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1 Title:   Lt. H. C. Baldwin copybook  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Baldwin, Herbert C.  
  Dates:   1866, 1897  
The collection consists of one copybook kept by Lieutenant H. C. Baldwin, containing financial ledgers and account, drafts of correspondence, and legal documents, many from the Town of Beacon Falls. Included is a testimony in a dispute between a man named James L. Howell and two freed slaves in Dahlonega, Georgia. The collection also includes a letter (written on the reverse side of a document with header: Form of application for, and order of commital of indigent insane persons, and insane paupers to the Conn. Hospital for the Insane) concerning a debt owed to Baldwin.
  Identifier:   ms2749  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   George Wagner papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Wagner, George, 1841-1906  
  Dates:   1862-1868  
The collection consists of papers of George Wagner from 1862-1868 and includes diaries, correspondence, official reports, and military documents. The bulk of the material pertains to Wagner's service in the Veteran Reserve Corps with the Freedman's Bureau in Georgia from 1866-1868. Written during this period, the diaries describe Wagner's daily duties as an officer with the Bureau, political activities in Georgia during Reconstruction, and problems between the freedmen and whites. The collection also includes monthly reports sent from Americus, Columbus, and Griffin, Georgia by Wagner to Bureau headquarters in Washington, D.C. detailing supplies and clothing issued to Freedman. Additional materials pertain to Wagner's service with the 110th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, the Invalid Corps, and the Indiana Confederate prison, Camp Morton.
  Identifier:   ms895  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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