Soldiers -- Southern States.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents A.C. Moore papers, 1882-1941; (bulk, 1890-1926) consist of correspondence with faculty and administrators at USC and elsewhere (chiefly in Carton 4), zoological notes, and botanical drawings documenting the life of A.C. Moore (1866-1928), and his long association with the University of South Carolina and higher education, including correspondence and drawings from the period of his graduate and post-graduate studies (1898-1900 and 1925) in botany and genetics at the University of Chicago, and...
Scope and Contents The papers of the Boylston and Salley Families consist of six and one-quarter linear feet of correspondence, land papers, receipts, photographs, genealogies, scrapbooks, and other volumes documenting the history of the Boylston and Salley families and the town of Salley in Aiken County, S.C. The collection spans from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century.Boylston items primarily document the family of Austin Boylston (1802-1880) and Mary Reed Boylston (1801-1877). A year before...
Dates: 1809 - 1951
Scope and Contents Fifty letters, 1855-1870 and undated, of the Screven family of Savannah, Georgia, consist principally of correspondence between Thomas Forman Screven (1834-1913) and his first wife, Adelaide “Ade” Van Dyke Moore (1836-1864), written during the time of Thomas’ Confederate military service with the 18th Battalion, Georgia Infantry.Thomas was the second son of James Proctor Screven (1799-1859) and Hannah Georgia Bryan (1807-1887). His father was a graduate of South Carolina College...
Dates: 1855-1870; Majority of material found within 1863-1864
Collection — Carton 1
Selected Calendar, 1937-1945, of Quotes in the Papers of the Wolfe and Ulmer Families, 1885-1956 Background: Residents of Columbia, S.C.; Lieutenant Oliver Jordan Wolfe (1919- 2002) served in in the 25th Statistical Control Unit, which was attached to the Thirteenth Army Air Force, also known as “the Jungle Air Force” for it frequent relocations among the islands north of Australia and New Guinea. His young bride, Marie Virginia Ulmer Wolfe (b. 1921), remained home in South Carolina during the war.Summary: Letters...