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    • Regar 127

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin. Dated April 5, 1864. 4 pages, 1 sheet.
    • Regar 125

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at Headquarters Eau Claire Union Guards, Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin. Dated March 20, 1864. 4 pages, 1 sheet.
    • Regar 11

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    • 1907
    • Three women identified as Beula, Fannie Allen Regar, and Rosie and Fannie's husband, William John Regar taken on a trip to Tampa, Florida in 1907.
    • Regar 30

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    • Three unidentified women with a dog looking through a ladder.
    • Regar 94

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    • Three unidentified men sitting on a log in the woods.
    • Regar 142

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    • Genealogical notes of Calista Norton Allen, with three newspaper clippings and a partial page glued to the main page.
    • Regar 70

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    • 1927
    • Three women and a child identified as 'Mama, Dorothy, and Genevieve at Christmas.'
    • Regar 12

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    • Three women and two children sitting on front steps. Identified as 'Mabel - Mother Winters Allen - Mrs. J. F. Allen.'
    • Regar 128

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin. Dated April 14, 1864. 4 pages, 1 sheet.
    • Regar 129

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin. Dated May 5, 1864. 4 pages on a half sheet with envelope.
    • Regar 131

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To his mother, Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at White Oak Swamp. Dated June 7, 1864. 3 pages, 1 sheet.
    • Regar 124

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To J. Frederick Allen from his brother Edward at American House. Dated January 31, 1864. 2 pages, 1 sheet.
    • Regar 267

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    • Manuscript titled Henry L. Regar at the Battle of Seven Pines by Hugh Hickman. Henry Regar was the great-great grandfather of the manuscript's author and of Donald Regar, for whom this collection is named.
    • Regar 33

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    • 1918
    • Group of seven men and three women. Two men in military uniforms; one is Samuel Max Regar.
    • Regar 35

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    • Group of four men and three woman. Samuel Max and Mary Worth Regar back right. Postcard.
    • Regar 56

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    • Three unidentified women with a dog and a cat in front of a house in Maine.

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