Spanish-American War, 1898
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection consists of scrapbooks compiled by Mrs. Arrowood. The scrapbooks consist of pamphlets, newspaper clippings, letters, photographs, and notes made by Mrs. Arrowood.
Scope and Content This collection contains letters addressed to Elizabeth Venable of Georgia from Charles D. Sigsbee, Captain of the U.S.S. Maine when it exploded in a harbor in Havana, Cuba in 1898. The letters concern the U.S.S. Maine and other topics.
Scope and Content This collection consists of photocopies of art by Adelaide Everhart, family bibles, books, bookplates, brochures, certificates, clippings, correspondence, employment assignments, employment records, genealogy, government records, house records, memos, a receipt, patent records, military records, and school materials. There are four books, including one unpublished work displaying Lucile Bell's interior designs. One published journal contains an essay written by George Everhart in 1950 about...
Dates: 1860-2004, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains a letter from Mrs. W. T. Atkinson to Harry Schlesinger, an invitation to the Atlanta Juvenile Banquet at the Kimball House celebrating the outcome of the Spanish-American War, and two newspaper clippings.
Scope and Content This collection contains newspapers that document important historic events and aspects of local, national, and international news. The collection focuses on the following subjects: the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, and special events such as the Civil War Centennial.
Scope and Content These papers consist of James C. Rather's Honorable Discharge from Co. E., 3rd Regiment Georgia Volunteers and his applications for a pension.
Dates: 1898, 1927
Scope and Content This collection contains items salvaged from one page of a scrapbook.
Scope and Content This collection contains transcriptions of eleven speeches made by President William McKinley in Georgia, Alabama, and Virginia. The speeches in Atlanta were given during a visit in mid-December 1898. Topics included care of disabled soldiers, and sectional unification of the country in the aftermath of the Spanish-American war.