New York State Archives
This series consists of two large scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, along with many unmounted clippings, relating to the activities of the New York Civil War Centennial Commission and of local commissions across the state
Maine Historical Society
Includes letter written by Davis from Washington, D.C., to "Dear sister". He describes camp life, some of his duties, and his feelings about coming home after the end of the war. The letter has colored letterhead: "Panoramic view of the fortifications around Washington. Published by Charles Mangus, New York." Folder also contains an envelope with the notation: "Civil War letter, 1861. To my great aunt from her brother Francis Davis. My great grandmother Margaret Davis Merrill. Merrill Bros. shipyard, E. Deering, 1840.".
Archives of Michigan
This record group consists of the general administrative correspondence accumulated by the executive secretary for the years 1961-1966. The correspondence includes letters in, carbons of letters out, and occasional reports and minutes relating to work of sub-committees, city commissions, the advisory committee, the nine man executive board, the historical commission and individual authors and editors of monographs. Includes newspaper clippings
Archives of Michigan
This record group consists of various records of the Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission for the years 1861-1966. The largest portion of records are records of the Committee on Civil War Graves Registration (1963-66). The forms offers name, enlistment and service records, place and date of birth and death, name and location of cemetery, lot and grave number, and additional remarks. The record group also includes the minutes of the Commission (1965-66); publications of the Commission (1963-66) and other miscellaneous records (1861-1865, 1960-1965)
District of Columbia Public Library
Includes mainly clippings, some photographs, programs, and correspondence which consists of a few letters from U.S. presidents
Virginia Commonwealth University - Cabell Library
For the most part, the Archives and Historical Collections of the Richmond Civil War Round Table are materials gathered together about the Civil War. Including papers presented to the Round Table and a number of magazines and reprints along with two artifacts. There are newsletters and attendance records for both the Round Table and the Prison Round Table at the State Penitentiary. Particularly significant is the scrapbook of Col. William M. Meyers, Captain of the Richmond Howitzers in the early part of the twentieth century
New York State Archives
This series is apparently the central subject and correspondence files of the commission. It includes correspondence of commission Chairman Bruce Catton and Executive Director Thomas E. Mulligan with related reports, memoranda, press releases, clippings, and other materials. Most of the records relate to the centennial of the Empancipation Proclamation and a proposed shrine for the original draft of the Emancipation Proclamation which is in New York State custody
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
Correspondence, minutes, reports, subject files, clippings and published material. The collection documents the activities of the commission -- Included is material relating to the preparation for the National Assembly held in Springfield. Also included are files concerning the research and publishing of Dr. William Burton's Descriptive Bibliography of Civil War Manuscripts in Illinois and Dr. Victor Hicken's Illinois in the Civil War. An unpublished manuscript by Harold Sinclair, "The Illinois Home Front in the Civil War," is part of the collection. Published material produced by Civil War commissions from other states is also included
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: correspondence, memoirs, newspapers, diary / journal, speeches