Charles K. Macniff Papers
|Title:||Charles K. Macniff Papers|
|Call Number:||MS 87-07|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Purchased from Leslie Hindman Auction, Chicago|
|Processed By:||LTM, 9-23-1986; JEF, 12-22-1997; MN, 10-2008|
|Note:||Digital collection, Charles K. Macniff Papers|
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The Charles K. Macniff Collection contains letters written by Macniff to his sisters and other family members while he was a corporal in Company B, 20th Regiment New York State Volunteers. They were written while he was in Northern Virginia and surrounding areas during the years 1861-1864. There are other letters in the collection that are written by family members or friends of Macniff during this same time period. These letters give us clues of what it was like to be a Union soldier during the U.S. Civil War.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||FF 1||Contains letters written by Charles K. Macniff of Company B, 20th Regiment New York State Volunteers, to his family during 1862 while he was stationed at Fredericksburg, Virginia.|
|Box 1||FF 2||Contains letters written by Charles K. Macniff to his sisters while on campaign with the Union Army in Virginia during 1863-1864.|
|Box 1||FF 3||Contains letters written by William H. Lawrence, a Union soldier from New York, to his father Levi Lawrence during 1862.|
|Box 1||FF 4||Contains letters written to "Frank" from various individuals during the Civil War.|
|Box 1||FF 5||Contains miscellaneous letters by unknown authors to unknown addresses.|
|Box 1||FF 6||Detailed description of the letters in FF 1-5.|