• Clark, Paul Charles, 1920- Genealogical Information, 1966. 2 items. Genealogical information (copy) on the Clark family containing anecdotes about the Civil War, Paul Revere, and the American Revolutionary War. Includes campaign card. Bio: Clark was born in Niles, MI in 1920. He was a candidate for state senator in 1966.
  • Douglass, George, 1843- Biographical Affadavit, 1914. 1 folder. Biographical affadavit, Jan. 1, 1914, apparently to prove his age without having a birth certificate. He served in the Civil War, but not in a Michigan unit. Bio: Douglass was born on Oct. 27, 1843 in New York (state) and moved to Vergennes Township (Kent County, MI) with his father in 1853. Douglass served in the Civil War and was discharged in Tennessee at age 20 on Dec. 29, 1863.
  • Dunbar, Richard J., transcriber. Civil War letters by great uncles of Winsor S. Dunbar..., 1862, 1978. 1 v. (in 1 folder), ill. Photocopied and transcribed Civil War letters of brothers George H. Wood, William P. Wood (also known as Billy), and Charles W. Wood, 1862-1865, to their parents and siblings, and letters from their father, George Folger Wood, in the 1870s. There is also a photograph of the three brothers and family genealogy. Bio: The three Wood brothers all apparently joined Wisconsin regiments in Madison (WI) when their parents lived in Sauk County (WI).
  • Ely, Ralph, 1819-1893. Papers, 1863-1943, 1861-1869. 9 items. Papers, include: diary, transcript of diary, and genealogies. Diary discusses health, unit movements, daily activities, negroes, and contains detailed descriptions of scouting activities. Includes brief service history. Born in New York State in 1819, Ely moved to Ionia County (MI) in 1846; moved to Alma (Mich.) in 1854, and served with the 8th Michigan Infantry, Company C. He rose to the rank of brigadier general. Ely became a state senator in 1873.