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Box: 1 Fold: 95 Z. T. Miller to His Sisters
1/29/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his sisters, indicating that his division is guarding the railroad from Bridgeport, Alabama, to Lookout Valley, Tennessee. Carl Schurz, Miller notes, is in command of the corps. Comment on Miller's visit to Lookout Mountain. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 96 Z. T. Miller - Furlough Application
1/28/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 autograph document signed: "Robinson, Jr. E. Captain + Ast Adj Genl Applies for furlough for Z. T. Miller, a clerk in his office." Approved and signed by Carl Schurz and by Joseph Hooker. Attached is 1 ALS from Edward Robinson, Jr. to William D. Whipple, applying for a 20 day furlough for Z. T. Miller so he could see his parents in Ohio, with mention of Miller being 17 years old; sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 97 Z. T. Miller to His Parents
2/29/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his parents, informing them that he had returned safely to camp after a furlough. Miller describes traveling through Louisville and Nashville. References to Carl Schurz being on a leave of absence, Hector Tyndale being in command of the division, and the 61st Ohio re-enlisting. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 98 Z. T. Miller to His Sisters
3/4/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his sisters, speculating about the next moves of William T. Sherman, Joseph Johnston, Lucius E. Polk, and James Longstreet. Includes description of a train derailment on the track to Chattanooga. Reference to the 61st Ohio reorganizing. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 99 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
3/4/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, predicting that a major advance by the army will soon come. Miller mentions that the 61st Ohio will be traveling back to Ohio and that some of the 61st Ohio have been transferred to the 82nd Ohio. Miller expects Carl Schurz to return from New York in a few days. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 100 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
3/29/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller. References to rumors about Carl Schurz receiving a new command. Discussion of the re-enlistment of the 61st Ohio. Discussion of Ulysses S. Grant's prospects as commander of the Army of the Potomac. Miller expresses his hope that Abraham Lincoln does not interfere with the spring campaign. Comment of James Longstreet's chances of advancing into Kentucky. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 101 Z. T. Miller to His Brother
4/9/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his brother, regarding the reorganization of is unit. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 102 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
4/16/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, informing her that he now belongs to the 3rd Brigade 1st Division 20th Corps as a result of the army's reorganization. Sent from Shellmound, Tennessee.

Box: 1 Fold: 103 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
4/30/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, predicting that the army will move out tomorrow. Reference to Alpheus S. Williams arriving. Speculation that march will go through Lookout Valley, Tennessee or Ringgold, Georgia. References to John W. Geary being encamped across the river, the 28th Pennsylvania volunteers, a dispute between Geary and Hector Tyndale, speculation about changes in Joseph Hooker's staff, and Tyndale being sick.

Box: 1 Fold: 104 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
5/1/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, reporting that his unit will set up headquarters at Lookout Valley, Tennessee and then proceed to the front lines. References to Alpheus S. Williams staying at headquarters and commentary on Williams compared to other generals.

Box: 1 Fold: 105 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
7/1863

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller. Text suggests letter sent from Maryland, presumably in July 1863. Comment about high prices in Maryland compared to Virginia. Miller complains that the farmers he has seen in Maryland and Pennsylvania have depended on the army for defense and not asked for a gun and permission to join the ranks. Letter numbered "105" in pen.

Box: 1 Fold: 106 Z. T. Miller to His Mother
5/6/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother, describing his recent march, with mention of being ill. Mention of the 61st Ohio being in Chattanooga and marching forward soon. Sent from in the field near Ringgold, Georgia.

Box: 1 Fold: 107 Z. T. Miller to Miller, William
5/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his father William Miller, reporting that his unit will embark on a 20 day march toward Atlanta. Reference to George H. Thomas. Letter is badly faded and labeled "107 before 20 days march." Presumably sent from Georgia.

Box: 1 Fold: 108 Z. T. Miller
5/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller, describing in detail his recent battle experience in Georgia. Mention of Alpheus S. Williams' opinion of the battle. Sent from near Cassville, Georgia.

Box: 1 Fold: 109 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
5/22/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, speculating about the ultimate destination of his unit's march. Miller reports that the army is confident and prepared to live off the land. Mention of being involved in the battle of Resaca, Georgia. Miller states his hope of attending West Point some time in the future. Sent from Cassville, Georgia.

Box: 1 Fold: 110 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
5/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, requesting that she send him darning yarn, black threads, and needles. Reference to Clement Vallandigham.

Box: 2 Fold: 1 Z. T. Miller to His Sisters
6/7/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his sisters, reporting on recent events in camp. Mention of William T. Sherman issuing an order prohibiting skulking. Speculation about Robert E. Lee being ill. Comment on Ulysses S. Grant's chances on capturing Richmond sometime soon. Speculation about Sherman's plans to capture Atlanta. Sent from near Marietta, Georgia. Note: This letter is numbered 113. No letters were numbered 111. The sequence of numbered letters jumps from #110 to #113.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
6/7/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, reporting recent skirmishes near Marietta, Georgia. Reference to the positioning of the units under John W. Geary, Daniel Butterfield, and Joseph Hooker. Reference to reports that Ulysses S. Grant is within four miles of Richmond. Mention of Miller's intention to apply to West Point with the aid of Carl Schurz. Reference to the 82nd Illinois. Sent from near Marietta, Georgia. Letter numbered 114.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
6/16/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, describing the battle from the previous night. Reference to a rumor that Leonidas E. Polk was killed yesterday. Sent from near Ackworth Station, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 4 Z. T. Miller to His Sister
6/20/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his sister, describing recent battle action in Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 5 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
7/19/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, informing her that his unit is closing in on Atlanta as the Confederates retreat. Speculation about William T. Sherman's plans to capture Atlanta. Sent from near Brick Head Cove, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
7/23/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, sharing news of Union victories by Joseph Hooker and James B. McPherson. Comment on McPherson being killed in battle and being succeeded by John A. Logan. Detailed description of action. Sent from near Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 7 Z. T. Miller to His Sisters
7/28/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his sisters, providing a lengthy, detailed recap of the recent fighting involving James B. McPherson in Atlanta. Mention of Oliver Otis Howard taking over after McPherson's death. Reference to Joseph Hooker reporting to Washington, D.C. Comment on organization of army leadership. Sent from near Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 Z. T. Miller to Sheldon, Albert
7/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL from Z. T. Miller to his friend Albert Sheldon, recapping at length his unit's recent marches and battles in the campaign as the Union army drove towards Atlanta. Miller lists his rank as clerk in the assistant adjutant general's office, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 20th Corps, Army of the Cumberland. Sent from Chattahoochee Heights, Georgia. The first half of the letter is labeled "120," and the second half is labeled "121."

Box: 2 Fold: 9 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
8/4/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, reporting the latest news from the Union army's advance towards Atlanta. References to Joseph Hooker not having the opportunity to march victoriously into Atlanta; a cavalry expedition to Macon, Georgia; and to Abraham Lincoln's response to a "Peace Manifesto." Sent from near Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 10 Z. T. Miller to Albert Sheldon
8/9/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his friend Albert Sheldon, reporting on the Union's position around Atlanta and on the recent battles of his unit. Includes references to James B. McPherson's death, Oliver Otis Howard succeeding McPherson, and Joseph Hooker asking to be relieved. Sent from near Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 11 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
8/13/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, reporting war news from Atlanta. Mention of Henry W. Slocum preparing to take command. Sent from near Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 12 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
8/21/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, reporting on recent activities. References to there being no change in his unit's position, William T. Sherman being a master of the position in Atlanta, and a new policy regarding retention of enlistees instituted by the War Department. Sent from near Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 13 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
9/4/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, informing her that the Union army entered Atlanta that morning. Lengthy description of his impressions of Atlanta. Sent from Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 14 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
9/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, regarding the end of his term of service. Sent from Atlanta, Georgia. The original letter is badly faded.

Box: 2 Fold: 15 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
9/20/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother, describing Union occupation of Atlanta. Discussion of Miller's prospects for mustering out. Comment on a review of troops by Henry W. Slocum. Sent from Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 Z. T. Miller to His Sister
9/23/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his sister, describing Union-occupied Atlanta.

Box: 2 Fold: 17 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
10/10/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, describing Union-occupied Atlanta. Reference to John Bell Hood taking advantage of an armistice.

Box: 2 Fold: 18 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
10/15/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, informing her that he had been discharged but that he could not make it home yet. Includes brief comment that Abraham Lincoln is expected to win re-election. Sent from Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 19 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
10/23/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, with description of Union-occupied Atlanta. Reference to a rumor that Robert E. lee would abandon Richmond and go to Atlanta via Knoxville, Tennessee. Discussion of war news Miller has heard. Sent from Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 20 Z. T. Miller to Miller, Ann
10/29/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Z. T. Miller to his mother Ann Miller, with details about Union-occupied Atlanta. Also, two bills: a $10 Confederate bill printed in Richmond and one worth 100 dollars from the Framers Bank, North Carolina. Sent from Atlanta, Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 21 Z. T. Miller Letters 1-10 (Photocopies)
3/23/1862 - 6/23/1862

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 1-10. Originals in Box 1 Folders 1-10.

Box: 2 Fold: 22 Z. T. Miller Letters 11-20 (Photocopies)
6/26/1862 - 9/23/1862

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 11-20. Originals located in Box 1 Folders 11-20.

Box: 2 Fold: 23 Z. T. Miller Letters 21-30 (Photocopies)
9/28/1862 - 10/31/1862?

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 21-30. Originals in Box 1 Folders 21-30.

Box: 2 Fold: 24 Z. T. Miller Letters 31-40 (Photocopies)
11/1/1862 - 12/14/1862

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 31-40. Originals in Box 1 Folders 31-40.

Box: 2 Fold: 25 Z. T. Miller Letters 41-50 (Photocopies)
12/14/1862 - 2/23/1863

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 41-50. Originals in Box 1 Folders 41-50.

Box: 2 Fold: 26 Z. T. Miller Letters 51-60 (Photocopies)
2/28/1863

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 51-60. Originals in Box 1 Folders 51-60.

Box: 2 Fold: 27 Z. T. Miller Letters 61-70 (Photocopies)
5/11/1863 - 5/31/1863

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 61-70. Originals in Box 1 Folders 61-70.

Box: 2 Fold: 28 Z. T. Miller Letters 71-80 (Photocopies)
6/1/1863 - 7/28/1863

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 71-80. Originals in Box 1 Folders 71-80.

Box: 2 Fold: 29 Z. T. Miller Letters 81-90 (Photocopies)
8/15/1863 - 10/17/1863

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 81-90. Originals in Box 1 Folders 81-90.

Box: 2 Fold: 30 Z. T. Miller Letters 91-100 (Photocopies)
10/25/1863 - 3/29/1864

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's letters numbered 91-100. Originals in Box 1 Folders 91-100.

Box: 2 Fold: 31 Z. T. Miller Letters 101-110 (Photocopies)
4/9/1864 - 5/22/1864

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 101-110. Originals in Box 1 Folders 101-110.

Box: 2 Fold: 32 Z. T. Miller Letters 113-120 (Photocopies)
6/7/1864

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's Civil War letters numbered 113-120. Originals in Box 2 Folders 1-8.

Box: 2 Fold: 33 Z. T. Miller Letters 121-131 (Photocopies)
7/1/1864? - 10/29/1864

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of Z. T. Miller's letters numbered 121-131. Originals in Box 2 Folders 8-20.

Box: 2 Fold: 34 Transcript of Z. T. Miller Civil War Letters
1862 - 1864

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcript: "The Civil War Letters by Zachariah Taylor Miller, 1862-1864," pages 1-50.

Box: 2 Fold: 35 Transcript of Z. T. Miller Civil War Letters
1862-1864

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcript: "The Civil War Letters by Zachariah Taylor Miller, 1862-1864," pages 51-100.

Box: 2 Fold: 36 Transcript of Z. T. Miller Civil War Letters
1862-1864

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcript: "The Civil War Letters by Zachariah Taylor Miller, 1862-1864," pages 101-150.

Box: 2 Fold: 37 Transcript of Z. T. Miller Civil War Letters
1862-1864

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcript: "The Civil War Letters by Zachariah Taylor Miller," pages 151-200.

Box: 2 Fold: 38 Transcript of Z. T. Miller Civil War Letters
1862-1864

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcript: "The Civil War Letters by Zachariah Taylor Miller, 1862-1864," pages 201-259.

Box: 3 Fold: 1 Z. T. Miller's Civil War Diary
1863

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Manuscript diary kept by Z. T. Miller, documenting his Civil War experiences for the year 1863. Very fragile. Please use transcript of diary in Box 3 Folder 2 or photocopied version in Box 3 Folder 3.

Box: 3 Fold: 2 Z. T. Miller's Civil War Diary - Transcript
1863

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcript of Z. T. Miller's Civil War diary documenting Miller's experiences in the year 1863. Original diary found in Box 3 Folder 1.

Box: 3 Fold: 3 Z. T. Miller's Civil War Diary - Photocopy
1863

DESCRIPTION: Photocopy of Z. T. Miller's Civil War diary, documenting his experiences in the year 1863. Original diary found in Box 3 Folder 1.

Box: 3 Fold: 4 General Orders
5/16/1862 - 4/20/1864

DESCRIPTION: 1 partially printed, part manuscript document: receipt of United States Express Co., Columbus, Ohio, 5/16/1862. 1 printed document: General Orders No. 5, Headquarters Eleventh and Twelfth Corps, Army of the Cumberland, Lookout Valley, Tennessee, 11/1/1863, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 10/30/1863, George H. Thomas to Joseph Hooker, offering congratulations for a recent victory. 1 printed document: General Orders No. 29, HQ Eleventh Corps, Lookout Valley, 11/4/1863, T. A. Meysenburg, by order of Oliver Otis Howard, ¨congratulating his troops; signed by Meysenburg. 1 printed document: General Orders No. 265, HQ, Dept. of the Cumberland, Chattanooga, 11/7/1863, C. Goddard by command of Thomas, praising recent movements. 1 autograph document signed, Special Orders No. 109 (extract), HQ 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 20th Corps, 4/20/1864, detailing Z. T. Miller for duty at headquarters, signed A. E. Lee by order of Hector Tyndale.

Box: 3 Fold: 5 61st & 82nd Ohio Reunion
9/2/1897

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed document: "Twenty-Eighth Annual Reunion of the 61st and 82nd O[hio]. V[olunteer]. V. I[Infantry]. Held in Marysville, O[hio], September 2, 1897." Lists battles, engagements, marches of units. Also, 1 ribbon: "Twenty-Eighth Annual Reunion, 61st and 82nd O. V. V. I., Marysville, O., 1897."

Box: 3 Fold: 6 Gettysburg - Printed Item
c. 1900 (no date given)

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed booklet: "Monumental Guide to the Gettysburg Battlefield, with Index: Showing the Location of Every Monument Marker and Tablet with Approaching Roads and Avenues." Published at Gettysburg, PA, no year given, c. 1900? Includes directory of Gettysburg for the information of visitors; the location of battlefield monuments, markers, and tablets; and an oversized map of the battlefield. Very fragile.

Box: 3 Fold: 7 Roster - Encampment No. 1 - Union Veterans
1909

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed pamphlet: "Roster of Encampment No. 1, Union Veteran Legion, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1909." Z. T. Miller--B, 61 Ohio, 2013 Carson St., South Side, Pittsburgh, is listed on page 31.

Box: 3 Fold: 7.5 Miller, Z. T. - Civil War Related
11/5/1863 - 12/2/1901

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1863-1901 related to Z. T. Miller's Civil War experiences. Includes 1 ALS dated 1/31/1864 to Josephine Miller from her friend John, who was in the 2nd Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry, with discussion of furloughs and army's camp; sent from Chattanooga, Tennessee. Also, 1 Typed Card dated 1900 inviting Miller to the joint reunion of the 82nd and 61st Ohio Regiments to be held in Delaware, Ohio. And, correspondence dated 1901 between Z. T. Miller and G. W. Harris, regarding the Civil War experiences of the 61st Ohio.

Box: 3 Fold: 8 Baker, Florence
5/30/1893 - 2/9/1918

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1893-1918 from Florence Baker to some of her relatives, including Z. T. Miller, Kate Miller, and Louise Miller Boyer, mostly regarding family matters.

Box: 3 Fold: 9 Brashear, John A.
9/24/1887 - 10/31/1899

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (4 Autograph Letters Signed, 1 Typed Letter Signed, 1 Typed Letter, 2 Printed Cards, 1 Drawing) dated 9/24/1887-10/31/1899 from John A. Brashear to Z.T. Miller, regarding Brashear's wife being ill, a lecture by Brashear titled "A Trip to the Moon" scheduled for 5/11/1901, and social engagements. One letter includes a clever cartoon drawing of a doctor at work. All letters sent from Pittsburgh, PA, most on Brashear's letterhead bearing heading "Astronomical & Physical Instrument Works, Allegheny, PA, U.S.A."

Box: 3 Fold: 10 Brashear, John A.
5/8/1900 - 11/24/1910

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 10/31/1900 from John A. Brashear to Kate Miller, regarding tickets. 1 TLS dated 11/12/1900 from John's wife Phoebe S. Brashear to Z. T. Miller, inviting him to John's 60th birthday party. 1 ALS dated 11/24/1910 from John to Z. T. Miller and Louise Miller, offering condolences and inviting them to the observatory. Also, 1 printed graphic image of Brashear: "Dedication of Brashear School Building, 27th Ward, Tuesday, May 8, 1900."

Box: 3 Fold: 11 Brashear, John A.
10/21/1911 - 2/28/1925

DESCRIPTION: 3 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 ACS, and 1 envelope dated between 1911-1916 from John A. Brashear to Louise Miller (Boyer), mostly regarding family, schools, and travel. Also, 1 photograph of a graphic image of John Brashear and 1 printed pamphlet publicizing "The Autobiography of John A. Brashear," edited by W. Lucien Scaife, published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, publication expected 2/1925.

Box: 3 Fold: 12 Brashear, John A.
undated

DESCRIPTION: 9 undated photographs of John A. Brashear, presumably taken by Ernest W. Boyer. Also, 2 ALS and 1 ACS from Brashear to Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller, mostly regarding their friendship, undated. 1 ALS and 1 TCS from Brashear to Z. T. Miller, regarding travel and offering condolences, undated. Folder includes published biographical sketch of Brashear.

Box: 3 Fold: 13 Carpenter, Matilda
12/19/1894 - 8/30/1904

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1894-1904 mostly about the death of Matilda "Tillie" Carpenter (Mrs. R. R. Carpenter - nee King), who was Kate Miller's eldest sister. Other correspondents include R. R. Carpenter, Kate Miller, and Z. T. Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 14 Gump, Inez
11/1890 - 12/9/1917

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1890-1917 to and from Inez "Iney" Gump (Mrs. Charles Gump - nee Miller), regarding family news. Other correspondents include Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller. Also, 1 undated photograph of Inez Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 15 Hubbard, Elbert
11/2/1906 - 1/3/1907

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLS dated 11/2/1906 and 1/2/1907 from Elbert Hubbard to Z. T. Miller, regarding a historical question about vaccination with reference to Cotton Mather and Edward Jenner; sent from East Aurora, New York. Also, 1 TLS dated 1906 from I. K. King, with lengthy discussion of vaccination; sent from Pittsburgh. And, 1 undated TM: "Roycroft and some of the people there" by Z. T. Miller, with mention of Hubbard.

Box: 3 Fold: 16 Kennedy Family
1/14/1886 - 9/22/1904

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1/14/1886-9/22/1904 regarding the Kennedy family of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, who were friends of the family of Z. T. Miller. Includes manuscript genealogical listings of the Kennedy family of Allegheny, PA.

Box: 3 Fold: 17 Miller, Ann to Miller, Z. T.
6/10/1877 - 12/22/1901

DESCRIPTION: 30 ALS dated 1877-1901 from Ann Miller to her son Z. T. Miller, mostly regarding family matters. Sent from Dayton, Ohio.

Box: 3 Fold: 18 Miller, Ann - Re: Her Death
1/10/1902 - 1/25/1902

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (telegrams) dated 1/10/1902-1/25/1902 regarding the death of Ann Miller, who was Z. T. Miller's mother.

Box: 3 Fold: 19 Miller, Josephine to Miller, Z. T.
9/28/1901 - 8/19/1902

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 9/28/1901-8/19/1902 from Josephine Miller to Z. T. Miller, mostly regarding family news.

Box: 3 Fold: 20 Miller, Kate to Baker, Florence
5/19/1906 - 9/27/1909

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 5/19/1906-9/27/1909 from Kate Miller to her neice Florence Baker concerning Julie Rive-King and family news.

Box: 3 Fold: 21 Miller, Kate to Baker, Florence
6/11/1906 - 7/3/1908

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 6/11/1906-7/2/1908 from Kate Miller to her niece Florence Baker, concerning the 1908 Pittsburgh concert of Julie Rive-King. Other topics include high school graduation of Kate Miller's daughter, Louise Miller Boyer.

Box: 3 Fold: 22 Miller, Kate (Regarding)
9/18/1872 - 6/13/1881

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 9/18/1872-6/13/1881 regarding Kate Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 23 Miller, Kate to Miller, Z. T.
9/21/1886 - 3/25/1898

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1886-1898 between Z. T. Miller and his wife Kate Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 24 Miller, Kate - Corresp. Received
7/7/1888 - 5/20/1908

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 7/7/1888-5/20/1908 to Kate Miller, with discussion of family news and reference to a recital by Julie Rive-King.

Box: 3 Fold: 25 Miller, Louise Kline
12/2/1890 - 1931?

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1890-1931? of Louise Kline Miller. Also, 1 photograph of Louise Kline Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 26 Miller, Z. T. - Burial
4/5/1960 - 8/1/1961

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 4/5/1960-8/1/1961 concerning the burial of Z. T. Miller at Arlington National Cemetery. Includes documents regarding Z. T. Miller's military service during the Civil War and a map of Arlington National Cemetery showing the burial location of Z. T. Miller and Kate Miller.

Box: 3 Fold: 27 Miller, Z. T. - Homeopathy
1875 - 2/8/1877

DESCRIPTION: Printed material of Z. T. Miller regarding homeopathic medicine. Includes admission tickets to homeopathic courses at two locations: the New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia. Also, 1 printed pamphlet: "New York Homoeopathic Medical College, Faculty--Lecture Scheme 1876-7--Text Books" listing faculty, special lecturers, courses, and text books.

Box: 3 Fold: 28 Miller, Z. T. - Legal
1876 - 1933

DESCRIPTION: Legal documents dated 1876-1933 relating to Z. T. Miller. Includes certificate dated 3/2/1876 to Z. T. Miller from New York Homeopathic Medical College, documents dated 1914 regarding inventory of Z. T. Miller estate, and certificate dated 8/23/1933 to Louise Miller Boyer from Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction.

Box: 3 Fold: 29 Miller, Z. T. to Miller, Josephine
1910

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1910 from Z. T. Miller to his sister Josephine Miller, regarding his European trip; sent from Europe.

Box: 3 Fold: 30 Miller, Z. T. to Baker, Florence
12/21/1909 - 11/7/1913

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1909-1913 from Z. T. Miller to Florence Baker, mostly regarding family news.

Box: 3 Fold: 31 Miller, Z. T. to Miller, Kate
11/12/1890 - 1/18/1902

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 11/12/1890 from Louise Rive Miller, regarding a toilet set. Also, 1 ALS dated 1/18/1902 from Z. T. Miller to his wife Kate Miller and daughter Louise Miller, regarding his mother Ann Miller's health.

Box: 3 Fold: 32 Miller, Z. T. to Miller, Kate
5/26/1893 - 4/30/1906

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1893-1906 from Z. T. Miller to his wife Kate Miller and daughter Louise Miller, mostly regarding family issues.

Box: 3 Fold: 33 Miller, Z. T. to Miller, Louise
1909

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1909 from Z. T. Miller to his daughter Louise Miller, regarding family, books, and community events.

Box: 3 Fold: 34 Miller, Z. T. to Miller, Louise
1911

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1911 from Z. T. Miller to his daughter Louise Miller, mostly personal.

Box: 3 Fold: 35 Miller, Z. T. to Miller, Louise
1912

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1912 from Z. T. Miller to his daughter Louise Miller, mostly personal.

Box: 3 Fold: 36 Miller, Z. T. - Medical School
1877

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed invitation: Hahnemann Medical College reception for graduating class of 1877. 1 printed item: "Order of Examinations in the Hahnemann Medical College, Class of 1877." 1 photograph of Z. T. Miller, presumably dated 1877 upon graduation from Hahnemann Medical College.

Box: 3 Fold: 37 Miller, Z. T. - Corresp. Received
6/17/1897 - 2/06/1916

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 6/17/1897 from W.? Baker to Z. T. Miller, regarding the birth of Baker's son; sent from Columbus, Ohio. 1 ALS dated 10/14/1906 from John Brant, of the Old Time Telegraphers' and Historical Association to Miller, soliciting an article on the theme of friendship and the telegraph; sent from New York City on Old Time Telegraphers' and Historical Association letterhead; requested manuscript submission by Miller is on verso. 1 ALS dated 2/6/1916 from George M. P. Baird to Miller, photo of young boy enclosed.

Box: 3 Fold: 38 Miller, Z. T. - Family Related
9/28/1862 - 1899?

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1862-1899? of Z. T. Miller's family members. Correspondents include Mallvina (Miller) Bursk, Josephine Miller, and Kink Miller. Includes printed certificate dated 1882 for Z. T. Miller: "United Order of the Golden Cross, Authority for Medical Examiner," Knoxville, Tennessee. Also, 1 printed pamphlet dated 1899: "The Famous Kitchell Composite Madonna" by Joseph Gray Kitchell.

Box: 3 Fold: 39 Miller, Z. T. - Medicine
3/8/1877 - 4/25/1908

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed pamphlet: "Twenty-Ninth Annual Commencement of The Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia at the Academy of Music, Thursday, March 8th, 1877, at Eleven o'clock, A. M."; lists faculty, demonstrators, program, graduates (including Z. T. Miller). 1 ALS dated 3/12/1888 from Medical Advance Publishing Company to Z. T. Miller, regarding a case of Miller's; sent from Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1 printed set of directions: "Hygienic Hair Waver (Pat. June, 1903) For making the Marcelle Wave." 1 ALS dated 4/25/1908 from Miller to William Metcalf, regarding Miller's removal from the General Medical Staff of the Hospital; sent from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Handwritten resolutions regarding state medicine and vaccination. 1 undated of Z. T. Miller and Julia Lose.

Box: 3 Fold: 40 Miller, Z. T. - Mss. of Louise's Life I
1861 - 1893

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript by Z. T. Miller of his daughter Louise Miller Boyer's life. Covers 1861-1893. This document is part one; see Box 3 Folder 41 for part 2.

Box: 3 Fold: 41 Miller, Z. T. - Mss. of Louise's Life II
1893 - 1896

DESCRIPTION: Autograph Manuscript dated 1893-1896 by Z. T. Miller of his daughter Louise Miller Boyer's life. This document is part 2; part 1 is in Box 3 Folder 40.

Box: 3 Fold: 42 Miller, Z. T. - Fragile
1/24/1894

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/24/1894 from Z. T. Miller to his nephew Joe Bursk, with lengthy commentary on the policies of President Grover Cleveland. Sent from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The letter is very fragile. Please handle with care.

Box: 3 Fold: 43 Miller, Z. T. - Obituaries
11/14/1913 - 12/19/1913

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence and newspaper clippings dated 1913 regarding the death of Z. T. Miller. Includes published obituaries from several newspapers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Box: 3 Fold: 44 Miller, Z. T. - Painting of Louise
1900?

DESCRIPTION: 1 color painting by Z. T. Miller of his daughter Louise Miller. Circa 1900. Approx. 5"x 6.5".

Box: 3 Fold: 45 Miller, Z. T. - Painting
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated color painting by Z. T. Miller, presumably of Florence Baker. Only the upper half of the painting is retained. Fragment is approx. 7.5" x 6".

Box: 3 Fold: 46 Miller, Z. T. - Miscellaneous
1855 - 1974

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence and printed material dated 1855-1974 relating to Z. T. Miller. Includes 1873 Art Society of Pittsburgh pamphlet, which includes a description of the society, a list of officers, and a list of members; Z. T. Miller is listed as a member. 1 Autograph Manuscript will dated 1886 of Z. T. Miller. 1 Autograph Manuscript will of Kate Miller. 1 undated photograph, presumably of Kate Miller as a child.

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