The Charles S. Harris collection of facsimiles of Civil War diaries contains dairies authored by three soldiers serving in United States Army dating from 1862 to 1863: Philip R. Ward, Frederick N. Kollock, and Jacob Cohn.
Philip R. Ward served with the 98th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Frederick N. Kollock served with the 29th Pennsylvania Infantry, and Jacob Cohn served with the 4th Pennsylvania Infantry. These three men kept diaries of their experiences.
Charles S. Harris, of Ooltewah, Tennessee, transcribed his collection of Civil War diaries and donated the transcripts and photocopies to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Charles S. Harris donated his facsimiles and transcripts of Civil War diaries to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on 1998 October 12.
Charles S. Harris collection of facsimiles of Civil War diaries. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections. http://findingaids.library.utc.edu/repositories/2/resources/75 Accessed November 24, 2017.