Guide to the William Rufus Shafter Papers

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Guide to the William Rufus Shafter Papers

Collection number: M0072

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California
Processed by:
Special Collections staff
Date Completed:
1998
Encoded by:
Steve Mandeville-Gamble and Bill O'Hanlon
© 2008 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: William Rufus Shafter papers
Dates: 1862-1945
Bulk Dates: 1862-1904
Collection number: M0072
Creator: Shafter, William Rufus, 1835-1906
Collection Size: 4 linear feet
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Abstract: The Shafter Collection represents the papers and other materials assembled by General William R. Shafter during his many years of military service. As might be expected, the Collection includes personal and official correspondence, military papers (orders, reports, rosters, etc.), broadsides, maps, cartoons, photographs, miscellaneous printed material, and newspaper clippings. Correspondence composes approximately eighty percent of the Collection, the majority of which concerns the period from 1862 to 1994. In addition, a small collection of materials assembled by Shafter's son-in-law, William H. McKittrick, has been added to the basic Shafter Collection.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Collection is open for research; materials must be requested at least 24 hours in advance of intended use.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Preferred Citation

William Rufus Shafter papers, M0072. Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Acquisition Information

Purchased from Stewart Edward White, of Burlingame, executor of the William H. McKittrick estate, 1938.

Custodial History

Upon Shafter's death his papers passed into the possession of Mr. and Mrs. William H. McKittrick. Mrs. McKittrick was the former Mary Shafter.

Acknowledgements

This pamphlet and the microfilm edition of the William R. Shafter Papers were made possible by a grant of funds from the National Historical Publications Commission to the Manuscripts Division of the Stanford University Libraries.

Introduction

The papers of William Rufus Shafter have been the subject of much interest and inquiry since they were reported in The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections several years ago. The career of this important, though relatively unknown, United States military officer of the last half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries is covered by personal correspondence, official documents, and assorted ephemera.
The biographical sketch, scope note, and roll notes in this pamphlet detail the contents of the Collection, as well as highlight the significant steps in Shafter's career. It is quickly evident why researchers working on a variety of subjects have expressed interest in this collection; the rich research potential of the William Rufus Shafter Papers has barely been tapped, and there is no definitive biography of this important American military figure.
Manuscripts and archival collections are the laboratory of the humanities. They provide the basic tools with which the historical or literary researcher may advance, prove, or disprove theories, and add to, modify, or correct previously accepted interpretations of factual evidence. Unlike the basic elements used in a scientific laboratory, these fundamentals of the humanities are very rare, often one of a kind. The good researcher must travel to the location of the original documents, or acquire copies when possible.
The National Historical Publications Commission has recognized this problem and, through its microfilm and letterpress publication programs, has made possible wider dissemination of such essential research collections. The Stanford University Libraries have been able, with the aid and encouragement of this organization, to add the personal papers of General William Rufus Shafter to the growing pool of historical information now available on microfilm.
It would be impossible, in the space allotted, to mention all those who have assisted this project over its various stages with good counsel and considerable effort. Some do, however, deserve very special credit: Lynn M. Jiménez, Editor, and Marjorie Dobbs, Production Assistant of the project staff; Fred Shelley, Deputy Director of the National Historical Publications Commission; Colonel George Pappas, U.S.A., Retired; Michele Leiser of the Manuscripts Division; the staff of the Department of Special Collections and the Director's Office of the Stanford University Libraries; Herb Larson and Mike West of the Mark Larwood Company; Brian Russell, microphotographer; and the Stanford University Press. To these and the many others who have contributed to the successful completion of the microfilm edition of the William Rufus Shafter Papers, I express my sincere gratitude and thanks.
Patricia J. Palmer
Project Director

Biography / Administrative History

William Rufus Shafter, born on October 16, 1835, at Galesburg, was said to have been the first white male born in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. His father, Hugh Morris Shafter, came to what was then the frontier from Windsor, Vermont, and built his future home, a log cabin. He returned to Vermont to marry Eliza Sumner of Massachusetts. The newly married couple then proceeded to Michigan and to their small farm.
When he was not helping his father on the farm, Shafter attended common school in Galesburg. Anxious for further education, he began teaching in 1856. Eventually he attended Prairie Seminary in Richland County, where in 1861 he learned of the outbreak of the Civil War. He promptly enlisted in the Union Army for three years.
On August 22, 1861, Shafter was appointed a First Lieutenant of the Seventh Michigan Infantry, a regiment which served a year with the Army of the Potomac and saw action at Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, West Point, and Savage Station. At the age of twenty-six, he was promoted to a Major in the Nineteenth Michigan Infantry. It was with this regiment that, after a fierce struggle, he was taken prisoner at Thompson's Station on March 5, 1863. Shafter was exchanged that May, and by June of 1863 was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the Seventeenth U.S. Colored Infantry. He remained with this unit for the duration of the Civil War, leading them through the battles before Nashville on December 15-16, 1864. After the surrender at Appomattox, Lieutenant Colonel Shafter received the Brevet of Brigadier General, U.S. Volunteers for gallant and meritorious service. Upon the reorganization of the U.S. Army he was mustered out of service on November 2, 1866.
Shafter had impressed his commanding officers throughout the War. They described him as brave, gallant, prompt, intelligent, and a good disciplinarian. Due to his outstanding record, he received many strong recommendations for permanent appointment in the reorganized army. Unlike many officers who passed from the temporary to the permanent establishment of the army at the end of the war, Shafter spent no time in civilian life.
His first appointment in the U.S. Army was that of Lieutenant Colonel of the Forty-first U.S. Infantry on July 28, 1866. Three years later, he was assigned to the Twenty-fourth U.S. Colored Infantry, with which he served ten years. For the most part, those years were spent on the Mexican frontier. There, he was relatively successful in controlling marauding bands of Indians and Mexican bandits. It was during this period that Shafter received the appellation Pecos Bill for leading his hungry and thirsty command to the Pecos River in Texas.
In 1879, Shafter was promoted to Colonel of the First U.S. Infantry, a position he held for nearly eighteen years. From 1879 he commanded his regiment in Dakota, Texas, and Arizona, was Superintendent of the Recruiting Service in New York, and again commanded his unit in Arizona, California, and South Dakota. Shafter was post commandant at Angel Island from 1891 to 1897, except for a period in 1894, when he led a battalion against strikers in Los Angeles and Santa Monica.
For his most distinguished gallantry in action at the battle of Fair Oaks, Virginia, May 31, 1862, Shafter received the Congressional Medal of Honor. This decoration, given in 1895, brought him to the attention of high-ranking officers in Washington.
President McKinley acknowledged his rank and record by commissioning him Brigadier General on May 3, 1897. The Senate promptly confirmed his appointment, and Shafter became commander of the Department of California, assigned to the same station where he had so long been post commander.
Shafter's call to fame came with the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. He was commissioned Major General of Volunteers and placed in command of an expeditionary force. After a month's delay awaiting final orders, the expedition embarked for Santiago de Cuba on June 12, 1898. The troops landed June 22. By the seventeenth of July, the Spanish forces had capitulated to Shafter's Fifth Army.
During the armistice which preceded the final surrender of the Spaniards, the health of the American troops was severely impaired by malaria, yellow fever, and unsanitary conditions in the field. Though his campaign was successful, Shafter faced sharp criticism from the public and the press for conditions over which he had no control.
Despite the outcry following the return of the troops, Shafter's reputation remained intact. He returned to his regular army rank of Brigadier General and assumed command of the Department of California at San Francisco. He retained this post until October 16, 1899, at which time he was retired from active service. However, as a gesture of respect, the President allowed him to continue in this command under his volunteer rank of Major General until June 30, 1901.
After his final retirement Shafter moved to Bakersfield, California, where he lived with his daughter, Mary, and her husband, W. H. McKitterick, his wife, Harriet, having died in 1898. Throughout his residence in California, Shafter maintained old friendships and remained active in veterans' organizations such as the Grand Army of the Republic, and the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba.
On November 12, 1906, William R. Shafter succumbed to pneumonia. He was buried with military honors at the Presidio of San Francisco in the presence of many distinguished individuals. Although after his death, Shafter's memory faded quickly from public consciousness, history has preserved the relative value of his achievements.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Shafter Collection represents the papers and other materials assembled by General William R. Shafter during his many years of military service. As might be expected, the Collection includes personal and official correspondence, military papers (orders, reports, rosters, etc.), broadsides, maps, cartoons, photographs, miscellaneous printed material, and newspaper clippings. Correspondence composes approximately eighty percent of the Collection, the majority of which concerns the period from 1862 to 1994. In addition, a small collection of materials assembled by Shafter's son-in-law, William H. McKittrick, has been added to the basic Shafter Collection.
The Shafter Papers are of value to the student of American history. Two particular groups of papers merit special emphasis: those relating to the expeditions to counter Indian and Mexican bandits in the southwest following the Civil War, and those concerned with the Spanish-American War of 1898. Shafter's participation in the activities in the southwestern United States reflects the difficulties faced by an American border command charged with trying to control elusive marauders, as well as the sensitive political situation in which that command had to discharge its duties. The Spanish War materials include copies of official orders and correspondence prepared by Shafter during the Santiago Campaign as well as papers relating to the peace negotiations. Included are comments concerning not only the actual conduct of military affairs, but also the political and social attitudes toward the Army, the Spanish, and the Cuban allies of the United States.
The Shafter Papers provide a valuable and illuminating insight into the career and character of an historically important individual who is relatively unknown today. Although a biography of William R. Shafter has yet to be written, his papers and personal files provide an intimate review of the man and the times in which he lived.

Shafter Materials in Other Repositories

As located in the National Union Catalogue of Manuscript Collections and the List of Record Groups of the National Archives and Records Service
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
MS64-769 Henry C. Corbin Papers
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Michigan Historical Collection MS 1363 Military Topics
MS 65-475 John Patton Papers
WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS LIBRARY MS 60-1433 Russell A. Alger Papers
NATIONAL ARCHIVES
94 NNMO Adjutant General's Office, 1780's-1917
108 NNMO Army, Headquarters of the
395 NNMO Army Continental Commands, United States, 1821-1920
192 NNG Commissary General of Subsistance, Office of
140 NNFN Cuba, Military Government of
199 NNFN Cuba, Provisional Government of
77 NNMO Engineers, Office of the Chief of
153 NNMO Judge Advocate General (Army), Office of the
99 NNG Paymaster General, Office of the
92 NNMO Quartermaster General, Office of the
112 NNMO Records of the Office of the Surgeon General (Army)
50 NNFL Records of the Treasurer of the United States
15 NNMO Records of the Veterans Administration
111 NNMO Signal Officer, Office of the Chief
107 NNMO War, Office of the Secretary
Further information on Shafter can be found with the aid of National Archives Microfilm Publications and Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the United States Army Command, 1-4 (Record Group 393). See especially records of the Department of Texas, the East, Pacific, and the Dakotas. There are also a variety of records extant at particular posts where Shafter was stationed. Another extremely helpful research tool is The US Army and the Spanish-American War Era, 1895-1910 (Special Bibliographic Series Number 9 of the U.S. Army Military History Research Collection published at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania). This work by Thomas E. Kelly is a listing of only those materials physically included in the U.S. Army Military History Research Collection at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.

Publications included in the Shafter Collection

Beyer, W. F., and O. F. Keydel (Eds.), Though Wounded, Remained at His Post. Deeds of Valor No. 2. Detroit: The Perrien-Keydel Publishing Co., 1900. Roll VI, Folder 65.
Hale, Edward E. (Ed.), The Capture of Havana in 1762 by the Forces of George III. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Cooperative Printing Society, 1898. This is now deposited in the Special Collections Department of Stanford University.
Humphrey, C. F., Colonel, Expedition to Santiago under the Command of William R. Shafter, U.S.V., Report to the Quartermaster General of the Army. Washington, D.C., 1898. Roll VI, Folder 65.
Norris, Frank, The Surrender of Santiago. San Francisco: Tomoye Press, 1917. This is now deposited in the Special Collections Department of Stanford University.
Parkhurst, C. D., Captain, The Artillery at Santiago. Journal 18 (Title of journal unknown), [1899?] pp. 137-192. Roll VI, Folder 65.
Report of the Commission Appointed by the President to Investigate the Conduct of the War Department in the War with Spain. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1899. Roll VI, Folder 65.
Report of the Santiago Battlefield Commission. Baltimore, Maryland: Press of John S. Bridges & Co., 1906. Roll VI, Folder 65.
Senn, Nicholas, M.D., A Thunder Storm Before Santiago de Cuba. Reprinted from the Ave Maria for April 15, 1899. Roll VI, Folder 65.
Shafter, William R., Major General, U.S.V., The Capture of Santiago, The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Vol. LVII, #4, February 1899, pp. 612-630. Roll VI, Folder 65.

Arrangement

While preparing the Shafter Papers for filming, a new method of organization was adopted. The Papers were placed in a chronological system arranged alphabetically within each day. Those items, such as photographs and drawings, that could not be included in a chronological framework were arranged by series. Whenever possible undated material was marked with an accurate date enclosed in brackets.
If exact dating was not possible, the documents were placed at the end of the appropriate month or year. A list of Shafter material in other repositories and a partial list of correspondents have been included in both the guide and the microfilm. An index of the Collection has been included only on the first roll of the microfilm.
Targets have been placed before documents to indicate a defective original, a duplicate, a fragment, or a folder number. Original documents have been placed before copies or translations. Enclosures follow the covering letter.
The microfilm edition of the Shafter Papers consists of seven rolls of film and represents five thousand items or 3 linear feet. It has been microfilmed in accordance with the specifications of the Technical Standards for Microfilm Documentary Publication Projects prepared by the National Historical Publications Commission. The reduction ratio in most cases is 15:1. Exceptions to the standard ratio have been indicated by targets.

Abbreviations

  • A.A.G. Assistant Adjutant General
  • Act. Acting
  • A.D.C. Aide-de-Camp
  • A.G. Adjutant General
  • Asst. Assistant
  • Brig.Gen. Brigadier General
  • Bvt. Brevet
  • Capt. Captain
  • Col. Colonel
  • C.S.A. Confederate States Army
  • D.A.R. Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Dept. Department
  • G.A.R. Grand Army of the Republic
  • Gen. General
  • Gov. Governor
  • Hdq. Headquarters
  • I.G. Inspector General
  • Lt. Lieutenant
  • Maj. Major
  • Mex. Mexico
  • R.R. Railroad
  • S.A.R. Sons of the American Revolution
  • Sect. Secretary
  • Sgt. Sergeant
  • Sp. Spanish
  • Surg. Surgeon
  • U.S. United States
  • U.S.A. United States Army
  • U.S.N. United States Navy
  • U.S.V. United States Volunteers
  • Vol(s). Volunteer(s)

Index

Alger, Russell Alexander, Sect. of War: Roll I: Folder 8, Folder 9, Folder 10, Folder 11; Roll II: Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18; Roll III: Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29, Folder 30; Roll IV: Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39, Folder 40; Roll V: Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45; Roll VI: Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 54, Folder 55, Folder 57
Alicante (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41
Allegheny (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52
Allen, James Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 11 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 23
Allen, Henry T. Maj. Roll III Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 30
Almirante Oquenda (Spanish Ship) Roll III Folder 22, Folder 25, Folder 26
Almy, William E. Lt., Aide Roll II Folder 12
Alsalti Chief, Mescaleros Roll I Folder 7
Alvarado (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 31
American Consul at Santiago Consul Holliday Roll VI Folder 54
American Red Cross Society Roll II Folder 11 Roll III Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 56
American Red Cross Relief Station, Long Island Roll V Folder 47
Ames, Adelbert Brig. Gen. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 45
Ames, Elwin W. Lt., Asst. Surg. Roll VI Folder 49
Anderson, [?] Commander Royal Swedish Navy Roll VI Folder 52
Anderson, Edward Capt., A. A. G. Roll VI Folder 49
Andrus, Frank B. Lt., Judge Advocate Roll II Folder 14
Annapolis (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll VI Folder 57
Apache (see Mescalero) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 7
Appel, Aaron H. Maj., Surg. Roll II Folder 17 Roll V Folder 47
Arappehos (Indians) Roll I Folder 2
Arcadia (U. S. Ship) Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43
Archbishop de Santiago de Cuba, Saenz de Urturi y Crespo Roll II Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37
Areola (Indian leader) Roll I Folder 4
Argonaut (Newspaper) Roll V Folder 45
Arias, Adolfo Lt., Sp. Army Roll III Folder 26
Arias Martinas, Isidros Capt. Sp. Army Roll III Folder 25
Arkansas (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 36 Roll VI Folder 52
Arizona, State of Roll I Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 53
Armas, Jose de New York Sun Correspondent Roll IV Folder 31
Armstrong, William Roll IV Folder 35
Armstrong, Frank Brig. Gen. Roll IV Folder 30
Army and Marine Hospital Roll V Folder 41
Army and Navy Christian Commission Roll VI Folder 56
The Army and Navy Journal Roll I Folder 8
Arnold, Abraham K. Brig. Gen. Vols. Roll II Folder 16
Articles of Capitulation Roll II Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 38
Ashurst, Henry Speaker of the House, Arizona Roll VI Folder 53
Associated Oil Company (of California) Roll VI Folder 55
Associated Press Roll II Folder 17 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
Astor, John Jacob Lt. Col., I. G. Vols. Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 52
Auger, Christopher C. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8
Auger, Jacob A. Maj., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Auman, William Maj. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Austin, Frederick C. Roll II Folder 15
Austria Roll II Folder 16
Ayers, Gordon Roll I Folder 1
Ayling, A. D. A. G. [?] Roll I Folder 8
Bailey, J. Murray G. A. R. Post 2 Roll V Folder 46
Baird, Absolom Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 57
Badger (U. S. Ship) Roll V Folder 43
Bailey, Banks, & Broole Roll VI Folder 53
Baker, Stephan Maj. Roll II Folder 12 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Baker, Chauncy B. Lt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 17
Bakersfield, California Roll II Folder 15 Roll III Folder 19 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 57
Baldwin, Theodore A. Lt. Col. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 49
Ballenillas, Don Aurelio Capt., Sp. Army Roll IV Folder 34
Balls Bluff, Battle of Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 57
Ballston Spa Roll IV Folder 31
Baltimore (U. S. Steamer) Roll V Folder 41
Bancroft (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Bandera, Quinton Gen., Cuban Forces Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 40
Baracoa, Cuba Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 18 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44
Barret, Eva H. E. Roll III Folder 27
Barrett, Gregory Capt. Roll V Folder 41
Barry, Thomas H. Roll I Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 33 Roll VI Folder 55
Bartlet, John R. Capt., U. S. N. Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23
Barton, Clara Red Cross Roll III Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 32 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43
Barton, George De Forest Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51
Batchelder, Nathan P. Capt. Roll VI Folder 54
Bates, Alfred E. Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 16
Bates, John C. Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 51, Folder 54
Bates, Mrs. [J. C.?] Roll I Folder 8
Bay State (Hospital Ship) Roll V Folder 44
Beach, William D. Maj. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Beacom, Edward S. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 7
Bedal, Sylvester S. Asst. Surg. Roll I Folder 7, Folder 8
Bell, Clark Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53
Bell, George Maj., Gen. Roll III Folder 21
Bell, George Jr. Capt. Roll IV Folder 31
Bell, Horace Roll VI Folder 53
Belknap, William W. Sect. of War, October 1869 - March 1876 Roll I Folder 5
Bellinger, John B. Capt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 20 Roll IV Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41
Benham, Daniel W. Col. Roll III Folder 23
Benyaurd, William H. H. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 15
Berkshire (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 52
Berlin (U. S. Steamer) Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47
Bessie (U. S. Steam Lighter) Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll VI Folder 57
Bierce, Ambrose Roll VI Folder 55
Bisbee, William H. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 47
Black, [William Murray] Lt. Col. Roll V Folder 43
Blacks, Citizenship Roll I Folder 1
Blair, Charles A. Govenor, Michigan Roll I Folder 1
Blanco, Ramón Capt., Gen., Sp. Army Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52
Bliss, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 10
Bloom, W. L. (see Scripps - McRae League) Roll II Folder 16
Bloomington Echo (Newspaper) Roll VI Folder 50
Bloxham, William D. Governor, Florida, 1881 - 1885 1897 - 1901 Roll II Folder 13 Roll VI Folder 52
Boer War Roll VI Folder 54
Bonnell, Edwin Roll I Folder 9
Booktown, Siege of Roll I Folder 1
Borrow, Hallot A. Capt. Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39
Borup, Henry D. Lt. Col. Roll IV Folder 40, Folder 41
Boston, Massachusetts Roll V Folder 46, Folder 47
Boswell, C. A. Judge, Hillsborough County, Florida Roll II Folder 14
Bowen, William S. Newsman Roll V Folder 41
Boyd, Orsemus B. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6
Boynton, Charles A. Newsman Roll VI Folder 54
Boynton, Henry M. Col. Roll III Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31 Roll VI Folder 51
Brady, Jasper E. Capt. Roll II Folder 17
Bravo, Nacarino Judge, Superior Court, Santiago Roll IV Folder 34
Bravo River Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2
Bravo, Sr. Manager, Bank of Spain Roll V Folder 41
Brant, Louis P. Capt. Roll II Folder 10, Folder 12
Breakwater (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 52
Breckenridge, Ethelbert L. D. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Breckinridge, Joseph C. Maj. Gen. Roll II Folder 18 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 54
Brett, Lloyd M. Capt. Roll III Folder 25 Roll V Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 57
Brice, Stewart M. Capt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 17 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54
British Consul Brooks, Ramsden, Mason Roll III Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54
Brooke, William Lt. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 17 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 48
Brooklyn (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22 Roll VI Folder 52
Brown, Fort Roll I Folder 2
Brown, Mrs. George Roll I Folder 8
Brown, Hugh G. Lt. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 5
Brown, Oscar J. Col. Roll II Folder 15
Bruguetas, Don Ricardo Ensign, Sp. Navy Roll V Folder 44
Bullis, John L. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7, Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 37
Bureau of Military Information, Washington Department Roll I Folder 9
Burnham, Austin A. Roll V Folder 58
Burr, Edward Capt. Roll III Folder 26, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 35
Burrows, Julius C. Senator, Michigan Roll I Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 54
Butcher's Corral Roll I Folder 5
Byram, George L. Lt. Roll III Folder 21
Cabanas, Cuba Roll III Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
Cabaniss, Archibald A. Lt. Roll II Folder 14 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 23, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 35
Cabreco, Juan Col., Sp. Army Roll III Folder 26, Folder 28
Cadiz, Fleet of Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23
Cadiz, Spain Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 39
Caimanera, Cuba Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44
Calef, John H. Maj. Roll V Folder 45
California, Department of Roll I Folder 8 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
California Historical Society Roll I Folder 9
California Supreme Court Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 57
Campbell, James E. Governor of Ohio 1890 - 1892 Roll V Folder 45
Canada Roll I Folder 8
Canby, James P. Paymaster Roll I Folder 1
Caney, Cuba Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 36
Canovas, Leon J. Newsman Roll II Folder 17
Capehart, Edward Lt., U. S. N. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32
Capitulation Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30
Capron, Allyn Capt. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 14 Roll III Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 31
Capron, Allyn K. Capt. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 51
Capron, Oliver Capt., 1777 Roll I Folder 8
Captain Sam (U. S. Tug) Roll II Folder 16
Carbaugh, Harvy C. Capt., A. G. Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 25, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Carpenter, Gilbert S. Lt. Col., Brig. Gen. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 50
Carpenter, Louis H. Brig. Gen., U. S. V. Roll II Folder 17
Carroll, Henry Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 23, Folder 26
Carter, Edward C. Maj., Surg. Roll V Folder 42
Carter, William H. Lt. Col., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 17 Roll IV Folder 33 Roll V Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 54
Carter, Thomas H. Senator, Montana, 1895 - 1901 Roll VI Folder 53
Cartwright, George S. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Casa Azul Roll III Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 32
Castellonae Sanchez, J. Roll I Folder 10
Castillo, D. Brig. Gen., Cuban Army Roll I Folder 10 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 24, Folder 28 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Castine (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll V Folder 52
Catania (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43
Cavadonga (Sp. Ship) Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 44
C. B. & O. Railroad Roll VII Folder 50
Cebreco, Juan P. Col., Cuban Army Roll III Folder 25
Censor, U. S. Fellows, Squires Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 43
Century Club of California Roll I Folder 9
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine Roll VI Folder 45, Folder 53, Folder 65
Cervera, Pascual Admiral, Sp. Naval Squadron Roll II Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 38 Roll V Folder 50 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
Cerreoso, Rudolfo Roll IV Folder 36 Roll V Folder 44
Chadwick, F. E. Capt., U. S. N. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 26, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 30
Chaffee, Adna R. Maj. Gen. Roll II Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 54
Champett, Mrs. J. W. Roll VI Folder 53
Champlin, Fred Roll V Folder 45
Chandler, L Roll I Folder 1
Chandler, William A. Capt. Roll III Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Chapin's Farm, Virginia Roll VI Folder 54
Charity, Sisters of Roll IV Folder 42
Charles, Oscar J. Capt. Roll IV Folder 37, Roll V Folder 43
Chase, George F. Capt. Roll IV Folder 39 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 48
Cheever, Benjamin H. Capt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14
Cherokee (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll VI Folder 52
Chester (U. S. Steamer) Roll V Folder 47
Chicago Herald (Newspaper) Roll I Folder 4
Chicago, Illinois Roll II Folder 17 Roll V Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
Chicago Peace Jubilee Roll VI Folder 51
Chicago Times (Newspaper) Roll I Folder 4
Chicago Tribune (Newspaper) Roll II Folder 16
Chicago World (Newspaper) Roll I Folder 5
Chicamauga, Georgia Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 57
Chihuahua, State of Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 7
Child, Perley A. Roll V Folder 45
Chipman, Jacob Roll VI Folder 53
Chinese Consul Roll III Folder 24
Church, James R. Maj., Asst. Surg. Roll IV Folder 37
Cibrico, [?] Col., Cuban Army Roll III Folder 24
Cienfuegos, Cuba Roll I Folder 9 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 42
Cincinnati, Ohio Roll I Folder 10, Folder 12 Roll VI Folder 51
Circular, Hdq. U. S. Forces, Fifth Army Corps, Camp Santiago de Cuba, July 15 - 24, 1898 Roll II Folder 11
Circular, Hdq. U. S. Forces, Fifth Army Corps, #1, 2, 3 Roll II Folder 11
Circular, Hdq. U. S. Forces, Fifth Army Corps, Montauk Point, Long Island, September 6 - 8, 1898 Roll II Folder 11
Circular, Hdq. U. S. Forces, Fifth Army Corps, Camp Wikoff, Long Island, September 9 - 23, 1898 Roll II Folder 11
Circular, Hdq. U. S. Forces, Tampa, Florida, #1, 2, 3 Roll II Folder 11
City of Mason (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42
City of Washington (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20 Roll IV Folder 31
Civil War Roll II Folder 13 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 55, Folder 56, Folder 57
Clark, [?] Col. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Clark, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Clark, George, L. Lt. Roll I Folder 1
Clark, Robert S. Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42
Clarke, Joseph T. Capt. Roll IV Folder 37
Clay, Evans H. Commissioner of Pensions Roll VI Folder 50
Cleeves, [?] Roll I Folder 3
Clinton, S. S. (U. S. Transport) Roll I Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 36, Folder 43
Clitz, Henry B. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 3
Coachman, W. F. Freight Agent Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 14
Coahuila, State of Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 7
Cobre, Cuba Roll III Folder 22, Folder 24, Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 43
Coburn, John Col., 1864 Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 57
Cochran, Melville A. Col. Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18
Coe, John N. Maj. Roll I Folder 12
Colbe, Pat Gustane Roll III Folder 22
Colby, A. M. Roll VI Folder 53
Cole, W. R. Roll V Folder 43
Cole, Edwin T. Lt. Roll III Folder 19, Folder 24
Collazo, Enrique Gen., Cuban Forces Roll II Folder 17
Colón (Spanish Ship) Roll III Folder 22, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 39
Colorado, Department of Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 53
Colored Regiments Roll I Folder 2 Roll II Folder 14, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31
Colored Troops, Organization of (see also Fourteenth, Seventeenth, and Fourty-fourth U. S. Colored Troops Roll I Folder 1 Roll IV Folder 32
Columbia, Department of Roll VI Folder 52 Folder 53, Folder 57
Columbia (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 27, Folder 29
Comal (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 21 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36 Roll VI Folder 52
Comanche (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43
Comba, Richard Col. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 45
Comillas, Marques Roll IV Folder 33
Commission for Articles of Capitulation Roll II Folder 29
Commission to Investigate the Conduct of the War Department in the War with Spain Roll VI Folder 51, Folder 53
Compagnie Française Des Cables Telegraphiques Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44
Concas, [?] Capt., Sp. Navy Roll VI Folder 57
Concho, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 6
Concho (U. S. Ship) Roll I Folder 2 Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 52
Condon, William H. Roll VI Folder 50
Conrad, Casper, H. Maj. Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Cook, Henry F. Roll V Folder 48
Cooke, William N. Roll I Folder 7
Coolidge, Charles A. Maj. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 25 Roll V Folder 46
Copperheads (California) Roll I Folder 1
Coppinger, John J. Maj. Gen. Roll III Folder 25 Roll V Folder 47
Coppini, Pompeo Roll VI Folder 57
Corbin, Henry C. Brig. Gen., A. G. Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 55, Folder 57
Corralillo, Cuba Roll III Folder 28
Court of the First Audiencia Roll V Folder 41
Cox, Mrs. M. Roll V Folder 45
Coxe, Mac Grane Roll V Folder 45
Crabbs, Joseph T. Quartermaster Roll VI Folder 51
Crane, H. M. Roll VI Folder 50
Crawford, John Roll I Folder 2
Crawford, William S. Roll I Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 7
Crowell, [?] Deputy U. S. Marshall Roll I Folder 5
Cuavitas, Cuba Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 34
Cuba, Eastern District of Roll VI Folder 50
Cuba Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 14, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 54, Folder 57
Cuban Submarine Company Roll III Folder 26
Cumberland, Department of Roll I Folder 1
Cumberland (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 38
Cumfert, Lucy Randall Roll I Folder 8
Custer, [Bethel M.?] [Capt.?] Roll I Folder 5
Cupell, William C. A. A. G., of the State of Massachusetts Roll V Folder 47
Cummins, Albert S. Capt. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll IV Folder 40
Cunningham, James A. Col. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 6
Custom House, Santiago Roll V Folder 44
Customs, Collector of - Tampa Roll II Folder 12
Cutler, Monte Newsman Roll II Folder 16
Daggett, Aaron S. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 37
Dahlgren, [?] Commander Naval Attache Norway and Sweden Roll VI Folder 52
Daiquiri, Cuba Roll I Folder 9 Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28 Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
Dakota, Department of Roll V Folder 45, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
Dana, Napoleon J. T. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 57
Daniels, William C. Maj. Roll VI Folder 31, Folder 37
Dapray, John A. Lt. Roll I Folder 10
Daugherty, M. J. Roll VI Folder 50
Davis, [?] Asst. to Commissary, Gen. of Subsistance Roll III Folder 26
Davis, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 5
Davis, Richard Harding Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 37 Roll VI Folder 50
Davis William Jr. Roll I Folder 4, Folder 6
Day, Frederick R. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Day, William R. Asst. Sect. of State Roll V Folder 42
Dean Dudly Roll IV Folder 40
Decatur (U. S. Ship) Roll VI Folder 52
Dee (British Steamer) Roll IV Folder 36
Delgado, [?] Insurgent Chief, Cuba Roll I Folder 10
Dention Hospital New York Roll V Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
Derby, George Mc. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35 Roll V Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 55
Detroit (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
De Vries, Marion Congress, California Roll VI Folder 53
Dewey, George Admiral, U. S. N. Roll IV Folder 35 Roll V Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53
de Young, Meichel H. Roll V Folder 41
D. H. Miller (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44
Diaz, Porfirio Gen., Mex. Army Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5
Dickenson, Don M. Roll I Folder 8
Dillenback, John W. Maj. Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 46
Dillmered, Agnes B. Roll V Folder 45
Dixon, Lulie Roll V Folder 45
Dodge, Francis, S. Maj. Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47
Dodge, Grenville M. Maj. Gen., President of Commission to Investigate the War Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51
Dodt, Helenus Capt., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Dolan, Michael Lt. Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6
Donaldson, James L. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2 Roll VI Folder 58
Donaldson, Walter A. Customs Collector Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44
Donovan, Edward Lt. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 6
Dorst, Joseph H. Capt. Roll I Folder 7, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 15 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 36, Folder 37
Dos Caminos del Cobre, Cuba Roll III Folder 24, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36
Downs, W. A. Lt. Col. Roll I Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 48
Dry Tortugas Roll II Folder 12 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 23
Duchess (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 29
Ducrot House, Cuba Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 36
Duffield, Henry M. Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 51
Dumont, John E Roll V Folder 45
Duncan, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Duncan, George B. Lt., A. A. G. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14
Durton (U. S. Steamer) Roll IV Folder 36
Dysentery Roll III Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46
Eagan, Charles P. Roll VI Folder 52
Eagle (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Earnshaw, William Chaplin Roll I Folder 1
East, Department of the Roll V Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 57
Ebstein, Frederick H. E. Capt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Egbert, Harry C. Capt., Col. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51
Eighth Cavalry Roll V Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 51
Eighth Infantry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
Eighth New York Volunteer Infantry Roll V Folder 46
Eighth Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roll III Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 49
Eighth Volunteer Signal Corps Roll V Folder 47
El Caney, Cuba Roll III Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
El Cubano (Cuban Newspaper) Roll VII Folder 77
El Espectador (Cuban Newspaper) Roll VII Folder 77
El Hijo de El Ahuizote (Cuban Newspaper) Roll VII Folder 77
Eleventh Infantry Roll III Folder 19
Ellis, Philip H. Maj. Roll I Folder 5 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 26
El Parvenir (Cuban Newspaper) Roll VII Folder 77
El Pozo Roll III Folder 24, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll VI Folder 57
El Pozo, Conference at Roll VI Folder 54
El Pozo House Roll III Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 33
Embree, Henry D. Roll VI Folder 52
Encuastic File Works, U. S. Roll V Folder 46
Engineers, Battalion of Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 52
England Roll II Folder 16
English Cable Company Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 34
English Expedition to Cuba, 1761 Roll VI Folder 57
English, William Capt. Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37
Ennis, William Capt. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 26, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 35, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 42
Enver, Pasha Gen., Turkish Military Attache Roll III Folder 27 Roll VI Folder 52
Ernist, George W. Lt. Roll I Folder 1
Escario, Don Frederick Brig. Gen., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 36
Espana (Sp. Steamer) Roll IV Folder 36
Estrada, Palma Gen., Cuban Forces Roll III Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 32 Roll V Folder 42
Estrella (Sp. Ship) Roll IV Folder 36
Ethan Allen, Fort (Virginia) Roll V Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 48
Evans, George H. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 7
Evarts, William M. Sect. of State, 1877 - 1881 Roll I Folder 1, Folder 4
Ewers, Ezra P. Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44
F. C. & P. Railroad Company, Florida Roll II Folder 14, Folder 16
Fairbanks, Henry N. Roll VI Folder 53
Faircloth, [?] Capt. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 26, Folder 27
Fair Oaks Station, Battle of Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54, Folder 57
Falcon, Anacleto R. Gen., Mex. Army Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Fanita (Sp. Steamer) Roll III Folder 20
Farnsworth, C. S. Lt. Col. Roll III Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Farrar, Judson S. Roll IV Folder 36
Favor, Milton Roll I Folder 1
Felix, Flores Roll I Folder 6
Feria, [?] Gen., Cuban Forces Roll III Folder 27
Fern (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 27
Fever Hospital Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32
Fields M. Roll I Folder 4
Fifth Artillery Roll III Folder 26, Folder 29 Roll V Folder 43
Fifth Army Corps Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54, Folder 56, Folder 57
Fifth Cavalry Roll III Folder 19 Roll V Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 49
Fifth Infantry Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 15, Folder 17 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 48
Fifth Michigan Vol. Infantry 1861 - 1864 Roll IV Folder 36
Fifth Ohio Infantry Roll II Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 17
Fifteenth Infantry Roll V Folder 48
Fifth U. S. Vol. Infantry Roll V Folder 42
Fifty-eight Article of War Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14
Fifty-ninth Article of War Roll II Folder 14
First Artillery Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 52
First Cavalry Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
First District of Columbia Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 46
First Florida Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19
First Illinois Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 36, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46
First Infantry Roll I Folder 8 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 14, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 23, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54, Folder 57
First Nebraska Vol. Infantry Roll VI Folder 53
First North Carolina Infantry Roll II Folder 15
First Ohio Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 17 Roll IV Folder 32
First Regular Cavalry Roll V Folder 41
First South Dakota Infantry Roll VI Folder 53
First Texas Cavalry Roll V Folder 44
First U. S. Vol. Cavalry Roll III Folder 16, Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 52
Fish, Hamilton Jr. Lt. Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 28
Fish, Josiah Capt. Roll I Folder 8
Fisk, Clinton B. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 50
Fitzgerald, [?] Roll V Folder 45
Fletcher, [Thomas C.?] Bvt. Gen. of Vols. Roll I Folder 8
Fleves, Antonio Roll I Folder 5
Flint, Eddy & Company Roll IV Folder 36
Florida National Militia Convention Roll VI Folder 52
Florida (U. S. Transport) Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
Foote, Morris C., Sr. Maj. Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 35
Foraker, Joseph B. Senator of Chio, 1897 - 1903 Roll VI Folder 54
Foraste, Dionisio Sp. Soldier Roll III Folder 27
Forbush, William C, Maj. Roll III Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 31
Forrest, [Nathan B. C.?] Confederate Gen. Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 56
Forty-first Infantry Roll I Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
Forwood, William H. Col. Roll V Folder 45, Folder 46
Foster, Darin Roll I Folder 7
Foster, George F. Roll V Folder 45
Foster, [John Watson?] Minister to Mex. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 4
Fourteenth U. S. Colored Troops Roll I Folder 1
Fourth Artillery Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 50
Fourth Cavalry Roll VI Folder 52
Fourth Infantry Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 14 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
Fourth Ohio Vol. Roll V Folder 48
Fourth Spanish Corps Roll VI Folder 57
Fox, [E. A.?] A. G. of the State of Washington Roll VI Folder 53
Freeman, Abraham C. Roll IV Folder 31
Freeman, Henry B. Lt. Col. Roll V Folder 45
French Ambassador Roll V Folder 42
French Consul Roll III Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 34, Folder 37
French Expedition to Santiago, 1801 Roll VI Folder 57
Friedander, E. E. Roll I Folder 6
Frontan, Don Ventura Lt. Col., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 29
Fuller, Dr. Roll IV Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 57
Fuller, George N., PhD., (Ed. MHM) Roll VI Folder 57
Furor (Sp. Torpedo Boat) Roll III Folder 22
Gage, Henry Roll VI Folder 53
Gaillard, David Capt. Roll II Folder 12
Galan, Vicente Roll I Folder 3
Galesburg, Michigan Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
Galesburg Peace Jubilee and State Fair Roll VI Folder 50
Gallagher, Hugh H. Maj. Roll III Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54
Galloupe, Dwight Chaplin Roll II Folder 14
Garcia, Antonio Roll III Folder 27
García, Calixto Gen., Cuban Forces Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 17, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
García, Vicente Roll I Folder 23
Garlington, Ernest A. Maj. Roll I Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36, Folder 37
Garretson, George A. Brig. Gen. Roll III Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 38 Roll VI Folder 54
Garza, Bernado Roll I Folder 5
Garza, Juan Roll I Folder 7
Garza, Vincente Roll I Folder 5, Folder 7
Gate City (U.S. Ship) Roll III Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40
General Hospital Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
General Order 7 Roll I Folder 2
General Orders, Current Series U. S. Army AGO Roll II Folder 13, Folder 17
General Orders 7, District of the Nueces Roll I Folder 8
General Orders, Fifth Army Roll II Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 25, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
General Orders, U. S. Forces Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 15
Genova, F. B. Mayor of Saint Augustine, Florida Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18
Geos, Avelino Roll IV Folder 32
Germany Roll II Folder 16
Gettysberg, Battle of Roll I Folder 1
Gibara, Cuba Roll III Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 38
Gilbert, [Rufus H.?] Col. Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 57
Gilmore, John Curtis Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 46
Gilmore, John Curtis, Jr. Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52
Gillet, M. E. Mayor of Tampa, Florida Roll II Folder 14
Giménez, Jose Roll IV Folder 30
Glendale, Battle of Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 57
Glenn, George E. Col. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19
Gloucester (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21, Folder 25 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Goff, Charles J. Capt. Roll III Folder 26, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44
Goldwater, Morris Roll VI Folder 53
Gomez, Maximo Maj. Gen., Cuban Forces Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 14, Folder 15 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 34 Roll V Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
Gonzales, Carlos Col., Cuban Forces Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24
Gonzales, Stephen M. Surg. Roll IV Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 52
Goodfellow, Dr. George Roll III Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 31
Goodrich, Casper F. Capt., U. S. N. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Goodridge, Lauretta Ransome Roll VI Folder 53
Gordon, James Col., Confederate Army Roll IV Folder 30
Governor's Island, New York Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
Grand Army of the Republic Roll III Folder 26 Roll V Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 56, Folder 57
Grand Duchess (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39
Grandprey, Clement de Military Attache, France Roll VI Folder 52
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Grape Vine Bridge, Virginia Roll I Folder 8
Greeley, Adolphus W. Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 43
Greene, Francis V. Col. Roll II Folder 15, Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 50
Greene, Frank Maj. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34 Roll V Folder 48
Greene, Henry A. Maj., A. A. G. Roll VI Folder 54
Greenleaf, Charles R. Col. Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31 Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 51
Greenwood, [?] Roll I Folder 2, Folder 7
Grimes, George S. Capt. Roll I Folder 2 Roll III Folder 23, Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll VI Folder 57
Groesbeck, Stephan W. Maj., Judge Advocate Roll II Folder 13 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 41 Roll VI Folder 52
Groves, J. F. Roll II Folder 14, Folder 18
Guantánamo, Cuba Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44
Guasimas, Battle of Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 54
Guasimas, Cuba Roll II Folder 18 Roll III Folder 22
Guerillas (Spanish) Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44
Guiteras, John Maj., Surg. Roll I Folder 10 Roll III Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 39 Roll VI Folder 51
Gulf, Department of the Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15 Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48
Gussie (U. S. Steamer) Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 20 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll VI Folder 52
Haines, George Roll II Folder 14
Hale, Edward Everett Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 65
Hall, Robert H. Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18, Folder 19
Hall, William P. Col. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13
Hamilton, John M. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19
Hammer, William H. Maj. Roll I Folder 10
Hancock (U. S. Transport) Roll VI Folder 53
Harbach, Abram A. Lt. Col. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37, Folder 38
Harper, J. Henry Roll VI Folder 52
Harper's New Monthly Magazine Roll VI Folder 53
Harper's Weekly Roll I Folder 10 Roll VI Folder 52
Harper, William R. Roll V Folder 48
Harries, George H. Col. Roll III Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 45
Harris, Henry S. Maj., Surg. Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 39
Harrison, Harry Roll I Folder 8
Harvard (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44
Hartwick, Edward E. Lt. Roll II Folder 14
Haskell, Joseph F. Lt. Col. Roll V Folder 45
Haskell, Charles C. Roll V Folder 45
Havana, Cuba Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 35, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 53
Havard, Valery Lt. Col., Surg. Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 51
Hawkins, G. T. Roll IV Folder 31
Hawkins, Hamilton S. Brig. Gen., U. S. V. Roll II Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35
Hayes, Rutherford B. President, U. S. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 4
Hayes, Webb C. Maj. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13 Roll III Folder 28 Roll VI Folder 54
Hayme, Louis R. U. S. Consul, Guadalupe Roll IV Folder 36
Hayward, George A. A. D. C. Roll I Folder 1
Hazen, William B. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 50
Hearst, William R. Roll VI Folder 55
Heistand, Henry O. S. Roll V Folder 41
Helena (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 54
Helmick, C. A. Lt. Roll VI Folder 49
Henry, Guy V. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 8 Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54
Hernandez, Carlos Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 17
Hibben, John G. President of Princeton Roll VI Folder 54
Hill, [?] Roll VI Folder 50
Hoar, George P. Roll V Folder 45, Folder 47
Hobson, Richmond P. Lt., U. S. N. Roll II Folder 17 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 54
Holley, Dwight E. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Holmes, Grandma Roll I Folder 8
Holquin, Cuba Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Holt, Asa Lt. Col., Paymaster Roll I Folder 1
Hood's Regiment (Col. D. B. Hood) Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 40
Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Roll I Folder 8
Hoover, Charles S. Lt. Roll V Folder 40
Hopkins, George A. Roll VI Folder 53
Hoppin, Curtis B. Capt. Roll III Folder 19
Hornet (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Horton, William E. Capt. Roll IV Folder 37
House of Representatives, Havana, Cuba Roll VI Folder 57
House Resolution 302 Roll VI Folder 52
Howard, George W. Bvt. Maj., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Howze, Robert L. Lt. Roll II Folder 13
Hubert, Edgar Capt. Roll II Folder 16
Hudson, Marion Roll I Folder 7
Hudson (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 26, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 32 Roll V Folder 44
Humphrey, Charles F. Lt. Col., Quartermaster Roll I Folder 2, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
Hunker, J. J. Commander, U. S. N. Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 20
Hunt, Clyd D. Y. Roll I Folder 10
Hunt, Levi P. Capt. Roll I Folder 7
Huntsville, Alabama Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
Hutchins, Morris C. Maj. Roll IV Folder 31
Hutson, Thomas Roll VI Folder 50
Iglesias-Valdez, [?] Roll I Folder 4
Immen, George L. Roll V Folder 42
Immunes Roll II Folder 14 Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 45
Indiana (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
Indians Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 7
Insurgents, Cuban Roll I Folder 10, Folder 11 Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 53, Folder 54
Iowa (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Irish, E. M. A. G. of Michigan Roll II Folder 14
Irons, James A. Maj. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Iroquois (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36 Roll VI Folder 52
Isabel la Católica Batallónde Roll III Folder 27
Isla de Luzón (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44
Isla de Panay (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 39 Roll V Folder 44
Island of Pines Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32
Ives, Frank J. Maj., Surg. Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44
Jacobs, Joshua W. Maj. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 51, Folder 53
Jackson, William P. Lt. Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37
Jacksonville, Florida Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 17
Jacksonville Times Union (Newspaper) Roll II Folder 16
Japanese Army Roll III Folder 20
Japanese Navy Roll III Folder 20
Jarvis, Samuel M. Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43
Jefferson, Fort (Dry Tortugas) Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13
Jewell, Fort Roll I Folder 4
Johnson, Arthur Lt. Roll III Folder 19, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 44
Johnson, R. U. Roll V Folder 45
Johnson, Richard W. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1
Jones, Hamilton Act. Asst. Surg. Roll V Folder 47
Jones, Thaddeus W. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 7 Roll III Folder 27, Folder 28
Journal of the American Medical Association Roll V Folder 45
Juragua Iron Company Roll I Folder 9 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 44
Juraguacito, Cuba Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22
Juraguo Railroad Roll II Folder 18
Kalamazoo, Michigan Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
Kanawha (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 38, Folder 39
Kane, Thomas L. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 3
Kane, Woodbury Lt. Roll V Folder 45
Kautz, August V. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 8
Kellogg, Edgar R. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 12 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Kelly, J. M. Capt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 7
Kelton, John C. A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Kemper, Louis Roll V Folder 42
Kennan, George Roll III Folder 28
Kennedy, John Sgt. Roll III Folder 28
Kennedy, Dr. J. T. Roll V Folder 42
Kennedy, William B. Capt. Roll I Folder 6, Folder 7
Kent, Jacob F. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 15, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Kentucky, Army of Roll I Folder 1
Ketlin, Issac C. Roll IV Folder 35
Kettle, F. W. Newsman Roll II Folder 16
Kettle Hill Roll VI Folder 54
Keyes, Alex T. B. Capt. Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6
Key West, Florida Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 23, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27 Roll VI Folder 57
Kickapoo (Indians) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 5, Folder 6
Kilbourne, Henry S. Maj., Surg. Roll III Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 45
Kimball, Amos S. Col. Roll IV Folder 39 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
King, Dr. [Henry C.?] Roll I Folder 4
Kingston Cable Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 34
Kirkman, George W. Lt. Roll IV Folder 35
Knickerbocker, Mrs. E. E. (Elvira Holcombe) Roll IV Folder 30
Knickerbocker (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20 Roll IV Folder 36 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45
Knight, John T. Capt. Roll V Folder 45
Lacret, [?] Gen. Roll II Folder 12
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La Garde, Louis A. Maj., Surg. Roll I Folder 10 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41 Roll VI Folder 51
Lakes, Department of the Roll V Folder 45
Lamadriel, [?] Maj., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 23
Lamb, Thomas Roll I Folder 4, Folder 7
Langdon, Russell C. Lt. Roll IV Folder 35 Roll VI Folder 51
Langdon, Loomis L. Col. Roll IV Folder 35 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51
Las Guasimas, Cuba Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23 Roll VI Folder 57
Lassiter, William Capt. Roll V Folder 46
Latimer, William G. Maj. Roll III Folder 27
Lauman, George V. Lt. Col. Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 41
Laura (U. S. Lighter) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 38 Roll VI Folder 57
Laurienne, [?] Roll IV Folder 35
Lawn, Charles H. Roll VI Folder 50
Lawrence, W. I. Act. Asst. Surg. Roll III Folder 19
Lawson, Cloudy Roll VI Folder 50
Lawton, Henry W. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
Lawton, Louis B. Lt. Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 35, Folder 37
Leach Lake Indians Roll VI Folder 54
Lebo, Thomas C. Capt., Maj. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7, Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Lee, Andrew Governor of South Dakota Roll VI Folder 53
Lee, A. H. Capt., English Army Roll II Folder 16 Roll VI Folder 50
Lee, Arthur H. Capt., Military Attache, England Roll VI Folder 52
Legget, Henry F. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 7
Lehigh Valley Railroad Roll V Folder 45
Leitch, Joseph D. Capt. Roll VI Folder 53
Leon XIII (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 39
Leona (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 52
Lerdo de Tejada, Miguel M. President of Mexico Roll I Folder 4
Lewis, Edward M. Lt. Roll III Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 38
Lewis, Walter D. Roll III Folder 28
Leyden (U. S. Tug) Roll I Folder 10 Roll III Folder 28
Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 57
Liebven, Poince Capt., Naval Attache, Russia Roll VI Folder 52
Linares, Arsenio Gen., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 41 Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 56
Lincoln, Abraham President of U. S. Roll VI Folder 53
Lindsay, James R. Lt. Roll IV Folder 36
Lipan (Apache Indians) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7 Roll IV Folder 37
Liscum, Emmerson H. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 12
Logan, John A., Sr. Maj. Roll I Folder 10
Logan, John A. Maj. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 37, Folder 40
Long, John D. Sect. of the Navy Roll I Folder 9 Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 40, Folder 41 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Long Island Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 48
Longora, Julian Roll I Folder 4
Lópes, Narciso Roll IV Folder 36
Lopez de Castillo, Pedro Infantaria Espanol Roll IV Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44
Lora, [?] Gen., [? Forces] Roll III Folder 28
Lord, F. G. Capt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41
Los Angeles Times (Newspaper) Roll I Folder 8
Louisiana (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 26, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 36, Folder 38
Louisville Commercial (Newspaper) Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53
Loyal Legion of the United States Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 55, Folder 57
Ludington, Marshall I. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12 Roll III Folder 26, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 53
Ludlow, William Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 25, Folder 27, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54
Luque, [?] Gen., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 24
Lusk, James L. Capt. Roll II Folder 10, Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 15
Lyman, Robert Roll I Folder 9
Lyons, John Roll V Folder 42
McAlexander, Ulysses G. Capt. Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41
McArthur, Arthur Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13
McCabe, [?] Spy Roll I Folder 4
McCaleb, Thomas S. Capt. Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36
McCalla, [?] Commodore, U. S. N. Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 44
McCaskey, William S. Maj. Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37, Folder 38
McClernand, Edward J. Lt. Col., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18, Folder 19, Folder 20 Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38 Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 55
McClure, [?] Maj., Paymaster Roll I Folder 10
McCook, Reverend Henry C. Roll V Folder 43
McCormic, Lloyd S. Capt. Roll V Folder 46
McCrary, William Sect. of War Roll I Folder 4 Roll VI Folder 1
McCreery, George Maj. Roll II Folder 13
McDermott, J. E. P. Roll III Folder 28 Roll VI Folder 54
McGurrin, William T. Col. Roll II Folder 17
McKavett, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 1
McKay, James O. Capt. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 26 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 57
McKeever, Chauncy A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
McKibbin, Chambers Lt. Col., Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 39
McKinley, William President of U. S., 1897 - 1901 Roll I Folder 8, Folder 9 Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18, Folder 19, Folder 22, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 51, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
McKittrick, Mary Shafter Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8, Folder 9 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 55, Folder 57
McKittrick, William A., Sr. Roll I Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 55
McKittrick, William H., Jr. Capt., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 8, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 55, Folder 56
McLaughlin, John H. Roll I Folder 8
McLaughlin, William B. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
McLeary, James Maj., I. G. Vols. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
McMillan, James H. Capt. Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 47
McNair, [?] Rear Admiral Roll VI Folder 57
McPherson, Fort (Georgia) Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19
McQuiston, Charles Lt. Roll II Folder 49
McRae, James H. Lt. Roll IV Folder 38
Mackenzie, Ranald S. Col. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 8
Mackey, John T. Roll IV Folder 37
Mackey, I. W. Roll VI Folder 53
Maco, Antonio Gen. Roll IV Folder 36
Magoon, Charles E. Provisional Governor of Cuba Roll VI Folder 55
The Maine (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16
Malarial Fever Roll III Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 51, Folder 53, Folder 57
Mallory Steamship Line Roll II Folder 11
Malvern Hill, Battle of Virginia Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
Manilla, Philippine Islands Roll V Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 54
Manitoba (U. S. Ship) Roll V Folder 48
Mann, M. W. Roll III Folder 26
Manning (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 25
Mansas, Antonio Post Commander, Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 25
Mansaz, Antonio Lt. Roll III Folder 25
Manteo (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 38, Folder 39
Manzanillo, Cuba Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 27, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 57
Marblehead (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 33
Marcus (Mallory Line Steamer) Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12
Margaret (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 19
Maria Teresa (Spanish Ship) Roll III Folder 22, Folder 25
Marie (Neutral Steamer) Roll IV Folder 36
Marine Hospital Service of U. S. Roll IV Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 48
Markley, Alfred C. Maj. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45
Marsh, C. M., Esquire President of Polk County Fair Association Roll V Folder 48
Marsh, L. A. President of Polk County Fair Association Roll I Folder 18
Marshall, Edward Roll III Folder 23
Marshall, James M. Lt. Col. Roll VI Folder 54
Martin, J. L. Roll I Folder 7
Martin, J. P. Gen. Roll I Folder 2
Martinez, [?] Lt., Mex. Forces Roll I Folder 7
Maso, Bartolome President, Republic of Cuba Roll V Folder 42
Mason, Fort (California) Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 53, Folder 54
Mason, Ino Lt. I. G. Roll I Folder 5
Mason, Victor Louis Roll VI Folder 50
Mason, William E. Senator Roll I Folder 8
Massachusetts (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Massachusetts Voluntary Aid Association Roll IV Folder 36
Massey, Solon F. Roll V Folder 44
Master of Maria (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 40
Mata, Jose Maria Roll I Folder 5
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Matt, Virginia B. Roll IV Folder 37
Mauermann, B. J. Roll I Folder 8
Mavernick, George Roll I Folder 8
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Maxfield, Joseph E. Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18
Maxwell, J. M. Reporter Roll II Folder 16
Medal of Honor Roll VI Folder 54
Meikeljohn, George De Rue Asst. Sect. of War Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 36 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
Mendoza, Ramon G. Capt., Interpreter, A. D. C. to Lawton Roll III Folder 22, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 57
Menocal, Frank E. Act. Asst. Surg. Roll III Folder 27 Roll V Folder 47
Mercedes Hospital Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23
The Merchants Association of New York Roll V Folder 46
Merriam, Henry C. Gen. Roll VI Folder 52
Merrimac (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 17 Roll III Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32 Roll VI Folder 54
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Mescalero (Apache) Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6
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Mexican Constitutional Army Roll I Folder 5
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Miantonomok (U. S. Ship) Roll I Folder 10
Michigan Historical Magazine Roll VI Folder 57
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Michler, Francis Lt.Col., A. A. G. Roll II Folder 12 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20
Midwinter Exposition, San Francisco Roll V Folder 41
Miles, Nelson A. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 8, Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 55, Folder 57
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Miller T. W. Roll IV Folder 40
Mills, Andrew Roll III Folder 20
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Miner, Charles W. Maj. Roll II Folder 12 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 37
The Miner's Journal Roll V Folder 43
Minnewaska (U. S. Ship) Roll V Folder 44
Miranda, Francesco Roll I Folder 7 Roll V Folder 44
Mission Fight Roll I Folder 8
Mississippi Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 49
Missouri, Department of Roll I Folder 8 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 53
Mobile, Alabama Roll II Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 22, Folder 26
Mobile (U. S. Ship) Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44
Mohawk (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 26 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 44
Monroe, Fort Roll III Folder 22, Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 47, Folder 48
Montauk Point, Long Island, New York Roll II Folder 11 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 53, Folder 57
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Montgomery, Frank H. Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 54
Moore, Mary E. Roll V Folder 42
Moore, W. S. Roll II Folder 17
More, Robert D. Roll II Folder 18
Morgan, John T. Senator Roll II Folder 14
Morgan (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Morrison, John F. Lt. Roll IV Folder 38
Morro Castle Roll III Folder 21, Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
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Mosher, Theodore Capt. Roll IV Folder 30
Moulton, J. Warriner Roll III Folder 23
Movilizados Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 38
Mucks, [?] Roll I Folder 8
Muller, [?] Roll I Folder 4
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Muñoz-Corralba, Antonio Roll IV Folder 37 Roll VI Folder 52
Munson, Fred L Lt. Roll IV Folder 37
Murfresboro, Tennessee Roll I Folder 1
Murphy, Kate Roll I Folder 8
Murphy, Sue Roll I Folder 8
Naranjo, Felipe Roll I Folder 5
Nashville, Battle of Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 57
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National Club Hospital Roll V Folder 44
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Naval Intelligence, Office of Roll I Folder 9 Roll III Folder 19
Navarro, Angel Roll III Folder 25
Navy, Department of the Roll I Folder 9 Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 40 Roll VI Folder 52
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New York Filter Manufactoring Company Roll V Folder 40
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Nicholl, [?] Col., British Army, 1777 Roll I Folder 8
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Nichols, M. W. Roll IV Folder 35
Nickerson, A. Howe Roll VI Folder 53
Nilson, Elgar Roll VI Folder 53
Nimrod (U. S. Tug) Roll III Folder 22
Nineteenth Michigan Volunteer Infantry Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 56, Folder 57
Nineteenth Infantry Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3 Roll III Folder 19
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Ninth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Roll III Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49
Noble, Robert H. Maj., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 55
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Non Combatants Roll III Folder 25
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Nordenfeldt, R. F. Roll V Folder 45
Norris, Frank Roll VII Folder 65
North American Trust Company Roll IV Folder 33 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 44
North Atlantic Squadron U. S. N. Roll I Folder 9 Roll V Folder 41 Roll VI Folder 52
Northern Continental Army of Bennington and Stillwater Roll I Folder 8
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Norwegian Consul Roll III Folder 24
Nue, Frank E. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12
Nueces, District of Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7, Folder 8
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Nunez, [?] Gen., Cuban Forces Roll I Folder 10, Folder 11
Nuttman, Lewis Lt. Roll IV Folder 37
O'Brian, Lyster M. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Ocean Steamship Company Roll IV Folder 40
Ogden, Wesley Roll I Folder 8
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One hundred fifty-seventh Indiana Volunteer Infantry Roll II Folder 17
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Ord, Edward O. C., Jr. A. D. C. Roll I Folder 2
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Order of Battle North Atlantic Station, U. S. N. Roll III Folder 21
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Orleman, Louis H. Lt. Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 7
Orizaba (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 52
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Otis, Harrison Gray Col. Roll I Folder 8
Pacha, H. Enver Gen., Turkish Army Roll VI Folder 52
Pacific, Department of Roll II Folder 13 Roll VI Folder 53
Pacific, Division of the Roll II Folder 16
Pacificos Roll III Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 34, Folder 36
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Palma, T. Estrada Gen. Roll I Folder 10
Palma, Cuba Roll III Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Palmer, John Sect. of State Roll V Folder 47
Pando, [?] Gen., Cuban Forces Roll III Folder 22, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 36 Roll VI Folder 52
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Paredes, Jose de Capt., Sp. Forces Roll VI Folder 57
Parena, Julian Collector of Customs, Santiago Roll IV Folder 35
Parker, John H. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 43
Parker, William M. Private Roll V Folder 45
Parkhurst, Charles Capt. Roll VI Folder 57 Roll VII Folder 65
Parks, Juno W. Roll III Folder 26
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Patterson, John H. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 12 Roll V Folder 47
Patton, Jonathan N. Capt. Roll V Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49
Paxton, Robert G. Lt. Roll II Folder 13
Pearce, John S. Gen. Roll I Folder 4
Pearson, Edward P. Brig. Gen. Roll III Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 52
Peck, T. S. A. G., I. G. Roll I Folder 8
Pecos Bill Roll I Folder 2 Roll VI Folder 55, Folder 57
Pecos River Roll I Folder 2, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7 Roll IV Folder 37
Peninsular Campaign Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8
Penn, Julius A. Lt. Roll II Folder 13
Pennsylvania Railway Roll V Folder 48
Penrose, Charles B. Roll I Folder 5
Perara, Alfredo Roll IV Folder 30
Perara, Oscar Roll IV Folder 30
Pereja, Felix Gen., Sp. Forces Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 35 Roll V Folder 42
Perez, Pedro Gen., Cuban Forces Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 38
Perkins, George C. Gov., California, 1879 - 1883 Roll I Folder 8
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Petersburg, Virginia, Battle of Roll VI Folder 54
Petrat, George H. Lt., U. S. N. Roll I Folder 9
Pettibone Brothers, Manufactoring Company Roll II Folder 12
Pfieffer, George W. Roll III Folder 26
Phelan, James D. Mayor of San Francisco Roll V Folder 45
Philadelphia (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 36 Roll V Folder 44
Philippine Islands Roll II Folder 13 Roll VI Folder 51, Folder 53, Folder 54
St. Phillip, Fort Roll II Folder 11
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Philton (Spanish Ship) Roll III Folder 22
Phoenix, Arizona Roll VI Folder 53
Pina, Dr. [?] Roll VI Folder 58
Pinar del Rio Roll I Folder 9 Roll IV Folder 36
Plant, Henry B. President of Plant System Roll II Folder 18
Plant System of Railways and Steamship Lines Roll II Folder 18
Platt, Thomas C. Senator, New York Roll III Folder 22
Playa del Este, Cuba Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44
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Point, Fort (Galveston, Texas) Roll II Folder 11
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Polk, Burr H. Capt., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Ponce, Porto Rico Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45, Folder 47
Poore, Benjamin A. Lt. Roll II Folder 16
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Porter, Fitz John Gen. Roll II Folder 14
Porter, William L. A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
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Portuguese Consul, Ros, Modesto Roll IV Folder 25
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Potomac, Army of the Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 57
Potter, William W. Roll VI Folder 57
Powell, William H. Col. Roll II Folder 18
Pozo House Roll III Folder 25
Prairie (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 38 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44
Prairie Seminary, Richland County Roll VI Folder 57
Presidio del Rio Grandes Roll I Folder 4
Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Formerly Mrs. Grover Cleveland Roll VI Folder 55
Provisional Battalion of Puerto Rico #1 Roll VI Folder 52
Price, Harrison J. Capt. Roll I Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll VI Folder 50
Price, William R. Maj. Roll I Folder 2
Princessa (Spanish Ship) Roll III Folder 25
Prisoners, Spanish Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40, Folder 41 Roll V Folder 42
Proctor, Redfield Asst. to the Sect. of War Roll I Folder 8
Pullman, John W. Lt. Roll I Folder 7, Folder 8
Punta Gorda Battery Roll III Folder 24, Folder 31, Folder 45
Purdy, Clarence N. Roll V Folder 48, Folder 49
Purgitorio Bridge Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 40
Puritan (U. S. Ship) Roll I Folder 10
Quail, J. N. Roll V Folder 46
Quay, Andrew G. C. Capt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 18
Quesada, [?] Roll I Folder 10
Quinine Roll III Folder 13 Roll IV Folder 39
Quinly, William E. Roll I Folder 8
Rabi, [?] Gen., Cuban Forces Roll III Folder 21, Folder 29 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
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Ramolina, Texas Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 6
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Ramsey, Robert H. Bvt. Col., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Rand, Carles F. Roll III Folder 26
Rand, G. F. President of Sp. American Iron Company Roll I Folder 9
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Randall, George M. Brig. Gen. Roll V Folder 45, Folder 47
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Ransom, Roswell Roll VI Folder 53
Rathom, John R. Roll II Folder 14
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Ray, Juan Spy Roll I Folder 4
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Read, George N. Lt. Roll II Folder 12
Reade, Philip Maj. Roll IV Folder 37 Roll VI Folder 54
Reeve, Horace M. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Reeves, James H. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Regan, James Capt. Roll IV Folder 38, Folder 40
Regular Army and Navy Union Roll I Folder 8
Reina de Los Angeles (Spanish Steamer) Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 35, Folder 36
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Rodler, J. Lt., Naval Attache, Austro-Hungary Roll VI Folder 52
Rodriquez, I. Col., Cuban Forces Roll I Folder 7 Roll III Folder 24
Rodriquez, Jose Maria Guide Roll I Folder 5
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Romer, Manuel Capt., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 25
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Root, Elihu Sect. of War Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54
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Ros, Leonardo Gov. of Cuba Roll V Folder 42
Rossell, Ernesto Lt. Col., Cuban Forces Roll III Folder 29
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Roumania (U. S. Steamer) Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48
Round Robin Letter Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 54, Folder 57
Rowan, A. S. Roll VI Folder 54
Ruger, Thomas H. Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 8
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Rush Medical College Roll V Folder 45
Russia Roll II Folder 16
Ruthers, George W. Maj. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 35
Sabinilla and Marota Railroad Roll I Folder 9
Sada, Jose Roll V Folder 54
Sagasta, Praxedes Mateo Sp. President of Ministers Roll V Folder 43
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San Augustin (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 39
Sanders, William A. Roll IV Folder 34
Sandwich Islands, Hawaii Roll VI Folder 54
San Francisco, California Roll I Folder 8 Roll II Folder 13, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 26 Roll V Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 57
San Francisco Cronicle Roll V Folder 41
San Francisco Memorial Museum Roll V Folder 41
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San Juan Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 41 Roll VI Folder 54
San Juan, Battle of Roll III Folder 27
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Santa Ana, Church of Roll III Folder 28
Santa Clara, Cuba (Province) Roll I Folder 9 Roll VI Folder 57
Santa Cruz del Sur, Cuba Roll I Folder 9
Santander, Spain Roll IV Folder 33
Santa Ursula, Fort Roll III Folder 22, Folder 27
Santiago Campaign Roll V Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 49 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 55, Folder 56
Santiago de Cuba Roll I Folder 9 Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 55, Folder 57
Santiago de Cuba Archbishop Sáenz de Urtui y Crespo, Fco. 1894 - 1899 Roll III Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37
Santiago, Department of Roll IV Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 52
Santiago, Province of Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43
Santiago (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 52
Santos Agent Roll I Folder 2, Folder 6
Saratoga (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46
Sargent, Herbert H. Col. Roll IV Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43 Roll VI Folder 55
Savage Station, Battle of Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54
Sawyer, James E. Maj. Roll V Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
Schafter, Antoinette and Jules Roll VI Folder 53
Schley, Winfield S. Rear Admiral, U. S. N. Flying Squadron Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 22 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
Schofield, George W. Col. Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Schubert, William Agent at Piedras Negras Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 6, Folder 7
Schwan, Theodore Col., A. A. G. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52
Scorpion (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Scott, Irving M. Union Iron Works, San Francisco Roll VI Folder 56
Scott, William Sherley Capt., A. A. G. Roll III Folder 20 Roll IV Folder 39
Scoval, Sylvester Newsman Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 34
Scribner's Magazine Roll VI Folder 50
Scripps McRae League Roll II Folder 16
Scully, James W. Col. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11
Seabaugh, Charles Roll I Folder 8
Seamans, W. H. Roll VI Folder 53
Second Army Corps Roll VI Folder 51
Second Artillary Roll II Folder 16, Folder 18, Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Second Cavalry Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 57
Second Georgia Volunteer Infantry Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19
Second Illinois Volunteer Infantry Roll II Folder 15
Second Infantry Roll II Folder 14, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 24, Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 52
Second Massachusetts Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52
Second New Jersey Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 17
Second New York Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 17, Folder 18
Second Pennsylvania Vol. Infantry Roll V Folder 43
Second U. S. Vol. Infantry Roll IV Folder 40, Folder 41
Second Vol. Engineers Roll V Folder 41
Seguranca (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 35, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Seminole Negro Indian Scouts Roll I Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 6, Folder 7, Folder 8
Seneca (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42 Roll VI Folder 52
Seventeenth U. S. Cavalry Roll I Folder 1
Seventeenth U. S. Colored Troops Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 57
Seventeenth Infantry Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 14, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52
Seventh Army Corps Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18
Seventh Artillery Roll VI Folder 51
Seventh Cavalry Roll V Folder 48
Seventh Illinois Vol. Infantry Roll V Folder 47
Seventh Infantry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 52
Seventh Michigan Vol. Infantry Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 36 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
Seventy-first New York Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 34, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54
Sewell, Robert Lt., A. A. G. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 25
Sewell, William J. Gen. Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 23
Seyburn, Stephen Y. Lt. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 6, Folder 7
Shafter, Ann Roll I Folder 1
Shafter, Elizabeth Sumner (Shafter's mother) Roll I Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 57
Shafter, Harriet A. Grimes (Shafter's wife) Roll I Folder 1, Folder 6, Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 57
Shafter, Howard Roll V Folder 42
Shafter, Hugh M. (Shafter's father) Roll VI Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Shafter, James N. (Shafter's brother) Roll I Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 31
Shafter, John Roll IV Folder 37
Shafter, Lauretta (Shafter's Aunt) Roll VI Folder 53
Shafter, Oscar L. Associate Justice of Supreme Court of California Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 57
Shafter, William Rufus Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7, Folder 8, Folder 9, Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18, Folder 19 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 55, Folder 56, Folder 57
Shannon, J. R. Asst. Surg. Roll I Folder 2 Roll III Folder 27
Sharpe, Alfred C. Capt., A. A. G. Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 23, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54
Shayne, Juno F. Roll V Folder 48
Sheridan, Fort Roll VI Folder 53
Sheridan, Philip H. Gen. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 4
Sherman, William T. Gen. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6
Shiba, G. Maj., Japanese Forces Roll III Folder 20 Roll VI Folder 52
Shinnecock (Medical Forces Steamer) Roll V Folder 41, Folder 47
Shirley, Dr. E. L. and Mrs. Roll I Folder 8 B Folder 41, Folder 47
Short, Walter Cowen Lt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 19
Shoup, George Roll VI Folder 53
Showalter, V. McR. Act. Asst. Surg. Roll V Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48
Siboney, Cuba Roll II Folder 18 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 51, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
Sicard, Montgomery Rear Admiral, U. S. N. Roll I Folder 9
Signal Corps Roll II Folder 11, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 37
Signal Corps, Baloon Detachment Roll V Folder 44
Sigsbee, C. D. Capt., U. S. N. Roll III Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll V Folder 41
Simpson, William L. Lt. Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37
Singer, J. L. Roll I Folder 9
Sixth Cavalry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54
Sixth Infantry Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52
Sixth Illinois Vol. Infantry Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48
Sixth Massachusetts Vol. Infantry Roll VI Folder 54
Sixth Michigan Vol. Infantry Roll IV Folder 36
Sixteenth Infantry Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
Sixty-ninth New York Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 18
Smart, Charles Col. Roll V Folder 48
Smedbery, W. R. Lt. Col. Roll VI Folder 55
Smiley, Samuel E. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Smith, Charles E. Postmaster Gen. Roll II Folder 11
Smith, Fredick A. Capt., A. A. G. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34
Smith, Harry E. Lt. Roll IV Folder 35 Roll V Folder 44
Smith, I. N. G. A. R. Roll VI Folder 53
Smyth-Stuart, Dr. Ferdinand Capt., British Army Roll IV Folder 35
Snelling, Fort Roll V Folder 45
Sniffen, Culver C. Maj. Roll IV Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45
Snyder, S. Brig. Gen. Roll III Folder 19 Roll VI Folder 57
Socapa Battery Roll III Folder 25 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 36 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 57
Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54 Roll V Folder 56 Roll VII Folder 65
Society of the Fifth Corps, Army of the Potomac Roll II Folder 14
Special Orders, Hdq., Fifth Army Army Corps, Camp Wikoff Roll V Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
Spring Hill, Tennessee Roll VI Folder 56
Squadron Bulletin Roll III Folder 20, Folder 22
Squires, Herbert G. Diplomat at Santiago Roll VI Folder 54
Staked Plains, 1872 Roll I Folder 8
Standard Oil Company Roll II Folder 12
Stanley, W. E. Gov., Ohio Roll VI Folder 53
Stanton, [?] Capt., U. S. N. Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 57
Stanton, Edwin M. Sect. of War Roll I Folder 1
Stanton, Fort (New York) Roll I Folder 1
Stanton, Thaddeus H. Paymaster General Roll IV Folder 35
Starr, Charles G. Capt. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 23, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 52
State, Department of Roll I Folder 6
State of Texas (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 27 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 34 Roll V Folder 45
Stearns, George L. Maj., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Stedman, Clarence A. Capt. Roll III Folder 29
Stedman, William Brig. Gen. Roll I Folder 1
Steele, Matthew F. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36, Folder 37
Sternberg, George M. Surg. Gen. Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 54
Steunenberg, Frank Roll VI Folder 53
Stevens, Gustane W. S. Capt. Roll III Folder 23
Stewart, Charles Capt., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8
Stillwater (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 52
Stone, Ray Director of Roads Roll II Folder 18
Stoneman, George Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1
Straus, Mathew Roll IV Folder 39
Straussman,, Albert Newsman Roll V Folder 41
Strickland, [?] Roll I Folder 2
Stuart's Avenue for Yellow Fever Roll IV Folder 35
Suarez, Vicente Pardo Roll VI Folder 55
Sumner, Edwin V. Brig. Gen. Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54
Sumner, McKenzie Lt. Roll I Folder 1
Sumner, Samuel S. Brig. Gen. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 45
Sumter, Fort Roll VI Folder 53
Supreme Court, United States Roll IV Folder 32
Suwanee [?] (U. S. Boat) Roll III Folder 21 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Roll VI Folder 52
Swartz, [?] Roll IV Folder 37
Swedish and Norwegian Consul, Augustine, Mr. Isadore Roll III Folder 25
Swift, Charles J. Roll III Folder 26
Swobe, Thomas Capt. Roll V Folder 46, Folder 48
Tabor, J. A. Roll VI Folder 49
Taggert, Elmore F. Capt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 44, Folder 48, Folder 49 Roll IV Folder 52
Tampa Daily Herald (Newspaper) Roll II Folder 16
Tampa Daily Tribune Roll II Folder 16
Tampa, Florida Roll I Folder 9 Roll II Folder 11, Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 20, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 57
Tampa, Fort Roll V Folder 48
Tarpon (U. S. Ship) Roll V Folder 44
Taylor, Charles Roll VI Folder 53
Taylor, H. C. Capt., U. S. N. Roll III Folder 20 Roll VI Folder 57
Taylor, Joseph H. Maj., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6, Folder 7
Taylor, W. G. Scripps McRae League Roll II Folder 16
Teagen, [?] Roll I Folder 2
Tenth Cavalry Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 42 Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
Tenth Infantry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52
Teresita Roll I Folder 7
Terrett, Fort (Texas) Roll I Folder 2
Territory Surrendered Roll IV Folder 33
Terror (Spanish Torpedo Boat) Roll III Folder 27
Terry, T. W. Roll I Folder 1
Texas Border Committee Roll I Folder 2
Texas, Department of Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, Folder 4, Folder 7, Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 57
Texas (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21, Folder 25 Roll VI Folder 52
Theaker, Hugh A. Col. Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 37
Third Artillery Roll I Folder 10 Roll III Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 40
Third Cavalry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 40, Folder 42 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52, Folder 54
Third Infantry Roll II Folder 16, Folder 19 Roll III Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 52
Third Ohio Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 14, Folder 17
Third Pennsylvania Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 17
Thirteenth Infantry Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 52
Thirty-eigth Article of War Roll IV Folder 35
Thirty-first Michigan Vol. Infantry Roll VI Folder 54
Thirty-fourth Michigan Vol. Infantry Roll III Folder 23, Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 47, Folder 49
Thirty-second Michigan Vol. Infantry Roll II Folder 15, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19
Thirty-third Michigan Vol. Infantry Roll III Folder 23, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 51
Thomas, Charles S. Gov., Colorado Roll VI Folder 53
Thomas Brooks (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 35, Folder 36
Thomas, George A. G. A. R. Roll V Folder 46
Thomas, George H. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll VI Folder 57
Thompson, John T. Lt. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll IV Folder 36
Thompson, Richard E. Capt. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 17
Thompson's Station, Action of, Tennessee Roll I Folder 1, Folder 8 Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 56, Folder 57
Thorpe, Wesley C. Capt. Roll I Folder 1
Thurston Rifles, Associate Members of Omaha Roll VI Folder 53
Ticonderoga Roll I Folder 8
Tillinghast, C. Whitney Roll V Folder 48
Tillman, Benjamin J. Lt. Roll V Folder 47, Folder 48
The Times (Cuban Newspaper) Folder 77
Times Union (Tampa Newspaper) Roll II Folder 17
Tolman, Corinne Roll III Folder 27
Toral, Jose Gen., Sp. Forces Commander in Chief Roll III Folder 22, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 55, Folder 56
Torney, George H. Surg. Gen. Roll IV Folder 26
Tournat (U. S. Lighter) Roll III Folder 22
Town, Francis Col. Roll I Folder 8
Town, John Roll I Folder 7
Townsend, Edward D. Col., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Trans Atlantic Company Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 34
Trans Mississippi and International Exposition Roll V Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 50
Treah, Char;es G. Capt., A. A. G. Roll V Folder 48
Treasury Department Roll VI Folder 54
Treat, Charles G., Lt. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14
Trevino, Mrs. Roll I Folder 8
Triton (Spanish Ship) Roll IV Folder 40
Troops in Campaign Regulations for the Army of the U. S. Roll III Folder 20
Traux, Charles Chairman, Executive Committee, National Peace Jubilee Roll V Folder 48
Tucker, William F. Maj. Roll II Folder 16
Tullidge, Frank G. Lt., A. A. G. Roll I Folder 1
Turner, Henry L. Col. Roll I Folder 4, Folder 5, Folder 6 Roll II Folder 18 Roll III Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 40
Tweedale, John Roll VI Folder 51
Twelfth Infantry Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 52
Twentieth Infantry Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 52
Twentieth Kansas Vol. Infantry Roll VI Folder 53
Twentieth New York Vol. Infantry Roll VI Folder 52
Twenty-fifth Infantry Roll II Folder 11, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 33, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 52
Twenty-first Infantry Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 37 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 52
Twenty-fourth Infantry Roll I Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 8 Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52, Folder 54, Folder 57
Twenty-second Infantry Roll I Folder 1 Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 52
Typhoid Fever Roll IV Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 44, Folder 47, Folder 48
Uncle Sam (U. S. Tugboat) Roll VI Folder 57
Underwriter (U. S. Ship) Roll IV Folder 39
Union Battalion (Spanish) Roll III Folder 27
Unionist (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll V Folder 44, Folder 45
Upson, Charles Roll I Folder 1
Utley, [?] Col. Roll VI Folder 57
Uvalde Roll I Folder 5, Folder 6
Vail Brothers Solid Comfort for the Feet Roll V Folder 45
Vaillant, John Col. Roll II Folder 24
Valdez, Pedro A. Roll I Folder 5
Vandercook, Robert Roll I Folder 9
Van de Water, John L. Roll I Folder 10
Van Dorn, [?] Roll IV Folder 30 Roll VI Folder 57
Van Duyn, [?] Surg. Roll I Folder 2, Folder 7
Van Horne, William M. Maj. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll VI Folder 50
Vaquero, [?] Col. Roll III Folder 23
Vara del Rey, Antonio Capt., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 25
Vara del Rey, Joaquin Gen., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25 Roll VI Folder 52
Vega, [?] Gen., Cuban Forces Roll II Folder 26
Vernon, Edward Vice Admiral, British Navy, 1740 Expedition Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 56
Vesuvius (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16
Victoria de las Tunas, Cuba Roll I Folder 9
Victoria, Queen of England Roll II Folder 14 Roll VI Folder 52
Viele, Charles D. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 49
Vigilancia (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 38, Folder 39 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 52
Vigo, Spain Roll IV Folder 33
Villaverde (Spanish Ship) Roll V Folder 44
Villegas, Manuel Romero Capt. de Guardia Civil Roll III Folder 25
Vincint Plantation, Cuba Roll II Folder 18
Viscaya (Spanish Cruiser) Roll III Folder 22, Folder 24, Folder 25
Vixen (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21 Roll V Folder 52
Volunteers Spanish Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44
Von Goetzen, Count Lt., Military Attache, Germany Roll VI Folder 52
Von Moltke, Helmuth Field Marshall Roll V Folder 45
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Von Schrader, Alexander Lt. Col. Roll I Folder 1
Wade, James F. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 17 Roll VI Folder 57
Wadsworth, Fort (New York) Roll V Folder 47
Wagner, Arthur L. Lt. Col. Roll I Folder 9 Roll II Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 23, Folder 26 Roll VI Folder 54
Wainwright, Robert P. P. Capt. Roll III Folder 21
Walker, William Filibusterer to Nicaragua Roll V Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 56
Waller, Edwin C. Roll III Folder 27
Walton, Clifford S. Maj. Roll VI Folder 53
Ward, Charles R. Roll I Folder 7
Ward, Henry C. Roll V Folder 47
Ward, Milo B. Maj., Surg. Roll I Folder 5
War, Department of Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 12, Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 22 Roll IV Folder 32, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 48, Folder 49 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 51, Folder 52, Folder 53, Folder 54, Folder 57
Warren, Fort (Massachusetts) Roll II Folder 13 Roll VI Folder 51
Warren, H. H. Lt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
City of Washington (U. S. Ship) Roll VI Folder 52
Washington Post (Newspaper) Roll VI Folder 54
Wasp (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Watlus, Gordon W. President of the Omaha Exposition Committee Roll V Folder 50
Watson, J. C. Commodore, U. S. N. Roll I Folder 10 Roll II Folder 11 Roll III Folder 20 Roll V Folder 42, Folder 43
Webb, G. Creighton Maj. Roll III Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 49 Roll VI Folder 54
Weiler, J. J. Roll III Folder 26
Weinbach, Thomas Capt. Roll I Folder 1
Weissert, [?] Roll VI Folder 55
Wessels, Henry W., Jr. Maj. Roll II Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
West, Parker W. Capt. Roll II Folder 13 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36, Folder 37
Wester, [?] Capt., Military Attache Sweden and Norway Roll VI Folder 52
Western Union Company Roll I Folder 10, Folder 12, Folder 13
Weston, John F. Col. Roll II Folder 13, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 45 Roll VI Folder 53, Folder 54
West Point, Battle of Roll I Folder 1 Roll VI Folder 57
Wheaton, Lojd Gen. Roll II Folder 12 Roll VI Folder 54
Wheeler, Daniel D. Maj. Roll II Folder 12
Wheeler, Joseph Maj. Gen. Roll II Folder 11, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 19, Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 39, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 54, Folder 57
Wheeler, Joseph, Jr. Lt. Roll III Folder 24 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37 Roll V Folder 46
Wherry, William M. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll V Folder 47 Roll VI Folder 50
Whitcomb, Elisha Capt. Roll I Folder 8
White, Mrs. J. Harrison Roll V Folder 45
Whiteside, [?] Maj. Roll I Folder 8
Whitney, Casper Roll VI Folder 52
Whitney (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 11, Folder 16 Roll IV Folder 31 Roll VI Folder 52
Wikoff, Charles A. Col. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll V Folder 44
Wikoff, Camp (Long Island) Roll II Folder 11 Roll V Folder 45, Folder 46, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 49, Folder 50
Wilcox, Marrion Roll V Folder 45
Wilkins, Harry E. Maj. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 37
Williams, A. P. Roll I Folder 8
Williams, Charles A. Capt. Roll IV Folder 37
Willson, David B. Maj. Roll III Folder 19, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 35, Folder 40
Williston, Edward B. Brig. Gen. Roll V Folder 45
Wilmington (U. S. Ship) Roll I Folder 10
Wilson, C. Irving Maj. Roll I Folder 5
Wilson, George W. Roll II Folder 17
Wilson, James W. Sect., Department of Agriculture Roll VI Folder 54
Wilson, Reverend John Roll VI Folder 53
Winslow, Eben E. Lt. Roll II Folder 13
Winter, Francis A. Roll IV Folder 37
Wirth, [?] General Correspondence Roll III Folder 26, Folder 30
Wompatuck (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 21 Roll VI Folder 52
Wood, Leonard Brig. Gen., Surg. Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 24, Folder 26, Folder 28 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 36, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 46 Roll VI Folder 57
Word, Marshall W. Maj. Surg. Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 39
Wood, W. Clay Maj. Roll I Folder 1
Woodruf, Thomas H. Maj. Roll II Folder 12 Roll IV Folder 37, Folder 38 Roll VI Folder 51
Worden, Charles A. Capt. Roll IV Folder 35
The World (New York Newspaper) Roll V Folder 45
Worth, William S. Lt. Col. Roll II Folder 12, Folder 16 Roll III Folder 27
Wounded Knee Roll I Folder 8
Wright, Samuel Capt., 1777 Roll I Folder 8
Wright, Thomas T. Roll VI Folder 52
Wright, William M. Capt. Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 34, Folder 37
Yale (U. S. Ship) Roll III Folder 21, Folder 22, Folder 23, Folder 25, Folder 27, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34 Roll V Folder 43, Folder 44
Yellow Fever Roll I Folder 9 Roll III Folder 22, Folder 25, Folder 26, Folder 27, Folder 28, Folder 29 Roll IV Folder 30, Folder 31, Folder 32, Folder 33, Folder 34, Folder 35, Folder 37, Folder 38, Folder 40 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 42, Folder 43, Folder 44, Folder 45, Folder 47, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 57
Yellow Press Roll VI Folder 50
Yermoloff, [?] Col., Military Attache, Russia Roll VI Folder 52
Yorktown, Siege of Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 57
Yosemite (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16
Young, Clarence Roll V Folder 48
Young, Samuel B. M. Maj. Gen. Roll I Folder 6, Folder 7 Roll II Folder 13, Folder 14, Folder 15, Folder 16, Folder 17, Folder 18 Roll III Folder 21, Folder 24, Folder 25, Folder 26 Roll IV Folder 35 Roll V Folder 41, Folder 45, Folder 48 Roll VI Folder 50, Folder 54, Folder 57
Young, William H. Roll I Folder 8
Yslisesel, Don Luis Maj., Sp. Forces Roll III Folder 26
Yucatan (U. S. Ship) Roll II Folder 16 Roll III Folder 23 Roll IV Folder 31, Folder 36, Folder 38 Roll V Folder 44 Roll VI Folder 52
Zaza, Cuba Roll I Folder 9
Zertrichi, [?] Maj., Mex. Forces Roll I Folder 5, Folder 6
Zuaga, Juan Roll I Folder 5

Microfilm Edition

 

ROLL I February 10, 1862-May 5, 1898

Scope and Content Note

The William R. Shafter Collection begins with papers relating to Shafter's Civil War career, most of which are letters. The preponderance of the Civil War material dates from 1863, and includes letters written by military figures and his family. One especially notable item is a letter from Grandfather Shafter (William R.) to the young officer advising him to with prudent firmness enforce obedience to all necessary orders, as a duty they owe their country, and as much for the soldier's benefit, as for the officer's convenience. This remarkable note continues with a discussion of citizenship for Blacks: he must be restored to all the rights of citizenship as a man, of which we have so long deprived him, we must give him both freedom, and protection.
In 1866, Shafter wrote to Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War, requesting an appointment to the Regular Army. Recommendations for his appointment accompany this letter and are distinguished by such signatures as Brevet Major General Clinton B. Fisk, Brevet Major General R. W. Johnson, Major J. S. Donaldson, and Major General Geore H. Thomas.
Following the receipt of his orders of appointment to the Forty-first Infantry, U.S.A., Shafter was sent to the Texas frontier. The Shafter Papers include only a few documents extant for the years between 1876 and 1898. By April of 1876 as Lieutenant Colonel of the Twenty-fourth Infantry, he was in command of Fort Clark, Texas, and the District of the Nueces. Regular official and personal correspondence between Brigadier General E. O. C. Ord and Shafter dates from this period. Most of these papers are concerned with the pursuit of Indian and Mexican raiders into U.S. Territory. From 1876 to 1878 the problem of border raids and how to halt them occupies communications to and from such men as Brigadier General E. O. C. Ord, Major Joseph Taylor, General William T. Sherman, Major G. W. Schofield, Colonel Ranald Mackenzie, and the Mexican General Naranjo. Additionally, reports from the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts, Lieutenant John L. Bullis, and William Schuhardt describe the field conditions in the borderlands and provide military information.
The only correspondence preserved from the 1880's is a small group of Shafter's letters to his mother. In 1890 he sent a request for a promotion to the rank of Brigadier General. Once again letters of recommendation are included with the request and bear the signatures of Major General Oliver O. Howard, John Coburn, A. P. Williams, and Major General Nelson A. Miles. Two of Miles' letters are worth noting. Both pertain to the Battle of Wounded Knee, and bring to light certain irregularities about that action. A third congratulates Shafter on his assignment to the San Francisco Presidio. There is yet another request for a promotion in 1897. In 1897 Shafter was made Brigadier General after an eighteen-year wait.
Eighteen ninety-eight ushered in new responsibilities for Shafter. A letterpress copy of a report on the topography of the southern end of Cuba is the first document which indicates the part he was soon to play. A confidential copy of a letter signed by H. C. Corbin directs Shafter to assume command of an expedition to Cuba under the orders of Major General Miles. The remaining letters, telegrams, and orders are concerned with the camp arrangements at Tampa, Florida, and preparations for transportation of an expeditionary force to Cuba.
 

ROLL II May 6-June 6, 1898

Scope and Content Note

Letterpress copies of orders as well as printed orders, circulars, and rosters record the preparations for the expedition to Cuba. Shafter's role in the Spanish-American War expanded from commander of a reconnaisance force intended to aid the Cuban Insurgents, to commander of the Fifth Army's invasion of Santiago. A copy of a letter of May 9, 1898, imparts the information that Shafter has been promoted to Major General of Volunteers. In General Orders Number 13, Major General J. F. Wade relinquishes command of what would later be known as the Fifth Army, which Shafter commanded from May to October 1898.
Some of the problems with which Shafter had to deal are reflected in his correspondence with Adjutant General H. C. Corbin, and R. A. Alger, Secretary of War. In one letter Corbin has inquired about Shafter's opinion on appointing noncommissioned officers of the colored regiments to the rank of captain. His reply states that the idea is acceptable to him, but admonishes, You know the unreasoning prejudice against these men and whether or not it is worth while to give cause for dissatisfaction. In another communication the conflict between military security and the people's right to know reaches a climax when censorship is brought to bear on correspondents who have published advance information on the Florida expedition.
Secretary Alger's dispatch of May 31, 1898, contains the instructions upon which Shafter would ultimately proceed. Two documents reflect the hurry up and wait of army life: the June 4th telegram received at headquarters that reveals the sinking of the Merrimac and the presumption that Admiral Cervera was bottled up in Santiago Harbor (thereby freeing the sea lanes to the American transports); and the June 8th explanatory telegram that postponed sailing due to Spanish shipping activity in the area.
 

ROLL III June 7-July 14, 1898

Scope and Content Note

When the transports finally embarked for Cuba, the pace of correspondence quickened. Orders, telegrams, field reports, and correspondence between Shafter and such figures as Adjutant General Corbin, Secretary Alger, General Garcia, Major General Wheeler, Major General Miles, Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt, and Clara Barton leave a record of the immense activity inherent in war-making.
According to a note from Shafter to Admiral Sampson, the troops began to disembark on June 22, 1898. On June 25, Shafter could report that they had taken Sevilla. A telegram from President McKinley and the Secretary of War congratulates him on the action of the twenty-fifth and bears the letterhead of the Compagnie Française des Cables Télégraphies in Cuba. By July 3, El Caney and Sàn Juan had fallen to the Americans, and Santiago was closely surrounded.
The Collection at this period is a myriad of orders pertaining to supplies, ammunition, troop placement, and casualties. It also contains documents which are simply unique. Among the latter are the receipt for one hundred and twenty prisoners taken from the Spanish cruiser, Viscaya, by Lieutenant Henicke, U.S.N., on July 3, and an entertaining letter from J. W. Moulton describing an ingenious method of removing barbed wire fence.
The polite demands for surrender of Santiago, the first issued on July 3, and the rejections of General José Toral comprise a fascinating study of diplomatic squabbling. They also serve to remind one that honor and gentlemanly conduct were a tangible part of warfare through the nineteenth century. On July 14, 1898, Toral decided to capitulate conditionally. During the interval between July 3 and July 14, Shafter was the recipient of such items as a letter of introduction written by Miss Clara Barton, a disturbing complaint about food distribution to the troops from Theodore Roosevelt, and a report of an outbreak of yellow fever.
 

ROLL IV July 15-August 7, 1898

Scope and Content Note

The following weeks were active ones for Shafter, as is indicated by the bulk and variety of documents relating to this period. Telegrams and letters of congratulations from Major Generals Miles and Wheeler, Adjutant General Corbin, Secretary Alger, and President McKinley take their places among testimonial poems, troop rosters, lists of transports, organizational charts, and diplomatic correspondence.
Negotiations for the surrender of Toral's forces were at a crucial point. A copy of a telegram sent by Shafter on July 15 reveals his feelings at the time: I think they fear death when they get home. We may have to fight them yet. His fears were never realized, for at ten o'clock P.M. that day Toral capitulated on the condition that his troops be returned to Spain. Shafter's subsequent telegram reads, The return to Spain of the troops in this district...closes the war in Cuba.
In the interim between the end of the battle and the beginning of the peace, Shafter's responsibilities became even more diversified. His correspondence reflects the problems with which he was confronted. A petition from the lady refugees of El Caney dated July 14, 1898, describes the shortage of food, clothing, and water facing the civilians. A telegram from General Calixto Garcia expresses dissatisfaction on the part of Cuban military leaders that they were not included in the capitulation negotiations. Several letters from Toral, the Spanish General, indicate that he relied upon Shafter to feed his troops, supply them with medical aid, and assure their safety from the Cubans. Finally, Shafter had responsibility for the care and maintenance of his own army.
Upon the cessation of hostilities, the Americans could turn their attention to the general health of the troops. Yellow fever and malaria had begun to take their toll. The official recommendations for coping with fever are contained in Colonel Greenleaf's Memorandum for Sanitary Precautions in Removing the Army from Its Present Line... dated July 17, 1898. This memorandum admonishes the men to keep clean and to move camp every time a fever case is reported. Another means of wrestling with the fever was suggested by a Mr. Nichols. His intriguing letter of July 26, 1898, suggests that the army employ Dr. F. Smyth-Stuart's cure for yellow fever which was used by the British forces attacking Cuba in 1762.
The officers were not amused or reassured by either suggestion. It was their opinion that the command would be decimated by the various fevers if it was forced to remain in Cuba. This belief gave rise to the Round Robin letter of August 3, one of the more important documents contained in the Shafter Papers. The letter is notable in that it is a request expressed in mandatory language that the command be removed from Cuba, and it is signed by Shafter's general officers. Its publication by the Associated Press caused great embarrassment to the government and prompted two communications from Secretary Alger. The official telegram of August 11 chastises Shafter for issuing the letter without permission. In a personal note to Shafter, Alger advises him to plead exhaustion as the reason for using such strong terms of address.
An item in this roll well worth noting is a letterpress copy of a telegram sent by General Linares to the Spanish Minister of War, which describes the position and condition of his suffering troops. He implores the Spanish government to surrender, offering his reputation as a sacrifice for the good of the Mother Country. Shafter, impressed by the poignance of this note, sent it to Secretary Alger as a keepsake.
The remaining documents on this roll are orders and correspondence concerned with preparations to return home to Montauk Point as per orders dated August 3, 1898.
 

ROLL V August 8-September 25, 1898

Scope and Content Note

The order to return home was heartily welcomed and promptly obeyed. Orders, correspondence, and lists chronicle the movement of the Fifth Army from Cuba to its disbursement from Montauk Point, Long Island. Inquiries for news of the missing and dead give testimony to the less palatable aspect of war.
While arranging to transport his troops, Shafter was actively engaged in preparing Santiago de Cuba for the resumption of civilian life. Several reports and letters attest to the fact that this was not to be an easy task. In a report dated August 9, 1898, Judge Advocate Groesbeck recommends complete rehabilitation of the civil and criminal courts in Santiago de Cuba. His report also discusses the sensitive question of appointing a new president of the Supreme Court.
In a letter of the same date, Shafter laments the large number of highly paid officials who want their jobs back, and refuses to pay the great hordes. His plans for the civilian government of Santiago de Cuba are disclosed in a note of August 16 to Adjutant General Corbin. He informs Corbin that he has arranged for the economical administration of government by abolishing the office of Civil Governor and reducing the number of positions in the Mayor's office, the police department, and the customs houses.
On August 12, Shafter received the proclamation declaring an armistice between the United States and Spain. A letter from the Cuban leader, Estrada Palma, dated August 13, informed Shafter of his acceptance of that armistice. That same day two notes from Washington apprised him that press censorship had ended, and that arrangements had been made to transport the Spanish prisoners to Spain.
The sentiments of a Spanish soldier in defeat are expressed in a letter written by Private Pedro López de Castillo of the Spanish Infantry. On the eve of their departure eleven thousand prisoners convey in this missive their respect for the courage of the American soldier; their thanks for the kindness shown the wounded and captured; and their best wishes to a former enemy.
In a telegram of August 25, Shafter informs Adjutant General Corbin that the command has embarked for Long Island that very morning, and that he intends to leave Cuba before noon. He would return to the United States a hero. Shafter relinquished his command to Major General Henry W. Lawton in General Orders 41, and arrived at Montauk Point by August 31. Shortly thereafter, he wrote to Washington to express his preference to be assigned to the Department of California. That request is coupled with the wish that Majors Noble and Miley, Captain Plummer, and Lieutenant Colonel McClernand be chosen to accompany him to his new post.
A note from A. C. Sharpe concerning the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba, a letter sent by Shafter defending his actions in Cuba, an invitation to speak at the National Peace Jubilee in Chicago, and several congratulatory notes comprise the remainder of this roll.
 

ROLL VI September 26, 1898-March 27, 1945 1860-1906

Scope and Content Note

Included in this portion of the Collection are photographs, correspondence, speeches, cartoons, maps, and miscellany. Though most of this is related to the Spanish-American War, there are some items which date back as far as 1860.
Shafter relinquished command of the detention camp at Montauk Point on October 2, 1898, and was temporarily appointed to command the Department of the East. It was at this time that the Committee to Investigate the War turned its attention to Shafter and his command. The Committee investigated, while yellow press journalism provided a showcase which revealed the diversity of opinion regarding the Spanish-American War. Shafter, once an unconditional hero, now had to defend those who transported, docked, supplied, and nursed the command, and his responsibility for their actions. The many letters from his subordinates in Cuba provide information and evidence to support his position. Other letters offer compliments and encouragement.
After assuming command of the Department of California at the San Francisco Presidio, Shafter's duties included receiving newly arrived veterans from the Philippine Campaign. Thank you notes and testimonial letters from grateful parents and state officials are very prominent in this roll. Business of the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba is considered in communications between Shafter and his fellow society members.
The McKittrick Series includes letters written to his daughter about Shafter, and a biographical sketch prepared for The Michigan Historical Magazine. There is one letter to Mary Shafter McKittrick from her father, which is dated 1898, and several from Edward H. Plummer, which elucidate some points of Shafter's life.
Several other series of documents are included in this roll. There are speeches made by Shafter at various gatherings which give his view of events in Cuba. Oversized documents, such as appointments to rank, muster-in rolls, and maps, together with miscellaneous keepsakes and photographs illustrate the diverse activities in which Shafter participated. Original cartoons, thought to be drawn by Shafter, reveal the lighter side of army life.
 

ROLL VII 1873-October 24, 1938

Scope and Content Note

News clippings concerning Shafter's activities comprise about one-fifth of the Collection. The clippings begin with a criticism of MacKenzie's raid into Mexico in 1873, and end with the announcement of the acquisition of the Shafter Papers by Stanford University Libraries in 1938. A substantial number of these deal with Shafter's role in the Spanish-American War.
Several Cuban newspapers, which date from the period immediately following the war, are included in the Collection. Among them are El Espectador, El Aliuizote, El Parvenir, El Cubano, and The Times, the first American daily paper printed in Cuba.
The Shafter Scrapbook, though poorly preserved, serves to complete the Collection.

Container List

 

Series I - Correspondence

Box 1, Folder 1

February 10, 1862 - May 31, 1875

Box 1, Folder 2

April 1 - August 29, 1876

Box 1, Folder 3

September 21 - December 22, 1876

Box 1, Folder 4

January - June 9, 1877

Box 1, Folder 5

July 2 - August 29, 1877

Box 1, Folder 6

September 12 - November 30, 1877

Box 1, Folder 7

December 1 - December 28, 1877

Box 1, Folder 8

January 5, 1878 - May 1897

Box 1, Folder 9

April 1 - April 30, 1898

Box 1, Folder 10

May 1 - May 5, 1898

Box 1, Folder 11

May 6 - May 8, 1898

Box 1, Folder 12

May 8 - May 14, 1898

Box 2, Folder 13

May 15 - May 21, 1898

Box 2, Folder 14

May 22 - May 24, 1898

Box 2, Folder 15

May 25 - May 27, 1898

Box 2, Folder 16

May 28 - May 31, 1898

Box 2, Folder 17

June 1 - June 4, 1898

Box 2, Folder 18

June 5 - June 6, 1898

Box 2, Folder 19

June 7 - June 10, 1898

Box 2, Folder 20

June 11 - June 20, 1898

Box 2, Folder 21

June 21 - June 25, 1898

Box 2, Folder 22

June 26 - June 28, 1898

Box 3, Folder 23

June 29 - July 1, 1898

Box 3, Folder 24

July 2 - July 3, 1898

Box 3, Folder 25

July 4 - July 5, 1898

Box 3, Folder 26

July 6 - July 8, 1898

Box 3, Folder 27

July 9 - July 10, 1898

Box 3, Folder 28

July 11 - July 12, 1898

Box 3, Folder 29

July 13 - July 14, 1898

Box 3, Folder 30

July 15 - July 16, 1898

Box 3, Folder 31

July 17 - July 18, 1898

Box 4, Folder 32

July 19, 1898

Box 4, Folder 33

July 20 - July 21, 1898

Box 4, Folder 34

July 22 - July 24, 1898

Box 4, Folder 35

July 25 - July 26, 1898

Box 4, Folder 36

July 27 - July 30, 1898

Box 4, Folder 37

July 31, 1898

Box 4, Folder 38

August 1 - August 2, 1898

Box 4, Folder 39

August 3 - August 4, 1898

Box 4, Folder 40

August 5 - August 7, 1898

Box 4, Folder 41

August 8 - August 10, 1898

Box 5, Folder 42

August 11 - August 14, 1898

Box 5, Folder 43

August 15 - August 18, 1898

Box 5, Folder 44

August 19 - August 24, 1898

Box 5, Folder 45

August 25 - September 7, 1898

Box 5, Folder 46

September 8 - September 12, 1898

Box 5, Folder 47

September 13 - September 18, 1898

Box 5, Folder 48

September 19 - September 25, 1898

Box 5, Folder 49

September 29 - September 30, 1898

Box 5, Folder 50

October 1 - October 31, 1898

Box 6, Folder 51

November 7 - November 30, 1898

Box 6, Folder 52

December 7 - December 27, 1898

Box 6, Folder 53

January 8 - December 17, 1899

Box 6, Folder 54

January 1, 1900 - May 19, 1904

 

Series II - McKittrick

Box 6, Folder 55

May 5, 1897 - March 27, 1945

 

Series III - Speeches

Box 6, Folder 56

Speeches

 

Series IV - Biographical Sketch and Outline

Box 6, Folder 57

Biographical Sketch and Outline

 

Series V - Memorabilia and Miscellaneous

Box 6, Folder 58

Awards and Commissions

Box 6, Folder 59

Letters Patent and Must-in Rolls

Box 6, Folder 60

Miscellaneous

 

Series VI - Illustrative Material

Box 6, Folder 61

Maps

Box 6, Folder 62

Original Sketches and Cartoons

Box 7, Folder 63

Photographs

Box 7, Folder 64

Cartoons and Portraits

 

Series VII - Printed Reference

Box 7, Folder 65

Pamphlets on Cuba

Box 7, Folder 66

News Clippings, 1873 - 1897

Box 7, Folder 67

News Clippings, 1898

Box 7, Folder 68

News Clippings, April - June 26, 1898

Box 8, Folder 69

News Clippings, July 1898

Box 8, Folder 70

News Clippings, August 1898

Box 8, Folder 71

News Clippings, September 1898

Box 8, Folder 72

News Clippings, October 1898

Box 8, Folder 73

News Clippings, November 1898

Box 8, Folder 74

News Clippings, December 1898

Box 8, Folder 75

News Clippings, January 1899 - October 24, 1938

Box 8, Folder 76

News Clippings, Undated

Box 8, Folder 77

Cuban Newspapers

Box 8, Folder 78

Scrapbook

Box 8, Folder 79

Scrapbook Addenda

Box 8, Folder 80

Copies