BINNING (WAYNE) COLLECTION

Mss. 2043

Inventory

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University

Reformatted 2003

Revised 2011

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................... 3
BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE ...................................................................................... 4
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE ................................................................................................... 4
LIST OF IMAGES .......................................................................................................................... 5
INDEX TERMS .............................................................................................................................. 7
CONTAINER LIST ........................................................................................................................ 8

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SUMMARY

Size.

91 items

Geographic locations.

Mississippi, Florida

Inclusive dates.

1830-1896

Bulk dates.

1830-1896

Language.

English

Summary.

Collection is comprised mostly of images of military and civilian personages; among them are clergymen, diplomats, abolitionists, actors, educators, royalty, and politicians. Other papers relate to the Florida territorial period, the first railroads in Florida, shipping, and transportation of the insane.

Restrictions on access.

If microfilm is available, photocopies must be made from microfilm.

Related collections.

None.

Copyright.

Copyright of the original materials is retained by descendants of the creators in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

Citation.

Wayne Binning Collection, Mss. 2043, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.

Stack locations.

U:114

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

Wayne Binning was a professor of history at the University of Mississippi.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Collection is comprised mostly of images of military and civilian personages; among them are clergymen, diplomats, abolitionists, actors, educators, royalty, and politicians. Included are Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, Jefferson Davis, General Benjamin Butler, John Wilkes Booth, and General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. Miscellaneous papers (1830-1896) relate to the Florida territorial period, the first railroads in Florida, shipping, and transportation of the insane.

LIST OF IMAGES

Albert, Queen & Prince, Great Britain

Allen, Henry Watkins, C.S.A. General and Governor of Louisiana State University

Anderson, Robert Houstoun, C.S.A. General

Baldin, H., 1866

Barnum, Phineas Taylor, founder of “The greatest show on Earth”

Benjamin, J.P., C.S.A. Cabinet Officer

Bismark, Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince von, German Statesman

Blair, Francis P., [Jr.], U.S. Army C.W. General and Statesman

Booth, Edwin, Shakespearean actor and brother of John Wilkes Booth

Booth, John Wilkes (2 pictures), actor and Lincoln’s assassin

Brown, John, fanatic abolitionist

Buckner, Simon Bolivar, C.S.A. Germany

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, U.S. Army C.W. General and politician

Carlotta, Express of Mexico and wife of Maximillian, Archduke of Austria

Chase, Salmon Portland, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury and statesman

Colfax, Schuyler, U.S. politician, Speaker of the House, and vice-president under Grant

Davis, Jefferson, C.S.A. President (2 pictures)

Dickens, Charles, English novelist

Dickenson, Anna E., American author and lecturer on abolition, women’s rights and temperance.

Emanuel, Victor, King of Italy

Ewell, Richard “Dick” Stoddert, C.S.A. General

Farragut, David Glasgow, U.S. Navy C.W. Admiral

Favre, Jules Claude Gabriel, French statesmen and leader in provisional government of 2nd Republic after 1848 Revolution

Fisk, James Jr., American financial buccaneer

Forrest, Edwin, American Shakespearean actor

Frederick, Charles, Prince of Prussia

Frederick, William, Crown Prince of Prussia

Garibaldi, Giuseppe, Italian patriot

Grant, Ulysses Simpson, U.S. Army C.W. General and President

Grant & Colfax (duet) see above

Greeley, Horace, Editor and Politician (2 pictures)

Hill, Ambrose Powell, C.S.A. General

Hoffman, John T., American politician, mayor and governor of New York

Hood, John Bell, C.S.A. General

Hyacinthe, Father (Carmelite name for Charles Loyson), excommunicated French theologian

Jackson, Thomas “Stonewall” Jonathon, C.S.A. General

Johnson, Albert Sidney, C.S.A. General

Johnson, Joseph Eggleston (“Joe”), C.S.A. General

Josephine, Empress of the French and wife of Napoleon

Lee, Robert Edward, C.S.A. General

Lincoln, Abraham, 16th U.S. President

Lincoln, Mary Todd, Wife of Abraham Lincoln

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, American Poet, editor and educator

Longstreet, James (“Pete”), C.S.A. General

Luther, Martin, German leader of Protestant reformation

McClellan, George Brinton & Wife, U.S. Army C.W. General

M’Culloch, Ben, C.S.A. General

McMahan, Marshal

McTyeire, Hollond Nimmons, American Bishop of Methodist Episcopal Church influential in founding Vanderbilt University

Maffit, John Newland, C.S.N. Captain (of the “Florida”)

Magruder, John Bankhead (“Prince John”), C.S.A. General

Marshall, Humphrey, C.S.A. General

Mason, John M[itchell], Presbyterian clergyman and educator

Maximillian, Austrian archduke, Emperor of Mexico

Molke, Helmuth Karl Bernhard, Count von, Prussian Field Marshal

Morgan, John Hunt, C.S.A. General

Mosby, John Singleton, C.S.A. General

Nilsson, Christine, Swedish operatic soprano

Peabody, George, American financier and philanthropist

Pendleton, George H., U.S. lawyer and politician, antiwar democrat in Civil War Congress

Pomeroy, Marcus Mills, printer, publisher, humorist; pen name “Brick Pomeroy”

Price, Sterling (“Pap”), C.S.A. General

Rodgers, John, U.S. Navy C.W. Commodore

Prussia, Emperor of

Scott, Winfield, U.S. Army C.W. General

Semmes, Raphael, C.S.A. Rear Admiral

Seward, William Henry, U.S. Secretary of State

Seymour, Horatio, Governor of New York

Seymour and Blair, duet, see above

Sheridan, Philip H., U.S. Army C.W. General (“Little Phil”), (2 pictures)

Sherman, William Tecumseh, U.S. Army C.W. General, First President of LSU

Sibley, Henry Hopkins, C.S.A. General

Slidell, John, Confederate diplomat

Stephens, A.H., C.S.A. Vice president, Governor of Georgia

Stevens, Thaddeus, Radical Republican and abolitionists

Taylor, Richard (“Dick”), C.S.A. General

Tweed, William B.

Van Dorn, Earl, C.S.A. General

Victoria, Queen of Great Britain

Wheeler, Joseph (“Fightin’ Joe”), C.S.A. General

William I, German Emperor

Woodsham, L.H.

Zollicoffer, Felix Kirk, C.S.A. General

Unidentified Freemason

INDEX TERMS

Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865.

Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893.

Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889.

Florida--History.

Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885.

Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.

Photographic prints.

Railroads--Florida.

CONTAINER LIST

Stack

Location

Box

Folders

Contents

U:114

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1

Territory of Florida (1830, 1832)

2

State of Florida (1850, 1877-1896)

3

Images A-B

4

Images C-F

5

Images G-J

6

Images L-Mc

7

Images M

8

Images N-R

9

Images S

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Images T-Z; unidentified Freemason