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This collection contains the incoming and outgoing correspondence of George Buchanan Redwood, a Baltimore newspaper writer and the first commissioned officer from Baltimore to die in World War I. Also included in this collection are Redwood's school papers and miscellaneous drawings and notes, as well as personal letters addressed to his mother, Mary Buchanan Coale Redwood.
This collection is comprised of two notebooks containing transcripts of materials related to the life and military career of Lt. George Buchanan Redwood (1888-1918).
The Redwood collection includes correspondence of Mary Buchanan Coale Redwood (1879-1940), genealogical correspondence and research notes (1907-1935), estate papers (1815-1917), and diaries and notebooks (1806-1865) of members of the Buchanan, Coale, Dorsey, Proud, Hopkinson and related families.
The papers in this collection belonged to Mary Buchanan Coale Redwood, and consist of some of her personal letters, letters to George B. Coale and Charles Bradenbaugh, four loose-leaf binders of copied letters and records about her son, George B. Redwood, transcribed papers of the Hopkinson, Duche, Dorsey, Coale and other families, and copies of essays and poems.
- Names: Redwood, Mary Buchanan, 1861-1940 X