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Guide to the New York State National Guard, 9th Regiment Collection
1812-1961
 MS 3085

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Container List

Series VI: Scrapbooks, 1812-1950. 3.44 Linear feet

Scope and Contents

This series contains scrapbooks filled with newspaper clippings, typescripts of historical documents, ephemera, and more about the regiment. Two scrapbooks focus upon the life and career of Colonel James Roosevelt Hitchcock.

Arrangement

The "Press Campfire and GAR" scrapbook and "Death of Colonel J.R. Hitchcock" have been placed into folders and housed in record carton. The 9th Regiment scrapbook has been placed in an oversized folder, whilst the Colonel James Roosevelt Hitchcock Memorial scrapbook is contained in its own document box.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 8 Colonel James Roosevelt Hitchcock Memorial Scrapbook

Scope and Contents

Book memorializing the life and career of Colonel James Roosevelt Hitchcock. The pages are thick, almost wood-like.

1878
Box: 10 Death of Colonel J.R. Hitchcock Scrapbook

Scope and Contents

Scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings related to the death of Colonel J.R. Hitchcock.

1878
Box: 5 Folder : 29 The Press Campfire & GAR Scrapbook

Scope and Contents

Grand Army of the Republic scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings of newspaper column "the Press Campfire."

1898-1901
Box: 9 9th Regiment Scrapbook (1799-1917)

Scope and Contents

Scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings, typescripts of historical documents, invitations, ephemera, and more. It should be noted that the majority of the scrapbook focuses upon 1799-1917, however there are some documents from the 1940s-1950s. The earliest original documents are two orders dating from 1812 and 1814. Other original documents date from the late 1860s and after.

1812-1950

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