(MEXICAN WAR.) John Lamb. Letter by an occupying soldier describing the wonders of Saltillo, Mexico.
Shield measures 2" x 2.5". Blue silk ribbon with National Association bar. Engraved on the reverse "COL. JOHN C. HAYS/TEXAS/1st MOUNTED VOLUNTEERS" in seriffed letters. The whole in a wood case with s
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) John S. McNulty. Letters from a civilian saddler for the Confederate cavalry in the Shenandoah Valley. 7 Autograph Letters Signed as "John S." to his future wife Mollie McClu
(MEXICO--MANUSCRIPTS.) Charlotte Biggs. An American woman's letter describing ten difficult years of life in Mexico. Autograph Letter Signed to an unidentified friend. 8 pages, 9½ x 7½ inche
(CIVIL WAR--ART.) John Richard. Sketchbook kept by a well-known soldier/artist during the last months of the war. 55 ink and wash drawings (15 of them colored) on 30 leaves. Oblong 4to, 6½ x 11 i
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) John W. Barrett. Observant diary of an older soldier discussing freedmen and raids behind enemy lines.  manuscript diary pages in a page-a-day diary, plus 20 memoranda leav
(CIVIL WAR--MISSOURI.) J. Tilden Moulton. Two civilian letters on the violence of war-era Missouri, and three written as a soldier. 5 Autograph Letters Signed "Tilden" to his sister Caroline Moulton.