Grant, Ulysses Simpson, 1822-1885. ULYSSES S. GRANT PAPERS.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1964
Presidential papers microfilm
Ulysses S. Grant, General-in-Chief of all the federal armies in the Civil War, won the Republican presidential nomination in 1868. He defeated Horatio Seymour to become the eighteenth president of the United States, serving from 1869 to 1877. These papers contain general correspondence, including Grant's letters to Julia B. Dent (later Mrs. Grant). Also included are copies of Grant documents from other collections, such as letterbooks, speeches, reports, messages, and personal memoirs, like "Memoirs of Shiloh". Headquarters records (1861-69) and other military records comprise a substantial part of the collection. Photographs, clippings, drawings, and scrapbooks are also included. Correspondents include W.W. Belknap, A.E. Burnside, B.F. Butler, G.M. Dodge, H. Fish, J.C. Fremont, J.D. Grant, H.W. Halleck, C.S. Hamilton, W.S. Hancock, R.B. Hatch, S.A. Hurlbut, J.C. Kelton, J.A. McClernand, J.B. McPherson, G.G. Meade, E.O.C. Ord, J. Pope, J.M. Schofield, P.H. Sheridan, W.T. Sherman, E.M. Stanton, G.H. Thomas, and L. Thomas.
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Index to the Ulysses S. Grant papers
The guide includes an index of writers and recipients.