Twiss, Thomas S., 1802-1871.United States Military Academy2 items.Letter, United States Military Academy, 16 October to Mrs. Emma Willard from Lt. Thomas S. Twiss discusses Cadet John H. Willard's previous reluctance to stay at West Point, but expresses the belief that all will be well as Twiss has taken John into his care. Twiss also describes his position as instructor of natural philosophy at the Academy; letter, Sparta [Ga.], Oct. 11th, 1828 from Elizabeth and Thomas Twiss to Elizabeth's mother, Mrs. Emma Willard, telling of Elizabeth's teaching position and Thomas' unhappiness at the prospect of being separated from Elizabeth. Family and mutual friends are also discussed.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Foster, John G. (John Gray), 1823-1874.United States Military Academy1 map Basic triangulation plan for the west bank of the Hudson River immediately north and south of Bear Mountain.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Warren, G. K. (Gouverneur Kemble), 1830-1882.United States Military Academy4 p.Army officer. Assistant professor of mathematics at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point from 1859-1861. The letter was written during the last year of the Civil War and discusses the tactics of Generals Lee and Sherman.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Benjamin, Samuel Nicoll, 1839-1886.United States Military Academy158 items.Army officer, Medal of Honor recipient. Papers include 78 cadet letters to his mother and father, 1856-1860; 1 private journal, 14 October 1857; personal correspondence; 3 orders and correspondence regarding his military activities during the Civil War; 3 maps are also included.Contact InformationCatalog Record
George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820.United States Military Academy2 p. ;Charter for the Corps of Foot as ordered by King George, signed by E.J. Eliot. On verso list of companies and their pay.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Martyn, Andy.United States Military Academy92 items.Letters received from American servicemen who were on active duty in 1944-1945; stamps and first day covers autographed by U.S. Military leaders who had served in World War II; U.S. Armed Forces commemorative blocks signed by military leaders of W.W. II; UN commemorative stamps autographed by signers of the UN charter.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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