Col. Walter H. Taylor papers, 1810-1916 [microform].


Taylor, Walter H. (Walter Heron), 1838-1916. Col. Walter H. Taylor papers, 1810-1916 [microform].

Col. Walter H. Taylor papers, 1810-1916 [microform].

Includes Col. Taylor's personal papers, general and Civil War correspondence and scrapbooks. Reel 1: Includes personal correspondence (1854-1865). Reel 2: Includes general correspondence (1864-1915), Civil War correspondence (1875-1908) as well as Saunders family correspondence, Sally Tompkins correspondence (1896-1909). Reel 3: Includes correspondence with confederate officers, especially with Robert E. Lee, accounts of supplies brought by Robert E. Lee, and his staff, newspaper clippings and printed literature on Robert E. Lee. Reel 4: Includes accounts and correspondence re: Taylor's published works. Reel 5: Includes accounts, licences, receipts, Church records and church financial expenses of Christ Church in Norfolk, Virginia and St. John's Church (Episcopal), obituaries and telegrams of sympathy on Col. Taylor's death in 1916, and the Cowdery family papers (1852-1898).

5 reels.

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