Farmer Family Papers 1860-1921.
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      Title
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George E. Farmer   
Scope: Civil War correspondence and related items.


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Correspondence
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(3 items, 9 pp)
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(17 items, 44 pp)
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(19 items, 64 pp)
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(15 items, 70 pp)
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(15 items, 63 pp)
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(17 items, 60 pp)
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(18 items, 59 pp)
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(17 items, 52 pp)
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(7 items, 22 pp)
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Genealogy of the Farmer family (1 item, 4 pp., Auto draft)
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Miscellany relating to Farmer
 
A list of military stances. Auto draft. (1 item, 2 pp)
 
Confederate Army attendance sheet [blank]. With the auto notation "Taken from the saddle bags of Capt. Miller 9th Va. Cavalry killed near Spotsylvania Court House April 30, 1863." (1 item, 2 pp)
 
A special army pass for George E. Farmer (1 item, 1 p)
 
Pleasonton, Alfred to [Soldiers]. Printed letter. (1 item, 1 p)
 
Devin, Thomas C. to Soldiers. Printed letter. (1 item, 3 pp)
 
Draft of remarks delivered by George E. Farmer at a reunion of the Officers Association, 6th New York Veteran Calvary. Auto draft. (1 item, 4 pp)
 
Photographs of George E. Farmer [?] and others including one of a memorial plaque to the 6th Reg't Cavalry, N.Y.S.V.V. (10 items)
 
Newspaper clippings. Civil War battle accounts and George E. Farmer obituaries. (7 items)
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Farmer Family Correspondence and Miscellany
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Correspondence
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(13 items, 11 envelopes, 48 pp)
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(15 items, 13 envelopes, 71 pp)
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(3 items, 1 envelope, 3 pp)
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Miscellany
 
Calling card of Charles N. Morgan with address (1 item)
 
Pension certificate from the U.S. Government for Elizabeth W. Morgan, widow of Lyman G. Morgan. (1 item)
 
Anon. The bronze button [patriotic poem]. Printed version. (1 item, 2 pp)
 
Anon. Tribute to Commander George E. Dewey. Delivered to Dix Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. Ts[c] (1 item, 1 p)
 
Two photographs, one of Walter R. Vail and one of Thomas [?] Smythe. (2 items)