Patent medicines; Pamphlets; Leaflets; Government officials; Advertising; Promotional materials
Brochure advertising a patent medicine named "Taylor's Cherokee Remedy." Included in the booklet are line drawings of major Confederate figures, including Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson. Also included are several poems and...
"The Capture of Clarksville, Tennessee" shows a map and is numbered 9297. Other articles include "The Rebel Fort Donelson" and "Additional Details of the Battle." Both are dated Monday, February 17, 1862.
$500 Confederate bond: "Two years after the Ratification of a Treaty between the Confederate States & United States the C.S.A. will pay to the bearer on demand $500." Handed down in the family from Sherman Blair.
Letter to Cleopatra Robinson from her husband, Tom H. M. Hunter, regarding updates on what has been happening to him during the war. He mentions that his regiment is on duty in Atlanta, policing the town.