10-17-1852: Dr. Samuel Mudd's Teenage Misadventure at Georgetown College.
03-05-1856: Dr. Samuel Mudd’s University of Maryland Graduation Thesis.
01-13-1862: Dr. Samuel Mudd's Letter to Orestes A. Brownson.
04-21-1865 - Dr. Samuel Mudd's 1st Unsigned Statement
04-22-1865: Dr. Samuel Mudd's 2nd Signed and Notarized Statement
04-22-1865: Colonel H.H. Wells Report on Hunt for Booth
04-22-1865: Colonel Burnett's Order to Bring Dr. Mudd to Washington
04-23-1865: Colonel William P. Wood's Reports to Major Turner.
04-28-1865: Frank Washington's Interrogation at Old Carroll Prison
04-28-1865: Electus (aka Alexis) Thomas' Interrogation at Old Carroll Prison
04-29-1865: Thomas Davis' Interrogation at Old Carroll Prison
04-29-1865: Edwin Stanton's Letter to General Winfield Scott Hancock
05-01-1865: George Atzerodt's Statement to Detectives.
05-02-1865: Report of 1st Lieut. Alexander Lovett to Col. H.L.Burnett, J.A.
05-08-1865: Samuel Cox's Statement to Colonel Henry Wells
05-09-1865: Mrs. Mudd Signs a Loyalty Oath
05-09-1865: List of Prisoners at the Old Capitol Prison
06-16-1865: Mrs. Mudd’s First Affidavit for the Lincoln Assassination Trial.
07-06-1865: Mrs. Mudd’s Second Affidavit for the Lincoln Assassination Trial.
07-27-1865: Navy Paymaster William Keeler’s Letter from the U.S.S. Florida.
08-03-1865: Washington Evening Star Article
08-17-1865: Letter from Provost Marshal L.C. Baker
08-22-1865: The Dutton Report
09-01-1865: Captain Prentice to General Townsend
09-04-1865: Mrs. Mudd’s Letter to Judge Holt
09-16-1865: Lieutenant Carpenter to Gen. Townsend
09-25-1865: Reports of Dr. Samuel Mudd’s Escape Attempt
08-26-1867: Too Hot for Base Ball
09-04-1867: Major Smith’s Letter to Dr. Milhau
10-31-1867: How They Treated Yellow Fever
12-03-1867: Dr. Mudd's Statement to the Butler Commission
12-14-1867: Army Report of Yellow Fever Epidemic
12-31-1867: Dr. Whitehurst’s Letter to Dr. Crane
04-13-1868: Lizzie Smith’s Letter to President Johnson
01-29-1869: William Keeler’s Letter to B.C. Cook
02-01-1869: Maryland Governor Bowie asks President Johnson to Pardon Dr. Mudd.
02-08-1869: Dr. Samuel A. Mudd’s Pardon
03-31-1869: Newspaper Interview of Dr. Mudd
04-19-1869: Dr. Samuel Mudd’s Letter to Dr. Whitehurst
06-24-1869: Edman Spangler Newspaper Article
06-25-1873: Dr. Samuel Mudd on Epidemics & Infection
06-03-1881: Townsend's 1st Interview of Dr. George Mudd
01-10-1883: Dr. Mudd died.
03-10-1883: Dr. Samuel Mudd’s Guide to Health
04-16-1883: Townsend's 2nd Interview of Dr. George Mudd
06-17-1883: Townsend Interview of Frederick Stone
08-03-1884: Townsend's 1st Article about Thomas Harbin
04-18-1892: Burnett Lecture on the Assassination
04-18-1892: Townsend 2nd Article about Thomas Harbin
08-07-1893: Dr. Samuel Mudd and Samuel Cox, Jr.
12-18-1902: Samuel Arnold’s Newspaper Article
12-23-1902: Samuel Arnold's Reply to Letter from Thomas Ewing III
02-11-1909: Mrs. Samuel Mudd’s Last Interview
02-05-1934: Thomas Ewing III’s Letter to Barbee
Undated: Reminiscences of General Kautz