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The Mann family papers consist of 0.5 linear foot of Civil War correspondence arranged chronologically. Most of the letters were written by Asahel Mann and Jennie Scott from Camp Harlan, Iowa; Mt. Pleasant, Iowa; Helena, Arkansas; the vicinity of Vicksburg, Mississippi; and the homefront in and around Sidney, Iowa. The collection is made up of original letters, photocopies, and transcriptions. There is also a computer disk containing the transcriptions of more than 90 of the letters.
AV materials moved to IRA Cool Storage
Contains transcriptions of letters. The contents of this floppy disk were transferred to CD ROM in February 2007. The format as it appears on the floppy disk is outdated and had to be changed. It was saved in rich text format, or .rtf in Word. There is a lot of code on the first couple of pages of each item. In addition, there are four items that could not be opened. These are in an older version of Microsoft Office Publisher. The format could not be changed on these and the newer version of Publisher does not support the older version.