Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall)
- Existence: 1824 - 1863
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Cabinet Cards of Robert E. Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, and other Confederate States of America generals
File includes an obituary of John Lyle Campbell Sr. by the Lexington Gazette, a biography writtten by his son Robert Fishburne Campbell, and copies of letters between Robert E. Lee and Prof. Campbell as well as T.J. Jackson and Prof. Campbell.
Material about Civil War commemorative events, a map of Stonewall Jackson's movements, a summary of the Battle of Antietam, a copy of A House Divided: The Civil War Letters of a Virginia Family, by W.G. Bean, a piece about Jefferson Davis, and an extract from 'The Congressional Globe' from January 21, 1861 about seccesion.
A collection of 17 photographs, copies, and postcards related to Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall' Jackson, his first wife Elinor Junkin and second wife Mary anna Morrison. The collection includes two original cartes de visite. One, a retouched image of Jackson in his pre - Civil War U.S. Army uniform without a photographer's imprint and the other, a view of his grave by Michael Miley, of Lexington, Va., c. 1870 - 75.The postcards date to the mid 20th century.
This collection consists of a color postcard of the equestrian statue of Stonewall Jackson in Charlottesville, Va. The sculptor was Charles Keck, and the postcard was published by the Roanoke Photo Finishing Co., Roanoke, Va.
A total of 15 postcards from the early 20th century (1905 - 1930) with subjects that include: Musée du Louvre; Paris, France; East Lexington, Va., Old Deerfield, Ma., Lexington, Ky., London, England; Washington and Lee University, VA; Chicago; Stonewall Jackson on horseback, Tucker Hall at Washington and Lee University, and Woodrow Wilson prior to his presidency. One of Woodrow Wilson postcards is 1912 presidential campaign related and one is real photo portrait.
Includes membership records, officers' reports, business papers, subscription library records, minutes of the Society's meetings and debates. Includes receipts and letters expressing pleasure at being honored by the society. Receipt dated December 2, 1841 from Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson while he was a Virginia constable, which was later given to the Franklin Society.
Letters written at Washington College by Selden to his sister, Mary Byrd ('Mollie') Selden describing college life. One letter refers to the death of Gen. Stonewall Jackson and the ceremonies attendant to his burial. Others include a letter from Alexander L. Nelson, Professor of Mathematics at the College, commending Selden; a letter after Selden left Washington College and joined the 3rd Virginia Cavalry.
This file consists of an undated manuscript entitled "Historic Lexington," which inlcudes photos of Lexington's confederate monuments and historic markers. Also includes captioning with basic historical information on the sites depicted in the photographs.
This minute book contains Executive Committee minutes, treasurer's reports, and plans for a monument to Stonewall Jackson in the Lexington Cemetery. Also included a four page pamphlet, "As Others See, Stonewall Jackson Memorial, Inc., Lexington, Virginia, Editorial Comment, Comments by Columnists, and Comments by Individuals.
File includes "Stonewall," a commemorative section of The News-Gazette concerning the Jackson Statue Rededication. In addition, a set of remarks and notes by Mayor Derrick and papers of lectures given by Mary Coulling, Robert F. Hunter, James I. Robertson, Jr., and the Frederick Ladies Relief Society. Program and brochure.
File includes eleven photocopies, black and white and color of Moor as Jackson, one of which is at Virginia Military Institute. Two color photos.
This collection is a narrative written by John Newton Lyle, who was a member of the Liberty Hall Volunteers and Stonewall Jackson Brigade during the American Civil War. Includes 'Sketches found in a Confederate veterans's desk' (1913) and an undated supplement 'Stonewall Jackson's Guard'.
This file consists of a letter to Mrs. T. J. Jackson from the Lexington Cemetery Trustees offering 'a suitable place for the erection of a monument to your lamented husband ... the circle situated in the center of the cemetary.
This letter was written by Mary G. Slaughter on February 27, 1866 to Robert E. Lee. Slaughter writes to introduce Stark Arnold to Lee as the nephew of Stonewall Jackson. She vouches for his integrity and explains his situation of desiring an education without direct means. She requests that Lee assist him in gaining an education.
Includes 82 items collected by Charles Manson Crutchfield, including 38 photographs some of which are of Confederate generals and were taken by Michael Miley, postcards and printed materials, most of which concern Washington and Lee University and the surrounding city of Lexington, Virginia during the 1880's