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1 Broad Street old and historic district, Richmond, Virginia : guidelines and standards 1986 Zehmer, John G. (John Granderson), 1942-
2 Encampment of Union prisoners at Belle Isle, Richmond, Virginia 1863-10-17 Wrigley, Harry E.
3 Exterior view of the Libey Prison, Richmond, Virginia 1863-10-17 Wrigley, Harry E.
4 View of Richmond, Virginia, from the Libey Prison 1863-10-24 Wrigley, Harry E.
5 Interior of Libey Prison, Richmond, Va. 1863-10-17 Wrigley, Harry E.
6 Preliminary architectural character overview of the three blocks of Oregon Hill contained by Belvidere, Cumberland, S. Cherry and Cary Street - Document 1975 Wright, Cox, and Smith
7 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood interview (2000-01-08) 2000-01-08 Wood, Mrs. Charles
8 Letter from Charles Whalen to L. S. Joynes, 1864 October 1864-10 Whalen, Charles
9 Letter from Charles Whalen to L. S. Joynes, 1864 October Letter from Charles Whalen to L. S. Joynes, 1864 October 412 1864-10 Whalen, Charles
10 Letter from Charles Whalen to L. S. Joynes, 1864 October Letter from Charles Whalen to L. S. Joynes, 1864 October 411 1864-10 Whalen, Charles
11 Roy A. West interview (2000-04-05) 2000-04-05 West, Roy A.
12 Letter from B. R. Wellford and L. S. Joynes to F. Sorrel, 1862 August 5 1862-08-05 Wellford, B. R. (Beverley Randolph)
13 Letter from B. R. Wellford and L. S. Joynes to F. Sorrel, 1862 August 5 Letter from B. R. Wellford and L. S. Joynes to F. Sorrel, 1862 August 5 502 1862-08-05 Wellford, B. R. (Beverley Randolph)
14 Letter from B. R. Wellford and L. S. Joynes to F. Sorrel, 1862 August 5 Letter from B. R. Wellford and L. S. Joynes to F. Sorrel, 1862 August 5 501 1862-08-05 Wellford, B. R. (Beverley Randolph) 3
15 Nellie Weatherless interview (2000-04-16) 2000-04-16 Weatherless, Nellie
16 Cold Harbor, nine miles from Richmond, VA., near General M'Clellan's Head-Quarters - Scene of a skirmish on May 24 1862-06-07 Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891
17 Army of the Potomac -- the Rebels evacuating Mechanicsville under the fire of Union batteries 1862-06-21 Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891
18 Released prisoners returning to the camp of the Thirty-First Regiment New York Volunteers (Franklin's Division), from Richmond, Virginia 1862-02-01 Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891
19 Rebel iron-clad fleet forcing the obstructions in James River 1865-02-11 Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891
20 Richmond ladies going to receive government rations 1865-06-03 Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891

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