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Photograph, U.S. Christian Commission, Washington, D.C.

The photograph measures 9 1/2 x 7 1/2, while the overall size is 12 1/4 x 11 1/2. Imprint below the image: Copyright, 1911, by Patriot Publishing Co. From the Photographic History of the Civil War, Published by Review of Review Co. White borders and a detailed printed text description below the photograph which is titled, "From Here Came Hot Coffee, Prayers and General Good Cheer- U.S. Christian Commission in Washington." This photograph was published in 1911 as part of an advertisement portfolio issued in advance of the monumental work,...  

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Photograph, 93rd New York Infantry, 1862

The photograph measures 9 3/8 x 7 1/2, while the overall size is 12 1/4 x 11 3/4. Imprint below the image: Copyright, 1910, by Patriot Publishing Co., Springfield, Mass. From the Photographic History of the Civil War, Published by Review of Review Co. Complete 1 1/2 inch white borders and a detailed printed text description below the photograph which is titled, "A Regiment That Ranks With the Immortal "Light Brigade"- The 93rd New York, or "Morgan Rifles," September 1862." This photograph was published in 1910 as part of an...  

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Photograph, General U.S. Grant & Family at City Point, Va.

The photograph measures 7 5/8 x 9 5/8, while the overall size is 11 3/4 x 12 1/4. Imprint below the image: Copyright, 1910, by Patriot Publishing Co., Springfield, Mass. From the Photographic History of the Civil War, Published by Review of Review Co. Detailed printed text description below the photograph which is titled, "Grant in '64- the Calm and Silent Center of a Furious Storm Nearing Its Climax." This photograph was published in 1910 as part of an advertisement portfolio issued in advance of the monumental work, "The Photographic...  

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Photograph, General Edmund W. Pettus

Confederate General captured at Vicksburg

(1821-1907) Born in Alabama, he studied law at Tuscumbia and was admitted to the bar in 1842. His brother, John J. Pettus, was the war time Governor of Mississippi. At the outbreak of the War Between the States, he helped to raise the 20th Alabama Infantry and was elected their lieutenant colonel, and later colonel. A fearless fighter, he distinguished himself on many of the battlefields in the western theatre of the war. Captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, he was later promoted to brigadier general...  

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CDV, General Earl Van Dorn

Murdered at his headquarters in 1863 by a jealous husband!

With imprint of Vannerson & Jones, Richmond, Va.


(1820-63) Graduated in the West Point class of 1842 with James Longstreet. He saw service in the Indian campaigns and was brevetted captain and major for gallantry in the Mexican War. He resigned from the U.S. Army on January 31, 1861, in order to join the Confederacy. Commissioned brigadier general on June 5, 1861, he was assigned to Texas where some of the Union forces there surrendered to him. Promoted to major general on...  

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CDV, General Jubal A. Early

(1816-94) Graduated in the West Point class of 1837. After fighting against the Seminoles, he resigned to study law and afterwards began practice in Rocky Mount, Va. He became a member of the house of delagates, and the commonwealth's attorney, and when war broke out with Mexico he was a major of Virginia volunteers. At the start of the Civil War he was promptly appointed as colonel of the 24th Va. Inf., which he led at 1st Manassas. He was promoted to rank of brigadier general to rank from July 21, 1861, and took part in all the engagements of the Army...  

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CDV, Major Thomas A. Brander

Letcher Light Artillery of Virginia

Wounded in action at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. in 1862

Major General and Commander of the Virginia Division of the U.C.V.

With imprint of Anderson & Co. Richmond, Va.


A resident of Henrico County, Brander was commissioned into the Letcher Light Artillery of Virginia, on February 17, 1862. He was wounded in action at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va., on December 13, 1862. Served as Commander of the Virginia Division of the U.C.V., with rank of major general. Buried in Hollywood...  

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CDV, Zebulon B. Vance

Colonel of the 26th North Carolina Infantry, 1861-62

Civil War Governor of North Carolina

U.S. Senator from North Carolina

With Raleigh, North Carolina backmark


(1830-94) Born in Buncombe County, N.C., he was the younger brother of C.S.A. General Robert B. Vance. He studied law and began a practice in Asheville, N.C., in 1852. When North Carolina passed the ordnance of secession, in May 1861, Vance was a captain commanding a company known as the "Rough and Ready Guards," that was part of the 14th North Carolina...  

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Photograph, General George B. McClellan

Ran for president against Abraham Lincoln in 1864

(1826-85) Graduated in the West Point class of 1846 and fought in the Mexican War. Hailed at the beginning of the Civil War as the "Young Napoleon," he proved to be a brilliant military organizer, administrator, and trainer of men, but an officer totally lacking in the essential qualities of successful command of large forces in battle. He saw action at Rich Mountain, W.V., in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign and at the battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in American...  

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Photograph, Admiral David G. Farragut

"damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

(1801-1870) He entered the navy as Midshipman in 1810 after having been virtually adopted by Commodore David Porter. The friendship between the two families began when Porter's father was buried on the same day as Farragut's mother in New Orleans. He fought in the Mexican War and was awaiting orders at his Norfolk, Va. home when the Civil War broke out. Told that a person with Union sentiments could not live in Virginia, he packed up his family and Virginian wife and moved north. He was given...  

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CDV, General William Henry Fitzhugh Lee

The second son of General Robert E. Lee, he was severely wounded at the battle of Brandy Station, Va., and captured

(1837-1922) The second son of General Robert E. Lee, nicknamed "Rooney." A Harvard educated gentleman, he promptly entered the Confederate service upon the secession of his native Virginia, and became colonel of the 9th Virginia Cavalry. He served with the famous Confederate cavalry General J.E.B. Stuart through virtually all of the cavalry campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia. He was promoted to brigadier...  

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CDV, General Joseph Hooker

(1814-1879) Graduated in the West Point class of 1837. He displayed a gallant record in the Mexican War. A solid combat officer, Hooker fought in the Peninsular campaign, the Seven Days battles, 2nd Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, where he commanded the Army of the Potomac, and the Atlanta campaign. His sobriquet was, "Fighting Joe" Hooker.

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Half view in uniform with rank of major general. Backmark: E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, made from a...  

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