Round out your impression with some authentic paperwork! These are very nice, clean digital scans enlarged from John D. Billings' reenactor bible: Hardtack & Coffee, published in 1881. Print these and fill them out, either as a keepsake, something to frame on your wall, or use them as an example of 1860s paperwork at a living history. I suggest printing on a special parchment paper, which you can easily get at Staples or Office Depot. Something a bit more yellowish and marbled than just bright white printer paper. Also, print out at an odd size, because documents in the Civil War were anything but 8.5"x11" inches. Letters and papers sent through the mail were about half the size of today's office papers, because envelopes were smaller.