William Aiken Kelly diaries, 1862, 1864 (photocopies)
Two journals containing holograph entries kept by Confederate Civil War officer, William Aiken Kelly. Also contains a photograph of Kelly in uniform (1862). Volume 1 (1864 Jan. 1-Dec. 31) contains brief daily entries concerning the weather, promotions, camp locations, transfers of men, and other activities. In the back of the volume are brief accounts for amounts received and paid. Volume 2 (1864 July 27-Aug 31) provides more detailed accounts of Kelly's activities.
- Kelly, William Aiken (Person)
Language of Material
Materials in English.
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Captain in the 1st South Carolina Volunteers of the Army of Northern Virginia, Company L, McGowan's Brigade.
Location of Originals
Originals returned to owner.
- Inventory of the William Aiken Kelly Diaries, 1862, 1864 (Photocopies), undated
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