Journal article tearout from: Journal, American College of Dentists, v.16:no.2 (1949:June). Includes a brief biography of Volck's early years, his career as a dentist, and his prominence as a figure in American art. During the Civil War while commissioned by Jefferson Davis, Volck "made his now famous sketch of General Jackson, drawn in camp while the general sat chatting with his staff officers unaware of the artist's presence." Cf. p.65.
Serial. Printed Ephemera Collection has: v.12:no.4 (1963:spring), 1972:autumn. Issue for spring 1963 includes article with title: Stonewall Jackson: a living memorial. Issue for autumn 1972 includes article: Edmund Ruffin and the Raid on Harper's Ferry, by Kenneth L. Smith.
Collection of Stonewall Jackson Statue (Clarksburg, W. Va.) materials.
Collection. Includes: Program for unveiling statue of Stonewall Jackson in Clarksburg, West Virginia, the place of his birth, Sunday afternoon, May 10, 1953, and: Honoring Clarksburg's famous son, Stonewall Jackson.
Stonewall Jackson: an address by Hunter McGuire, M.D., Medical Director Jackson's Corps, at the dedication of Jackson Memorial Hall, Virginia Military Institute, and repeated before R.E. Lee Camp, No.1, C.V., Richmond, Va., July 9, 1897.
Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Biography.
Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863., Generals--United States--Biography., United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Biography.