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Civil War Scrapbook

Call Number: MS179
Scope and Contents: This collection contains one scrapbook of American Civil War memorabilia (such as postcards, currency, bonds, envelopes, and other records) and one 1864 issue of the Chronicle & Sentinel, a newspaper printed in Augusta, Georgia. The bulk of the collection’s materials are dated from 1861 to 1865.
Dates: 1861 -- 1915, bulk 1861-1865

Collection of Confederate States of America Legal Tender

Call Number: MS187
Scope and Contents: This collection contains currency, loans, bonds, and a stamp by the Confederate States of America, and two Civil War currency notes from Virginia banks.
Dates: 1861 -- 1865

Harper's Illustrated Pictorial History of the Civil War

Call Number: MS185
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of one Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War. This monograph was published in 1894 by Star Publishing Company (Chicago, Illinois) and is an illustrated monograph of the history of the American Civil War (1861-1865).
Dates: 1894

Medford Historical Society Collection of Civil War Photographs

Call Number: MS267
Overview: The Medford Historical Society Collection of Civil War Photographs contains photographs of Civil War subjects, including landscapes and studio portraits of soldiers and veterans.
Dates: circa 1861 -- 1907, bulk circa 1861 -- 1865

Pre-Civil War and Civil War Southern Railroad Tickets and Receipts

Call Number: MS186
Overview: This collection contains railroad tickets for enslaved persons, the general public, and soldiers of the Confederate States of America. The bulk of the material in this collection is dated from 1859 to 1860. The railroad tickets are from Richmond, Virginia to several cities, including Montgomery, Virginia; Vicksburg, Virginia; and Selma, Alabama.
Dates: circa 1859 -- 1865

William H. Ryder Collection of Confederate History

Call Number: MS011
Scope and Contents: This collection largely consists of material collected by William H. Ryder, who traveled to Richmond as an agent of the Sanitary Commission in 1865 to collect material for the upcoming Sanitary Commission Fair. The material was donated to Tufts upon his death. Included are records of the Confederate government, letters, reports, receipts, loans, prison reports, Register of Treasury notes, a War registry, artifacts, and other materials pertaining to the Civil War. The bulk of the materials date...
Dates: bulk 1860 -- 1875, 1770 -- 1940

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