The Resource UCV Neff-Rice Camp records

UCV Neff-Rice Camp records

Label
UCV Neff-Rice Camp records, 1898-1970
Title
UCV Neff-Rice Camp records
Inclusive dates
1898-1970
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Records, 1898-1970 (bulk 1898-1927), of the Neff-Rice Camp of the United Confederate Veterans, Virginia Division, including clippings, minute book, typescript roster, photograph, and postcard. The minutes include meeting notes, death roll of members, and resolutions. Also included is a photograph, 1914, of surviving members; postcard, 1906, of the Confederate monument at New Market; and newspaper clippings, 1970, regarding the history of the organization
Member of
Action
  • Described
  • Updated
Biographical or historical data
The Neff-Rice Camp was organized in New Market, Virginia, in April, 1898. It was named for Col. John Francis Neff, commanding Officer of the 33rd Virginia Infantry, Stonewall Brigade, and William Hamilton Rice, the first captain of the Eighth Star Artillery, also known as Rice's Battery.
Cataloging source
VIC
Label
UCV Neff-Rice Camp records
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
.325
Immediate source of acquisition
Comstock, H. E., Dr.
Organization method
Chronological.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
000491527
Reproduction note
photocopies.
Type of unit
cubic ft.

Library Locations

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