Union League Heritage Center, Abraham Lincoln Foundation, John M. Butler Diary

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John M. Butler Civil War diary, 1862-1863, during his first year of service with the Ohio 101st Volunteer Infantry and his capture and imprisonment (transcription available), with letters, 1862-1864; Allen Butler pocket diary and scrapbook with letters home, 1918, while serving with 313th Infantry, 79th Division, military papers, and photographs; Frederick Y. Butler military papers, 1940’s-1950’s, photographs. Jay Cooke snapshots, and other family objects and ephemera. John M. Butler joined the Union League on November 19, 1866.

Title: John M. Butler diary
Authors: Butler, John Morris, (1842-1904)
Call number: UL XI.4.3
(Philadelphia, The Heritage Center of The Union League of Philadelphia)
Publisher: The Heritage Center of The Union League of Philadelphia
Language  English.
Date: From 1862 to 1863
Place: Ohio. Tennessee. Mississippi. Georgia. Virginia, Alabama, Kentucky, Maryland
Extent: 246; page dimensions: 128 x 79; bound to: 130 x 84
Subjects names: United States. Army. Ohio Infantry Regiment-101st (1862-1865), Libby Prison
Subjects topical: United States–History–Civil War–1861-1865, United States–History–Civil War–1861-1865–Prisoners and prisons
Genres: Diaries
Manuscripts– American–19th century

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