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This collection contains account, roster, and minute books from three Confederate veterans' organizations. Seven record books are from the Beneficial Association of the Maryland Line; two record books are from the Beneficial Society of the Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States in the State of Maryland; one record book is from the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home; and one record book is from an unidentified organization.
This collection contains photographs of the facilities and residents of the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home in Pikesville, Baltimore County circa 1861-1900.
The facility that became the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home in Pikesville, Maryland dates back to 1818, when it was a Federal Arsenal. In 1888 it was converted into a residence for soldiers who served the Confederacy during the Civil War, remaining in operation until 1932. This collection contains items from the Home such as account books, admission applications, death records, visitors' registers, and receipt books.
- Names: Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home X