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Page 001Front cover.
Page 002Front fly-leaf.
Page 003Gives the date range of entries for the diary.
Page 004Blank page.
Page 005 [10-01-1862]Describes visits to the Edwards family and the Tribune office.
Page 006 [10-03-1862]Describes gossip about Mort Thomson with Dr. Dixon.
Page 007 [10-03-1862]Regarding Mort Thomson being let go by the ''New York Tribune.''
Page 008 [10-05-1862]Describes gossip about Mrs. Potter's boarding house with William Leslie.
Page 009 [10-05-1862]Describes gossip about Mrs. Potter's boarding house with William Leslie.
Page 010 [10-05-1862]Describes gossip about Edmund Clarence Stedman and his wife.
Page 011 [10-05-1862]Regarding a talk with William Waud about Will and Alf's war experiences.
Page 012 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 013 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 014 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 015Newspaper clipping regarding Edmond Blankman and the death of his wife, Fanny White.
Page 016 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 017 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 018 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 019 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 020 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 021 [10-06-1862]Describes gossip about his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 022 [10-07-1862]Describes a visit to Mrs. Alfred Waud in Brooklyn.
Page 023 [10-07-1862]Describes a visit to Mrs. Alfred Waud in Brooklyn.
Page 024 [10-07-1862]Describes news of George Babbage and Dr. Heicchold received from letters.
Page 025 [10-08-1862]Describes a letter received from Dr. Heichhold.
Page 026 [10-08-1862]Regarding a letter received from Dr. Heichhold and news that Edge has lost his position on the ''London Star.''
Page 027 [10-11-1862]Describes a visit to Joe Scoville.
Page 028 [10-12-1862]Describes a visit to Joe Scoville and his wife.
Page 029 [10-13-1862]Mentions receiving a letter from Hannah Bennett, in which she stated that her father was ill.
Page 030 [10-15-1862]Describes letters received from Hannah Bennett and Captain Winchester.
Page 031 [10-16-1862]Mentions a visit from Mrs. Waud and Mrs. Sexton and the antics of his fellow boarders.
Page 032 [10-17-1862]Describes a conversation with Augustus Rawlings.
Page 033 [10-17-1862]Describes a conversation with Captain Cannon about yellow fever aboard the Delaware.
Page 034 [10-18-1862]Describes a visit with the Edwards family.
Page 035 [10-19-1862]Mentions news of Mort Thomson and Frank Wood.
Page 036 [10-19-1862]Describes hearing news of army acquaintances from Nevins.
Page 037 [10-23-1862]Describes a conversation with Frank Bellew.
Page 038 [10-24-1862]Describes a letter received from Edward Greatbatch, in which he describes the Second Battle of Corinth.
Page 039 [10-24-1862]Describes his journey by railroad to visit Augustus Rawlings at Tivoli.
Page 040 [10-25-1862]Describes the Rawlings family.
Page 041 [10-25-1862]Describes the Rawlings family.
Page 042 [10-25-1862]Describes Mrs. Augustus Rawlings.
Page 043 [10-25-1862]Describes his visit to the Rawlings family.
Page 044 [10-25-1862]Describes his visit to the Rawlings family.
Page 045 [10-26-1862]Describes his visit to the Rawlings family.
Page 046 [10-26-1862]Describes his visit to the Rawlings family.
Page 047 [10-26-1862]Describes his visit to the Rawlings family.
Page 048 [10-26-1862]Describes gossip about the Stedmans heard from John Quigg.
Page 049 [10-27-1862]Describes his visit to the Rawlings family.
Page 050 [10-29-1862]Describes a fight with Blankman at his boarding house.
Page 051 [10-30-1862]Describes a fight with Blankman at his boarding house.
Page 052 [10-30-1862]Describes a fight with Blankman at his boarding house.
Page 053 [10-30-1862]Describes a fight with Blankman at his boarding house.
Page 054 [10-30-1862]Describes a fight with Blankman at his boarding house.
Page 055 [10-30-1862]Describes a fight with Blankman at his boarding house and the aftermath.
Page 056 [10-31-1862]Describes the aftermath of his fight with Blankman at his boarding house.
Page 057 [11-01-1862]Describes a letter received from his brother Charley.
Page 058 [11-04-1862]Describes a letter received from his brother Charley.
Page 059 [11-05-1862]Describes the departure of the Blankmans from his boarding house.
Page 060 [11-06-1862]Describes a visit to the Edwards family.
Page 061 [11-10-1862]Describes a letter from Hannah Bennett with news from England.
Page 062 [11-10-1862]Describes attending a party for members of the ''Federal Chasseurs.''
Page 063 [11-11-1862]Describes the thrashing of Banks by Patrick Beckett Bellew.
Page 064 [11-12-1862]Describes the thrashing of Banks by Patrick Beckett Bellew.
Page 065 [11-14-1862]Describes an evening spent with the Edwards family.
Page 066 [11-15-1862]Regarding a visit by Morris.
Page 067 [11-16-1862]Mentions seeing a speech on Garibaldi by Mason Jones and visiting the New York Tribune office.
Page 068 [11-21-1862]Describes a letter received from his mother and news regarding the play Fred Watson has written.
Page 069 [11-23-1862]Describes a visit to the Edwards family, including Sally and Thomas Nast.
Page 070 [11-25-1862]Describes a disagreement in the ''New York Tribune'' office between England and an Irishman.
Page 071 [11-26-1862]Describes a letter received from Captain Winchester.
Page 072Photograph of Joe Scoville.
Page 073 [11-27-1862]Describes a visit to Joe Scoville and his wife.
Page 074 [11-27-1862]Regarding Joe Scoville and his wife.
Page 075 [11-27-1862]Regarding his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 076 [11-30-1862]Regarding the other news correspondents traveling on the North Star with the General Banks expedition.
Page 077Newspaper clipping regarding the death of George H. Chickering, including biographical information about his father, Jonas.
Page 078 [12-10-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding his voyage south on the North Star with the General Banks expedition, including a list of passengers on the vessel.
Page 079 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist A. C. Hills.
Page 080 [12-10-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding his voyage south on the North Star with the General Banks expedition, including a list of passengers on the vessel.
Page 081 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist A. C. Hills.
Page 082 [12-10-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding his voyage south on the North Star with the General Banks expedition.
Page 083 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist A. C. Hills.
Page 084 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist A. G. Hills.
Page 085 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist and architect Hamilton.
Page 086 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist and architect Hamilton.
Page 087 [12-04-1862]Describes artist Frank Schell.
Page 088 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist Hayes.
Page 089 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist Hayes.
Page 090 [12-04-1862]Describes journalist Howell.
Page 091 [12-04-1862]Describes the day of his departure on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 092 [12-04-1862]Describes the day of his departure on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 093 [12-05-1862]Describes his first day at sea on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 094 [12-05-1862]Describes General Banks.
Page 095 [01-13-1870]Newspaper clipping regarding Andrew Jackson Hamilton and Texas politics following the Civil War.
Page 096 [12-05-1862]Describes Andrew Jackson Hamilton.
Page 097Newspaper clipping regarding the death of Andrew Jackson Hamilton.
Page 098 [12-06-1862]Describes Andrew Jackson Hamilton.
Page 099 [12-06-1862]Describes his journey south on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 100 [12-07-1862]Describes his journey south on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 101 [12-08-1862]Regarding a patriotic song written by Hamilton.
Page 102 [12-08-1862]Describes his journey south on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 103 [12-09-1862]Describes his journey south on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 104 [12-10-1862]Describes his journey south on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 105 [12-12-1862]Describes Ship Island, Mississippi.
Page 106 [12-13-1862]Describes his journey south on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 107 [12-14-1862]Describes his journey up the Mississippi River from the Gulf of Mexico on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 108 [12-14-1862]Describes his arrival at New Orleans on the North Star with the Banks expedition.
Page 109 [12-15-1862]Describes his first day in New Orleans.
Page 110 [12-15-1862]Describes his first day in New Orleans.
Page 111 [12-15-1862]Describes his first day in New Orleans.
Page 112 [12-16-1862]Regarding the departure of the North Star from New Orleans to Baton Rouge.
Page 113 [12-16-1862]Regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 114 [12-17-1862]Regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 115 [12-17-1862]Regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 116 [12-17-1862]Regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 117 [12-18-1862]Describes time spent aboard the North Star by Baton Rouge.
Page 118Newspaper engraving of a river scene at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Page 119 [12-19-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 120 [12-20-1862]Regarding his return to New Orleans from Baton Rouge.
Page 121 [1888]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of David Hunter Strother, otherwise known as ''Porte Crayon.''
Page 122 [12-19-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 123 [12-21-1862]Describes a dinner party hosted by Colonel Thorpe.
Page 124 [12-21-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 125 [12-22-1862]Describes General Butler.
Page 126 [12-21-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the re-occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces.
Page 127 [12-22-1862]Describes attending the theater at New Orleans.
Page 128 [12-23-1862]Describes a day spent in New Orleans with Herbert and others.
Page 129 [12-23-1862]Regarding the departure of General Butler from New Orleans.
Page 130Newspaper engraving of Philip Ripley.
Page 131 [05-10-1885]Newspaper clipping regarding Philip Ripley.
Page 132 [12-24-1862]Describes Philip Ripley.
Page 133 [12-24-1862]Describes Philip Ripley.
Page 134 [12-25-1862]Describes his Christmas Day spent in New Orleans.
Page 135 [12-26-1862]Describes a visit to the Church of St. Louis in Jackson Square, New Orleans.
Page 136 [12-27-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the atmosphere in New Orleans while under Union control.
Page 137 [12-26-1862]Mentions attending a play and a proposed trip to Berwick Bay.
Page 138 [12-29-1862]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the atmosphere in New Orleans while under Union control.
Page 139 [12-28-1862]Describes a journey on the Gulf Railroad.
Page 140 [1878]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of Thomas B. Thorpe.
Page 141 [12-31-1862]Includes a newspaper clipping written by Gunn and two photographs of Col. T. B. Thorpe and Lieut. Col. Strother.
Page 142 [12-28-1862]Describes a visit to a sugar plantation in Louisiana.
Page 143 [12-28-1862]Describes a visit to a sugar plantation in Louisiana.
Page 144 [12-28-1862]Describes a visit to a sugar plantation in Louisiana.
Page 145 [12-28-1862]Mentions the return of A. C. Hills to New Orleans from Baton Rouge.
Page 146 [12-31-1862]Describes his journey by railroad into the Louisiana countryside.
Page 147 [12-31-1862]Describes his journey by railroad into the Louisiana countryside.
Page 148 [12-31-1862]Describes his night spent in Brashear City, Louisiana.
Page 149 [01-01-1863]Regarding his journey from Brashear City back to New Orleans.
Page 150 [01-02-1863]Regarding journalist Johnstone of the ''Philadelphia Enquirer.''
Page 151 [01-03-1863]Mentions the naval disaster faced by the Union fleet at Galveston, Texas.
Page 152Newspaper clipping showing a map of Galveston Harbor.
Page 153 [01-07-1863]Newspaper clipping regarding the naval disaster faced by the Union fleet at Galveston, Texas.
Page 154 [01-04-1863]Regarding listening to Major Burt's tale of the naval disaster faced by the Union fleet at Galveston, Texas.
Page 155 [01-07-1863]Newspaper clipping regarding the naval disaster faced by the Union fleet at Galveston, Texas.
Page 156 [01-05-1863]Mentions a false story heard from Johnstone that the Mary A. Boardman would be leaving New Orleans for New York.
Page 157 [01-07-1863]Newspaper clipping regarding the naval disaster faced by the Union fleet at Galveston, Texas.
Page 158 [01-06-1863]Regarding his day spent gathering information about the Galveston disaster.
Page 159 [01-07-1863]Newspaper clipping regarding the naval disaster faced by the Union fleet at Galveston, Texas.
Page 160 [01-06-1863]Mentions a story that Boston lawyer Dyer has been arrested.
Page 161 [01-06-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the naval disaster at Galveston.
Page 162 [01-06-1863]Describes a joke played on the newspaper correspondents in New Orleans by A.G. Hills, Schell, and Hayes.
Page 163 [01-08-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the naval disaster at Galveston.
Page 164 [01-07-1863]Mentions a drawing by Hamilton, which was ridiculed by the other newspaper correspondents in New Orleans.
Page 165Newspaper engraving showing the reconstruction of the levee at New Orleans.
Page 166 [01-08-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the naval disaster at Galveston.
Page 167 [01-08-1863]Regarding his journey on the Laurel Hill from New Orleans to Baton Rouge.
Page 168 [01-10-1863]Describes his arrival at Baton Rouge.
Page 169 [01-10-1863]Regarding his quarters at Baton Rouge at the house of Mr. Mann.
Page 170 [01-11-1863]Mentions the anticipation of an attack by Confederate soldiers on the other side of the river from Baton Rouge.
Page 171 [01-12-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the state of affairs at Baton Rouge.
Page 172 [01-14-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the state of affairs at Baton Rouge.
Page 173 [01-11-1863]Regarding the ''Gorilla Club.''
Page 174 [01-22-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the state of affairs at Baton Rouge.
Page 175 [01-12-1863]Regarding the ''Gorilla Club.''
Page 176Newspaper clipping including a map of Port Hudson and a description of events in the area.
Page 177 [01-24-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the state of affairs at Port Hudson.
Page 178 [01-12-1863]Regarding songs sung by the ''Gorilla Club.''
Page 179 [01-24-1863]Includes a newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding news items from New Orleans, and two photographs of Union Generals.
Page 180 [01-12-1863]Regarding a social evening at Baton Rouge.
Page 181 [01-13-1863]Regarding a social evening at Baton Rouge.
Page 182 [01-13-1863]Regarding a social evening at Baton Rouge.
Page 183 [01-14-1863]Mentions meeting Lieutenant Bradley in Baton Rouge.
Page 184 [01-14-1863]Mentions visiting an old Belgian woman in Baton Rouge.
Page 185 [01-16-1863]Mentions visiting an old Belgian woman in Baton Rouge.
Page 186 [01-17-1863]Mentions receiving a letter from Shaw and a conversation with General Grover.
Page 187 [01-19-1863]Mentions a visit to the camp of Colonel Billy Wilson's regiment.
Page 188 [01-20-1863]Mentions a visit to the camp of Colonel Billy Wilson's regiment.
Page 189 [01-21-1863]Regarding the arrival of General Banks in Baton Rouge.
Page 190 [01-21-1863]Regarding his preparation to leave Baton Rouge for New Orleans.
Page 191 [01-22-1863]Regarding his journey back to New Orleans on the New Brunswick.
Page 192 [01-23-1863]Describes letters received from George Boweryem and Hannah Bennett.
Page 193 [01-23-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 194 [01-23-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 195 [01-23-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 196 [01-23-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 197 [01-23-1863]Mentions writing to Gay to request sending a replacement for him in New Orleans.
Page 198 [01-26-1863]Describes a visit from Baker, a New Orleans correspondent for ''The New York Tribune.''
Page 199 [01-27-1863]Describes a visit from Baker, a New Orleans correspondent for ''The New York Tribune.''
Page 200 [01-29-1863]Mentions visiting the plantation of Mr. Cofield.
Page 201 [01-30-1863]Mentions A.C. Hills talking about the Freemasons.
Page 202 [01-31-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a visit to the crevasse.
Page 203 [01-31-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a visit to the crevasse.
Page 204 [02-01-1863]Regarding his railroad journey to the crevasse.
Page 205 [01-31-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a visit to the crevasse.
Page 206 [02-02-1863]Mentions going to the ship Empire City in search of news.
Page 207 [02-01-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the arrival of refugees from Texas in New Orleans.
Page 208 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from Haney, telling of Grace Thomson's death.
Page 209 [02-01-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the arrival of refugees from Texas in New Orleans.
Page 210 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from Haney, telling of Grace Thomson's death and the Edwards family's Christmas celebration.
Page 211 [02-02-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the state of affairs in Texas.
Page 212 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem containing news from New York.
Page 213 [01-30-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the state of affairs in Texas.
Page 214 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem containing news from New York.
Page 215 [01-29-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' including a story about Jefferson Davis aboard the Florida.
Page 216 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem containing news from New York.
Page 217 [02-04-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a trip into the Louisiana countryside.
Page 218 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem containing news from New York.
Page 219Newspaper engraving showing a Southern river scene.
Page 220 [02-04-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a trip into the Louisiana countryside.
Page 221 [02-05-1863]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem containing news from New York.
Page 222 [02-04-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a trip into the Louisiana countryside and giving news about the crew of the sunken Hatteras.
Page 223 [02-06-1863]Describes a day out in New Orleans with Baker.
Page 224 [02-08-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' containing various news items from New Orleans.
Page 225 [02-08-1863]Describes a railroad journey through the Louisiana countryside.
Page 226 [02-08-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' containing various news items from New Orleans.
Page 227 [02-08-1863]Describes a visit to Baker and his family in New Orleans.
Page 228 [02-08-1863]Newspaper clippings written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' containing various news items from New Orleans.
Page 229 [02-08-1863]Describes a visit to Baker and his family in New Orleans.
Page 230Printed song lyrics to ''The Southern Stars.''
Page 231 [02-08-1863]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding prejudice against colored troops in Louisiana.
Page 232 [02-09-1863]Regarding the end of ''The Delta'' and the start of ''The New Orleans Era.''
Page 233 [02-09-1863]Regarding the start of newspaper ''The New Orleans Era.''
Page 234 [02-10-1863]Regarding the return of Howell to New Orleans.
Page 235 [02-10-1863]Describes a visit to Harris and his wife in New Orleans.
Page 236 [02-10-1863]Describes a visit to Harris and his wife in New Orleans.
Page 237 [02-10-1863]Describes a visit to Harris and his wife in New Orleans.
Page 238 [02-10-1863]Describes a visit to Harris and his wife in New Orleans.
Page 239 [02-10-1863]Describes a visit to Harris and his wife in New Orleans.
Page 240 [02-10-1863]Describes a visit to Harris and his wife in New Orleans.
Page 241 [02-10-1863]Mentions a story about Keene Richards.
Page 242 [02-12-1863]Mentions meeting Boynton, Noyes, and Captain Smalley in the rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel.
Page 243Back fly-leaf.
Page 244Back cover.
Page 245Newspaper engraving of a steamboat.
Page 246Newspaper engraving of a Southern bayou scene.
Page 247Newspaper engraving showing the boarding of a ship on the riverfront.
Page 248Newspaper clipping regarding ''spotters'' who work for the Metropolitan Street Railway Company.
Page 249Newspaper clipping regarding New Orleans and its inhabitants.
Page 250Newspaper engraving showing scenes from the older part of New Orleans.
Page 251Newspaper engraving showing scenes of southern life in Louisiana.
Page 252Newspaper engraving depicting slaves being arrested in New Orleans.
Page 253Newspaper engravings showing scenes from Galveston, Texas.
Page 254Scrap of paper in Gunn's handwriting.
Page 255Newspaper clipping with lyrics to ''The Bonnie Blue Flag.''
Page 256Newspaper clipping regarding leprosy in New Orleans.
Page 257 [04-25-1882]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of General William Lothrop Burt.
Page 258Newspaper clipping regarding Galveston, Texas.
Page 259Newspaper clipping regarding the death of George Boweryem.
Page 260 [07-07-1888]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of Sydney Gay.
Page 261Newspaper clipping regarding the death of George Boweryem.
Page 262Newspaper clipping regarding the funeral of William L. Burt.
Page 263Newspaper clipping regarding a variety of tobacco called perique.
Page 264Newspaper clipping regarding a story told by General Butler about a deserter in New Orleans.
Page 265Newspaper clipping accusing General Butler of being a liar.