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    • Bone Letter, December 14, 1862

    • Correspondence; Medicine; Civil War
    • Near Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is sending his horse home with a friend and also $325, will not get to come home until spring, was not appointed surgeon to his dismay. There is also a letter written on the back to J.W. Burk.
    • Bone Letter, December 19, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military Life; Medicine; Civil War
    • Camp near Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Bone to Minerva: they are still in camp "doing nothing as fast as ever" and he does not know what their future is, he has bought a good mule to ride, he thinks he may get to come home since a new surgeon has...
    • Bone Letter, February 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: many sick in camp, saddened by the Confederate defeat at Roanoke Island but gladdened by another victory at Fort Donelson, everyone in camp admired the gray Jeans she made and want some, he is extremely busy with...
    • Bone Letter, March 17, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his camp is excited at the news that they will be discharged and sent home to stand the draft, he's not pleased to enlist for war nor does he want to be subject to a draft, he will keep his same position if he...
    • Bone Letter, March 1, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is too busy with the sick to write, he is well, they may be sent to Kentucky or Tennessee, a friend in camp will deliver money to her, advice on raising their children.
    • Bone Letter, March 11, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Medicine; Military life; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is troubled by all the sickness and death in his camp, his camp hears bad news continuously from the war, they may go to eastern Texas to try to keep the Feds from entering through Arkansas.
    • Bone Letter, March 23, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Military service; Civil War
    • Nacogdoches County, State of Texas. Minerva to Dr. Bone: she thinks it unfair for him to have to enlist or be drafted, she's worried about rumors that the Negroes will rise against the whites if any more men leave for war.
    • Bone Letter, March 30, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: health of the regiment is better, all sorts of rumors are circulating as to where they will be sent, he has not been and does not know when he will be paid, the Chief Surgeon has left because he is disliked,...
    • Bone Letter, April 13, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Family; Health; Civil War
    • Camp Young. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his regiment is breaking up and some are going home to wait for the draft and others are enlisting, he does not know what to do
    • Bone Letter, September 2, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life
    • Arkadelphia. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his regiment is hearing encouraging news from the seat of war that the Confederates are winning battles and capturing prisoners and forts, their military post is self-sufficient--little Negro boys make cartridges...
    • Bone Letter,  September 13, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life; Medicine; Health
    • Near Austin, Arkansas, Camp Holmes. Dr. Boneto Minerva: his regiment is entering the war zone, he is resigned to ignore rumors and to let time reveal their movements, one of the regiments that he sees is not doing well because of lack of...
    • Bone Letter, October 14, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Civil War
    • Near Hickory Plains, Ark. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he's not sure why they are moving in a circle unless it's to confuse the enemy, there are heavy rains and the men and horses are sick and weary.
    • Bone Letter, February 10, 1863

    • Military life; Military camps; Correspondence; Family; Civil War; Eating & drinking; Medical personnel; Medical aspects of war
    • Camp near Pine Bluff. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he had a good meal (hog jaw, peas, butter and buttermilk) when he went out of camp to see a sick soldier, sold his mule, has $525 in his pocket and will send some money home.
    • Photograph of Lera Millard Thomas

    • Portrait photographs; Girls; Hairstyles; Portrait prints; Portraits; Photographs; Pictures; Women
    • 4 x 6 inches A half-length portrait of a a young Lera Millard with her hair pinned in a bun, and styled down and across her forehead. Although the portrait is half length, the woman appears to be modestly dressed and positioned catty-cornered from...
    • Mrs. Thomas Travels to the Middle East 1983

    • Landscape photographs; Merchants; Merchandise exchanges; Mercantile facilities; Meadows; Markets; People associated with religion; People associated with manual labor; People associated with agriculture; People; Agriculture; Architecture;...
    • Mrs. Thomas took 104 photographs while traveling to the Middle East in 1983. They are mostly of landscapes, people, animals, and buildings.
    • 1917-1918 Graduation Journal of Lera Millard

    • Scrapbooks; Schools; Football; Social life; Correspondence; Graduation ceremonies; Education; Sports; Students; Student organizations; Recreation; Young adults; Youth; Baseball; Architecture; Travel; Photograph albums; Photographs; Buildings;...
    • This is a published graduation journal for Lera Millard's senior year of high school, 1917 to 1918. It has a collection of classmate pictures and her activities during her last year of high school. "The Girl Graduate Hier Own Book" designed and...


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