Anna E. Wilcox Collection
The collection consists of 45 letters on 44 sheets, 8 photographs, 4 unassociated envelopes, and ancillary materials. Most of the letters were written between October 16, 1862 and August 10, 1865. Ancillary materials include the "scope and content" note, the "finding aid", and the "transcription note". Also, the ancillary materials include photocopies from the National Archives and Records Administration of the Military Service Records and Military Pension Records for William Pike, B. Leroy Pike, and Emory Wilcox (Service Record only).
Wilcox, Anna E.
Pike, William S.
Pike, Benjamin Leroy
Pike, Mary J.
Binghamton University Libraries’ Civil War Collections
Full figure portrait photograph of Anna Wilcox with right hand resting on the back of a chair. Original format: 1 photograph, 8 x 10 cm.
Portrait of Anna Wilcox mounted on card. Original format: 1 photograph 8 x 10 cm, mounted on card, 7 x 11 cm.
Oval portrait of William S. Pike mounted on card. Printed on the back 'F.R. Clench Photographer, New Ground Floor Studio, East Avenue LOCKPORT, N. Y. The negative of this picture will be preserved for 5 Years, Duplicate copies at reduced rates.'…
Full figure photograph of Emory Wilcox in uniform, left hand resting on table. Backdrop is a painting of an army camp. Printed on the back of the card is 'Cartes de Visite' J.H. YOUNG, No. 231 Balto. St. cor Chas St. BALTIMORE MD. Original format: 1…
Portrait of Leroy Pike mounted on card. A two cent U.S. Internal Revenue stamp is on the back of the card. Original format: 1 photograph, 6 x 9 cm, mounted on card, 7 x 11 cm.
Portrait photograph of John Pike. Original format: 1 photograph, 6 x 9 cm, mounted on card, 7 x 11 cm.
One group photograph of Anna Wilcox and John Pike seated in the foreground with Mrs. J. Pike and Mrs. W. S. Pike standing behind. Original format: 1 photograph, 7 x 9cm, developed on metal plate.
Portrait of Leroy Pike framed in an oval opening, mounted on card, and surrounded by embossed filigree. Original format: 1 photograph, 5 x 6 cm, mounted on card, 7 x 11 cm.
On January 18, 1864 William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes to his Cousin Anna Wilcox from Fort McHenry about the recruitment of his brother into the Drum Corp. He sends his respects to Catherine, Thomas and Arther (Wilcox).Original format: 1…
On October 16, 1862 William S. Pike, a Civil War soldier writes to his Cousin Annie Wilcox describing the military training drills and daily camp life at Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore Maryland. Original format: 1 sheet, 13 x26 cm folded to 13 x 21…