MCHARG FAMILY PAPERS SCOPE

NOTE: The McHarg Family Papers (1 box, 0.5 linear feet) contain some fifty substantial Civil War letters, dated 1861 to 1864, including a few penned by Union officer Horace Porter, exchanged among members of the McHarg family, in addition to five remarkable baseball letters, dated 1864, with lengthy discussion and even three detailed box scores concerning an amateur baseball club in Albany, New York. A small number of manuscripts, printed matter, and letters written after the Civil War rounds out the collection, which provides primary source documentation of two important episodes in American history: the Civil War and the development of the national pastime, baseball.

The Civil War letters trace the experiences of several men in the McHarg family. Twelve of the letters were sent from near Falls Church, Virginia, in 1861 and 1862, describing skirmishes and the early stages of the war. One letter dated January 31, 1862, includes a lengthy excerpt describing Arlington House, the former home of Robert E. Lee. The Peninsular Campaign is covered, the siege of Yorktown, Virginia, in particular. Later developments brought some of the McHarg soldiers to Frederick, Maryland, from which a handful of these letters were sent. Letters from Horace Porter to his brother-in-law Henry McHarg discuss action in Port Royal, South Carolina; Fort Pulaski, Georgia; Chattanooga, Tennessee; and the 1864 Union army drive to Richmond. Many Civil War leaders; such as Daniel Butterfield, Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, Robert E. Lee, Abraham Lincoln, John Henry Martindale, George B. McClellan, and Fitz-John Porter; and battles; such as Bull Run, Chattanooga, Fort Pulaski, and Yorktown; and Union regiments are mentioned in this collection.

Five handwritten letters about the early days of baseball written during the Civil War between September 26, 1864, and November 16, 1864, were sent from C.D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg. Sheldon, a boy writing from Albany, New York, enthusiastically describes the season of his amateur team, the Hiawathas, to his friend, the young thirteen-year-old Henry McHarg at Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York, some 200 miles away. Clearly, Sheldon is engrossed by the game of baseball, and these letters shed light on the early development of the game. Providing game recaps, play-by-play accounts, and even detailed box scores, these letters provide significant documentary evidence on baseball clubs in New York state during the Civil War. The letters also demonstrate that Henry McHarg was a baseball enthusiast long before he made a name for himself in the world of business.

Other items of special interest include a few letters written by Horace Porter as U.S. Ambassador to France (1897-1905), a typed biographical sketch of Porter's life, and a typed manuscript recounting John McHarg's Civil War experiences.

The Georgetown University Library Special Collections Division preserves two collections closely related to the McHarg Family Papers: The Byington Family Papers; which document the lives of four generations of Byingtons, including noted Civil War correspondent A. Homer Byington; and the Horace Porter Collection; which consists largely of honorific muniments of this significant Civil War leader who married into the McHarg family.

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES: Henry King McHarg (1851-1941) was a noted financier. Born in Albany, New York, he was the son of a wholesale dry goods merchant. His sister was the wife of General Horace Porter. Henry McHarg received schooling at the Albany academy, private schools, and Walnut Hill School, the boarding school of Reverend Thomas C. Reeds in Geneva, New York. At age fifteen he became a clerk in the banking firm of Lockwood & Company in New York City. In time, McHarg worked his way up the financial ladder. In 1872, he bought a seat in the New York stock exchange, selling it in 1927. Among other achievements, he formed the brokerage firm of Adams & McHarg, invested heavily in railroads, served as president of the Virginia Iron, Coal & Coke Company, and became a leading banker. (Source: "The National Cyclopedia of American Biography." Vol. 29. New York: James T. White, 1941, p. 14).

Union officer Horace Porter (1837-1921) is remembered as a staff officer and biographer of General Ulysses S. Grant. Born on April 15, 1837, in Huntington, Pennsylvania, the son of Governor David Rittenhouse Porter (1788-1867) and Josephine (McDermet) Porter, Horace Porter graduated from West Point in 1860. At the outset of the Civil War, Porter was a brevet second lieutenant in the ordnance department. Receiving promotions for his service, he advanced in the ordnance department, seeing duty on the South Carolina coast and then during the Peninsular Campaign. Later, during the battle of Chickamagua, as ordnance chief for the Army of the Cumberland, Porter regrouped a broken line and bought time for retreat. For that action he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1902. After impressing Grant during the Chattanooga Campaign, Porter joined Grant's staff as Aide de Camp on April 4, 1864. He was breveted for Fort Pulaski, the Wilderness, New Market Heights, and war service (Brigadier General). Porter remained in the army after the Civil War, continuing as an aide to Grant and General William T. Sherman until resigning in 1873. Entering civilian life, Porter pursued the career of railroad official. In 1897, his book "Campaigning With Grant" was published. From 1897 until 1905, Porter held the post of U.S. Ambassador to France.

(Sources: Manuscript biographical sketch in McHarg Family Papers: Box 1 Folder 62. Sifakas, Stewart. "Who Was Who in the Civil War." New York: Facts On File, 1988, p. 516. Boatner, Mark Mayo, III. "The Civil War Dictionary." New York: McKay, 1988, p. 661-2. See also: Mende, Elsie Porter. "An American Soldier and Diplomat." New York: Stokes, 1927. Porter, Horace. "Campaigning with Grant." New York: Century, 1897).

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McHarg Family Genealogy:

McHarg--Children of William McHarg (1778-1865) and Sophie (King) McHarg:
John McHarg (1813-1884), married Martha Whipple Patch.
Sophie Anne McHarg; William Neil McHarg; Rufus King McHarg;
Charles King McHarg.

McHarg--Children of John McHarg (1813-1884, son of William McHarg 1778-1865) and Martha Whipple (Patch) McHarg:
Sophie King McHarg (1840-1903), in 1863, married Horace Porter (1837-1921);
John William McHarg (1843-?);
Theodore McHarg (1845-1867);
Henry King McHarg (1851-1941), one of whose sons was Henry McHarg, Jr.

(Source: Information provided by donor).

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ABBREVIATIONS:

AC - Autograph Card.
ALS - Autograph Letter Signed.
ANS - Autograph Note Signed.
TL - Typed Letter.

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ACCESSION DATA:

Status: Open to researchers.
Photocopies: Permitted.
Provenance: Gift of Homer M. Byington, III, 1999 (bulk) & 2000 (baseball letters).
Processed by Scott S. Taylor, January 2001.

BULK DATES: 1861 - 1864
SPAN DATES: 1861 - 1922
EXTENT: 1 box (0.5 l.f.)

Arrangement: The documents are arranged in chronological order.


FOLDER DESCRIPTIONS

Box Folder Title Date Description . . . .

1 1 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 10/31/1861 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg, reporting on war news. He describes a Union camp and a trip to Washington, D.C. and mentions that he has seen the Ellsworth Regiment. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia. The same document contains 1 ALS from John to his Mother, with discussion of Maria and Sophie becoming nurses and a reference to Horace Porter. Also, 1 ALS (in red ink) from John McHarg (1813-1884), who speaks of having his photograph taken by Mathew Brady in Washington, to his son Henry McHarg, that includes a reference to Stewart Van Vliet.

1 2 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 11/19/1861 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg. Mention of a review the next day by George B. McClellan of over 40,000 troops. Reference to the 17th New York. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 3 John McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 11/27/1861 - 11/28/1861 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg, with mention of skirmishes near Falls Church, Virginia. References to the 17th New York and to George B. McClellan going out with his body guards and passing in front of McHarg's door. The same document includes 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his son Henry McHarg, describing how he acquired a horse from a government stable in Arlington, Virginia. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia, to Albany, New York, care of Wasson & Company.

1 4 Horace Porter to Henry McHarg Date: 11/30/1861 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter to his brother-in-law Henry McHarg, describing how the Confederates were abandoning their forts in South Carolina. Sent from Fort Welles, Port Royal, South Carolina.

1 5 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 12/5/1861 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, mentioning Union army activity around Falls Church, Virginia. Includes comment that as the army advances, emancipation follows. References to the 2nd Maine; the 3rd Pennsylvania; John Henry Martindale; Fairfax, Virginia; and Confederate entrenchments at Centreville, Virginia. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 6 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 12/9/1861 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg to his brother Henry McHarg. Reports that he went to Falls Church for supplies. Includes long discussion of the weather. Reference to a humorous incident with John's horse. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia. Fragment; full letter not retained.

1 7 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 12/20/1861 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, in reference to a map. Reference to Wasson & Company, Albany New York; someone they know being killed by the Confederates; the soldiers' desire for action; activity in the Union camps; the 2nd Maine having been at Bull Run; Georgetown Hospital; the experience of a Union soldier captured at Bull Run and sent to Charleston, S.C. and Fortress Monore; and Horace Porter. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 8 William McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 12/28/1861 Description: 1 ALS from William McHarg to his son Rufus McHarg, regarding a dividend of stock of the Jersey City Gas Company and family news. Sent from Albion, New York.

1 9 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 1/1/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg, reporting on his latest activities. Reference to the towns of Vienna, Virginia and Fairfax, Virginia. Mention of a parade of the 44th New York being covered by a reporter from "Harper's Weekly." Includes description of a New Year's meal in the Union camp. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 10 Henry McHarg to John William McHarg Date: 1/16/1862 Description: 1 ALS from Henry McHarg to his brother John William McHarg. Reference to the 93rd New York. Includes drawing in pen of John's horse. Also includes 1 ALS to John from Ed. Beucker[?]. Sent from Albany.

1 11 Horace Porter to Henry McHarg Date: 1/16/1862 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter to his brother-in-law Henry McHarg, reporting on his activities fighting the Confederates in Georgia. Porter hopes Henry is a member of the juvenile Zouave company. Sent from Tybee Island, Georgia.

1 12 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 1/31/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg. Discussion of his work in the Quarter Master's Department. Mention of advancing towards Centreville, Virginia. Reference to the 2nd Maine, the 18th Massachusetts, the 50th New York near Alexandria (Virginia), Daniel Butterfield (commanding 3rd Brigade, Porter's Division, Army of the Potomac), Fitz-John Porter, and managing in cold weather. Includes lengthy description of Robert E. Lee's former home Arlington House being used as a depot for quarter master stores except clothing and tents. Sent from Quarter Master's Department, 1st Brigade, Porter's Division, Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 13 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 2/4/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, in regard to financial matters. Includes complaint against the muddy roads. Also, reference to the Confederates feeling the "Anaconda's grip." Reference to avoiding another Bull Run. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 14 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 2/14/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, informing him that he has applied for a furlough. Reference to John Henry Martindale, Fitz-John Porter, George B. McClelland, the 44th New York of Butterfield's Brigade, Dranesville (Virginia), Centreville (Virginia), Falls Church (Virginia), and Vienna (Virginia). Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 15 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 2/21/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg. Reference to Horace Porter and to the 93rd New York. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 16 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 3/2/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, reporting on preparations for a march. Reference to Nathaniel P. Banks, Harpers Ferry (Virginia), Manassas (Virginia), and George B. McClellan. Sent from Halls Hill, Virginia.

1 17 Henry McHarg to John William McHarg Date: 3/3/1862 Description: 1 ALS from Henry McHarg to his brother John William McHarg (b. 1843). Reference to Horace Porter. Includes drawing in pen of a soldier. Sent from Albany, New York.

1 18 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 3/16/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg. Reference to a march from Fairfax Court House. Sent from Camp California, Virginia, "2 miles from Alexandria."

1 19 Horace Porter to Henry McHarg Date: 3/23/1862 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter to his brother-in-law Henry McHarg, reporting on war news. Porter laments the lack of hospital facilities. Reference to Union victories in the West as shortening the war. Sent from Tybee Island, Georgia.

1 20 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 4/19/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, reporting on his experiences. Reference to Halls Hill, Virginia. Includes description of Union camp near Yorktown and of the siege of Yorktown. Reference to Rufus King, the 17th New York, Daniel Butterfield, Vienna (Virginia), the 23rd Massachusetts, the 6th Vermont, and the 49th New York. Sent from Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, Virginia. Note: The siege of Yorktown began on April 5, 1862, and lasted until May 4, 1862.

1 21 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 4/26/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg, regarding the siege of Yorktown, Virginia. Discussion of the taking of prisoners. Reference to Horace Porter and to the taking of Fort Pulaski, Georgia [4/10-11/1862]. Sent from Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, Virginia, to Albany, New York, care of Wasson & Company.

1 22 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 5/28/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, discussing the chances of the Union army on reaching Richmond, Virginia. References to the 25th New York, the Second Maine, the 13th New York, Yorktown (Virginia), Elbert Bland, controlling the Richmond Central Railroad, Nathaniel P. Banks, and John McHarg's life insurance policy. A Confederate envelope, which contains a printed poem on its front side, is enclosed. Sent from "Gaine's Hill" [sic: Gaines' Mill] Virginia, 9 miles from Richmond, Virginia.

1 23 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 6/7/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, regarding a life insurance policy, purchase requests, and war news. Discussion of the Union army's prospects on capturing Richmond (Virginia). Reference to the 22nd Massachusetts. Sent from Camp Gaines' Mill, Virginia, near Richmond, Virginia.

1 24 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 6/16/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, reporting on his recent experiences in the war and pondering the Union army's prospects of capturing Richmond, Virginia. Reference to battle of Fair Oaks (Virginia), the 17th New York, New York Governor Edwin D. Morgan, Fitz-John Porter, John Henry Martindale, Daniel Butterfield, the White House, Irvin McDowell, George B. McClellan, the siege of Yorktown (Virginia), the 7th New York, Hiram Berdan's Sharpshooters, Hanover Court House, Jefferson Davis, Robert A. Toombs, and William Lowndes Yancey. Sent from Camp Lincoln, Virginia.

1 25 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 7/7/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg, informing him that he is still alive. Sent from "Harrison's Bar, James River, Va."

1 26 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 7/20/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg. Discussion of the Union army's retreat to end the Peninsular Campaign. Discussion of Confederate treatment of prisoners, including Union surgeons. John requests that he be kept abreast on the whereabouts of Horace Porter. Reference to George B. McClellan. Sent from "Camp Refuge," Virginia. This document also contains 1 brief ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his son Henry McHarg.

1 27 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 8/24/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to Rufus McHarg, discussing George B. McClellan's leadership. Discussion of the end of the Peninsular Campaign. Reference to Falmouth (Virginia), Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, John Pope, Ambrose E. Burnside, Alexandria (Virginia), Harrison's Landing, and Fitz-John Porter. Sent from Aquia Creek.

1 28 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 9/5/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to Rufus McHarg, regarding an insurance payment. Sent from Washington, D.C.

1 29 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 9/10/1862 - 9/11/1862 Description: 2 ALS dated 9/10/1862 & 9/11/1862 from John William McHarg to Henry McHarg. Reference to Halls Hill (Virginia), "Fairfax Seminary" near Alexandria (Virginia), Robert E. Lee, a nephew of Robert E. Lee, George B. McClellan, Fitz-John Porter, Horace Porter, Rufus Ingalls, John Pope, Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, and attending to quartermaster duties in Washington, D.C. Sent from near Fort Corcoran, Virginia.

1 30 Henry McHarg to John William McHarg Date: 12/3/1862 Description: 1 ALS (photostat) from Henry McHarg to his brother John William McHarg, discussing family news. Sent from Albany, New York.

1 31 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 12/10/1862 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg, with discussion of living quarters. Reference to the 14th New Jersey, the 5th Connecticut, the 29th Ohio expected to march through Leesburg (Virginia) to join Ambrose E. Burnside, the 3rd Delaware replacing the 29th Ohio, an estimated 5000 sick and wounded in the hospitals in Frederick (Maryland), the secessionist sentiments of citizens of Frederick (Maryland), and town boys sleighing and skating. Sent from assistant quartermaster's office, Frederick, Maryland.

1 32 John McHarg to Rufus McHarg Date: 12/11/1862 - 12/20/1862 Description: 1 brief ALS dated 12/11/1862 from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his brother Rufus McHarg. Also, 1 ALS from John to Rufus, regarding financial matters; reference to the Union armies being defeated at Fredericksburg (Virginia) and to the 2nd Maine. Both letters sent from assistant quartermaster's office, Frederick, Maryland.

1 33 Theodore McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 12/14/1862 Description: 1 ALS from Theodore McHarg to his brother Henry McHarg, reporting on his recent activities and inquiring about family news. Sent from assistant quartermaster's office, Frederick, Maryland.

1 34 Theodore McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 1/11/1863 Description: 1 ALS from Theodore McHarg to his brother Henry McHarg, regarding horses, weather, and war news in Frederick, Maryland. Sent from assistant quartermaster's office, Frederick, Maryland, to Walnut Hill School, Geneva, New York.

1 35 Samuel Stern to Henry McHarg Date: 7/13/1863 Description: 1 ALS from Samuel Stern to his friend Henry McHarg. Reference to Confederates being near Funkestown[?] (Maryland). Sent from Frederick, Maryland.

1 36 Horace Porter to Henry McHarg Date: 9/27/1863 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter to his brother-in-law Henry McHarg, reporting on events in the war. Discussion of fighting at Chattanooga, Tennessee. Porter writes that he made it through the battle unscathed though his horse was hit with a bit of shell. Reference to Braxton Bragg and to shotguns stored at Nashville, Tennessee. Sent from headquarters, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

1 37 Hallie to Henry McHarg Date: 10/13/1863 Description: 1 ALS from Hallie to friend Henry McHarg, thanking him for sending a present. Sent to Albany, New York.

1 38 Theodore McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 3/24/1864 Description: 1 ALS from Theodore McHarg to his brother Henry McHarg. Mention of reports of Confederates near Frederick, Maryland. Reference to Franz Sigel. Sent from assistant quartermaster's office, Frederick, Maryland.

1 39 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 9/18/1864 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg, regarding Henry's schooling and discussing John's latest experiences in the war. Discussion of John's quarters in Missouri. Reference to missing being stationed in Frederick, Maryland. Reference to Howard Rathbone "& other Albanians." Reference to Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York. John suggests that Henry write to Horace Porter. Sent from post quartermaster's office, Benton Barracks, Missouri, to Walnut Hill School, Geneva, New York.

1 40 C. D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg Date: 9/26/1864 Description: 1 ALS from C. D. Sheldon to his friend Henry McHarg, providing lengthy discussion of a game played by Sheldon's amateur baseball club, the Hiawathas, against another club, the Alpines. Includes play-by-play accounts of game action. Also includes a detailed, full-length manuscript box score of the game. The Hiawathas won 34-25. Includes reference to another club, the Niagaras. This letter provides outstanding primary source material on the development of baseball. Sent from Albany, New York to Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York.

1 41 J. D. Adams to Henry McHarg Date: 10/5/1864 Description: 1 ALS from J. D. Adams, Midshipman in the U.S. Navy, to his friend Henry McHarg, in regard to furniture. Brief mention of drilling with muskets aboard ship. Sent from aboard the U.S.S. "Sautee" off Newport, Rhode Island, to Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York, care of Reverend Thomas C. Reeds.

1 42 C. D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg Date: 10/9/1864 Description: 1 ALS from C.D. Sheldon to his friend Henry McHarg, discussing recent games of Sheldon's amateur baseball club, the Hiawathas, against the Niagaras and the Alpines. Mentions that the New York Knickerbocker baseball club defeated the Utica baseball club by four runs. Sent from Albany, New York to Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York.

1 43 C. D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg Date: 10/11/1864 Description: 1 ALS from C. D. Sheldon to his friend Henry McHarg, with ample discussion of baseball games played recently by Sheldon's amateur club, the Hiawathas. Includes post-game analysis of a game played against the Niagaras. Contains full length, detailed manuscript box score of game against Niagaras; the Hiawathas won 34-32. Also includes discussion of and detailed manuscript box score from Hiawathas' victory over the Alpines, 32-25. This letter provides interesting insight into early development of baseball in America. Sent from Albany, New York to Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York.

1 44 Theodore McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 10/25/1864 Description: 1 ALS from Theodore McHarg to his brother Henry McHarg, describing camp life. Reference to soldiers from Frederick, Maryland. Sent from Headquarters, Camp of Instruction, Benton Barracks, Missouri.

1 45 Horace Porter to Henry McHarg Date: 10/26/1864 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter to his brother-in-law Henry McHarg, regarding the birth of Porter's child. Porter mentions that he came from Ulysses S. Grant's headquarters last Monday and will stay with his wife as long as he can. Porter refers to the Union army's drive toward Richmond as awaiting more men provided by the draft. He notes that some southern boys Henry's age were encountered among those defending Confederate forts. Sent from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

1 46 C. D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg Date: 10/28/1864 Description: 1 ALS from C. D. Sheldon to his friend Henry McHarg, discussing the Hiawathas, an amateur baseball club for which Sheldon played. Reference to playing another club, the Niagaras. Discussion of team news. Sent from Albany, New York to Walnut Hill School, Geneva, New York.

1 47 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 11/11/1864 Description: 1 ALS from John William McHarg (b. 1843) to his brother Henry McHarg. Reference to Rev. Thomas C. Reeds, schoolmaster at Walnut Hill School in Geneva, New York. Reference to Ulysses S. Grant and Horace Porter. John McHarg mentions that he voted for Abraham Lincoln as president and Andrew Johnson as vice president in the recent presidential election. Reference to Horatio Seymour. Reference to William T. Sherman's "March to the Sea." Sent from post quartermaster's office, Benton Barracks, Missouri.

1 48 J. D. Adams to Henry McHarg Date: 11/15/1864 Description: 1 ALS from J. D. Adams, Midshipman in the U.S. Navy, to his friend Henry McHarg, describing how the Midshipmen get around some regulations. Sent from aboard the U.S.S. "Sautee" off Newport, Rhode Island, to Walnut Hill School, Geneva, New York, care of Reverend Thomas C. Reeds.

1 49 C. D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg Date: 11/16/1864 Description: 1 ALS from C.D. Sheldon to Henry McHarg, with references to Sheldon's amateur baseball club, the Hiawathas, who were just then ending their season. Comic reference to a missing dime and the post office clerks of Abraham Lincoln. Sent from Albany, New York to Walnut Hill School, Geneva, New York.

1 50 Horace Porter - Chamber of Commerce Date: 4/10/1893 Description: 1 printed invitation to a reception of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York assisted by delegations from the New-York Historical Society and the American Geographical Society to meet Admiral Duke and the Duchess de Veragua, the Marquis de Barboles, and Don Cristobal de Larreategul y Aguilar, lineal descendants of Christopher Columbus at the Hotel Waldorf. Horace Porter is listed among the members of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York.

1 51 Horace Porter to Freddie ? Date: 1/8/1901 - 1902 Description: 1 ALS dated 1/8/1901 from Horace Porter, U.S. Ambassador to France (1897-1905), to Freddie ?, thanking him for sending him some neckties; sent from Paris, France. Also, 1 ACS postmarked 1902 from Sophie (McHarg) Porter, Horace Porter's wife, to Henry McHarg, regarding family news; sent from Paris.

1 52 Horace Porter to Freddie ? Date: 7/7/1904 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter, U.S. Ambassador to France (1897-1905), to Freddie ?. Sent from France.

1 53 Horace Porter to Freddie Date: 7/19/1904 Description: 1 ALS from Horace Porter, U.S. Ambassador to France (1897-1905), to Freddie ?, in regard to a package. Sent from Paris, France.

1 54 Henry McHarg - Certificate Date: 9/22/1907 Description: 1 certificate to Henry McHarg: "Founders Certificate, Cathedral of S.S. Peter and Paul, Washington, D.C." for donating money for church construction.

1 55 John William McHarg to Henry McHarg, Jr. Date: 3/25/1922 Description: 1 TL to Henry McHarg, Jr. from John William McHarg (b. 1843), describing John's experiences as a soldier in the Civil War and Spanish-American War. Includes the following Civil War references: Fort Sumter, the Army of the Potomac, Fitz-John Porter, Fortress Monroe, the "Monitor," the Merrimac," the frigates "Cumberland" and "Congress," Antietam, Frederick (Maryland), the Confederates' attempt to capture St. Louis. Also includes the following Spanish-American War references: building hospitals at Fortress Monroe and Savannah (Georgia), the transport "Sedgwick," taking a cargo of mules and horses aboard the transport "Kintuck" from Seattle to China, and serving in the Philippines. John mentioned that he offered his services to the quartermaster general in World War I but was rejected because he was too old. Sent from Albany, New York.

1 56 Henry McHarg to John William McHarg Date: 11/5/1862? Description: 1 ALS from Henry McHarg to his brother John William McHarg (b. 1843), sharing his desire to watch a company of artillery drill. Henry mentions that some boys have been playing baseball in a club but that soldiers were making embankments near the ball field. Sent from Albany, New York. Dated November 5 [no year given, possibly 1862].

1 57 Henry McHarg to John William McHarg Date: 4/11/1862? Description: 1 ALS dated 4/11 [no year given, but 1862 inferred from textual clues] from Henry McHarg to his brother John William McHarg (b. 1843), regarding family matters; reference to a photograph sent by Sophie (McHarg) Porter and to Horace Porter dodging an enemy shell at Fort Pulaski (Georgia); includes a drawing of a soldier by Henry. Also, 1 ALS dated 1/13 [no date given] from Henry to John, with reference to Mr. Wasson receiving another order for grape shot and shell to be sent to Governors Island and brief reference to Horace Porter being in the newspapers; includes another drawing of a soldier by Henry. Both letters sent from Albany, New York.

1 58 Henry McHarg Date: undated Description: 2 AC and 1 ANS to Henry McHarg, presumably valentine cards. Includes 3 envelopes, one listing McHarg's address as Box No. 323, Albany, New York, and another listing his address as 24 North Pearl Street, Albany, New York.

1 59 Henry McHarg - Photo of Yacht Date: undated Description: 1 photograph of the "Neaera," Henry McHarg's yacht. Photo by J.S. Johnston, American Photographs and Marine Views, 494 W. 166th St. & 783 Broadway, New York.

1 60 John McHarg to Henry McHarg Date: 1861? - 1865? Description: 1 ALS from John McHarg (1813-1884) to his son Henry McHarg, requesting the family to direct mail to John to Georgetown (District of Columbia). Addressed to Mrs. John McHarg, care of Wasson & Company, Albany, New York.

1 61 John McHarg - Transcript Date: 1861? - 1865? Description: 1 typed transcript: "A Letter from My [Henry McHarg's] Father John McHarg [1813-1884] Detailing Some of His Experiences in the Civil War," 18 pages. Documents in great detail the service of John McHarg in the Civil War.

1 62 Horace Porter - Biographical Sketch Date: 1837 - 1921 Description: 1 typed manuscript: "Biography of General Horace Porter," 27 pages. Provides detailed description of Porter's life (1837-1921).

1 63 Printed Matter Date: undated Description: 3 items of printed matter contained in the McHarg Family Papers: 1 ticket: "Albany Rural Cemetery Proprietor's Ticket, Wm McHarg's family & Sisters," 1 typed poem: "Cradle Hymn" seemingly removed from a published pamphlet "Watts' Divine and Moral Songs," and 1 item: "The Life of Jeff. Davis, Five Expressive Tableaux" (Published at 109 Nassau Street).

1 64 Recipes Date: undated Description: Handwritten recipes found among the McHarg Family Papers. Includes recipes for pumpkin pie, tomato catsup, caramels, dumplings, plum pudding, vanilla cookies, chowder, and tomato soup, among other things.

1 65 Mrs. McHarg Date: undated Description: 2 ALS to Mrs. McHarg.

1 66 Porter, Sophie (McHarg) Date: 12/11/1??? Description: 1 ALS dated 12/11 [no year given] to Sophie (McHarg) Porter. Sent from New York.

1 67 Unidentified Date: 11/9/1918 Description: 1 TL (copy) from an unidentified American correspondent regarding his experiences fighting in World War I. Includes reference to Ferdinand Foch. Sent from France two days before the Armistice.


INDEX

Undex Term - Decription (Date) Box Folder

13TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
14TH NEW JERSEY - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 2
17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 3
17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
18TH MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
22ND MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 23
23RD MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
25TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
29TH OHIO - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
2ND MAINE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
2ND MAINE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
2ND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
2ND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
2ND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 32
3RD DELAWARE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
3RD PENNSYLVANIA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
44TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 9
44TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
49TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
50TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
5TH CONNECTICUT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
6TH VERMONT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
7TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
93RD NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 10
93RD NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 15
ADAMS, J. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 41
ADAMS, J. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 48
ALBANIANS - REFERENCE (1864) 1 39
ALBANY - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE OF MCHARG FAMILY (1861-1922) 1 3
ALBANY RURAL CEMETERY - PROPRIETOR'S TICKET (UNDATED) 1 63
ALBION - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 8
ALEXANDRIA - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 18
ALEXANDRIA - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
ALEXANDRIA - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
ALPINES - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 40
ALPINES - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 42
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - CORESP. RE: IN MCHARG FAMILY PAPERS (1861-1865) 1 1
ANACONDA PLAN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 13 ANTIETAM - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
AQUIA CREEK - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
ARLINGTON - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE TO GOVERNMENT STABLE (1861) 1 3
ARLINGTON HOUSE - REFERENCE TO USE AS QUARTER MASTER'S DEPOT (1862) 1 12
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
BANKS, NATHANIEL P. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 16
BANKS, NATHANIEL P. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
BASEBALL - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 40
BASEBALL - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 43
BASEBALL - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 42
BASEBALL - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 46
BASEBALL - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 49
BASEBALL - REFERENCE (1862?) 1 56
BENTON BARRACKS - MISSOURI - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 39
BENTON BARRACKS - MISSOURI - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 44
BENTON BARRACKS - MISSOURI - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 47
BERDAN, HIRAM - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
BLAND, ELBERT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
BOX SCORE - BASEBALL GAME - MANUSCRIPT BOX SCORE (1864) 1 40
BOX SCORES - BASEBALL GAMES - MANUSCRIPT BOX SCORES (1864) 1 43
BRADY, MATHEW - REFERENCE TO PHOTO HE TOOK OF MCHARG, JOHN (1861) 1 1
BRAGG, BRAXTON - REFERENCE (1863) 1 36
BULL RUN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 13
BULL RUN - REFERENCES (1861) 1 7
BURNSIDE, AMBROSE E. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
BURNSIDE, AMBROSE E. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
CAMP CALIFORNIA - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 18
CAMP LINCOLN - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 24
CAMP REFUGE - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 26
CAMP WINFIELD SCOTT - NEAR YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA - CORRESP. FROM (1862) 1 20
CAMP WINFIELD SCOTT - NEAR YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA - CORRESP. FROM (1862) 1 21
CENTREVILLE - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
CENTREVILLE - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
CENTREVILLE - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
CHARLESTON - SOUTH CAROLINA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
CHATTANOOGA - TENNESSEE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1863) 1 36
CHATTANOOGA - TENNESSEE - REFERENCE TO BATTLE (1863) 1 36
CHINA - REFERENCE (1922) TO SUPPLIES SHIPPED DURING SP-AM WAR (1898) 1 55
CIVIL WAR - CORRESPONDENCE RE: IN MCHARG FAMILY PAPERS (1861-1865) 1 1
CIVIL WAR - REFERENCES (1922) 1 55
CIVIL WAR - TRANSCRIPT: MEMOIR OF MCHARG, JOHN (1861-1865) 1 61
"CONGRESS" - FRIGATE - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
CONNECTICUT - 5TH CONNECTICUT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
CONSCRIPTION - UNION ARMY - REFERENCE (1864) 1 45
"CRADLE HYMN" - PUBLISHED POEM (UNDATED) 1 63
"CUMBERLAND" - FRIGATE - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
DAVIS, JEFFERSON - PRINTED ITEM RE: - FIVE EXPRESSIVE TABLEAUX,NO DATE 1 63
DAVIS, JEFFERSON - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
DELAWARE - 3RD DELAWARE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
DRAFT - UNION ARMY - REFERENCE (1864) 1 45
DRANESVILLE - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
EIGHTEENTH MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
ELLSWORTH REGIMENT - REFERENCE (1861) 1 1
EMANCIPATION - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
FAIR OAKS - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
FAIRFAX - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
FAIRFAX - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 9
FAIRFAX COURT HOUSE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 18
"FAIRFAX SEMINARY" - NEAR ALEXANDRIA - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
FALLS CHURCH - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 6
FALLS CHURCH - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
FALLS CHURCH - VIRGINIA - REFERENCES (1861) 1 5
FALLS CHURCH - VIRGINIA - REFERENCES TO SKIRMISHES (1861) 1 3
FALMOUTH - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
FIFTH CONNECTICUT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
FIFTIETH MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
FOCH, FERDINAND - REFERENCE (1918) 1 67
FORT CORCORAN - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
FORT PULASKI - GEORGIA - REFERENCE (1862?) 1 57
FORT PULASKI - GEORGIA - REFERENCE TO TAKING OF (1862) 1 21
FORT SUMTER - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
FORT WELLES - PORT ROYAL - SOUTH CAROLINA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 4
FORTRESS MONROE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
FORTY-FOURTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 9
FORTY-FOURTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
FORTY-NINTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
FOURTEENTH NEW JERSEY - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 31
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 32
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 33
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1863) 1 34
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1863) 1 35
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 38
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - REFERENCE (1864) 1 39
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - REFERENCE (1864) 1 44
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - REFERENCE TO HOSPITALS FOR SICK/WOUNDED (1862) 1 31
FREDERICK - MARYLAND - REFERENCE TO SECESSIONIST SENTIMENTS IN (1862) 1 31
FREDERICKSBURG - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE TO BATTLE OF (1862) 1 32
FUNKESTOWN[?] - MARYLAND - REFERENCE (1863) 1 35
GAINES' MILL - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
GAINES' MILL - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 23
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1863) 1 34
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - REFERENCE (1864) 1 39
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 40
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 41
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 42
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 43
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 46
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - REFERENCE (1864) 1 47
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 48
GENEVA - NEW YORK - WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 49
GEORGETOWN - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - REFERENCE (1861?-1865?) 1 60
GEORGETOWN HOSPITAL - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
GEORGIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 11
GOVERNORS ISLAND - REFERENCE (1862?) 1 57
GRANT, ULYSSES S. - REFERENCE (1864) 1 45
GRANT, ULYSSES S. - REFERENCE (1864) 1 47
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 1
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 2
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 3
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 5
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 6
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 7
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 9
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 12
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 13
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 14
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 15
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 16
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
HALLS HILL - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
HANOVER COURT HOUSE - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
"HARPER'S WEEKLY" - REFERENCE (1862) 1 9
HARPERS FERRY - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 16
HARRISBURG - PENNSYLVANIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 45
HARRISON'S BAR - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 25
HARRISON'S LANDING - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
HIAWATHAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 40
HIAWATHAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 42
HIAWATHAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 43
HIAWATHAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 46
HIAWATHAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 49
INGALLS, RUFUS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
JACKSON, THOMAS JONATHAN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
JACKSON, THOMAS JONATHAN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
JERSEY CITY GAS COMPANY - REFERENCE (1861) 1 8
JOHNSON, ANDREW - REFERENCE (1864) TO ELECTION OF 1864 1 47
JOHNSTON, J. S. - PHOTOGRAPH BY - YACHT OF MCHARG, HENRY (UNDATED) 1 59
KING, RUFUS - REFERENCE (1861) 1 2 KING, RUFUS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
"KINTUCK" - TRANSPORT SHIP - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
KNICKERBOCKERS - NEW YORK BASEBALL CLUB - REFERENCE (1864) 1 42
LEE, ROBERT E. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
LEE, ROBERT E. - REFERENCE TO ARLINGTON HOUSE (1862) 1 12
LEESBURG - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - REFERENCE (1864) 1 49
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - REFERENCE (1864) TO ELECTION OF 1864 1 47
MAINE - SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
MAINE - SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
MAINE - SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
MAINE - SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 32
MANASSAS - VIRGINIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 16
MARTINDALE, JOHN HENRY - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
MARTINDALE, JOHN HENRY - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
MARTINDALE, JOHN HENRY - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
MASSACHUSETTS - EIGHTEENTH MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
MASSACHUSETTS - TWENTY-SECOND MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 23
MASSACHUSETTS - TWENTY-THIRD MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1862) 1 27
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1861) 1 2
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1861) 1 3
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 16
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 26
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
MCDOWELL, IRVIN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
MCHARG FAMILY - RECIPES (1850S-1920S) 1 64
MCHARG, HENRY - ADDRESSES (1850S?) 1 58
MCHARG, HENRY - CERTIFICATE - CATHEDRAL OF S.S. PETER & PAUL (1907) 1 54
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM ADAMS, J. D. (1864) 1 41
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM ADAMS, J. D. (1864) 1 48
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HALLIE [A FRIEND] (1863) 1 37
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1861) 1 1
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1861) 1 2
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1861) 1 3
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1861) 1 6
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 9
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 15
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 21
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 26
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 29
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 31
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, THEODORE (1862) 1 33
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, THEODORE (1863) 1 34
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, THEODORE (1863) 1 38
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1864) 1 39
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, THEODORE (1864) 1 44
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1864) 1 47
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1861?-1865?) 1 60
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1861) 1 1
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1861) 1 3
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 26
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM PORTER, HORACE (1861) 1 4
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM PORTER, HORACE (1862) 1 11
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM PORTER, HORACE (1862) 1 19
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM PORTER, HORACE (1863) 1 36
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM PORTER, HORACE (1864) 1 45
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM PORTER, SOPHIE (1902) 1 51
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHELDON, C. D. (1864) 1 40
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHELDON, C. D. (1864) 1 42
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHELDON, C. D. (1864) 1 43
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHELDON, C. D. (1864) 1 46
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHELDON, C. D. (1864) 1 49
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM STERN, SAMUEL (1863) 1 35
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED: VALENTINES (1850S?) 1 58
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 10
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 17
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862) 1 30
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862?) 1 56
MCHARG, HENRY - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1862?) 1 57
MCHARG, HENRY - PHOTOGRAPH OF HIS YACHT (UNDATED) 1 59
MCHARG, HENRY K. - SEE: MCHARG, HENRY 1 1
MCHARG, HENRY KING - SEE: MCHARG, HENRY 1 1
MCHARG, HENRY, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM (1922) 1 55
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1861) 1 5
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1861) 1 7
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 12
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 13
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 14
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 16
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 18
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 20
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 22
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 23
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 24
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 25
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 27
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 28
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1862) 1 32
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861?-1865?) 1 60
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 1
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 3
MCHARG, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 26
MCHARG, JOHN - TRANSCRIPT: CIVIL WAR MEMOIR (1861-1865) 1 61
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 10
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 17
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 30
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862?) 1 56
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862?) 1 57
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 1
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 2
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 3
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 6
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 9
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 15
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 21
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 26
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 29
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 31
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 39
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 47
MCHARG, JOHN WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY, JR. (1922) 1 55
MCHARG, MRS. - CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED (UNDATED) 1 65
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1861) 1 5
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1861) 1 7
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, WILIAM (1861) 1 8
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 12
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 13
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 14
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 16
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 18
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 20
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 22
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 23
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 24
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 25
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 27
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 28
MCHARG, RUFUS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM MCHARG, JOHN (1862) 1 32
MCHARG, SOPHIE - SEE: PORTER, SOPHIE (MCHARG) 1 57
MCHARG, THEODORE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 33
MCHARG, THEODORE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1863) 1 34
MCHARG, THEODORE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 38
MCHARG, THEODORE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 44
MCHARG, WILLIAM - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, RUFUS (1861) 1 8
MCHARG, WILLIAM - PROPRIETOR'S TICKET TO ALBANY RURAL CEMETERY,UNDATED 1 63
"MERRIMAC" - IRONCLAD - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
"MONITOR" - IRONCLAD - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
MONROE, FORTRESS - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
MORGAN, EDWIN D. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
NASHVILLE - TENNESSEE - REFERENCE (1863) 1 36
"NEAERA" - YACHT OF MCHARG, HENRY - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED) 1 59
NEW JERSEY - 14TH NEW JERSEY - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
NEW YEAR'S MEAL IN UNION CAMP - DESCRIPTION (1862) 1 9
NEW YORK - 13TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
NEW YORK - 17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 2
NEW YORK - 17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 3
NEW YORK - 17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
NEW YORK - 17TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
NEW YORK - 25TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
NEW YORK - 2ND NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
NEW YORK - 44TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 9
NEW YORK - 44TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
NEW YORK - 49TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
NEW YORK - 50TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
NEW YORK - 7TH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
NEW YORK - 93RD NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 10
NEW YORK - 93RD NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 10
NEW YORK - 93RD NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 15
NEW YORK - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - PRINTED INVITATION TO RECEPTION, 1893 1 50
NEW YORK KNICKERBOCKER BASEBALL CLUB - REFERENCE (1864) 1 42
NEWPORT - RHODE ISLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 41
NEWPORT - RHODE ISLAND - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 48
NIAGARAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 40
NIAGARAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 42
NIAGARAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 43
NIAGARAS - AMATEUR BASEBALL CLUB - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1864) 1 46
NINETY-THIRD NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 15
NURSES - IN CIVIL WAR - REFERENCE (1861) 1 1
OHIO - 29TH OHIO - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 26
PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
PENNSYLVANIA - 3RD PENNSYLVANIA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
PETER & PAUL, SS. (WASHINGTON, DC) - CERTIFICATE - MCHARG,HENRY (1907) 1 54
PHILIPPINES - REFERENCE (1922) RE: SPANISH-AMERICA WAR (1898) 1 55
POPE, JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27 POPE, JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
PORT ROYAL - SOUTH CAROLINA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1861) 1 4
PORTER, FITZ-JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
PORTER, FITZ-JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
PORTER, FITZ-JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
PORTER, FITZ-JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 27
PORTER, FITZ-JOHN - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
PORTER, FITZ-JOHN - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO FREDDIE ? (1901) 1 51
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO FREDDIE ? (1904) 1 52
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO FREDDIE ? (1904) 1 53
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1861) 1 4
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 11
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1862) 1 19
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1863) 1 36
PORTER, HORACE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 45
PORTER, HORACE - PRINTED INVITATION TO RECEPTION (1893) 1 50
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 1
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 15
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 17
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 21
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 26
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 29
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1862?) 1 57
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1864) 1 39
PORTER, HORACE - REFERENCE (1864) 1 47
PORTER, HORACE - TYPED MANUSCRIPT: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF (1837-1921) 1 62
PORTER, SOPHIE (MCHARG) - CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED (UNDATED) 1 66
PORTER, SOPHIE (MCHARG) - REFERENCE (1862?) 1 57
PORTER, SOPHIE - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1902) 1 51
PRISONERS - CONFEDERATE TREATMENT OF - CORRESP. RE: (1862) 1 26
PULASKI - FORT - GEORGIA - REFERENCE TO TAKING OF (1862) 1 21
RATHBONE, HOWARD - REFERENCE (1864) 1 39
RECIPES - MCHARG FAMILY (1850S-1920S) 1 64
REEDS, THOMAS C. - REFERENCE (1864) 1 41
REEDS, THOMAS C. - REFERENCE (1864) 1 47
REEDS, THOMAS C. - REFERENCE (1864) 1 48
RICHMOND - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 23
RICHMOND - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
RICHMOND - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1864) 1 45
RICHMOND - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE TO SIEGE OF (1862) 1 22
RICHMOND CENTRAL RAILROAD - REFERENCE TO SIEGE OF (1862) 1 22
"SAUTEE" - U.S.S. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 41
"SAUTEE" - U.S.S. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1864) 1 48
SAVANNAH - GEORGIA - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
SCOTT, WINFIELD - CAMP - NEAR YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA - CORRESP. (1862) 1 20
SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 12
SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
SECOND MAINE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 32
"SEDGWICK" - TRANSPORT SHIP - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
SEVENTEENTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 2
SEVENTEENTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 3
SEVENTEENTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
SEVENTEENTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
SEVENTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
SEYMOUR, HORATIO - REFERENCE (1864) 1 47
SHELDON, C. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 40
SHELDON, C. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 42
SHELDON, C. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 43
SHELDON, C. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 46
SHELDON, C. D. - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1864) 1 49
SHERMAN, WILLIAM T. - REFERENCE (1864) TO "MARCH TO THE SEA" 1 47
SIGEL, FRANZ - REFERENCE (1864) 1 38
SIXTH VERMONT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
SLAVERY - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR - REFERENCES (1922) 1 55
ST. LOUIS - MISSOURI - REFERENCE (1922) 1 55
STERN, SAMUEL - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCHARG, HENRY (1863) 1 35
THIRD DELAWARE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
THIRD PENNSYLVANIA - REFERENCE (1861) 1 5
THIRTEENTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
TOOMBS, ROBERT A. - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
TWENTY-FIFTH NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
TWENTY-NINTH OHIO - REFERENCE (1862) 1 31
TWENTY-SECOND MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 23
TWENTY-THIRD MASSACHUSETTS - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
TYBEE ISLAND - GEORGIA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM (1862) 1 19
TYBEE ISLAND - GEORGIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 11
UTICA BASEBALL CLUB - REFERENCE (1864) 1 42
VAN VLIET, STEWART - REFERENCE (1861) 1 1
VERMONT - SIXTH VERMONT - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
VIENNA - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 9
VIENNA - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 14
VIENNA - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 20
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1863) 1 34
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1864) 1 39
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 40
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 41
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 42
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 43
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 46
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1864) 1 47
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 48
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL - GENEVA - NEW YORK - CORRESPONDENCE TO (1864) 1 49
WASHINGTON, D.C. - REFERENCE TO QUARTERMASTER DUTIES IN (1862) 1 29
WASHINGTON, D.C. - REFERENCE TO TRIP TO (1861) 1 1
WASSON & COMPANY - ALBANY - NEW YORK - REFERENCE (1861) 1 7
WASSON & COMPANY - REFERENCE (1861) 1 3
WASSON & COMPANY - REFERENCE (1862) 1 21
WASSON & COMPANY - REFERENCE (1862?) 1 57
"WATTS' DIVINE AND MORAL SONGS" - PUBLISHED POEM IN (UNDATED) 1 63
WHITE HOUSE - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
WORLD WAR I - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1918) 1 67
YANCEY, WILLIAM LOWNDES - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
YORKTOWN - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 22
YORKTOWN - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE (1862) 1 24
YORKTOWN - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE TO SIEGE OF (1862) 1 20
YORKTOWN - VIRGINIA - REFERENCE TO SIEGE OF (1862) 1 21


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