Confederate States of America -- Equipment and supplies
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains financial records relating to the Lambert family in Georgia. Included is a mortgage executed in Clayton County from G. H. Harper to J. F. Lambert; receipts for purchase of mules, rents, debts, taxes, and other commodities; a "Pension for Confederate Soldiers" issued to J. F. Lambert; printed sales receipt form by J. M. Johnson, MD for selling rights to "Economizing Soap," in East Point, Georgia. Also included are laminated photocopies of a purchase order for 4500 pounds...
Scope and Content This collection consists of records from Ray's military, legal, and political career. Materials include telegrams articulating his posts and duties as a Confederate soldier, and later his activities with veteran affairs. Of particular interest is a telegram sent to President Franklin Roosevelt in gratitude for funding the erection of Confederate tombstones for prisoners of war. In addition, Ray collected southeastern railroad passes, railroad advertisements, and letters regarding the...
Dates: 1866-1939, undated
Scope and Content This collection consists of a legal document in which William B. Robinson of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, appoints John M. Boving as his attorney to act on his behalf to investigate the seizure, cutting and taking, of his timber from land belonging to him in the neighborhood of Atlanta and prosecute the responsible party which was the Confederate States of America.
Dates: 1864 March 11