American Civil War
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Alexander Hoff Papers
Contains correspondence, drawings, photographs, and background documents on Hoff's military service during the Civil War.
Confederate States of America Hospital Memoranda
A variety of completed forms related to Confederate hospitals and medical service. Includes information from Georgia locations including Andersonville, Atlanta, Covington, Griffin, Newnan, and Vineville.
George Miller Sternberg Papers
Contains correspondence, documents, certificates, and printed matter. Correspondence consists chiefly of congratulatory letters on becoming Surgeon General, acknowledgments for reprints, and letters from senators and congressmen pertaining to promotion to grade of major general. Printed matter consists of book reviews and information relating to inventions of Sternberg.
Henkel Family Papers
Letters document several generations of the Henkel family of Virginia, four members of which were physicians, three of whom participated in the Civil War.
John E. Gillespie Papers
Comprises a medical journal kept aboard the U.S.S. Mohican, and related materials.
Jonathan Letterman Correspondence and Diary
Telegraph transcripts of military orders and directives sent and received by Letterman during his Civil War service. The diaries describe a trip from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Union, N.M. and back. Evidence indicates that the diary was not kept by Letterman.
Noah H. Hart Correspondence and Diary
Contains Hart's letters to his wife sent from the South during the Civil War. Diary was kept in 1863-1864.
Organization and personnel of the Medical Department of the Confederacy : holograph / C.G. Toepper
An apparently unpublished holographic essay. Pages 131-141 are a listing of medical officers serving with the Confederate Army.
U.S. Surgeon-General's Office medical history of the departments of the Ohio and the Cumberland during the year 1862
General medical history, also containing case reports for John Stanton, Tobias Duell, Henry Fay, Henry Thorncroft, Baylor H. Thinell and Marvin Garrison, all of whom died by disease in October 1862 at general hospital no. 6 in Nashville, or general hospital no. 14.
U.S. Surgeon-General's Office medical report of the Second Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg
Seventeen-page report from Justin Dwinell, surgeon in charge of the Second Corps hospital at Gettysburg, and A. W. Laugherty medical director of the Second Corps.