Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/n78095520
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Free Military School for Applicants for Commands of Colored Troops
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.
John A. Jungwirth Letters, 1918 June 7 - 1919 September 13
File — Box 4251.001: , Folder: 18
Scope and Contents This collection consists of thirty-one letters from John A. Jungwirth, United States Navy, to his girlfriend, Marie Andres, in Detroit, Michigan, during World War I. He also signed his name Jackie and Jack. These letters are dated from 7 June 1918 to 13 September 1919. He described being at Naval Station Great Lakes, Illinois. He wrote about having to learn and execute wig-wagging (flag signals used by the US Navy), visiting Chicago, and tells of his daily activities. He states in the 5 July...
Dates: 1918 June 7 - 1919 September 13
Thomas Morrow Letter
Overview Letter from Morrow to William Mitchell discussing a quarrel between the two and a typewritten tract by Morrow addressed to the Presbytery of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, outlining ten grievances he has against it
Dates: 1849 February 12
Portrait of a man in Philadelphia, 1880s
Item — Box 2: , item: 2008.026.000024
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection consists of three albums containing 184 photographs of the Snow family of Tuscaloosa. Images include scenes of Snow family members, their Tuscaloosa home, friends, and family vacations. Albums include a Carte de Visite of family friends, F. A. P. Barnard, University of Alabama professor of Chemistry, Philosophy, and Astronomy. Of interest are photographs of a vertical lift bridge possibly spanning the Warrior River in Tuscaloosa County.
Richard Delafulo Letter
Overview A letter from Richard Delafulo of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to John Hunt in Pensacola, Florida, about Hunt's request for a steam engine for a saw mill.