GALLOWAY, Samuel, 1811-1872


Guide to Research Collections

Ohio Historical Society
Columbus, OH
Papers: 1840-1895, 0.25 cubic foot.
Correspondence and other papers relating to Samuel Galloway’s congressional career, his position as judge advocate of Camp Chase, Ohio, prison camp during the Civil War, and the Ohio and national Whig and Republican parties.

Papers: 1848, 1 item.
A letter from Sam Galloway to an unidentified recipient written on June 5, 1848. In the letter, Galloway writes about Ohio’s part in the Whig National Convention at Philadelphia.

Papers: In the John Armstrong Smith Papers, 1816-1893, 51 items.
Correspondents include Samuel Galloway.

Papers: In the George M. Dixon Papers, 1865-1870, 2 items.
Other authors include Samuel Galloway.

Papers: In the Thomas W. H. Moseley Papers, 1835-1874, approximately 30 items.
Other authors include Samuel Galloway.


Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Springfield, IL
Papers: 1861, 1 item.
A letter from Samuel Galloway to Abraham Lincoln written on February 8, 1861. In the letter, Galloway recommends Hiram Griswold for district attorney, Northern District of Ohio, with initialed note by Griswold.


Brown University
John Hay Library
Providence, RI
Papers: In the John Hay Correspondence, 1854-1914, “Fiske” to ”Gilder,” approximately 6,000 items.
Other authors include Samuel Galloway.


Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, PA
Papers: In the Galloway Family Papers, 1809-1875, 0.25 linear foot.
Other authors include Samuel Galloway.


Library of Congress
Manuscript Division
Washington, DC
Papers: In the United States Army Judge Advocate General Correspondence, 1862-1863, 606 items.
Correspondents include Samuel Galloway.