23 items found
Collection ID is exactly "6" AND Folder is exactly "7"
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OVERSIZED (continued) - Box: 11 Folder: 7 Item: 1

OVERSIZED (continued) - Box: 11 Folder: 7 Item: 1

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U.S. - Commission of Richard K. Call as Brigadier General, Militia of West Florida, February 1, 1823, 1 p., signed by President James Monroe and Secretary of War John C. Calhoun. [Separated from Box 1, File Folder 18; see Separation Sheet]
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OVERSIZED (continued) - Box: 10 Folder: 7 Item: 1

OVERSIZED (continued) - Box: 10 Folder: 7 Item: 1

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Letter, August 10, 1837, George M. Boyd, Boston, to Governor Richard K. Call, Tallahassee, 4 pp.: ''Many years [have passed since] you and I passed near the waters of Mobile bay. I have . . . always heard with pleasure of your prosperity and honorable advancement in life. I have several times been at the point of addressing you [but] the idea that I might be encroaching upon your more valuable time has deterred me . . .'' Requests Call's help in securing ''the free admission of foreigners to the full enjoyment. . . of the privileges of citizens'' and mentions seeing Sam Houston in New Orleans. On verso, Call writes, ''G. M. Boyd, a gallant soldier and true friend.'' [Extremely fragile. Two lower corners detached. Two upper corners missing: text lost.] [Separated from Box 1, File Folder 3; see Separation Sheet]
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 5 Folder: 7 Item: 1

CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 5 Folder: 7 Item: 1

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Clippings from diary, 1840s (2 pieces)
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 4 Folder: 7 Item: 1

CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 4 Folder: 7 Item: 1

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Scrapbook (6 of 32), ''Political Record,'' brief manuscript notes, n.d. (''Adams, Slade and Fillmore run together'') (1 p.); and newspaper clipping (photocopy) containing letters by or about Millard Fillmore, n.d. (1 p.).
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 2 Folder: 7 Item: 1

CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 2 Folder: 7 Item: 1

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Manuscript, Ellen Call Long, Florida Breezes, pp. 309-331 (folder 3 of 8)
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 9

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 9

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Letter, March 26, 1863, Lardner Gibbon, Mobile, Alabama, to ''My Dear Friend,'' 4 pp., relating his meeting with author Octavia Walton Le Vert and his impressions of her personally and as a writer. Also briefly mentions being ''on Engineer Duty -- don't care for rank, and don't particularly want it. . .''
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 8

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 8

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Letter, March 19, 1862, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Thomas J. Perkins, 2 pp., responding to a conversation ''in which my loyalty to the south was called in question. . . In the hope of inducing my accuser or accusers to meet me face to face, with his false and malicious accusations [I] request you will do me the . . . favour to shew this letter, to each of [them] . . . although I opposed secession, with all I desired the command of the Troops engaged in the defence of Florida. And though I have not obtained that command . . . My very willingness to take command and risk life and fortune . . . must give the lie to all who accuse me of disloyalty to the South . . .'' [Multiple tears and holes: text lost]
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 7

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 7

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Letter, March 14, 1862, Edmond Powell, Camp Wynne's Mill, to ''My dear Mother'' [Cloe], Lake Jackson, 4 pp., regarding his regiment's military preparations and activities in Virginia: ''We have been on the Peninsula five or six months and have not got into a fight yet . . . Col. Ward received orders this evening to march towards New Port News. . . I do not know wether they will have any fighting to do or not, for our steamer the Merrimac used up their (the Yankees) war boats, so bad, I think they are afraid to shew their faces. The Merrimac sank one of the Yankees first class Frigates and burnt another besides injuring one or two more. . . I have been unhealthy for a good while, from being exposed to the weather, which has been very bad. We commenced building winter quarters in december but, I did not get into a house before February . . . you can judge for yourself what kind of weather we have in Virginia. . . I get a plenty to eat and drink (I do not mean whiskey). . . Give my respects to all the people on both Plantations. Tell Aunt Peggy I have not forgot that Yankees head yet, the first battle I get into, I am going to try and crack one over with my rifle. I will not take the trouble to bring his head home; but I will bring a lock of hair. . .''
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 6

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 6

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Letter, August 24, 1861, J. H. Kirkman, Camp Yancey, Warrington, Florida, to ''My Dear Cousin'' [Ellen Call Long], 3 pp., regarding military preparations for war: ''. . . we are at present very busy in repairing our batteries [and] have been drilling nearly all day at Battallion Drill at double quick. . . There is a rumor. . . that we are to fight here in ten days or two weeks. . . He (Gen. Bragg) is letting those who are unfit for duty have discharge. . . Some suppose to select the best drilled Regiments to be the storming party. Ergo, we are exerting ourselves to the utmost as we wish to be selected. There is to be a Mississippian shot here next month, for killing a Sergeant whilst in the discharge of his duty. I am expecting, every day, an order . . . to join McFarland's company in the 4th Ala. Regt, whither I am very anxious to be transferred. But intend remaining here to participate in the Pickens fight if it is to come off soon. . . I wish to be at the taking of Washington City. I do hope they will fight here soon, as I am very tired waiting. . . If I go to Virginia I will seek out cousin Mary's husband. . .''
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