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Ladie's Benevolent Association of Louisiana "Dedication of the Confederate Monument at Greenwood Cemetery, Fri., Apr. 10, 1874." New Orleans: Jas. A. Gresham, 1874, 8vo, 26pp. (WL 11)  

Lamar, Joseph Rucker "The Private Soldier of the Confederacy." Address delivered Memorial day, Apr. 1902 at Athens, Ga., now reprinted by request of N.Y. City friends, with Intro: by Albert Shaw." (Brooklyn, N.Y., Eagle print) 1902. 12mo, 48pp. (WL 37)  

Lamb, John, Hon. "Malvern Hill, July 1st 1862. Address delivered before Picket Camp, Confederate Veterans, Richmond, Va., on Mar. 8th, 1897." Richmond, Va., James E. Goode pr., 1897. 8vo, 21pp. Also: SHSP, 1897, v.XXV, p. 208-221. (WL 47)  

Lamb, William, Col. "The Battle of Fort Fisher, NC." Wilmington, NC, Chamber of Commerce. (Harris print & adv. 1946) 8vo, 12pp. Rep: "Battles & Leaders." (WL 53)  

Landreth, David "A plea for compromise. Letter from David Landreth, on the crisis." N.p. n.d. (Bloomsdale, Pa., 1861) 8vo, 4pp A pro-Confederate pamphlet by a "Yankee". (WL 70)  

Langsdorf, Edgar "Price's Raid & the Battle of Mine Creek." In: Kansas Hist. Quart., 1964, v.XXX, p. 281-306. 30pp. (WL 103)  

Lathrop, Barnes F. "A Confederate Artilleryman at Shiloh." In: CWH, Dec. 1962, v.VIII, #4, p. 373-385. (WL 131)  

Lathrop, Barnes F. "Disaffection in Louisiana: The Case of William Hyman." (Lexington, Ky.) JSH, Aug. 1958, v.XXIV, #3, p. 308-318. (WL 132)  

Lawley, Hon. F. "The story of Appomattox." (WL 153a)  

Lawton, Alexander Robert "A Brief Record of the Proceedings of the Corporation & People of Savannah in honor of the late General Robert Edward Lee, together with a Eulogy on his life, character & services." Savannah, GA., Geo. N. Nichols' print, 1871. 8vo, 52pp. (WL 165)  

Le Monnier, Yves Rene, Dr. "General Beauregard at Shiloh, Sun., Apr. 6, 1862." By ex-private, co. "B", Crescent Reg., Louisiana Inf. Pond's Brig., Ruggles Div., Bragg's Corp. Army of Miss. New Orleans, La. Graham pr., 1913. 8vo, 32pp. (WL 180)  

Lee & Stonewall Jackson (Lithograph) "The Last Meeting-Generals Lee & Jackson." By artist: E.F.D. Julio, 1869 with engraver Fred. Halperin (co. 1873). (WL 200)  

Lee & Stonewall Jackson (Lithograph) "Carte-de-Visite photography of Lee." Lexington, Va. Boude & Miley (c. 1866) Signed in ink aby Lee. (WL 201a)  

Lee Memorial Association "Lee Mansion National Memorial." Virginia: US Dept. Of Interior Nat. Park Service. (WL 204a)  

Lee Memorial Association "Official souvenir of the dedication of the monument to General Robert E. Lee containing a full & complete history of the Monument association, together with the order of exercises and other matter." Richmond, R. Newton Moon & co, 1890. 8vo 31pp. With brief sketch of Gen. Lee. (WL 207a)  

Lee Memorial Association "Robert E. Lee: The Beloved General." Boston, Mass., John Hancock Life Ins. (1926), 16mo. (WL 215)  

Lee Memorial Association "Stratford, Westmoreland co., Virginia; birth place of R. E. Lee." (WL 229a)  

Lee, Edmund Jennings, Edt. "Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892. Biographical & genealogical sketches of the descendants of Colonel Richard Lee. With brief notices of the related families of Allerton Armistead." Phila., Edmund Jennings Lee, 1895. 4to, 586pp. (WL 239a)  

Lee, Fitzhugh "Chancellorsville, an address of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, Before the Virginia Division, ANV, at their annual meeting, held in the capitol in Richmond, Va., Oct. 29, 1879." Richmond, Va., Geo. W. Cary, 1879. 12mo, 44pp. Also in SHSP, 1879, v.VII, p. 545-585. (WL 243)  

Lee, Fitzhugh "The Second Virginia Regiment of Cavalry." In: SHSP, 1888, v.16, p. 354-356. (WL 249a)  

Lee, Fitzhugh "Virginia's Next Governor, Gen. Fitzhugh Lee." New York: Cheap Publishing Co., (c. 1885) 8vo, 32pp. Good CSA material, Lee went in as governor waving the CSA flag. Preface states it was written by one of Va. Eminent divines but his modesty kept name anon. Portrait. (WL 250a)  

Lee, Frederick George "Genealogy of the family of The London." Mitchell & Hughs 1884. 17pp. (WL 251a)  

Lee, Mary Charlton Greenhow (1819-1906) "An extract from the journal of Mrs. Hugh H.(Holmes) Lee of Winchester, Va., May 23-31, 1862." In: Md.HM. Dec. 1958, v.53, p. 380-393, notes. Observations on conduct of Yankee & Rebel forces n the streets & in her house. (WL 261)  

Lee, Robert E. & U.S. Grant: Surrender "Lee & His Generals." Lithograph in color. By Geo B. Matthews. N.Y., National Print & Exhib. Co (1907) (WL 274)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) N.Y., W.G. Jackman; Blelock & Co., n.d. color steel engraving. (WL 281)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) "Album" (WL 281a)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) "Colored portrait (facing left), after a portrait, from life, engraved by A.B. Walter." Washington (1870) (WL 286)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) "General Lee at the Grave of Stonewall Jackson." N.p., copy entered by act of congress, A.D., 1862, altho. Jackson was killed 1863. Drawn by G.G. White, engraved & pub. By John C. McRae. Colored steel engr. (WL 288a)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) Engraving in copper, G. O'Conner. After a Brady photo, but the seated Lee in Victorian chair, civilian clothes & partly opened vest, Lee holds a scroll instead of hat (Brady). Lee faces right. Original colored lithograph. Issued to raise money for erection of a monument honoring them, at Washington & Lee University. See: Stonewall Jackson-matching port. (WL 292)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) "Gen. R.E. Lee on 'Traveller'." Lithograph of a painting by Mrs. L. Kirby-Parrish, of Nashville, Tenn. (WL 293)  

Lee, Robert E. (Portrait) Photograph, bust. 1907. Edward B. Eaton of Hartford, Conn. (WL 294a)  

Lee, Robert Edward "Centennial Celebration of his birth, held under the auspices of the University of South Carolina on 19th of Jan., 1932." Columbia, SC, Stateco., 1907. 8vo, 36pp. Address: Maj. Henry Ed Young- "Lee the Soldier;" Ed. S. Joynes- "Lee, the College President." (WL 331)  

Lee, Robert Edward "The Nobel Lee." Rhode Island. Arkwright Interbaken Inc. 1961. (WL 332a)  

Lee, Robert Edward "Ceremonies in celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Robert E. Lee, under the auspices of the Confederate organizations of New Orleans." (New Orleans, J.G. Hauser, 1907) 8vo, 8pp. Life of Lee & tributes from various sources. (WL 334)  

Lee, Robert Edward Atlanta, Ga., The Library, Emory Univ., (Emory Univ. Publications.) Sources & reprints ser. #3. 1955. Intro: Richard Barksdale Harwell. 8vo, 4pp. Extra v.III, #1. Lexington, Va., Oct. 15, 1870. (WL 341)  

Lee, Robert Edward "Lee's General Order Number Nine." Chicago, Ill., The Lakeside Press, n.d.(1955?) R.R. Donnelley & Sons, "Deeptone Offset Reproduction." (WL 348)  

Lee, Robert Edward "A Lee Letter on the 'Lost Dispatch' & the Maryland Campaign of 1862." N.p., 6pp. In: Va. Mag. Hist. & Biog., Apr. 1958, v.66, p. 161-166. Letter to Gen. Daniel Harvey Hill, Lexington, Va. 1/21/1868. (WL 354)  

Lee, Robert Edward "Lee Miscellany." In: VaMHB, 1925, v.33, p. 371-382. (WL 360)  

Lee, Robert Edward "Monument to General R.E. Lee. The Undersigned connected with the Hollywood Memorial Association of Richmond, Va.(requests contributions for an equestrian bronze statue of Lee to be put in Hollywood Cemetery) signed: Mrs. Wm. H. McFarland, et, al. Richmond, Va., Oct. 19, 1870. (WL 361)  

Lee, Robert Edward "In Memoriam: Robert. E. Lee died oct. 12, 1870." Lee Memorial service memento. Also arm band worn at service. (WL 363a)  

Lee, Robert Edward, Jr., Capt. "Restoration of Lee citizenship." (WL 365a)  

Lee, Stephen Dill, Lieut.-Gen. "Gen. Stephen D. Lee's account of the Battle of Harrisburg(Miss.), read before the Mississippi State Historical Society, differing in many respects from version generally accepted." 8vo, 15pp. (WL 370)  

Lee, Stephen Dill, Lieut.-Gen. "Details of important work by two Confederate telegraph operators Christmas Eve, 1862, which prevented the almost complete surprise of the Confederate Army at Vicksburg." In: Pub. Miss. Hist. Soc., Oxford, Miss., 1904, v.VIII, p, 51-55. (WL 380)  

Lee, Stephen Dill, Lieut.-Gen. "Why the Confederacy Failed." In: Century Magazine, Feb. 1987. (WL 397a)  

Lee, William Henry Fitzhugh "Memorial addresses on the Life & Character of William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, delivered in the house of Representatives." Washington, DC, GPO, 1892. 8vo, 107pp. (WL 402)  

Lee, William Mack "History of the Life of Rev. Wm. Mack Lee, body servant of General Robert E. Lee, through the civil war, cook 1861-1865; still living under the protection of the Southern States." (Norfolk, Va., Smith Print, 1918) 8vo, 28pp. (#104) (WL 403)  

Lefler, Hugh T. "Thomas Atkinson, Third Bishop of North Carolina." (Garrison, NY)-Hist. Mag. Of Protestant Episcopal Church, v.XVII-#4, Dec. 1948. P. 422-434 (church affairs in NC in War) (WL 407)  

Lemke, W.J. "Captain Edward Gee Miller of the 20th Wisconsin: His War 1861-1865." Fayetteville, Ark. Oct. 1960. 42pp. (WL 427a)  

Letford, William & Allen E. Jones "Location & classification & dates of Military events in Alabama, 1861-1865." Reprint: Spring issue, 1961, Alabama Historical Quarterly, by Alabama Civil War Centennial Commission, Sept. 1961. 8vo, 187-206pp. (WL 456)  

"Letters--old & new" In: UDCMag., Mar. 1948, Sept. 1949. Scattered issues, letters from: O.T. Plummer, Cleburne, Texas, 1884, names members Co. A, 48th Reg. Tenn. Infty; Philip Mckendree Miller to Harriet Frances Miller(3) Tenn., 1861-1865. Washington, DC, US Department State. Microfilm: 57 rolls, 1967. (WL 468)  

Lewis, Elsie M. "Economic conditions in Ante-Bellum Arkansas-1850-1861." In: AHQ, 1947, v.VI, p. 256-274. (WL 482)  

Lewis, Samuel E., Dr. "The Treatment of Prisoners-of-War 1861-1865. Over 12% Confederate soldiers died in Northern prisons. Less than 9% Federal (Unionist) prisoners died in Southern prisons, the South held 270,000 Federal (unionist) soldiers as prisoners-of-war." Washington, DC, Samuel E. Lewis, MD, Late Ass't. Surgeon, CSArmy. Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones, 1910. 8vo, 16pp. Head: The Confederate memorial Literary Society, Richmond, Va. (WL 494)  

"Libby Prison, A View of, Richmond, Va." Libby Prison War Museum Ass. Catalogue and program. Chicago Tribute A great engineering feat. (WL 501a)  

Liddell, St. John R., La. "Liddell's Record of the Civil War." In: SB, ns, 1885/1886, v.4&6, #7 &9, p. 411-420, p. 529-535. (WL 504)  

"Lincoln Catechism, The wherein the Eccentricities & Beauties of Despotism are fully set forth. A Guide to the Presidential Election of 1864." NY, J.F. Feeks (1864) 12mo, 46pp. Strongly opposed to Lincoln election. (WL 518)  

Lincoln County, NC "Roster of Confederate Soldiers in the War Between the States Furnished 1861-1865." Published by W.J. Hoke Camp Confederate Veterans. A. Nixon (& others) Comm. Pubs. Lincolnton, NC, Journal Print, 1905. 8vo, 64pp. (WL 519)  

Lining, Charles "The cruise of the Confederate steamship 'Shenandoah'." In: TennHM, July 1924, v.VIII, p. 102-111. (WL 533)  

Little, George & James R. Maxwell "A History of Lumsden's Battery, CSA." Published by R.E. Rhones Chapter UDC. Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (c. 905) 8vo, 70pp. (WL 562)  

Livermore, William Roscoe "Lee's conduct of the Wilderness Campaign." In: Amer. Hist. Assoc. Rep., 1908, v.I, p. 235-243. (WL 574)  

Loehr, Charles Theodore "The Battle of Milford Station: address before Pickett Camp, UCV, Aug. 31, 1896." In: SHSP, 1898, v.26, p. 110-115. (WL 583)  

Loehr, Charles Theodore "War History of the Old First Virginia Infantry Regiment, ANV." Published by request of the Old first Virginia ass'n. Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones, 1884. 8vo, 87pp. (WL 586b)  

Logan, Frenise A. "India-Britain's substitute for American cotton in 161-1865." (Lexington, Ky.) JSH, v.XXIV, #3, Nov., 1958, p. 472-480. (WL 587)  

Logan, Robert R. "Dedication of Prairie Grave Monument. Address: Dec. 7, 1956." Fayetteville, Ark., 1956. 8vo, 24pp. In: Ar. HQ, 1957, v.XVI, p. 257-280. (WL 597)  

Logan, Thomas Muldrup "Oration delivered by Gen. T.M. Logan at the Reunion of the Hampton Legion, in Columbus, SC, 21st July, 1875. Published by his friends in Charleston." Charleston, SC, Walker, Evans, Cogswell, 1875. 8vo, 28pp. (WL 598)  

London, Lawrence Foushee "The Literature of the Church in the Confederate States 1861-1865." Reprint: Protestant Episcopal Church, 1948. Garrison, NY, 11pp. See also: Edgar Legare Pennington(same issue) (WL 611)  

Long, Armistead Lindsay, Gen. "Memoir of Gen. John B. Magruder." 1884, v.12, p. 105-110. (WL 620)  

Long, Daniel Albright "Jefferson Davis: Address delivered at Concord, NC, June 3, 1921." Raleigh, NC, 1923 (Edwards & Brought) 8vo, 20pp. (WL 625)  

Longstreet, James "A Short History of J. Longstreet." Park Place, NY, Knapp & co, 1888. 16pp. Signature. (Packed in Duke's cigarettes) See: "Heroes of the C.W." & W. Duke co. (WL 669)  

Lookout Mountain, Battle of (Pictures) See: Braxton Bragg, John Bratton, John Calvin Brown, John King Jackson, Evander McIver Law, James Longstreet, Edmund Winston Pettus, James L. Sheffield, Carter L. Stevenson, Edward Cary Walthall. (WL 675)  

Louisiana:, Louisiana: "Debated in the convention for Revision & Amendment to the Constitution of Louisiana." New Orleans, 1864, 8vo, 643pp. (WL 710)  

Louisiana Historical Association "Catalogue of the La. Hist. Ass'n. Relics, maps, portraits & documents pertaining to the civil war & to the old South, 1889-1935." New Orleans, 1935. 9vo, 48pp. (WL 714)  

Louisiana Historical Association "Dedication of the Monument." "Providential Aspect & Salutary Tendency of the Existing Crisis." New Orleans: Picayune Office, 1861. 8vo, Undescribed CSA imprint. (WL 715a)  

Lukeman, Augustus "An American Monument to surpass the pyramids; An article on the New plans for the Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial. (WL 765c)  

Luria, Albert Moses "Albert Moses Luria, gallant young Confederate (excerpts from diary)." In: Amer. Jewish Archives, 1955, v.VII, p. 90-103. Co.I, 23rd. Reg. NC vols. Served in Va., Aug. 19, 1861- Jan. 1962. (WL 773)  

Luvaas, Jay "A Prussian Observer with Lee." Reprint: Military Affairs, v.XXI, #3, Fall 1957. 4to p. 105-117. (Capt. Justus Scheibert) (WL 780)  

Lykes, Richard Wayne "Hampton's Cattle Raid." Sept. 14-17, 1864. (WL 781a)

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