Three-page letter describes a plane crash on Vung Chua that killed eight South Korean officers. (The plane, still visible on the mountain, and a nearby monument are pictured in Ammons's photos.) No one knows why the plane was so far from the Qui...
Three separate ink design drawings contained on one piece of coated fabric that relay sectioning, framing, and elevation in depicting proposed gates and stone fencing for the Chattanooga Cemetery. Scale is 1/2 inch to 1 foot.
Confederate Park in Memphis with a view of the Mississippi River in the background. The American flag can be seen flying over a building in the park, and the prow of a steamship is visible on the riverbank at the left side of the image.
Letter from Assistant Adjutant General W. T. Clarke from the War Department, Office of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Land, concerning the terms of returning the home of J. E. Bailey to its owner after the army used it as a hospital.
Report of expenses incurred on account of cemeteries and exhuming and reinterring the remains of deceased Federal soldiers by Brevet Major W. A. Wainwright, Captain Assistant Quartermaster. Includes total of $50,169.95 with $14,654.33 still...
Contract between Castor Sawyer of Williamson County (Tenn.) and Freeman Green in which Sawyer agreed to furnish land to Green for cultivation while Green is obligated to give Sawyer one-third of his agricultural output.
Cover depicts Lady Liberty standing boldly in a harbor with her left foot on wrapped coils of gunpowder encased around an axe. The American Eagle is shown to her right rear and tall ships can be seen in the harbor. Color.