By Michael Maune
Facsimiles and pictorial material documenting the American Revolution and Civil War eras. Also includes newspapers documenting Lafayette during 1885-1886.
Scope and Contents of the Materials
The Collection of Miscellaneous Facsimiles and Pictorial materials (1835-1951; 0.2 cubic feet) is an artificial collection that documents the American Revolution and Civil War eras through facsimiles of documents including the Emancipation Proclamation and the Declaration of Independence. The collection also features facsimiles of The Comet newspaper documenting Lafayette during 1885-1886. Types of materials include: document and facsimiles, a painting facsimile, and a political cartoon.
Collection Historical Note
Collection transferred from old Map Case to Flat Files and was later reorganized into three folders. Original provenance is currently unknown.
Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
Collection is open for research.
Some material may be protected under copyright. Several items credit the National Archives.
Whenever possible, original order of the materials has been retained. Some materials have been housed in polyester sleeves and all have been housed in acid-free folders and acid-free boxes.
Box and Folder Listing Browse by Folder:
[Folder OS L 5: Document facsimiles, 1861-1934
[Folder OS M 8: Document facsimiles, 1934-1982
[Folder FF 6: Painting print and newspaper, 1885-1951],
- Folder FF 6: Painting print and newspaper, 1885-1951
- Item 1: The Comet newspaper facsimile (black on white background), 18 October 1885
- Item 2: The Comet newspaper facsimile (black on white background), 20 March 1886
- Item 3: Note from Argentine Embassy, 8 October 1951
- Item 4: Print of Painting of General Jose de San Martin, 25 May 1951