Samuel Hollingsworth Stout papers, 1843-1911 by
Call Number: 695-z
Publication Date: 1843-1911
Samuel Hollingsworth Stout was born in Tennessee and served as the organizer and medical director of the Hospital Department of the Confederate Army in Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana. After the war, Stout worked as a physician in Georgia and Tennessee and, in the 1890s, as Texas Commissioner of Education.
Official and personal correspondence, reports, receipts, certificates, and other materials relating to Samuel Hollingsworth Stout's work with the Hospital Department of the Confederate Army of Tennessee during the Civil War. There are also scattered items that pertain to Stout's postwar work as a doctor in Georgia and Tennessee and as Commissioner of Education in Texas in the 1890s.