United States Military Academy.United States Military Academy2 p. ;Letter accompanying return of Corps of Engineers, academic staff and cadets, listing those cadets who had not yet returned from furlough.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Scott, Maria Mayo.United States Military Academy1 p. ;Wife of General Winfield Scott. Song composed by Mrs. Scott and "dedicated to the Hon. Geo. F. Evans, U.S. Senator from Maine who advocated the Military Academy.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Miley, John David, 1862-1899.United States Military Academy31 items.Officer, U.S. Army. Cadet papers, 1883-1887, including class schedule; orders, 1887-1894; memorabilia.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Vogel, Herbert D. (Herbert Davis), 1900-United States Military Academyii, 70, 12,  leaves ;Brig. General, U.S. Army. Includes extracted and abstrated letters, 12 Jan. 1944-21 Sept. 1945, to his wife, Loreine, from Brisbane, Australia through New Guinea to the Philippines and finally to Japan; A paper "Logistical support of the Lingayen operation," delivered at the National War College in December 1945.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Tidball, William, 1875-1960.United States Military Academy43 items.Colonel, U.S. Army. Cadet memorabilia; photographs; reunion books and photos; pamphlets dealing with West Point and the sesquicentennial celebration, 1852.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Knowlton, Miner, 1804-1870.United States Military Academy2 p. ;Letter requesting funds to pay the West Point riding master. A copy of the authorization by Cooper to retain a riding master at West Point is incorporated in the letter.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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