Guide to the Weinstein Spanish American war collection, 1898-1909

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Guide to the Weinstein Spanish American war collection, 1898-1909

Collection number: M0277

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Department of Special Collections
  • Green Library
  • Stanford University Libraries
  • Stanford, CA 94305-6004
  • Phone: (650) 725-1022
  • Email: speccoll@sulmail.stanford.edu
  • URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
Processed by:
Special Collections staff
Date Completed:
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© 1999 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Weinstein Spanish American war collection,
Date (inclusive): 1898-1909
Collection number: Special Collections M0277
Creator: Weinstein
Extent: ca. 2 linear ft.
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

None.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item] Weinstein Spanish American war collection, M0277, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Scope and Content

Books, clippings, reports, articles, and pamphlets relating to the Spanish American war.

Container List

 

I. 1. The Soldiers' Pocket Companion. by N. Hershler, Washington, D.C.: Chapman, 1899.No cover except fragment on back.

 

2. Prowling About the Pacific by David Perry, 1909

 

3. History of Our War with Spain by James Rankin Young in collaboration with J. Hampton Moore. Chicago: Monroe Book Co., 1898.

 

4. Program: Red Cross Transport Receiving Committee Benefit. Okland, April 20, 1899.

 

5. G.O. 28, War Department, July 20, 1916.re: examinations for lieutenantcies [U.S. Infantry in the Phillipines?]

 

6. Complete Roster of the Fourteenth Manila: Amigos Del Pais, 1898, Lt. Col. Charles F. Robe, Commanding.

 

7. San Francisco Call, Aug. 24, 1899.

 

8. San Francisco Chronicle, Aug. 26, 1899.

 

9. San Francisco Examiner, July 4, 1898.

 

10. San Francisco Call, n.d. California's Glory is her Victorious Returning Sons. (Special, illustrated section).

 

11. San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 24, 1899.

 

12. Military Notes on Cuba 1909, War Department, Washington, D.C., G.P.O. 1909(lacking spine).

 

13-15. The Campaign of Santiago de Cuba by Herbert H. Sargent. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co. 1907.

 

16. U.S. Navy Ships; USS Abarenda to USS Lancaster. Typed list (roster) with red pencil corrections.

 

17. U.S. Navy Ships; USS Maine to USS Yukon, Same description as No. 16.

 

18. U.S. Navy L to Z. See No. 16.

 

19. California Heavy Artillery; Batteries A-D. Typed roster with red pencil check marks.

 

20. First California Volunteer Infantry. Typed roster with red pencil checks and additions.

 

21. Sixth California Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

22. Seventh California Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

23. Eighth California Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

24. Alabama Volunteer Infantry, Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, Colorado Volunteer Ligth Artillery, Porto [sic] Rico Volunteer Infantry, First Territorial Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

25. Connecticut Volunteer Infantry - Georgia Light Artillery. See No. 20.

 

26. First Idaho Volunteer Infantry - 2nd Louisiana Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

27. 1st Illinois Volunteer Infantry - Illinois Volunteer Artillery, Battery A. See No. 20.

 

28. Iowa Colunteer Infantry 49th-52nd - Light Artillery Battery 6. See No. 20.

 

29. Kansas Volunteer Infantry 20th-21st. See No. 20.

 

30. Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 2nd-9th - Heavy Artillery Battery K. See No. 20.

 

31. First Maine Volunteer Infantry - 35th Michigan Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

32. First Missouri Volunteer Infantry - Artillery Batter. See No. 20.

 

33. 1st Mississippi Volunteer Infantry - 3rd Nebraska Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

34. Minnesota Volunteer Infantry 12th-15th. See No. 20.

 

35. New York Volunteer Infantry..., Artillery... Cavalry. See No. 20.

 

36. First Nevada Volunteer Infantry - 3rd North Carolina Volunteer Infantry. See No. 20.

 

37. First Ohio Volunteer Infantry - Ohio Artillery Battery H. See No. 20.

 

38. First Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry - Cavalry Governor's Troop. See No. 20.

 

40. 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry - Wyoming Volunteer Artillery Battery C. See No. 20.

 

41. Indiana Volunteer Infantry - Artillery, Battery 28. See No. 20.

 

42. Utah Volunteer Artillery - West Virginia Volunteer Infantry, 2nd. See No. 20.

 

43. U.S. Infantry, 1st-5th. See No. 20.

 

44. U.S. Infantry, 6th-10th. See No. 20.

 

45. U.S. Infantry, 11th-15th. See No. 20.

 

46. U.S. Infantry, 16th-20th. See No. 20.

 

47. U.S. Infantry, 21st-25th. See No. 20.

 

48. U.S. Infantry, 26th-30th. See No. 20.

 

49. U.S. Volunteer Infantry, 1st-10th. See No. 20.

 

50. U.S. Volunteer Infantry, 26th-31st. See No. 20.

 

51. U.S. Volunteer Infantry, 32nd-37th. See No. 20.

 

52. U.S. Volunteer Infantry, 38th-43rd. See No. 20.

 

53. U.S. Volunteer Infantry, 44th-49th. See No. 20.

 

54. San Francisco Call, Sept. 22, 1899,

Physical Description: clipping
 

55. A Daily History of the War [1899]

Physical Description: clipping.
 

56. Oakland Call, Aug. 25, 1899.clipping re: return of the Sherman.

 

57. San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 24, 1899.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

58. San Francisco Chronicle, Aug. 26, 1899.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

59. San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 17, 22, 1899.

Physical Description: clippings.
 

60. San Francisco Chronicle, Aug. 20, 1900.

Physical Description: clipping
 

61. San Francisco Examiner, May 11, 1900.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

62. San Francisco Chronicle, May 24, 1901.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

63. San Francisco Chronicle, May 31, 1902.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

64. Leslies Monthly, 1898,re: Phillipines

Physical Description: 2 articles
 

65. San Francisco Examiner, April 19, 1898.

Physical Description: clippings.
 

66. San Francisco Examiner, May 26, 1898.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

67. San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 10, 1898.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

68. San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 15, 1898.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

69. San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 18, 1898.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

70. San Francisco Examiner, Feb. 16, 1899.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

71. San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 26, 1899.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

72. San Francisco Call, Nov. 22, 1899.

Physical Description: clipping.
 

73. Military Proclamation - Phillippines, Dec. 20, 1900.ptd.

 

74. Envelope of Pamphlets etc:

Scope and Content Note

  1. N. D. (May 5), A.L.S. La Carolata Negras, Henry to Dear Mama, 16 pp.
  2. The Soldier's Letter, Vol. 1, No. 1, Nov. 1898, Ms. notes on cover.
  3. Souvenir Programme for the Grand Military Entertainment for Father McKinnon Monument Fund. 1/28/03.
  4. The Phillippine Expedition 1898. Pacific Mutual Insurance Company of California. Photo pamphlet.
  5. Photograph by Andrew P. Hill. Portrait of a soldier in uniform. unidentified [California Vol.].
  6. On the Pacific with Our Navy. Portland, Me.: L.H. Nelson Co. [1898] Illustrated pamphlet.
  7. Souvenir Program; Military Athletics, Presentation and Colors and Grand Ball, by First Regiment Infantry N.G.C.; In Commemoration of the Muster Out of the Regiment... Sept. 21, 1899. Sacramento, Owen H. Smith, 1905.