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4-H ALL STARS. PAPERS, 1991-2002. 0.5 cu. ft. Student organization in which membership is based on leadership, service, and activities. Papers consist of minutes, special conference schedules, correspondence, financial reports, bylaws and policies, nomination information, and photographs. Finding aid available in EAD on the Virginia Heritage database. RG 26/4.
15TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY. HISTORY, 1861-1864. 0.1 cu.ft. History of the 15th Virginia Infantry written by an enlisted solder, Claybrook Y. Lain, covering the period from 1861 to 1862. Discusses Battle at Bethel Church, the merit of individual companies, the dearth of supplies, and alcohol use, among other topics. Includes reproductions of Confederate records concerning Lain's military career and his eventual death. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms2009-111.
17TH PRECINCT, NEW YORK CITY. POLICE BLOTTER, 1861. 0.1 cu. ft. Collection consists of a police blotter from the 17th Precinct (also known as the Bowery) in New York City, spanning April 27 through July 22, 1861; information includes police officers on duty and commanding officers for each day, civil and criminal offenses, lost and returned children, deserters, inmates, and accidents. Finding aid available online. Ms2012-043.
31st REGIMENT, VIRGINIA INFANTRY. COMPANY ROLL, 1862. 0.1 cu. ft. Collection contains a single document reporting the roll of the 31st Virginia Infantry, Company E for May 1862, with a short description of the regiment's activities. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms2010-055.
37TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY. DOCUMENTS, 1863-1864. 0.1 cu. ft. Confederate infantry regiment raised in Southwest Virginia. Invoice for shoes issued to Captain Wood of Company D; receipts for delivery of deserters G. D. Shaver and James Cox. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms2009-057.
41ST UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS. MUSTER ROLL, 1865. 0.1 cu. ft. Muster roll for Company A of the regiment, providing soldiers' names, dates, places, and periods of enlistment, pay status, and notes. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms2009-060.
42nd VIRGINIA INFANTRY. MUSTER AND DESCRIPTIVE ROLL, 1862. 0.1 cu. ft. John W. Dillon, resident of Floyd County, Virginia and private in the Confederate Army, serving as a steward with the 42nd Regiment of the Virginia Volunteers. Civil War-era muster and descriptive roll that shows Dillon's service as steward, signed by Dillon and certified by John W. Smith, assistant surgeon. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms2008-090.
[48th PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY POLL-BOOK, 1864]. 1 item. Poll-book for an election held on October 11, 1864, noting votes cast by members of Company B, 48th Pennsylvania Infantry, encamped at Pegram's Farm in Dinwiddie County, Virginia, during the Civil War. Book includes a list of men, mostly from Schuylkill, Luzerne, Lebanon, and Berks counties, Pennsylvania, and how many votes were cast for candidates for the national offices of Congress and the county offices of Sheriff, Clerk of Orphan's Court, Coroner, County Commissioner, Director of the Poor, and County Auditor. Ms98-021.
116th REGIMENT, OHIO INFANTRY. LETTER, 1863. 0.1 cu. ft. Collection consists of a letter from a sutler that discusses business conditions surrounding the 116th Ohio, the Ohio gubernatorial election of 1863 between Clement L. Vallandigham and John Brough, and offers brief information about the regiment and its leisurely activities. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms2011-049.