Special Collections’ Civil War Collections featured in BU’s Discover-e magazine

This book from 1837, Anti-Slavery Manual: Containing a Collection of Facts and Arguments on American Slavery, is the earliest abolitionist title in Binghamton's collections. It is also an example of early cloth binding.

Binghamton University’s Discover-e magazine featured images of materials from Binghamton University Libraries’ Special Collections’ Civil War Collections.

The Binghamton University Libraries Civil War Collections consist of sixteen individual collections of materials. Together the collections contain over 1700 letters, diaries, photographs, account books, postcards, and other ephemera which date from the early 1800s to the early 1900s, but are centered on the Civil War years 1861-1865.

Click here to learn more about the Civil War Collections or visit Special Collections located on the second floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library.

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