meaning of the Civil War, "Names Fromthe War," and foreword to South After Gettysburg.

5-10 Bruce Catton, "Reflections on the American Civil War" (transcript).

5-11 Bruce Catton, "Sheridan at Five Forks. "

5-12 Ray C. Colton, "Indian Campaigns" - chapter 7 of The Civil War in the Western Territories.

5-13 Ray C. Colton, photocopy of a portion of The Civil War in the Western Territories.

5-14 David Crossen, "Martinet and the Mob; George Armstrong and the First Iowa Volunteer Cavalry. "

5-15 David Crossen, "You'll Find Iowa History in the Strangest Places... ," "The Man From C. R. U. N. C. H. "

5-16 Esther M. Douty, "The Americans Who Won Russia's Heart. "

5-17 LeRoy H. Fischer, "Henry B. Bass's Collection" (booklet).

5-18 Margaret M. Fischer, "Utah and the Civil War - 1862, Lot Smith and Burton Expedition" (photocopy of the article).

5-19 General John Gibbon, Personal Recollections of the Civil War.

5-20 Virginia Hall, "A History of Fort Shawl"

5-21 Arthur C. Hansen, M. D. , "The Hooker Letter: An Analysis. "

5-22 Robert S. Henry, "West by South. "

5-23 William Best Hesseltine, "Four American Traditions. "

5-24 Jean Holloway, The Honorable Sam Houston - treatment from Wolper Productions, Inc. , August 8, 1974.

5-25 George U. Hubbard, "Abraham Lincoln As Seen by the Mormons. "

5-26 Aurora Hunt, "The Civil War on the Western Seaboard. "

5-27 Edward C. Johnson, "Civil War Embalming" and "Drs. Holmes and Bunell - Civil War Embalming Surgeons. "

5-28 Edward C. Johnson, "A Civil War Embalming Surgeon: The Story of Dr. Daniel H. Prunk. "

5-29 Philip D. Jordan, "People Paint the Plains. "

5-30 Lt. Commander Sheldon H. Kinney, "Dry Tortugas. "

5-31 Larson, "Utah and the Civil War" (article).

5-32 Jay Luvacs, "Johnston's Last Stand - Bentonville. "

5-33 Mort Reis Lewis, "The Civil War Horse: An Equine Saga. "

5-34 Gaston Litton, "The Indian Territory and the War Between the States," chapter IX from History of Oklahoma.

5-35 Jay Luvacs, "Johnston's Last Stand - Bentonville. "

5-36 Robert F. Marx, "An Illustrated History of Submersibles: From Alexander the Great to Alvin," from Oceans, November 6, 1978.

5-37 James M. Merrill, "The Battle for Elizabeth City, 1862. "

5-38 Allan Nevins, Introduction.

5-39 Allan Nevins, Report Number 13 - Manpower.

5-40 Allan Nevins, Report Number 14 - Material of War III, medical supplies, notes, etc.

5-41 Preston Nibley, "Brigham Young: The Man and His Work. "

5-42 Richard H. Orton, excerpts from Records of California Men in the War of the Rebellion.

5-43 Richard H. Orton, excerpts from Records of California Men in the War of the Rebellion.

5-44 William A. Owens, "Boom in Batson: The Birth of an Oil Field. "

5-45 Peter Padfield, The Battleship Era (complete photocopy), 1972.

5-46 Charles S. Peterson, "Utah: A Bicentennial History. "

5-47 John A. Rawlins, article.

5-48 Lt. Commander Geoffrey Rawson, "The Royal Australian Navy. "

5-49 Gerald Alexander Reed, "Stand Watie, the Cherokee Nation, and the War of Rebellion. "

5-50 James I. Robertson, Jr. , ea. , "English Views of the Civil War," Virginia Quarterly, Spring 1968.

5-51 W. G. Ryckman, "Clash of Cavalry at Trevillians. "

5-52 Juliet Gilman Sager, "Stephen A. Hurlbut, 1815 - 1882. "

5-53 John Y. Simon, "The Politics of the Morrill Act. "

5-54 Kristin F. Smith "Wilson and the Cavalry," April 23, 1976.

5-55 F. Stanley, "The Red River Story. "

5-56 Wayne C. Temple and Glenna A. Rice, "Lincoln Herald Index. "

5-57 Joseph B. Thobinn, "Negro Slavery in the Indian Territory," Chapter XXIII in Oklahoma History of the State and People.

5-58 Frank E. Vandiver, "The Old Fort was Indefensible but Liberty was Not. "

5-59 Jay Wagoner, Chapters 1 and 2 of Arizona Territory 1863- 1912.

5-60 Sam Ward, article from New York Times Book Review.

5-61 E. W. Whitcomb, "Reminiscence of a Pioneer. "

5-62 James Harrison Wilson, LL. D. , "Joseph Russell Jones. !"

5-63 Annals of Iowa, no author.

5-64 "History of Chief Crazy Horse" (booklet), no author.

5-65 "John Harrolson's Request" and "A Yankee View of It," no author.

5-66 "Lincoln and His Valet" from the Ohio Historical Society newsletter, February 1964.

5-67 The Ulysses S. Grant Prospectus, no author.

Box 6 General information including articles, essays, clippings, essays, research notes, brochures, etc. , in subject order.

6-1 Abolition - newspaper clippings, essays.

6-2 Adams, Charles F. - article, copy of his speech to the House of Representatives (January 31, 1861).

6-3 Agriculture - farming (article from The Chino Tribune), barbed wire, sod houses (poem and general information).

6-4 Alabama (Montgomery) - research notes, booklet on the first White House of the Confederacy.

6-5 American Revolution - articles, clippings, general information.

6-6 American Revolution - newspaper clippings, essay.

6-6 Ancient Wars - articles, general information.

6-8 Antietam - brochures, newspaper clippings, maps.

6-9 Appomattox - newspaper clippings, maps, brochures, postcards, general information.

6-10 Appomattox Court House - clippings, essays, research notes.

6-11 Arab-Israel War, 1967 - magazine articles, newspaper clippings.

6-12 Arab-Israel War, 1973 - magazine articles, newspaper clippings.

6-13 Arizona - Jerome, AZ (historical booklet), Petrified Forest, AZ (booklets), and Fort Apache Scout, Vol. 7, No. 3, August 1967.

6-14 Arkansas - map of All Seasons Trail, information on Benton County, article on Cabell's attack on Fayetteville, troop movement map (February 1862), Forty Days of Disaster: The Story of General Frederick Steele's Expedition into Southern Arkansas, and notes.

6-15 Arkansas - Arkansas History Commission's information on the Old State House in Little Rock, The Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Autumn 1953), "The Arkansas Peace Society of 1861: A Study in Mountain Unionism" from Journal of Southern History (November 1958), and The Pulaski County Historical Review (March 1957).

6-16 Arkansas - manuscripts, photocopies for research from the Civil War letters, handbills, affidavits.

6-17 Arkansas - "At Home in Confederate Arkansas," edited by Ted R. Worley, December 1955.

6-18 Arkansas - "Arkansas Terrestrial Restoration" by A. W. Ford, correspondence, and "Louise Loughborough, Who has Recreated an Arkansas Era" from The Arkansas Gazette, March 16, 1950.

6-19 Arkansas Historical Society - affidavits.

6-20 Arlington and Alexandria - brochures, newspaper clippings.

6-21 Arms (tanks and missiles, etc. ) - newspaper clippings.

6-22 Army organization - drawings.

6-23 Army, U. S. - general information and newspaper and magazine articles.

6-24 Arrington (Great Basin Kingdom) - research notes.

6-25 Art, western - clippings about Remington, the Gold Rushin Western Art, and William Henry Jackson.

6-26 Articles, miscellaneous.

6-27 Atlanta Campaign - maps, brochures, general information.

6-28 Atlantic Coastal Operation - chronology, newspaper clippings, research notes.

6-29 Aviation (non-World War II) - articles.

6-30 Baker, Edward D. - newspaper clippings, general information.

6-31 Balloons (war) - articles, booklets, research notes.

6-32 Battles, miscellaneous - brochures, booklets, etc.

6-33 Battles, miscellaneous - articles, newspaper clippings.

6-34 Beauregard - newspaper clippings' photograph of home.

6-35 Bell, John - newspaper clipping.

6-36 Benjamin, Judah P. - article, newspaper clipping, general information.

6-37 Benton County Pioneer - copies.

6-38 Benton, Thomas H. - newspaper clippings.

6-39 Bernhisel Papers - research notes.

Box 7 General information including clippings, booklets, research notes, pictures, articles, photocopies and maps in subject order.

7-1 Blacks in the West - clipping.

7-2 Blair, Montgomery (Postmaster General) - booklet.

7-3 Boer War - newspaper clippings.

7-4 Book lists - military books.

7-5 Boston sources - research notes.

7-6 Brackett's Battalion - excerpts from the George Dana Johnson Papers and photocopies of letters from the McMicken Papers.

7-7 Brag, General Braxton - pictures, articles, correspondence.

7-8 Brandy Station, Battle of - general information, maps, etc.

7-9 Brice's Cross Roads - microfilm copies, postcard.

7-10 Bridger, Jim - clippings.

7-11 Brigham Young University - research notes.

7-12 British Army and Wars - articles, clippings.

7-13 British Navy (non-WW II) - articles, clippings.

7-14 British Navy (Nelson and the Age of Sail) - chronology, newspaper clippings.

7-15 Brown, John - clippings, articles.

7-16 Buchanan, President - article.

7-17 Buell, Don Carlos - newspaper clipping.

7-18 Buffalo - clippings.

7-19 Buffalo Bill - general information.

7-20 Burnside, Ambrose - newspaper clipping.

7-21 Butler, General Benjamin - articles, newspaper clippings.

7-22 Cairo, Illinois - article, research notes, map.

7-23 U. S. S. Cairo - articles, newspaper clippings.

7-24 California - general information, research, booklets.

7-25 California - California Historical Society Quarterly, Vol. XV, No. 1, San Francisco, March 1936, December 1961 and December 1967.

7-26 California - San Bernadino County Museum Association Quarterly, Summer 1968, 1969, 1962.

7-27 California missions - general information.

7-28 California (19th century history) - general information.

7-29 California Civil War - notes from E. B. Long's centinnial history research trip.

7-30 California State Library - research notes.

7-31 Camels in the United States - articles.

7-32 Camp Douglas - clippings, articles, research notes, general information, rough drafts of an article.

7-33 Camp Lawrence (forts) - general information.

7-34 Camp life - poem, clippings, cartoon.

7-35 Canadian navy - article.

7-36 Carpetbaggers - article.

7-37 Carroll, Anna Ella - research notes, photocopies, articles.

7-38 Carson, Kit - articles, general information.

7-39 Carson, Kit and Indians in the Southwest - brochure, photocopy, newspaper clipping.

7-40 Casualties - article, research notes.

7-41 Catalogs - "The History of America, Part 3. "

7-42 Cattle - map of American cattle trails.

7-43 Catlett's Station - research notes.

7-44 Catton, Bruce - articles, clippings.

7-45 Catton, Bruce - articles, clippings

7-46 Catton, Bruce - conference notes.

7-47 Catton, Bruce - lists of correspondence.

7-48 Catton, Bruce - death notices.

7-49 Catton, Bruce - memorial article, 1978.

7-50 Catton, Bruce - speeches for Oliver Jenson, October, 1978.

7-51 Catton Papers - from the University of Wyoming, November 26, 1974.

7-52 Catton Papers - from the University of Wyoming.

7-53 Catton Papers - speeches from the University of Wyoming Collection.

7-54 Catton Papers - speeches from the University of Wyoming Collection.

7-55 Catton Papers - from the University of Wyoming Collection.

7-56 Catton Papers - newspaper clippings and lists of correspondence from the University of Wyoming Collection.

7-57 Centennial History of the Civil War and Civil War Almanac - bibliography.

Box 8 General information including research notes, bibliographies, outlines, reviews, articles, clippings, essays, booklets and photographs in subject order.

8-1 Centennial History of the Civil War and Civil War Almanac - bibliography.

8-2 Centennial History of the Civil War - report on assets and progress.

8-3 Centennial History of the Civil War - annual reports on research.

8-4 Centennial History of the Civil War - monthly and bimonthly reports in progress, 1955-1965.

8-5 Centennial Historv of the Civil War - work, chronological sheets.

8-6 Centennial History of the Civil War - research notes.

8-7 Centennial History of the Civil War - Civil War books and sources.

8-8 Centennial History of the Civil War - wind up, timereports, research notes.

8-9 Centennial History of the Civil War - outline,acknowledgments, bibliography.

8-10 Centennial History of the Civil War - publicity and reviews.

8-11 Centennial History of the Civil War - synopsis.

8-12 Centennial History of the Civil War - permissions.

8-13 Chaplains - article.

8-14 Charleston, Illinois - articles, newspaper clippings.

8-15 Charleston, South Carolina - articles, booklets, research notes, general information.

8-16 Chicago Historical Society - books-for-sale list.

8-17 Chicago Historical Society - research notes.

8-18 Chicago in the Civil War - articles, clippings, general information.

8-19 Chivington, J. M. - thesis by one of students.

8-20 Chronologies of various wars.

8-21 Chronologies of the Civil War - research notes, rough drafts, articles.

8-22 Churchill and the Civil War - articles and clippings.

8-23 Civil War Almanac - Catton foreword.

8-24 Civil War Almanac - changes and index.

8-25 Civil War Almanac - draft of acknowledgments and dedication, and Civil War Day by Day - draft of foreword and acknowledgments.

8-26 Civil War Almanac - index by date.

8-27 Civil War Almanac - index to special studies.

8-28 Civil War Almanac - research notes.

8-29 Civil War (Army in the West) - essays.

8-30 Civil War (Baltimore) - booklet.

8-31 Civil War (battle names) - research notes.

8-32 Civil War battles (Bear River) - photocopies of articles, research notes, general information.

8-33 Civil War battles (Bull Run, Manassas) - maps, booklets, clippings, research notes.

8-34 Civil War battles (Bull Run, Manassas) notes, booklets, postcards.

8-35 Civil War battles (Bucktails and Squirrel Hunters of Ohio) - newspaper clippings, photograph and articles.

8-36 Civil War battles (Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge) - articles, newspaper clippings, map.

8-37 Civil War battles (Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge) - articles, newspaper clippings, research notes, general information.

8-38 Civil War battles (last) - newspaper clippings, photograph, general information.

8-39 Civil War battles (Mississippi - Vicksburg and Port Gibson) - brochures, newspaper clippings, essays, general information.

Box 9 General information including brochures, clippings, essays, bibliographies, catalogues, book lists, research notes, articles, Confederate money, stamps and photocopies in subject order.

9-1 Civil War battles (Mississippi - Vicksburg and Port Gibson) - brochures, newspaper clippings, essays, general information.

9-2 Civil War bibliography - Centennial Commission bibliography and correspondence.

9-3 Civil War bibliography - index, catalogues, and book list.

9-4 Civil War bibliography - catalogues.

9-5 Civil War blockades - statistics, newspaper clippings.

9-6 Civil War Book Club - book lists and press release.

9-7 Civil War in California - essays.

9-8 Civil War in California (disloyalty and defense) - research notes.

9-9 Civil War in California - essays and research notes.

9-10 Civil War catalogues - The War in Books: A Basic Civil War Library.

9-11 Civil War (causes) - research general information.

9-12 Civil War Centennial - articles, general information.

9-13 Civil War Centennial - bulletins, articles, newspaper clippings, general information.

9-14 Civil War Centennial - articles, research notes, newspaper clippings, general information.

9-15 Civil War Centennial Commission - brochure.

9-16 Civil War Centennial Commission - map and newspaper article.

9-17 Civil War Centennial Reports on Illinois and Lincoln.

9-18 Civil War - Chronicles of the Great Rebellion Against the United States.

9-19 Civil War in Colorado - research notes, article, clippings.

9-20 Civil War in Colorado - research notes, article, clippings.

9-21 Civil War in the Confederate Union - money, stamps, passes, articles, general information.

9-22 Civil War (contraband trade) - essays, research notes.

9-23 Civil War - copies of documents from the New Mexico Archives.

9-24 Civil War correspondence - photocopies.

9-25 Civil War correspondence - copy of letter from J. Tyler, October 30, 1864.

9-26 Civil War correspondence concerning the Indian agency, 1862.

9-27 Civil War - newspaper clippings and articles.

9-28 Civil War - newspaper clippings and articles.

9-29 Civil War - newspaper clippings and articles.

Box 10 General information including essays, research notes, articles, reviews, clippings, maps, outlines, pictures, booklets, brochures, and press releases in subject order.

10-1 Civil War in the Dakotas - essays, research notes.

10-2 Civil War in the Dakotas - essays, article.

10-3 Civil War Day by Day - reviews and clippings.

10-4 Civil War (defenses of Washington) clippings, maps, etc.

10-5 Civil War - Dissertations.

10-6 Civil War (draft riots) - articles and clippings.

10-7 Civil War (drummer boys) - general information, correspondence.

10-8 Civil War (economics) - research notes, lecture.

10-9 Civil War fiction - articles, clippings.

10-10 Civil War fort - pictures.

10-11 Civil War (general mobilization) - research notes, outlines.

10-12 Civil War (growing up during) - book review, article.

10-13 Civil War heroines - newspaper clippings, pictures, article.

10-14 Civil War and Indian territory - research notes, general information.

10-15 Civil War in Iowa - booklets and essays.

10-16 Civil War in Iowa - essays, photocopies of correspondence.

10-17 Civil War in Iowa - photocopies from Civil War letters, essays and brochures.

10-18 Civil War (Japan and the U. S. ) - articles, general information.

10-19 Civil War jokes.

10-20 Civil War journalism - newspaper clippings, articles, general information.

10-21 Civil War in Kansas - essays, research notes, general information.

10-22 Civil War in Kansas - essays and articles.

10-23 Civil War in Kansas - research notes.

10-24 Civil War in Kansas - research notes, correspondence, narrative by Sergeant Thomas M. Goodwan.

10-25 Civil War in Kansas - essay and address.

10-26 Civil War maps - articles.

10-27 Civil War in Maryland - guide to places in the Civil War in Maryland, map, brochures.

10-28 Civil War medicine - biographies of the history of medicine, articles, general information, newspaper clippings.

10-29 Civil War (Memorial Day of the Civil War) - newspaper clippings, press release.

10-30 Civil War (military history) - bibliography for sources in the Chicago area.

10-31 Civil War military legacy - notes, Long biography.

10-32 Civil War in Minnesota - research notes, booklets, information on Fort Ridgely, Sibley House, brochures, essays.

10-33 Civil War (miscellaneous) - articles, newspaper clippings, general information.

10-34 Civil War (miscellaneous) - clippings, articles, research notes.

10-35 Civil War (miscellaneous) - newspaper clippings, articles, general information.

10-36 Civil War (miscellaneous) - articles, bibliography, general information.

10-37 Civil War music and movies - list of Civil War recordings, notes, song ("Part of Me"), clippings.

10-38 Civil War in Nebraska - essays, research notes brochures and general information.

10-39 Civil War in New Mexico - essays, bibliography research notes, booklets.

10-40 Civil War - officials of the War Department

10-41 Civil War in Oklahoma - essays.

Box 11 General information including reviews, essays research notes, Civil War original documents, photographs, clippings, articles, brochures, photocopies, rough drafts, booklets and maps in subject order.

11-1 Civil War (Oklahoma and the Indians) - booklets.

11-2 Civil War (Oklahoma and the Indians) - booklets.

11-3 Civil War in Oregon - general information on cities involved in the Civil War.

11-4 Civil War in Oregon - introduction to a work on Oregon in the Civil War and photocopies from the University of Oregon.

11-5 Civil War in Oregon - essays, research notes, general information.

11-6 Civil War in Oregon - essays, research notes, general information.

11-7 Civil War - original documents.

11-8 Civil War (Battles and Petersburg, VA) - photographs and clippings.

11-9 Civil War photography - general information.

11-10 Civil War photography - general information.

11-12 Civil War photography - general information.

11-13 Civil War - photographing the Civil War.

11-13 Civil War - photographing the Civil War.

11-14 Civil War photography - general information.

11-15 Civil War revivalism - articles.

11-16 Civil War Round Table - quizzes from meetings.

11-17 Civil War Round Table - Fellowship award applications.

11-18 Civil War Round Table - rough drafts of text for records and recording lists, correspondence.

11-19 Civil War (Waterford) - article.

11-20 Civil War weapons - articles, brochure.

11-21 Civil War in the West - research at Library of Congress.

11-22 Civil War in Wyoming - research notes.

11-23 Civil War in Wyoming - rough draft and research notes.

11-24 Clausewitz, Carl - newspaper clippings.

11-25 Clay, Cassius - newspaper clippings, articles, general information.

11-26 Coast Guard (U. S. ) - article.

11-27 Collins, Catharine Welver - photocopies of letters

11-28 Colorado - general information, leaflet.

11-29 Colorado - magazines, newspaper, essays, guide to manuscript collections at the library of the State Historical Society of Colorado.

11-30 Colorado - magazine, photocopies from Archives, newspaper clippings.

11-31 Colorado - research notes from the State Historical Society of Colorado, photocopies, general information.

11-32 Colorado Springs - research notes, photocopies.

11-33 The Coming Fury - comments.

11-34 The Coming Fury - review.

11-35 The Coming Fury - comments, checks on text.

11-36 The Coming Fury - comments.

11-37 The Coming Fury - errors.

11-38 The Coming Fury - Harry Hansen's criticism and Long's reaction.

11-39 Communists - newspaper clippings.

11-40 Confederate officers - newspaper clippings, articles, general information.

11-41 Confederates in Brazil - article, newspaper clippings, general information.

11-42 Connor, Patrick - research notes from California sources, booklets, map.

11-43 Connor, Patrick - research notes, photocopy of article.

11-44 Copperheads - articles, newspaper clippings

11-45 Corinth - Iuka - research notes, articles

11-46 Cotton - newspaper clipping, article

11-47 Crane, Stephen - newspaper clipping.

11-48 Crimean War - article.

11-49 Crook, G. - newspaper clippings

11-50 Cumberland Gap - article.

11-51 Curtis, Samuel R. - clippings.

11-52 Custer - newspaper clippings, booklets, articles.

Box 12 General information including photocopies, clippings, articles, photographs, booklets, post cards, research notes, manuscripts, essays, brochures, and maps in subject order.

12-1 Daines, Franklin - photocopy of "Separatism in Utah 1847-1870. "

12-2 Davis, David - newspaper clipping.

12-3 Davis, Jefferson - articles, clippings, photographs.

12-4 Davis, Jefferson - articles, clippings, photographs.

12-5 Davis, Sam - booklet, post cards.

12-6 Dawson, John W. - articles, general information.

12-7 Denver Public Library - research notes, photocopies, library floorplan.

12-8 Deseret News - research notes, article.

12-9 Diaries - memoirs of Beatty, Blackford, de Chambrun, J. W. de Forest, B. Moran, W. H. Russell, T. S. Strong, George Templeton Strong, Townsend.

12-10 Diaries - article, clipping, research notes.

12-11 Dietrich Lectures - manuscripts.

12-12 Dixie - comic strip.

12-13 Dodge, General M. - general information, research notes.

12-14 Doubleday, Major Akin

12-15 Douglas, Stephen - brochure, articles.

12-16 DuPont letters - Henry Winter Davis' research notes.

12-17 East - pre-trip research, 1976.

12-18 Eastern trip 1960 - correspondence, research notes.

12-17 East - pre-trip research, 1976.

12-18 Eastern trip 1960 - correspondence, research notes.

12-20 Eisenschiml, Dr. Otto - address on September 15, 1961, newspaper clippings and brochure.

12-21 Eisenhower - magazine articles, clippings, general information.

12-22 Eliot Collection - newspaper clippings.

12-23 Ellsworth, Col. E. E. - articles, clippings.

12-24 Emancipation - newspaper clippings.

12-25 Emancipation Proclamation - brochure, research notes, general information.

12-26 Ericsson, John (Monitor and Merrimac) - clippings, essays, pictures, booklets.

12-27 Essays - miscellaneous

12-28 Essays - miscellaneous

12-29 Europe (post WW II) - newspaper clippings and maps.

12-30 Ewell, R. S. - clipping.

12-31 Flags of the Confederacy - brochures.

12-32 Foreign relations - general information, notes, chronology.

12-33 Forrest, N. B. - general information, booklet, clippings, biography.

12-34 Fort Donelson - brochure, articles, general information.

12-35 Fort Fisher - brochures and essay.

12-36 Fort Halleck - research notes.

12-37 Fort Jefferson - correspondence, brochures, map.

12-38 Fort Monroe - postcards and general information.

12-39 Fort Pulaski - brochures, post cards, general information.

12-40 Fort Sanders and the Laramie Basin - general information.

12-41 Fort Sumter - articles, pictures, mapsFort Sumter - pictures, booklets, general information.

12-42 Frederick, Maryland - brochures.

12-43 Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania Wilderness, Chancellorsville - research notes, map, pictures, brochures, articles.

Box 13 General information including research notes, maps, pictures, brochures, articles, booklets, essays and clippings in subject order.

13-1 Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania Wilderness, Chancellorsville - research notes, map, pictures, brochures, articles.

13-2 Freeman, D. S. - pictures, newspaper clippings, booklet, general information.

13-3 Fremont - essays.

13-4 French-Indian Wars - newspaper clippings.

13-5 French navy - article.

13-6 Fried, Frederick G. - Civil War reminiscences.

13-7 Frietchie, Barbara - clippings, general information.

13-8 Fur trade - newspaper article.

13-9 Garibaldi - essay from Colburn's New Monthly.

13-10 Georgia - brochures and article.

13-11 Georgia (Marietta) - brochures on Kennesaw House Museum, essay and map.

13-12 Georgia (Savannah) - general information, article, map.

13-13 German army - magazine articles, newspaper clippings.

13-14 German navy - essays.

13-15 Gettysburg - articles, general information.

13-16 Gettysburg - articles, general information.

13-17 Gettysburg, Battle of - newspaper clippings, pictures.

13-18 Gettysburg - brochures, booklets, articles.

13-19 Gettysburg - brochures, general information, newspaper clippings, correspondence.

13-20 Gettysburg - brochures, general information, newspaper clippings, correspondence.

13-21 Gettysburg (Eisenhower, Montgomery) - newspaper clippings.

13-22 Gettysburg - pictures, summary of Long comments on Scribner's manuscripts.

13-23 Gettysburg - postcards from Pea Ridge, article, clippings.

13-24 Ghost towns in Nevada - newspaper articles.

13-25 Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art research notes and photocopies.

13-26 Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art general information.

13-27 Grand Army of the Republic - forms, pictures, clippings, articles and correspondence.

13-28 Grand Canyon - articles, brochures.

13-29 Grand Review ( 1865 ) - clippings, pictures.

13-30 Grant, Julia - research notes.

13-31 Grant (Appomattox campaign and surrender) - notes.

13-32 Grant Association - letters to and from Grant.

Box 14 General information including bibliograpy, research notes, outlines, clippings, articles, pictures, memoirs, pamphlets, drafts, speeches, essays, brochures and maps.

14-1 Grant - bibliography from the Morris Library at Southern Illinois University.

14-2 Grant, Ulysses S. - bibliography.

14-3 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes, outline, and general information.

14-4 Grant, Ulysses S. (Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge) notes.

14-5 Grant, Ulysses S. (Drinking) - magazine and newspaperclippings, research notes.

14-6 Grant, Ulysses S. (Five Forks, Petersburg and Richmond)- research notes.

14-7 Grant, Ulysses S. (Funeral) - newspaper clipping from New York Herald.

14-8 Grant, Ulysses S. (Galena) - articles.

14-9 Grant, Ulysses S. - picture, articles, general information.

14-10 Grant, Ulysses S. - general information.

14-11 Grant, Ulysses S. - general information, letters.

14-12 Grant, Ulysses S. - general information and articles.

14-13 Grant, Ulysses S. - letters of Grant to his wife, notes.

14-14 Grant's memoirs - newspaper clippings and correspondence.

14-15 Grant's memoirs - newspaper clippings and correspondence.

14-16 Grant's memoirs - newspaper clippings, correspondence.

14-17 Grant, Ulysses S. - memoirs, correspondence.

14-18 Grant, Ulysses S. (North Anna and Cold Harbor) - notes.

14-19 Grant, Ulysses S. - pamphlet and comic stirp.

14-20 Grant, Ulysses S. - sources.

14-21 Grant Papers, Vol. I - articles, manuscripts.

14-22 Grant Papers, Vol. I - articles, preface.

14-23 Grant Papers, Vol. II - articles, preface

14-24 Grant Papers, Vol. III - preliminary draft.

14-25 Grant, Ulysses S. - personal information, comments.

14-26 Grant, Ulysses S. - notes on the Petersburg attck.

14-27 Grant, Ulysses S. - Report of Lieutenant Grant of the armies of the U. S. , 1864-1865.

14-28 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes, December 1963 - March 1964.

14-29 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes, June 1964 - December 1964.

14-30 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes and newsletter.

14-31 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes.

14-32 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes, July - November 1963.

14-33 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes.

14-34 Grant, Ulysses S. - review on assassination and research notes.

14-35 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes, January - March 1965.

14-36 Grant, Ulysses S. - research notes.

14-37 Grant, Ulysses S. - speeches made about Grant.

14-38 Grant, Ulysses S. (Spottsylvania) - notes.

14-39 Grant, Ulysses S. (Wilderness) - notes.

14-40 Great Locomotive Chase - brochures.

14-41 Greeley, Horace - newspaper clippings, essay.

14-42 Greenbie Case - copy of the decision.

14-43 Grierson's Raid - essays, article.

14-44 Guerilla - article.

14-45 Guggenheim Fellowship Award application, 1964-1965.

14-46 Gulf Coast Trip, March 1957 - map, research notes.

14-47 Gunfighters (Billy the Kid) - newspaper clipping.

14-48 Hampton, Wade - newspaper clippings.

14-49 Hancock, W. S. - magazine articles.

14-50 Harper's Ferry - brochures, general information.

14-51 Harvard Library - brochures and research notes.

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