[Transfer notice, August 22, 1904]

[Transfer notice, August 22, 1904]

Date: 1904
Creator: United States. Pension Bureau.
Description: Transfer notice which details the pension transfer of Mrs. Loriette c. Redway from the pension agent in Topeka to the roll of the Washington agency.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Pension notification, 1917]

[Pension notification, 1917]

Date: 1917
Creator: United States. Pension Bureau.
Description: Notification which details that Mrs. L. C. Redway's pension was increased to $25.00 per month beginning October 6, 1917.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Notice of duplicate issue, September 14, 1900]

[Notice of duplicate issue, September 14, 1900]

Date: September 14, 1900
Creator: United States. Pension Bureau.
Description: Notice of duplicate issue of pension certificate for Loriette C. Redway. The duplicate certificate was issued September 14, 1900 and sent to the United States pension agent in Topeka. From the agent in Topeka, the duplicate certificate would be transferred to Mrs. Redway.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Pension notification, November 4, 1916]

[Pension notification, November 4, 1916]

Date: November 4, 1916
Creator: United States. Pension Bureau.
Description: A formal notification of pension increase to be attached to pension certificate. This notification details that Mrs. L. C. Redway's pension was increased to $20.00 per month under the Act of September 8, 1916.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Pension notification, 1916]

[Pension notification, 1916]

Date: 1916
Creator: United States. Pension Bureau.
Description: Notification which details that Mrs. L. C. Redway's pension was increased to $20.00 per month under the Act of September 8, 1916.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letter from the Pension Office to John Patterson Osterhout, July 2, 1858]

[Letter from the Pension Office to John Patterson Osterhout, July 2, 1858]

Date: July 2, 1858
Creator: United States. Pension Bureau.
Description: Letter from the Pension Office to John Patterson Osterhout discussing Lewis Summer's request for a war bounty scrip instead of land. The request was view favorably and sent to the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury. Included is an envelope addressed to "John P. Osterhout Esq."
Contributing Partner: Austin College