Rutgers University Libraries
Correspondence (1862-1865), journal (1864), military records, photo, and other papers. Includes letters concerning Toffey's witnessing the murder of President Lincoln and his military service during the Civil War, partly with U.S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Washington, D.C. Other places represented include Maryland, Fredericksburg, Va., and Chattanooga, Tenn
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly mss. of writings by Lebedev and others on Russian and East European literary and political topics pertaining roughly to 1914-1939. Includes correspondence; three microfilm reels of materials on Gavrilo Princip and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina, in 1914; drafts of articles by Marc Slonim; materials on Socialist Revolutionary Party (Partii︠a︡ sot︠s︡īalistov-revoli︠u︡t︠s︡īonerov) members abroad from about 1930; personal documents covering his army service in the Russo-Japanese War through the 1917 Revolution and Civil War and his later life in Europe and the U.S.; photos of interwar Albania and Bulgaria and of Aleksandŭr Stamboliĭski; and Lebedev's book, Novym putem, copies of the periodical Voli︠a︡ Rossii, of which he was an editor, and other printed matter. Correspondents include Hamilton Fish Armstrong and George F. Kennan
Maryland Historical Society
Topics include the Mudd family; his own motivation for working to clear his grandfather's name; efforts for a congressional pardon for Samuel Mudd; and a hearing in Key West, Fla., for Dr. Mudd's release from prison there
Indiana Historical Society
Official and personal correspondence, notebooks, ms. of autobiography, drawings, clippings, scrapbooks, and other papers, relating to Wallace's activities as an army officer during the Mexican and Civil wars, governor of New Mexico territory (1878-1881), U.S. minister to Turkey (1881-1885), and author, and his efforts to obtain arms and men for Mexican rebels fighting the French (1865-1867), lecturing, business interests in Crawfordsville and Indianapolis, Ind., and New Mexico, his involvement in the court-martial of conspirators in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and in the trial of Henry Wirz, commandant of Andersonville Prison, Ga., and his membership on a committee to oversee counting disputed ballots in Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina, after the 1876 presidential election
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
Drawing by Baker on July 7, 1881, showing his conception of the path of the bullet that wounded President Garfield and eventually killed him. Annotated and signed by several doctors
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Notes and memoranda relating to Hall's study of the impact of John F. Kennedy's death on the arts
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Memoirs, with references to Foresta's encounters with Fyodor Chaliapin, Jean de Reszke, and others, including Lev Kanegisser, who murdered M.S. Urit︠s︡kiĭ in 1918; clippings; and photos