|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||Eugene W. Baylor list, envelope, and letterhead|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Eugene W. Baylor was a Lieutenant, Captain, and Major in the Louisiana Artillery with the Army of Tennessee. He was assistant Quartermaster on General Braxton Bragg's staff in the Stone River Campaign and a Quartermaster during the Atlanta Campaign.
This collection consists of four items including a twenty dollar C.S.A. bill, an envelope, and two pieces of letterhead. On the reverse of the twenty dollar C.S.A bill is written a list of campaigns in Louisiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Georgia from Forts Jackson and St. Philips, Louisiana to Jonesboro, Georgia. A note at the bottom reads, "E. W. Baylor, Lieutenant, Capt, 1st (?) La. Arty. Major (illegible) 1861-1865." The envelope is addressed from General Beauregard to Major Baylor. The letterhead is from a United Confederate Veterans Camp and reads "General Turner Ashby Camp, State of Virginia Department, No. 22,...United Confederate Veteran Camp No. 240...Winchester, Virginia."
[item identification], Eugene W. Baylor list, envelope, and letterhead, MS 58, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of anonymous donor, 1944.
Collection is open for research.
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|$20.00 bill on verso of which is a list of campaigns in Louisiana, Kentucky,Tennessee, Mississippi, and Georgia, from Fort Jackson and St. Philips, Louisiana, to Jonesboro, Georgia. At bottom is written "E.W. Baylor, Lieutenant, Capt. 1st La. Arty. Major...1861-65"|
|Envelope, "From Genl. Beauregard to Major Baylor at Genl. Walker's resident or St. Charles Str. N.O." In hand of General Beauregard|
|Two letterheads of "General Turner Ashby Camp, State of Virginia Department, No. 22; United Confederate Veteran Camp No. 240, Winchester, Virginia|