Hand-drawn map of the territory between Nashville and Murfreesboro from the Engineer office in Murfreesboro. The map was drawn by C. Meister and appears to be addressed to General Pegram, Command Cavalry.
William Strickland's watercolor drawing of the fortress of Radicofani, and the surrounding Tuscan countryside. A small house and a village are shown in the sketch. Strickland provides a handwritten description of the scene.
Tintype of Henry Jenks and an unidentified individual. Jenks and a friend escaped (dug out) from Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia, and made it safely back to Union territory to rejoin their regiments.