MMS 1380 - Askew family Correspondence
Correspondence, 1863-1865. Photocopies of three letters of Matthew, James, and Robert Askew to their sister Hannah, living in England. Matthew who served in Co.D, 1st O.V.I. describes his experiences during the Battle of Stones River; James who was in Co.A, 12th O.V.I. writes about camp life in the…
MMS 1332 - Hiram Ketcham Diary
The original of this diary is at Wright State University, Special Collections and Archives Collection Number: MS-392 Title: Hiram Ketcham Civil War Diary
MMS 1289 - Louisa Cook Walters Correspondence
Correspondence, 1862-1865 Letters to mother and sister, describing overland journey on the Oregon Trail in 1862 and life in Placerville, Idaho from 1864-1865.
MMS 1238 - R. H. Foord Diary
R. H. Foord, age 21, served as a sergeant and as a lieutenant in Company K, 35th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The roster of this unit states that he mustered in September 12, 1861, was wounded and captured September 20, 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga, Georgia; was paroled, and then promoted…
MMS 1211 - George S. Canfield
Untold history : the Battle of Chickamauga. Typed copy of a historical sketch read at a reunion of Co.K, 21st O.V.I. in 1908, of Canfield's experiences as Company drummer at the battle. Transcript online.
MMS 1172 - William Shanks Diary
William Shanks was a first cousin of William Weddell (his mother was Jeannette Weddell, sister of the senior Weddell). A private in Company K, William was killed at Chickamauga, Ga., in September 1863. George Shanks, the brother of William, also served in Company K as a corporal. He was killed at…
MMS 1144 - James J. Wood Diary
James J. Wood, age 25, a resident of Hardin County, Ohio, enlisted in Company D, 34th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, on December 11, 1863, for a term of 3 years. The roster of this unit states that he was wounded in the Battle of Lynchburg, Virginia, June 17, 1864. He was hospitalized in…
MMS 891 - Brackney Family Papers
Papers, 1862-1864. Family correspondence, including Civil War letters of soldiers serving with Co. C, 118th O.V.I., and Co. C, 57th O.V.I. Transcripts available online.
MMS 849 - Capt. William H. Hardman Correspondence
Correspondence, 1863-1865. Transcripts of letters written by a member of Co.I, 55th Georgia Regiment, while a prisoner at Johnson's Island.
MMS 397 - Woman's Christian Temperance Union (Hicksville)
Minutes, 1909-1917 Hicksville, Ohio Minute books of local temperance organization.
MMS 322 - Lizzie Marrot Diary
Diary, 1891-1892 Hudson, Ohio Diary of a 17-year old girl, with emphasis on school and social life in Hudson, Ohio
MMS 191 - Toledo Bowling Green & Southern Traction Co.
List of Former Employees, ca. 1936 Names of former and deceased employees of the TBG&S Traction Company, compiled about 1936.
MMS 168 - Ellen Aultman Diary
Diary, 1901-1902 Scotch Ridge, Ohio Typescript and handwritten photocopy of the diary documenting a farm family in Scotch Ridge, Ohio
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 364 - Josephine Suter Kronfield WAVES Scrapbook
Although women had served ably during World War I, mostly as clerical staff, legislation passed after the war had prohibited women from joining the military. With the coming of the Second World War, it was clear that women's skills were needed again. In July 1942, President Roosevelt signed the law…