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Libby Prison During the War.

Description: Poster depicting a large, red-brick building and ranks of soldiers in the background and white tents in the foreground. Text under the image reads, "Compliments of J. Thompson Brown & Co., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 113 Main St., Richmond, Va."
Date: unknown
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

One hundred & fifty miles around Richmond.

Description: Map shows cities and towns, railroads, roads, and swamp the area surrounding Richmond, Virginia; cities, roads, and railroads on insets; city grid, railroads, and fortifications in Richmond. Insets [ancillary maps]: "100 miles around Chattanooga, Tenn.," "250 miles around Charleston, S.C.," "Fortifications around Richmond, Va. [5 mile radius bullseye of 1 mile circles]," "100 miles around Augusta, Geo.," "Nashville and Surroundings," "Memphis and surroundings," "200 miles around Montgomery, Ala.," "250 miles around Galveston, Texas," and "200 miles around Natchez, Miss." Scale [ca. 1:880,000].
Date: 1864
Creator: Boell, F. W.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Client Card: Mr. George E. Barksdale]

Description: Client card describing work completed at the Roman Bronze Works Foundry for Mr. George E. Barksdale, including a job number, brief description, monetary amount, and dates associated with each entry. Piece included: "Portrait Head".
Date: November 1954
Creator: Roman Bronze Works Foundry
Partner: Amon Carter Museum

[Portrait of Robert Sanderson]

Description: Portrait of Robert Sanderson, posed sitting on a chair with tassels, wearing a dark-colored three-piece suit with a bow tie. In the background to the left, an elaborately designed mantel and a bouquet of flowers can be seen. A handwritten note on the back identifies him as "Robert Sanderson."
Date: unknown
Creator: The Lee Gallery
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Letter from John H. Caldwell, February 21, 1863]

Description: John Caldwell has obtained leave of absence for sixty days. The reason for the leave of absence was because they would not let him retire and gave him the absence only if officers could be found to run his command. He wanted his captain to take command but the department would not allow it. Even if he had been granted retirement, it would have ended the same with a temporary command. He was able to acquiesced Dr. Col. Cunningham, a West Point graduate and a gentlemen to take the temporary command.
Date: February 21, 1863
Creator: Caldwell, John H.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Clara Evans Willis to John C. Lattimore, January 6, 1943]

Description: Letter from Clara Willis to John C. Lattimore on January 6, 1943, lamenting the entrance of Lattimore and Clara Willis's son Todd into the army, and their subsequent departure from Waco. She goes on to mention the weather in Grand Rapids, where Lattimore is stationed, and discusses the weather in Waco. She mentions that her son is on leave in Richmond, Virginia, and expresses her pride in Lattimore's entrance into the army.
Date: January 3, 1943
Creator: Willis, Clara Evans
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis