Center for Archival Collections
MS 1159 - David K. Bowker Papers
The David K. Bowers Papers consist of materials related to the military service of David Bowker during the Civil War. The collection was donated to the Center for Archival Collections on August 15, 2011 by Susan E. Carlucci.
No restrictions exist on the use of this collection. Duplication may be…
MMS 1635 - Jonathan Ayres Correspondence
Letters, May 16, 26, June 9, 1864. Soldier serving with the 144th O.V.I. Originally published in the Wyandot Pioneer
MMS 136 - John Welk Diary Transcript
Diary, 1862-1863. Diary of a soldier serving with Co. D, 15th O.V.I. Killed in battle at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
MMS 1708 - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio
Rosters, ca. 1887 Grand Army of the Republic post rosters from units in Lucas County, Ohio, including Toledo, Maumee, Monclova, Richfield, Sylvania, Swanton, and Whitehouse. Includes member name, rank, and regiment. also includes a listing of Civil War veterans buried in various Lucas County…
MMS 1430 mf - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio. Norris Post no. 27 (Fostoria, Ohio)
Personal War Sketches, 1926-1939. Basic biographical sketches. Some entries include information on family and experiences during the Civil War.
MMS 1170 - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio. W.H. Gibson Post no. 31 (Tiffin, Ohio)
Record of Civil War veterans buried in Greenlawn, Tiffin, Ohio. Includes cemetery listings for Greenlawn, St. Mary's, St. Joseph's, and Fairmont-Stoner.
MMS 1169 - Woman's Relief Corps. W.H. Gibson Corps no. 59 (Tiffin, Ohio)
Minute book, 1905-1909. Minute book of meeting proceedings and activities.
MMS 1139 mf - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio. Robbins Post no. 91 (Upper Sandusky, Ohio)
Minute books, 1881-1904, 1918-1927 Minute book of meeting proceedings and activities. Microfilm.
MMS 989 - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio. Walter Wood Post no. 48 (Tontogany, Ohio)
Records, 1881-1907. Minute book and ledger
MMS 894 - Woman's Relief Corps. Keller Corps no. 225 (Bucyrus, Ohio)
Minute book, 1898-1906. Minute book of meeting proceedings and activities.
MMS 865 mf - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio. Arthur Cranston Post no. 73 (Milan, Ohio)
Membership ledger, 1894-1920, 1944. Membership book with dues accounts. Microfilm.
MMS 335 - Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Ohio. Jehu John Post no. 476 (Elida, Ohio)
Minute book, 1884-1888 Minute book of meeting proceedings and activities.
MMS 1894 - Samuel Farsht
Letters, 1862-1863 Four letters written by Farsht who was serving as a corporal with the 67th O.V.I., Company B. He was killed in the assault on Fort Wagner, South Carolina on July 18, 1863; includes typed transcripts.
MMS 1857 - Conrad Cramer (b. 1844)
Letters, 1865 Originals and transcripts of letters from a private serving in Company G, 111th Volunteer Infantry, describing local situation near end of the war while at Salisbury, North Carolina, and hopes for return home.
MMS 1856 - Henry C. Nagel
Letters, 1863-1864 Letters from a member of Co. D, 15th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
MMS 1826 - John Jefferson Parsons
Letters, 1862-1864 Letters written to the editor of the Perrysburg Journal, published between 1862 and 1864, regarding activities and members of the 67th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
MMS 1779 - 123rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. A
Photograph collection. Collection includes copy negatives of carte-de-viste portraits of members of Co.A, 123rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, primarily from Monroeville, Ohio. Some individuals identified on accompanying sheet.
MMS 1716 - William H. Perigo
Letter, May 17, 1862 Letter written to the editor of the Wood County Independent, Perrysburg, Ohio, published May 15, 1863, regarding the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia, from a soldier serving with Battery H, 1st Ohio Light Artillery.
MMS 1715 - John J. Evers
Letters, May 17, 1861-July 1, 1862 Letters written to the editor of the Wood County Independent, Perrysburg, Ohio, between May 17, 1861 and July 1, 1862, from a soldier serving with the 13th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the initial three months of the war, and later with Co. C, 7th Ohio Volunteer…
MMS 1714 - Thomas W. Higgins
Letter, May 17, 1862 Letter written to the editor of the Wood County Independent, Perrysburg, Ohio, published May 28, 1862, from a soldier serving with Co. B, 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, regarding the Battle of McDowell, Virginia, May 8, 1862.
MMS 1676 - Reed Vincent Boice
Papers, 1865-1866 Civil War era correspondence and forms, written by an officer of the 3rd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry serving as Brigade Commissary for the 3rd O.V.C., the 7th Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry, and the 137th Regiment U.S. Colored Troops at the end of the Civil War.
MMS 1673 - James Wilson Davidson
Papers, 1861-1867. Four Civil War era letters written by an officer serving in Company A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, with three letters written post-war when he worked for the Freedmen's Bureau. According to a note accompanying the letters, the letters were found in a wall at 743 Howard Street,…