Reynolds family correspondence, 1863-1871 (bulk 1864-1865)


Collection consists almost entirely of personal letters written by Alfred C., Charles E., and James W. Reynolds to sisters and parents detailing Civil War experiences in the 128th Regiment, New York Volunteers and the 11th Light Artillery Regiment, New York. Of particular interest are accounts of the capture of Fort Morgan (1864, Aug.-Sept.), reflections on the Copperheads, Afro-American troops, General Lee, and slavery.

Format(s): Letters
Library: John Hay
Contact(s): Holly_Snyder@brown.edu

Access to the collection:

Online Catalog (JOSIAH):
General description of the collection available on JOSIAH

Other Online Access:
RIAMCO: Guide to the Reynolds family correspondence

In-house Access to the Collection:
Typescript Inventory

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