San Jose State University - Special Collections and Archives
The Civil War Centennial Publications Collection (1914-1987, bulk 1961-1964) consists of maps, pamphlets and publications related to the United States Civil War Centennial. This collection documents the state commissions for Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Tintype of an unidentified Wisconsin Civil War soldier. The image features a solider seated in a chair, leaning back and smoking a pipe. The soldier is holding his gun, his other hand holding his belt. Visible in the photograph is a five-button sack coat, a US belt buckle and a unit number painted on his collar. The hand-painted image highlights in gold the US on the belt buckle, the buckle on his cap, and the insignia on his collar
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
These are the official files of the Civil War Commission
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
One unsigned holograph letter from a Union navy sailor at Washington Navy Yard to his mother and father, Joshua Buffum, of North Billerica, Massachusetts. He recounts the Confederate capture of the USS Isaac P. Smith, commanded by Lieutenant F.S. Conover, while on patrol along the Stono River near Charleston, South Carolina
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Holograph letter written on stationery of the 15th Vermont Regiment, Company A.
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Letters addressed to Lizzie concerning Andrew's disdain of military life, the confederate evacuation of Yorktown, and the battle of Williamsburg
Filson Historical Society
Collection of 3 anonymous Civil War poems titled 'Hoist up the Flag', 'Johnny's Prayer' and 'Hard Tacks'. They convey Union patriotic sentiments as well as hardships endured by Union soldiers
Ohio History Connection
Indiana State Library - Manuscripts and Rare Books
This collection includes research papers, pamphlets, correspondence, newspaper columns, and drafts ranging from 1841-1966 regarding the Indiana Civil War Centennial Commission, Indiana Historical Society, and Civil War soldiers from Indiana
Maryland State Archives - Special Collections
Commission papers. Includes correspondence, military unit rosters, reports, newspaper clippings, work proposals, and histories. Correspondants include U.S. Defense Department, Governor J. Millard Tawes, and state and local governments. Many documents related to the Antietam time capsule, Clara Barton Monument, and other battlefield monuments at Antietam and Gettysburg. Photographs of people and battlefield monuments interleaved throughout. Also includes publicity pamphlets. Arranged alphabetically