6 pp letter handwritten in

Date:
April 10, 1862
Creator:
Dye, Clarissa Jones
Location:
48 East Patrick Street,Maryland,Frederick,21701
Identifier:
2003.003.039
Institution:
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
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Uss Cumberland

Date:
ca 1842
Creator:
Unknown
Description (physical):

Decorative half hull model, ca. 1910, scale unknown.

Location:
Carderock Division 9500 MacArthur Boulevard West Bethesda, MD 20817-5700,Maryland,West Bethesda
Identifier:
Department of the Navy Model Catalog Number 1932.
Institution:
Naval Sea Systems Command
credits:
Donated by F. Kent Loomis. Possibly associated with Admiral Oscar Walter Farenholt (1843 - 1920) and his son, Ammen Farenholt USMC (life dates unknown.)
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USS Cumberland

Date:
1848
Creator:
Currier & Ives

The 54-gun frigate USS Cumberland, depicted here, was a wooden U.S. naval vessel, launched in 1842 from the Boston Naval Yard. It cruised through the Mediterranean Sea on several voyages, but is perhaps most famous for being rammed and sunk by the CSS Virginia during the First Battle of Hampton Roads on March 8, 1862.

Location:
1 Waterside Dr. Norfolk, Virginia, 23510
Identifier:
2011.02.0001
Institution:
Hampton Roads Naval Museum