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Coll. No. 433
Scope and Content Note
Includes letters of Adelbert Reed; letters, pamphlets, order papers, certificates, and address cards of several soldiers; four reports and a notice of 121st reunions; five rosters of the 121st New York Volunteer Association; History of the 121st New York State Infantry, by Isaac O. Best; Report of the Gettysburg Monument Committee of the 121st N.Y. Volunteers; five muster rolls; Christian W. Lucius power of attorney paperwork; an 1865 inventory and inspection report of a 121st camp and garrison; a roster and payroll; and a recruitment broadside.
The 121st New York Infantry Regiment served during the U.S. Civil War. They are also known as the 121st New York Volunteers, the 121st New York State Infantry Regiment, and 121st New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
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