Dear Mr. Lookabill,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located a series titled Record Books of Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Offices of the Confederate Government in the War Department Collection of Confederate Records (Record Group 109) that includes records of Confederate hospitals in Richmond, Virginia. Some of these records have been digitized and may be viewed online using the Catalog. We also located Confederate Medical Records of General Hospital #4, General Hospital #21, and Chimborazo Hospital at Richmond and Confederate Medical Records that includes receipts, invoices, and requisitions for medicines and other hospital stores; returns of medical property; morning reports; reports of sick and wounded; returns of medical officers; accounts; and some correspondence. Both series are in Record Group 109. For access to these non- digitized records, please contact the National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference (RDTI) via email at email@example.com.
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We suggest that you also contact the Library of Virginia. The Library of Virginia's collections include a variety of different types of records that pertain to those who were involved with the Confederacy’s medical system, including the papers of surgeons and other medical personnel, hospital registers, personal papers of soldiers who were hospitalized or of their family and friends, and unit records that include medical information on individual soldiers. See their Civil War Medicine research guide.
We hope this information is helpful. Best of luck with your research!