Civil War Archive of Lt. Almon Kidder
Don't Miss Your Next Treasure.
Set up a search alert to hear when Militaria & War Memorabilia items arrive.
Sold on LiveAuctioneers
Discover Similar Items
4 hrs Left
Est. $600Sep 30
Large Photograph of Abraham Lincoln from negative made by Alexander Hesler in 1860 Photograph of Abraham Lincoln, 11” x 14”. Fine condition. Made from one of two negatives discovered in 1
Est. $1,500Sep 30
An Ordinance Giving South Carolina's Governor Authority to Conduct Foreign Affairs Very rare, South Carolina Secession, "THE COMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION". 2pp of a bifold printed document, "An Ordin
Lot 1276 Details
Almon Kidder was a lawyer in Monmouth, Illinois. His papers were acquired from the last remaining family descendant who recently passed away. Kidder was mustered in as 1st Sargent and out as a Lieutenant. Kidder was a judge in Monmouth who tried members of Wyatt Earp's family. Included are 2 copies of his 100 day enlistment papers dated 1864, personal letters, hand written election of officers signed off by him in 1864, original muster roll, pay voucher, Roll of Honor hand written list, hand written pages of General Order #29, as well as letters and papers of his pre and post war life as a lawyer. Documents have all lettering clear and legible. An incredible find and an amazing piece of personal Civil War history.