Olin Norwood collection, 1621-1945.

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Norwood, Olin. Olin Norwood collection, 1621-1945.

Olin Norwood collection, 1621-1945.

Correspondence, military orders, clippings, legal papers, official documents, research papers, notes and pictures. Many important figures in history are mentioned in the materials of this collection. Some of these people are: William Croswell, Henry Howe, Dwight D. Eisenhower, George Cockburn, Frederick Tennyson, Gideon Ernst, Louis XVIII, Jean Fracois Marmontel and Napoleon Bonaparte. As well, the collection contains a discussion of source material on the history of the Confederate States, and other research by Olin Norwood.

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Howe, Henry, 1816-1893

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