John T. Wilder Papers
L 276, OB 55, OBC 1
1858-2002, bulk 1861-1864
1 mss. box, 2 os. folders

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Reprocessed by: Elizabeth M. Wilkinson, August 2005


Biographical Note:

John Thomas Wilder was born January 31, 1830 in New York to Reuben and Mary (Merritt) Wilder. Wilder attended common schools until the age of fourteen when he moved to Columbus, Ohio to apprentice as a draftsman in a millwright plant. After several years in Ohio he moved to Greensburg, Indiana and established his own mill and foundry business. He married Martha J. Stewart in Decatur County, Indiana on May 18, 1858. Together they had five daughters and one son named Mary, Annie, Rachel, Martha, Stewart, and Edith.

Wilder enlisted as a private in the 1st Independent Battery on April 21, 1861. Gov. Oliver P. Morton appointed him to the rank of Liet. Colonel of the 17th Indiana Volunteer Infantry on June 4, 1861, and then to the rank of full Colonel in March of 1862. He was later given command of a brigade which served at Munfordville, Kentucky.

In June 1863 in a battle of Hoover’s Gap of the Cumberland Mountains Wilder’s Brigade managed to dislodge the Confederate forces and open the gap which had formally held firm in an attempt to give Bragg’s army time to fall back to Chattanooga. This engagement caused the brigade to gain the title of “Wilder’s Lighting Brigade.” This brigade differed from other Union brigades in that its men were equipped with Spencer repeating rifles and its troopers were mounted. In a major battle at Chickamauga Wilder’s Lighting Brigade conducted itself with such distinction that Wilder was recommended for promotion to brigadier-general by Major-General George H. Thomas. Wilder was brevetted Brigadier-General on Aug 7, 1864. He resigned from the Army on October 5, 1864.

After the war Wilder moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee where he purchased the Rockwood Iron property and in 1867 organized the Roane Iron Works. In 1870 he built a rail mill in Chattanooga. In the world of business he held the offices of General manager of the Roane Iron Works; President of the Wilder Machine Works; Vice president of the C. C. & C. Railroad; President of the Roane Mountain Hotel Company; and General manager of the Fentress Coal & Coke Company. He held the civic offices of mayor and postmaster of Chattanooga, pension agent at Knoxville, and as a commissioner of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park. General Wilder retired from work in 1911.

Mrs. Martha Wilder passed away in February 1892. General Wilder married Dora E. Lee in 1904. General Wilder passed away October 20, 1917 in Jacksonville, Florida

 Source:
 
Hale, Will T. and Dixon L. Merritt. A History of Tennessee and Tennesseans. Vol. 6. Chicago: Lewis Publ. Co., 1913. 1608-1613.
“John Thomas Wilder.” Dictionary of American Biography. Farmington Hills, Mich: Thomas Gale, 2005.

 Scope and Content Note:

The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence to John T. Wilder during the Civil War written by family, friends, officials, and soldiers. Also included are official war time documents, topographical maps, some correspondence with Civil war veterans, and a few documents related to Wilder’s business interests in Tennessee. This collection is organized chronologically.


Item Listing:

Folder 1.  Correspondence, 1858-1861  (31 items)
1858, Oct. 25	Rees, David E. to John Calder.  ALS
1859, May 3	Taggart, Sam’l to J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1860, Mar. 26	Harrison, W. G. to “Old friend.” ALS
1860, Jul. 9	Elmendorf, M. A. “Your affectionate sister” to Dear Brother and sister.  ALS
1860, Jul. 12	Burkam, J. H. to Jno. Wilder.  ANS
1861, Feb. 18	Wilder, A. F. to Dear Brother.  ALS
1861, Mar. 23	Wilder, M. J. to My Dear Husband.  ALS
1861, May 20	Wallace, J. M. to Capt. Wilder.  ANS
1861, Jun. 6	Kilborn, W. to Lt. Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jun. 10	Head Quarters Camp Morton, List of officers paying for memorial sword and sash for 
                                Adj. Gen. Noble.  ADS
1861, Jun. 11	Harvey(?), B. H. to J. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 6	Kersteller, Ed. R.  by order of Col. Hascall.  ADS
1861, Jul. 6	Lew, J. M. to Dear Colonel.  ALS
1861, Jul. 8	Hascall, Milo S. to Lt. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 10	Hascall, Milo S. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 10	Hitchins, Joseph H. to Mr.  Fravenes(?).  ANS
1861, July 11	Lew, J. M. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 11	Suerken(?), H. to Sir.  ALS
1861, Jul. 12	Hascall, Milo S. to Lt. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 15	Stewart, C. J. to Lt. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 16	Hascall, Milo S. to Liut. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Jul. 16	Lew, J. M. to Dear Col.  ALS
1861, Jul. 18	Baubezer(?), H. to Sear Sir.  ALS
1861, Jul. 21	Wilder, M. J. to My Dear John.  ALS
1861, Jul. 28	Your loving wife to My Dear Husband.  ALS
1861, Jul. 31	McDonal, Isaiah B. to Col. John T. Wilder.  ALS
n.d.	[With 1861, Jul. 31] to I. B. McDonald. ANS
1861, Aug. 6	McCook, R.L. to Col. Hascall.  ANS
1861, Aug. 6	Hascall, Milo S. to Lt. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1861, Aug. 18	Rees, O. E. to Dear John.  ALS
1861, Sept. 20	Holloway, W. R.  to James Morgan; Scoluy(?), J. S. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
Folder 2.  Correspondence, Jan.-June, 1862  (30 items)
1862, Jan. 4	Brazie, Lt. H. W. to Lt. Col Wilder.  ALS
1862, Jan. 16	Quartermaster receipt from W. F. Lewis.  ADS
1862, Jan. 16	Quartermaster receipt from W. F. Lewis.  ADS (cop. 2)
1862, Feb. 4	Kingsley, A. S. to Lt. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Feb. 24	Missing soldiers list.  AN
1862, Feb. 24	Invoice of ordnance stores, Capt. William Hipwell.  ADS
1862, Feb. 24	Invoice of ordnance stores, Capt. William Hipwell.  ADS (cop. 2)
1862, Mar. 8	Ryan, T. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Mar. 17	List of ordnance stores received. Nashville of Col. Wilder.  ADS
1862, Mar. 18	Guthridge, J. W. to Lt. Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS 
1862, Mar. 20	McDonald, Isaiah B. to Col. Jno. T. Wilder. ALS
1862, Apr. 1	Carroll, W. W. to Lt. Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Apr. 3	Stewart, Daniel to John.  ALS
1862, Apr. 23	Bradley, Capt. Cullen to Col. Haslett.  ALS
1862, May 31	Buell, Maj. Gen. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  Leave of absence granted. ADS
1862, Jun. 1	Names of absent sick men for Co. I.  AD
1862, Jun. 6          Ruggles, Geo. to Green F. Shields.  ALS
1862, Jun. 10	Shields, Green F. to Dear Friend.  ALS (inner page)
1862, Jun. 7	Hascall, Milo to Dear Col.  ALS
1862, Jun. 7	Wood, J. to My Dear. Col.  ALS
1862, Jun. 11	Jordan, H. to Dear Col.  ALS
1862, Jun. 12	Boswell, ?., W. to Dear Colonel.  ALS
1862, Jun. 16	Stewart, J. R. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Jun. 17	Wood, Mrs. Th. J. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Jun. 18	Gorman, Lt. Col. Geo. W. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS, 2 p.
1862, Jun. 18	Sprague, W. to Col. Wilder.  ANS
1862, Jun. 19	Henderson, G. D. to Col. J. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Jun. 21	Morton, Gov. O. P. to Col. John T. Wilder.  ALS
1862, June	Hascall to Col. Wilder.  ALS
Folder 3.  Correspondence, July-Dec., 1862  (25 items)
1862, Jul. 12	Elmendorf, M. A. to Dear Brother & Sister.  ALS
1862, Jul. 25	Gavin to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Jul. 26	Gavin, Col. James to Lt. Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Aug. 10	Robertson, William B. to Colonel Jno Wilder.  ALS
1862, Aug. 13	Carr, A. J., W.W. Gilliard, Wm. S. Ferrier, J.D. Rodger, C. P. Ferguson, D.W. Daily to 
                                Gov. O. P. Morton.  ALS
1862, Aug. 14	Work, Sho.(?) to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Aug. 29	McDonald, H. C.   Special orders.  ADS
1862, Sept. 9	Ward, C. J. to Lt. Col. Keefer. ALS
1862, Sept. 11	Promissory note regarding penal sum owed by Robert A. Terry and Lally Terry.  DS
1862, Sept. 11	Document stating terms of compensation for Mr. Gavin’s horse.  ADS
1862, Sept. 17	Wilder, Col J. T. to W. Bullitt (?).  ANS
1862, Sept. 26	Rees, D. to Dear John.  ALS
1862, Sept. 29	Gorman, George W. to Cop. Ed. R. Kerstetter.  ANS
1862, Oct. 9	Anderson, J. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Oct. 9	Jones, John L. to John T. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Oct. 10	Dawes, A. C. to Cool. Wilder.  ANS
1862, Oct. 15	Stewart, Lieut. C. J. to Dear Col.  ALS
1862, Oct. 23	Shields, Green F. to Dear Colnel[sic].  ALS  
1862, Nov. 7	Mitchell, D. T. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Nov. 17	Loomis, C. O. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1862, Dec. 4	Miller, A. O. to Dear Sir.  ANS
1862, Dec. 21	Paine, Brig. Gen. E. A. Paine.  Special Orders to the 72nd Ind. Vols.  ADS
1862, Dec. 21	Paine, Brig. Gen. E. A. Paine.  Special Orders to the 98th Ill’s. Vols.  ADS
1862, Dec.	Requisition for ordnance and ordnance stores by Col. J. T. Wilder.  DS
circa 1862	Jobes, Wm. F.  List of absentees for Co. D, 17th Indiana Vol.  ADS
Folder 4.  Correspondence, 1863. (31 items)
1863, Jan. 4	Paine, Brig. Gen’l E. A. Paine.  Special Orders to the 98th Ill. Vols.  ADS
1863, Jan. 4	Paine, Brig. Gen. E. A. Paine.  Special Orders to the 72nd Ind Vol’s.  ADS
1863, Jan. 24	Terrell, W. H. H. to My Dear Wilder.  ALS
1863, Jan. 24	Terrell, W. H. H. to John T. Wilder.  ANS
1863, Jan. 28	Taylor, John W. to Capt. J. D. Bingham.  ALS
1863, Jan. 28	?, Henry (by the command of Major General Rosecrans) to Col. J. T. Wilder.  
                                Special field orders.  ADS
1863, Jan. 30	Goddard to Col. J. T. Wilder.  Telegram
1863, Jan.	Watson, H. S.  Report of Camp and Garrison Equipage of 98th Ill Vols.  ADS
1863, Apr. 19	Thrall, Capt. H. (by the command of Major-General Rosecrans) to Comdg. 
                                Officer 14 Brig. 5th Div.  Special field orders.  ADS
1863, May 22	Robinson, Milton.  To Alex A. Rice.  ALS
1863, Jun. 25	For Recruiting Veteran Volunteers.  Printed document
1863, Jun. 29	Rees, Lous. D. to Dear John.  ALS
1863, Jul. 6	BHE to Dear Teacher and friend.  ALS
1863, Jul. 26	Inman, Andrew to Col. Noble.  ALS
1863, Jul. 31	Thomapson, E. A., et al. to Laz. Noble.  ALS
1863, Aug. 1	Hordan, Lt. Col.  H. to Dear Col.  ALS
1863, Sep. 1	Huzan (sp?), W. B. to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1863, Sep. 3	Thompson, J. to Col. J.T. Wilder.  ALS
1863, Sep. 10	Minty, Col. To My Dear Colonel.  ALS
1863, Sep. 28	Lincoln, Wm. L. to Friend Wilder.  ANS
1863, Sep. 28	Lilly, Mrs. Eli to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1863, Oct. 1	Yonkey, Jno. Q. A. to Colonel Wilder.  ALS
1863, Oct. 26	Welles, John H. to Col. John T. Wilder.  ALS, 2p.  [Copy]
n.d.	                (With 1863, Oct. 26) Typed transcript of above letter.
1863, Nov. 16	Noble, Laz. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1863, Nov. 17	Spillman, G. T.  Statement.  ADS
1863, Nov. 18	Mumford, Daniel E. to Dear Colonel.  ALS
1863, Dec. 11	Montanye, Isaac D. L. to Friend John.  ALS, 2 p.
1863, Dec. 13	Swain, F. F. to Col. Jn. T. Wilder.  ALS
Folder 5.  Correspondence and Papers, Jan. – April, 1864 (38 items) 
1864, Jan. 4	Kennedy, Capt. Robert P.  Special Order no. 4.  ADS
1864, Jan. 4	Kennedy, Capt. Robert P.  Special Order no. 5.  ADS
1864, Jan. 5	Provision return for contraband of the 17th Regiment Ind. Vols.  ADS
1864, Jan. 8	Balch, Geo. F. to Col. John T. Wilder.  DS
1864, Jan. 15	Dewey, H. T. to Col.  ALS
1864, Jan. 25	Haub, Frank B. to Col. John T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Jan. 28	Noble, Laz.  General orders for Col. John T. Wilder.  DS
1864, Feb. 2	Adams Express Company receipt to Col. J. T. Wilder.  DS
1864, Jan. 31	Elmendorf, C. + M. A. to My Dear Brother.  ALS
1864, Feb. 8	Vail, J. G. to J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Feb. 14	Stewart, J.R Stewart to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Feb. 20	Willis, John, H. Spencer Repeating Rifle Company to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Feb. 20	Sheets, B. F. to Capt. A. A. Rice.  ALS
1864, Feb. 21	Sheets, B.F. to Capt. A.A. Rice.  ANS
1864, Feb. 22	Holman, W. S. to My Dear Col. [Col. J. T. Wilder].  ALS
1864, Feb. 25	General Order No. 75, War Department, Adjutant General’s Office.  Printed document
1864, Feb. 26	Sheets, B. F. to Capt. ALS
1864, Mar. 2	Eddy, Hospital Chaplain, Ang. To Col. A. O. Miller.  ALS
1864, Mar. 2	Sheets, B. F. to Capt. A. A. Rice.  ALS
1864, Mar. 4	Newell, James to Dear Col.  ALS
1864, Mar. 11	Morton, O. P. to Secy of War.  Telegram
1864, Mar. 13	Franklin, A. R. to Dear Col. [J.T. Wilder].  ALS
1864, Mar. 12	(Encl. 1864, Mar. 13) Commissioned Officers of the 26th Regiment to 
                                Col. J. T. Wilder.  ADS
1864, Mar. 18	Rice, Capt. A. A. on behalf of Col. A. O. Wilson to Adjt. Lauren.  ALS.
                                Reply written on letter by Atkins, ?.  ANS 
1864, Mar. 18	Larkin, Surgeon J. B. to Col. John T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Mar. 22	Erin (?), J. A. to G. T. Browing.  ANS
1864, Mar. 23	Whittener, J. M. to Col. W. R. Holloway.  ALS
1864, Mar. 25	Pitkin, Lieut. Ed.  Orders for the 17th Ind. Vols.  ADS
1864, Mar. 26	Grainger, Brig. Genl. R. S.  Endorsement on Report of Board of Survey.  ADS 
1864, Mar. 31	Ekin, James A. to Capt. Geo. T. Browning.  Telegram
1864, Mar. 31	Margedanty (Sp?), Capt. Wm. C. to Col. A. C. Miller.  DS
1864, Apr. 2	Carrington, H. B. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  Telegram
1864, Apr. 3	Bence, Col. S. D. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ADS
1864, Apr. 14	Lane, H. S. to Major Wm. Schlater.  ALS
1864, Apr. 16	White, Major Frank to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Apr. 18	Schlater, Wm H. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ANS
1864, Apr. 18	(Encl. 1864, Apr. 18) Vincent, Thomas M. to Colonel T. P. Andrews.  2 copies.
Folder 6.  Correspondence, May-Dec., 1864  (44 items)
1864, May 5	Baker H. V. D. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, May 8	W., M. J. to My Dearest Husband.  ALS
1864, May 9	White, Frank to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1864, May 12	Pet, Your affectionate wife to Dearest husband.  ALS
1864, May 19	Rockwood, W. O. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS, 2 p.
1864, May 19	Rockwood, W. O. to Dear Col.  ALS
1864, Jun. 11	Wicks, Frank to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Jun. 11	Stanton, E. M. to Maj. Genl Thomas.  AL
1864, Jun. 12	Kirkpatrick, Lt. Col. S. C. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, June 13	Garrard, Genl. K. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  Special Orders, No. 84.  ADS
1864, Jun. 14	Receipt from W. C. Rickard to Col. J. T. Wilder for two double barreled shotguns 
                                taken from the enemy.  ADS
1864, Jun. 15	Jones, Lt. John. L. to Col. John T. Wilder.  ALS, 2 p. 
1864, Jun. 19	Covington, S.F. and Mary to Dear Friend.  ALS
1864, Jun. 24	Anderson, J. N. to Dear Col.  ALS
1864, Jun. 24	Birney, W. L. to Dear Colonel.  ALS
1864, Jun. 24	Vail, Maj. J. G. to Sir.  ALS
1864, Jun. 30	Bane, Capt. O. F. for John. T. Wilder.  General Orders.  ADS
1864, Jul. 7	Curr, E. G. “Your affectionate sister” to Dear Brother John.  ALS
1864, Jul. 13	Milroy, R. H. to Dear Col.  ALS
1864, Jul. 13	White, Major Frank to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Jul. 22	Colfax, Schuyler to Dear General.  ALS
1864, Jul. 26	Anderson, J. N. to Dear Col.  ALS
1864, Jul. 27	Milroy, R. H. to Colonel.  ALS
1864, Jul. 30	Wilder, J. T. to Dear Pet.  ALS
1864, Aug. 5	Noble, Laz to Dear Wilder.  ALS, 2p.
1864, Aug. 5	Schlater, Wm. H.  By order of Gov. O. P. Morton promoting Jacob G. Vail to 
                                Lieut Col.  ADS
1864, Aug. 5	Schlater, Wm. H.  By order of Gov. O. P. Morton promoting James N. Anderson 
                                to Major.  ADS
1864, Aug. 8	Hoyle, Peter to Col. Wilder.  ALS
                                Verso: Cooper, Wm. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Aug. 10	Stewart, Chas. J. to Gen. J.T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Aug. 10	Cuykendall(Sp?), Surgeon M. C. to J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Aug. 15	Rasersey(Sp?), Bettie to Col. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Aug. 15	Crick, J. B. to Dear General.  ALS
1864, Aug. 21	Crick, J. B. to Genl.  ALS
1864, Aug. 22	Love, W. M. to Dear Brother.  ALS
1864, Aug. 31	White, J. S. to Col. Jno. T. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Sep. 2	White, Frank to Gen. Wilder.  ALS
1864, Sep. 6	Terrell, W. H. H. to My dear Wilder.  ALS
1864, Oct. 5	Hoffman, Jonathan.  Special Field Orders.  ADS
1864, Oct. 13	Weaver, S. M. to Col. Ben Spooner.  ALS
1864, 13	                Ekin, Lt. Col. Jas. A. to Hon. O. P. Morton.  ANS
undated	                (with 1863, 13) Ekins, Lt. Col. Jas. A. to Capt. Geo. T. Browning.  Transcription copy 
                                of telegram.  AD
Folder 7.  Correspondence, 1865-1889, 1912  (36 items)
1865, Dec. 25	Arnell, Samuel M. to Gen. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
186?, Jun. 23	Serny (?), Orun to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
186?	                Hascall, Milo S. to Col. Wilder.  ANS
186?	                Co. K, 17th Ind. Reg.  AD
1866, Jan. 7	Cantwell, Lt. A. to Col. J. T. Wilder.  ALS
1866, Jun. 8	Paramore, J. M. to Dear Gen’l.  ALS
1866, Jun. 19	Daugherty, A. J. to My. Dear Genl.  ALS
circa 1866	Woodford, Mary E. to Col. Miller.  ALS
1869, Jan. 28	Custead, N. T. to Genl J. F. Wilder.  ALS
1870, Jul. 6	Wilder, J. T. to Gen. W. B. Stokes.  ALS (Photostat), 2 p.
1870, Jan. 22	W +C to F. S. Lowes (?).  AN (copy)
1872, Oct. 16	Wilder, J. T. to Capt. J. E. Raht.  ALS (Photostat)
1881, Feb. 9	Wilder, J. T. to Dear Gen.  ANS (Photostat), 2 p.
1884, Sep. 12	Ferguson, John H. to General Wilder.  ALS
1884, Oct. 30	Deadirich, Florette N. to Gen. Wilder.  ALS, 2 p.
1889, Sep. 11	Woods, T. E. to Dear General Wilder.  ALS (copy)
1889, Sep. 11	(Encl. 1889, Sep. 11) Poem “With Wilder’s Men” (copy) AD, 4 p.
undated	                (with 1889, Sep. 11) Typed transcript of letter and poem.  TD (copy), 3 p.
1912, Aug. 5	General Orders, No. 23. War Department.  Printed document
undated	                Letter envelopes.  9 envl.
Folder 8.  Marker dedication, 2001 and images (7 items)
2001, Apr. 20	Marker dedication text, 4 p.
2002, Apr. 20	Rededication of marker program (copy)
undated	                Photo reproduction of John T. Wilder, ca. 1861.
undated	                Photo reproduction of John T. Wilder, ca. 1885.

OB55

1 Folder. Documents (3 items)
   
1861 Jun. 4 Commission for John T. Wilder as Lt. Col of the 17th Reg., Indiana Vol. ADS
1862 Aug. 20 Commission for Zearsley (SP?) Miles as 1st Lieut. And Adjutant for the 17th Regt. ADS
1863 Jan. 4 Watson, Lt. H. S. Report of means of transportation on hand. ADS
   
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1 Folder. Maps (10 items)
   
1862 Aug. 26, 27 Topographical sketch of Decherd, Tennessee.
1863 Apr. 3 Topographical sketch of the vicinity of Kingston, Tennessee
1863 Jul. 5 Map of Pelham and Hillsboro vicinity. (2 copies)
1863 Jul. Vicinity of Decherd
1863 Aug. 12 Map of the vicinity of Chattanooga.
1863 Aug. 29 Map of the vicinity of Stevenson, Ala.
1863 Sept. 8 Map of Chattanooga and vicinity (2 copies)
1864 Apr. 23 Map of a part of Murray County, Georgia.
   

Collection Information:

Size of Collection:

8 legal-size folders, 2 over-sized folders, 255 total items

Collection Dates:

1858-2002

Provenance:

Stuart Wilder; Mrs. Harriet C. Owsley, Thomas Maher

Restrictions:

None

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