Civil War, 1861-1865
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a Chronology and Register prepared by Marion Crandall about her husband Dr. Andrew Wallace Crandall from 1894-1963. Also contained are Civil War diaries and letters along with World War II diaries and personal assignments and letters. The collection also contains taped lectures on the Battle of Gettysburg.
1863 map of Vicksburg with accompanying notes and Reunion photograph of 117th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
News clipping and newsletters.
MA Thesis: A Study of Methodism in Indiana During the Civil War.
The exhibit on James Riley Weaver was created in the summer of 2018 to highlight his life including his youth, service in the Union cavalry, post-war career in the foreign service and teaching creer at DePauw University. It was based on his Civil War diary, published by Kent State Uiversity Press in February 2019. The exhibit was available in the Roy O. West Library main floor exhibit cases from September 7, 2018 through July 19, 2019.
This collection consists mainly of letters written by Francis Dice to his family. It also includes some addresses give to Phi Kappa Psi members on June 19,1868; speeches; report cards from Indiana Asbury University; and an obituary notice for Mr. Dice.
Diary entries (1865) and correspondence (2005).
Poster: The Life of James Riley Weaver, presented by Wesley W. Wilson, Author and Coordinator of Archives & Special Collections, DePauw University Archives, at the Sandusky Library., 2019-04-17
Oversize photographs and manuscripts that are too large for file folders or flat boxes are stored in cabinets with flat drawers. These items are either DePauw and United methodist Church related.