Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85124554
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview United States Blue Star Service Flag (roughly 8.5" x 14"), membership brochures, and announcements of upcoming events honoring U. S. veterans in the Jefferson and Shelby Counties, Alabama.
Collection — Box 5447: 
Abstract Black and white publicity photographs showing Congressman Carl Elliott performing official duties. He is seen posing with group from Demopolis High School on the steps of U.S. Capitol building. Also including one portrait of a young Elliott in soldier's uniform.
Dates: Circa 1950s
Overview This collection contains a twelve-page pamphlet from the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments, in Philadelphia, describing the qualifications required of men applying to be officers of African American Union troops during the US Civil War.
Overview This collection contains letters to and from Illinois soldier Charles B. Safford, who served as a captain in the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War, and his wife Clara Safford. Many of the letters date from the time of her second marriage to Thomas S. Brooke.
Dates: 1853-1886 and undated
Overview Sheldon C. Treat was a Union soldier in the US Civil War as part of the Fourth Iowa Infantry. This collection includes twenty-one letters he wrote to his family in New England, most of them sent in 1862-1863 during his war service. It also contains a letter from his commanding officer, and a short biographical document.
Dates: 1860-1873, undated
Abstract Transcript of a diary created by a Union soldier who served in Company H of the 124th Regiment of the Illinois Infantry and mustered out in 1865.
Abstract Letters to his wife and family sent from Kentucky and Corinth, Mississippi in 1862. The letters give instructions for handling his business affairs and express discontent with the war.
Abstract Contains correspondence, photographs, financial records, and other materials, the majority of which are related to Willie T. White, who resided in Rockford, Birmingham, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.