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1891

Hearn, C. W. (Chas. W.)

Studio portrait, bust, of Walter M. Dickinson in 17th Infantry Regiment uniform

Boston (Mass.) - Image of Dickinson in uniform, probably at time when he was acting as military instructor at Massachusetts Agricultural College (1891-1896).

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1880

Pach, G. W.

Three quarter-length studio portrait of Walter M. Dickinson in West Point cadet's uniform

New York (N.Y.) - Image of Dickinson in cadet's uniform, possibly at or shortly after time of graduation from West Point in 1880.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898 June 6

Dickinson, Walter Mason, 1856-1898

Letter from Walter M. Dickinson to Joseph B. Lindsey

Transport Cherokee, off Santiago, Cuba - Page two only: Saw Harry Coudin, who will make a fine little soldier. Believes they are heading to Santiago or Puerto Rico.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898

Santiago, Cuba: scene of Walter M. Dickinson's death, draped with a U.S. flag

El Caney (Cuba) - View of the landscape from near the site of Walter M. Dickinson's death. Dickinson was the first man associated with Massachusetts Agricultural College to die in combat.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1895

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

Studio portrait, bust, of Walter M. Dickinson in army uniform

Amherst (Mass.) - Image of Dickinson in uniform, probably at time when he was acting as military instructor at Massachusetts Agricultural College (1891-1896). On verso: "1st Lieut. Walter M. Dickinson, shot at El Caney Cuba July 1/98, died of his wounds July 3 /98."

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898 June 15

Dickinson, Walter Mason, 1856-1898

Letter from Walter M. Dickinson to Asa Williams Dickinson

Transport Cherokee, Gulf of Mexico - Writing en route to the seat of war in Cuba aboard the USS Cherokee, acting as regimental quartermaster. Do not yet know whether they are heading to Puerto Rico or Santiago, though he believes it will be Cuba. Traveling in convoy of about 40 ships, including gunboats, with a force of about 25,000 men aboard. Men are badly crowded; delayed in start may have been due to the Navy ... more

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898 June 20

Dickinson, Walter Mason, 1856-1898

Letter from Walter M. Dickinson to Joseph B. Lindsey

Transport Cherokee, off Santiago, Cuba - Off the coast of Cuba and preparing to land. Has set Mattie up so she can draw on the Savings Bank in Amherst if she needs money and will call Lindsey if she needs help.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898

Santiago, Cuba: scene of Walter M. Dickinson's death

El Caney (Cuba) - View of the landscape from near the site of Walter M. Dickinson's death. Dickinson was the first man associated with Massachusetts Agricultural College to die in combat.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898

Walter M. Dickinson's grave in Cuba

El Caney (Cuba) - Image of temporary grave of Walter M. Dickinson, killed in action in El Caney, Cuba, in July 1898. Dickinson was the first man associated with Massachusetts Agricultural College to die in combat.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers