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MS Am 1980

Lockwood, Philip Case, 1844-1897, collector. Philip Case Lockwood memorial collection of Civil War portraits and autographs: Guide.

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Descriptive Summary

Call No.: MS Am 1980
Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Creator: Lockwood, Philip Case, 1844-1897, collector.
Title: Philip Case Lockwood memorial collection of Civil War portraits and autographs,
Date(s): 1862- 1886.
Quantity: 1 collection (1 v. (.38 linear ft.)
Abstract: Scrapbook collection of Civil War photographs and autographs, assembled by Philip Case Lockwood.

Immediate Source of Acquisition:

Gift of Mary Jane Lockwood, in the name of her nephew Hamilton De Forest Lockwood, A.B. 1890, received: 1 July1908.
Recataloged from: X5.4*
Upon the death of Philip Case Lockwood in 1897, the collection became the property of his sister, Mary Jane Lockwood. The printed introductory note in this volume details the provenance and mentions that Mary Jane Lockwood also assisted with the mounting of the collection in its present form.

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Biographical / Historical

Born in Charlestown, Mass., Philip Lockwood began collecting autographs of general officers in the Union Army in the second year of the Civil War when he was eighteen years old. In response to his requests for autographs, the officers also sent notes and photographs.

Arrangement

Arranged primarily in alphabetical order.

Scope and Contents

Scrapbook collection of Civil War photographs, biographical sketches, notes, and autographs, assembled by Philip Case Lockwood, beginning in 1862. His collection expanded beyond the original goal of collecting the autographs of Union generals to include those of members of the Cabinet and a few naval officers, until it comprised 621 names in all. Lockwood's annotations on each officer's career accompany the individual's autograph and photograph. Also contains a photograph of Lockwood, taken in London on 30 Oct. 1886.

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