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    • 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 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 132

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. To his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia. Dated June 16, 1864. 2 pages on a half sheet.
    • Regar 134

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    • c. 1864
    • Civil War Poem. Handwritten poem entitled 'They have left us here to die' and 'Composed at Sumter Prison by Hyatt of the 118th P.A.'
    • Regar 133

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    • 1864
    • Civil War Letter. Presumably to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at [Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia?]. Undated.
    • Regar 135

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    • 1865
    • Civil War Letter. To his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, from J. Frederick Allen at Jacksonville, following his release from Andersonville Prison. Dated May 7, 1865
    • 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.

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