Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Edgar Howard Farrar papers
This collection consists primarily of photocopies of manuscript and biographical material relating to Edgar Howard Farrar (1849-1922). There are newspaper clippings, addresses, correspondence, school exercises, telegrams, and photocopied excerpts from books. In addition, there are two original manuscript letters from Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) to Mary Stamps, Farrar's sister-in-law and Davis' niece.
George R. Wendling papers
John Monroe to Jefferson Davis telegrams
Telegrams from New Orleans Mayor John T. Monroe, and his deputy, Ducote Daponte, to Confederate President Jefferson Davis concerning Admiral Farragut's demands in the surrender of New Orleans. Dispatched in "play by play" fashion, they describe the progress of the Federal forces, the action taken against them, the attitude of the people of New Orleans and, finally, the terms demanded by Farragut.