Edward Owings Guerrant : papers, 1858-1915.

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Guerrant, Edward O. (Edward Owings), 1838-1916. Edward Owings Guerrant : papers, 1858-1915.

Edward Owings Guerrant : papers, 1858-1915.

Papers concern his service in the Confederate Army under Generals Humphrey Marshall and John Hunt Morgan; his proposed memoirs of campaigns in which he took part; his contribution to the Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal; medical practice with Dr. J.A. Hannah; Bellewood Female Seminary; Kentucky Presbyterian Normal School at Anchorage; the Presbyterian Church at Louisville and Maysville, Kentucky; evangelical work; the Confederate Veteran Association of Kentucky; and a monument to the memory of General John Hunt Morgan. Also included are accounts, 1867-1896; miscellaneous papers, 1868-1884; miscellaneous printed material, including a broadside issued by General Edmund Kirby Smith while in Kentucky in 1862; a small group of General Humphrey Marshall's papers regarding his campaign in eastern Kentucky; and papers of Guerrant's father concerning his medical practice and temperance. Correspondents include Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, James Longstreet, Henry Giltner, Richard H. Collins, Gen. Humphrey Marshall, Dr. E.S. Gaillard, Adolphus P. Young, Bennett H. Young, Daniel P. Young, Reverend Jerry Witherspoon, J.V. Escott, James K. Lemon, H.T. Pollard, Zachary F. Smith, Walter N. Haldeman, Humphrey Marshall, Jr., Judge Emmet Field, John Boyd, General Basil W. Duke, Augustus E. Willson, E. Polk Johnson, Gen. John B. Castleman, and others.

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