Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A
Letter from Richard C. Bridges to his sister describing the spread of smallpox in Goldsboro; insists on his family being vacinated; considers his wounded side to be improving; remarks on widespread hopes for an early peace.
Vassar College;Deere & Co.;Orton Hotel; Federation of Societies of Public Accountants in the United States of America;Baker University; Deloitte (London);Barrow, Wade, Guthrie & Co.;Mercantile Trust Co.;West, Flint & Co.;
Sisters; Liver diseases -- Treatment -- 19th century; United States -- History -- 1815-1861;
A woman, [possibly Louisa Catharine Greene, daughter of Nathanael Greene], writes to her sister, Cornelia L. Littlefield. Hers is a life with many medical hardships, both her own and those of her family and friends. She asks for news of other...
Songs--United States--20th Century; Popular Music--United States
Cover: caricature of an African American male playing banjo and serenading an African American female who is looking out from her window; a photo inset shows singer Edgar Atchison-Ely dressed as a woman