United States. Army
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The Allen D. Albert photograph collection includes images of Dr. Albert, his wife, and extended family dating back several generations. The collection is also useful for the number of images that document wartime activities at the premiere Infantry School, Fort Benning, in Columbus, GA. The remaining photographs consist of images of Dr. Albert at events sponsored by various organizations to which he belonged.
Scope and Content This collection consists of one journal of the Augusta Arsenal. Under the Unites States, the ledger includes an account of the early tarriffs on various goods, wages for camp people, including the wash women, budget of the post treasury, furloughs of soldiers, post orders, and other information about the general operating of the arsenal. Under the Confederacy, the ledger was used to keep inventory of the tools and contents at the arsenal including the Carriage Shop, the Carpenter Shop, the...
Scope and Content This collection contains papers and books belongong to General Marion Williamson. Included are three Georgia National Guard Annuals; a 1939 national Guard Register; an army Staff Officer's Field Manual; a Georgia statistical register; and a U.S. Army Register of Retired Personnel. Awards and certificates received during his college years, military career, and his career in the Georgia Department of Labor. Also included is a P.O.W. tag from 1942 from a German prisoner. A tape of an oral history...
Scope and Content This collection contains fifty-two special field orders (SFOs) handwritten by General Sherman from the 1864 Atlanta Campaign of the Civil War. The bulk of these orders pertain to troop movements of the Military Division of the Mississippi (Union) as it moved through northern Georgia en route to Atlanta. Also contained herein are special instructions for railroad destruction (Sherman's "neckties"), proper placement of military hospitals, treatment of "stragglers and skulkers," the occupation...
Scope and Content This collection consist of one narrative, written by Richard Feron Floyd, who was the Commander of Glynn and Camden Volunteers. It regards the Mounted Volunteers from Glynn County and Camden County, Georgia, who assembled at St. Marys on January 22, 1836 and marched to Fort Drane, Florida, under the command of Capt. Robertson to offer their services to Colonel Clinch. The piece documents the movement of the volunteers and the refusal of payment for their services.
Scope and Content This collection consists of papers related to Henry Burr Green's life and family. Documents related to his military service and real estate career comprise the largest portion of the collection. The papers cover multiple facets of Green's life including his long-term involvement in the Presbyterian Church, his membership in multiple fraternities while attending Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University), and his extensive involvement with the real estate community (1946-1987). Due to...
Scope and Content This collection contains two letters written by Ivan Allen Jr. to the Reinsch family just before the Atlanta mayoral election in 1961. It also includes a certificate of appreciation given to Allen's son, Ivan Allen III, on behalf of the Association of the United States Army.
Dates: 1961, 1981
Scope and Content This collection consists of a certificate appointing John B. Barnes to lieutenant in the 1st Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers, signed by United States President John Adams.
Dates: 1801 February 20
Scope and Content This collection contains military related materials regarding the service of Dr. Joseph S. Skobba. Included are a leave record, a pay data card, an identification card, and a laboratory test.
Scope and Content The collection contains material pertaining to the cases in which Wallace served as judge advocate (trial correspondence and proceedings), materials relating to Wallace's Marine service, including payrolls, notice of relief from active duty, home address roster of staff officers, Marine dance invitation, etc., drafts of the historical monograph, The New Britain Campaign, personal items relating to business, notes on the trials at which he served, letters to...
Dates: 1922-1952, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains a regimental roster of the Seventeenth Engineers and newspaper clippings.
Scope and Content This collection contains copies of articles from scientific journals, newspaper clippings, awards, newsletters, and correspondence. There is also a pamphlet written by Davison titled Self-Examination of the Breast by Women. Included in the collection are a scrapbook of articles on the Tenth Southern Surgical Congress (1939) as well as Margaret Block's programs.
Dates: 1899-1983, undated; Majority of material found within 1906 - 1953
Scope and Content Most of this collection contains Allen's academic materials from his education at the Institute of Applied Science, specifically his studies on fingerprint analysis. Materials include Allen's handwritten notes, a letter from instructor T. G. Cooke, a series of examination sheets, several pages of newspaper clippings, and Allen's class binder. This collection also contains several materials concerning civilian defense during World War II, informative pamphlets from the Office of Civilian...
Dates: 1941-1942, undated