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A. M. Alexander Carded File, War Department Collection of Confederate Records, National Archives, Washington, D. C.
William Pitt Ballinger Collection, Archives, University of Texas Library. Included in these papers are thirty letters from James E. Harrison which span the entire war period.
William Pitt Ballinger Diary, 1864- 1868, typescript, Archives, University of Texas Library.
Guy M. Bryan Collection, Archives, University of Texas Library. These papers also include several Harrison letters.
John H. Caudle Carded File, War Department Collection of Confederate Records, National Archives, Washington, D. C.
Civil War Biographical File, Archives, University of Texas Library. This file contains letters from A. C. Hill and W. S. Douglas of Polignac's brigade.
Confederate Muster Rolls, Archives, Texas State Library. Six muster rolls of the 31st Texas Cavalry are included in this collection.
Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas, microfilm, Archives, Texas State Library; originals in National Archives, Washington, D. C.
List of Military Organizations Carded by the Record and Pension Office, Confederate, Texas Lists, 1-241, Record Group No. 94, National Archives, photostat, Archives, Texas State Library.
Henry W. Dailey Collection, Archives, University of Texas Library. Contained in this collection are muster rolls of Company C, 31st Texas Cavalry, and a typescript of the D. D. Whetston Day Book, November, 1862 - February, 1864, which was kept by a member of the 31st Texas.
Eighth Census, 1860, Returns of Schedule 1, Free Inhabitants, Texas, microfilm, University of Texas Library.
Benjamin H. Epperson Collection, Archives, University of Texas Library. Included is an 1861 Robert H. Taylor letter.
Muster Rolls, Fifteenth Texas Infantry, Texas History Collection, Baylor University. This collection contains muster rolls of Companies A - I and a muster roll of the field and staff officers and the regimental band of the 15th Texas.
Muster Roll, Company D, 15th Regiment of Texas Volunteer Infantry, 30 June 1864 to 31 August 1864, in possession of Robert W. Glover, Tyler, Texas.

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