Confederate Army physician, from "Otter Oaks," Campbell Co., Va. Principally the Civil War correspondence of R. N. Hewitt containing comments on personal affairs, the difficulties of army life, prices of salt and supplies, the first battle of Bull Run, the blockade of Southern ports, prisoners, picket duty, troop movements, food, clothing, sickness, hospitals, a measles epidemic, music, and various Confederate and Union officers and leaders.
Physician and Confederate surgeon, of Paris (Fauquier Co.), Va. Correspondence, travel journal, bills, presecriptions, deeds, receipts, records of land sales, and other papers (chiefly 1820-1900), concerning Settle's medical career, his interests in stock raising and farming, Civil War, events in Virginia (1861-1862), the Confederate medical service, activities of military units, and other matters. Includes letters from Robert H. Simpson, an offcer of the 17th Virginia Infantry.
Physician in King's Mountain (Cleveland Co.), N.C. Served as a surgeon during the Civil War with the 14th and 37th N.C. regiments. Ended the war at the Confederate hospital in Raleigh, N.C. Chiefly letters (95-038) to and from Tracy concerning his medical practice and experiences during the Civil War, as well as that of others. There are deeds and other legal items, certificates, receipts, notes, prescriptions, remedies, and other miscellaneous items.
Physician and Confederate Army medical officer; from Richmond, Va. The collection contains the military papers of White, made up for the most part of orders and reports concerning his work as surgeon at the military prison at Andersonville, Ga., and as chief surgeon of hospitals attached to military prisons east of the Mississippi River.
Union soldier, from New London, Ohio. Diary of Allen's service as a hospital steward with the 22nd New York Cavalry, 1864-1865, with brief entries describing the battle of the Wilderness, Jubal Early's Valley campaign, and the siege of Petersburg. Also contains personal financial accounts and weekly reports on the regimental sick, and a reference to Allen's postwar return to Ohio.
Soldier, 25th Virginia Regiment, C.S.A., New Market (Shenandoah County), Va. Diary of Beverige's service as a hospital steward, describing camp life, executions of deserters, and the duties of an army surgeon.
Physician from Monroe Co., N.Y. Surgeon, 78th N.Y. Infantry, 1863-1864. Chiefly record book (1861-1869) of two surgeons with the 78th N.Y. Infantry, Fuller and Eldred P. Gray, providing information about the infantry's sick and wounded, and medical supplies. Also served as a letter book with entries indicating the regiment was located in New York and Virginia (1862) and in Alabama (1864), and as an account book for Fuller's medical practice in Perrinton and Fairport, Monroe Co., N.Y., 1867-1
Physician, Confederate Medical Director, Army and Dept. of Tennessee. Correspondence, reports, and Stout's Register of physicians and surgeons of the Confederate States Army. Includes information on sicknesses common to Confederate soldiers, and on conditions in Confederate hospitals; Stout's letters and reports as Medical Director of the Army of Tennessee; correspondence of other Confederate surgeon; and difficulties of medical practice in later days of the war.