American Civil War Photographs and Images and Grand Army of the Republic Photographs and Images

Dates 1857-2006, bulk 1861-1865
Size 11 linear feet, 27 oversize folders, 44 framed items
Repository Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Special Collections, 400 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
Collection Number W00074
Provenance These materials are gathered together because they are all related to the American Civil War. They were acquired through a variety of means over the years. Those items with accession numbers beginning with “72” were originally part of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Collection. The items with accession numbers beginning with a number other than “72” were either donated to or purchased by Chicago Public Library.
Access No restrictions.
Citation When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: American Civil War Photographs and Images and Grand Army of the Republic Photographs and Images, [Accession #], Special Collections, Chicago Public Library
Processed by Johanna Russ, December 2017. Some preliminary processing done by Amber Creger, 2005, and Special Collections staff.

Historical Note

Near the end of 1860, South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union. Within a few months, ten more states had seceded. The American Civil War officially began April 12, 1861, at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. Illinois participated on the Union side by sending hundreds of thousands of troops into battle. Many military and political leaders trace their roots to Illinois. The war lasted nearly four years, ending on April 9, 1865, when the Confederacy surrendered. A few days later, on April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.

Not long after the war ended, veterans began forming organizations. One of the longest-lasting was the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), begun in April 1866 in Decatur, Illinois. Posts were established in different places, grouped under state-level departments, in turn grouped under a national commandery-in-chief. The GAR disbanded in 1956 when the last veteran died.

In Chicago, the GAR Memorial Hall Association shared space with Chicago Public Library (CPL). In 1883, the Library Board chose the corner of Michigan Avenue and Randolph Street as the location for its future building. At the time, the site was vacant and known as Dearborn Park, named for its proximity to the site of Fort Dearborn. Because of this proximity, many people believed the land was reserved for the GAR. Ultimately, legal action determined the library could have the land, but it had to make room for the GAR, which wanted a memorial hall for its members. CPL gave the GAR extensive rooms and signed a fifty year lease that expired in 1947. At that time, the Library took over caring for the GAR’s significant collection of art, artifacts, papers, weapons and more. With the GAR’s material as a base, the library has continued to build its Civil War collection over the years, with a focus on the Illinois experience.

Scope and Content

Images in this collection predominantly relate to the American Civil War—its battles, rank and file soldiers, leaders, veterans, politics and symbolism. A large portion of this material focuses on soldiers and leaders from Illinois, with a wider focus on soldiers from the American Midwest. Many formats are represented, from early photographic formats like tintypes to postcards to oil paintings. For more information on the printing process of an item, please contact Special Collections.

Arrangement/Series Description

The collection is arranged in five series: Individuals; Two or more individuals; Commemoration; Scenes of active duty; and Illustrated documents and symbolic or political art. Please see the index at the end of the guide for assistance in finding people and subjects.

Series 1: Individuals

This series features images of individual people, often soldiers or military and political leaders. One of the most prevalent formats in this series is the photographic carte-de-visite, which was somewhat like a Victorian trading card. The series is arranged alphabetically by last name of individual and then by accession number. Unidentified people are listed at the end, numerically by accession number.

Accession numbers 72.988.3.1-72.988.3.60 are found or were originally found in the 77th Illinois Infantry photograph album. It is possible this album belonged to Milgrove Parmenter (seen in photo 72.988.3.14). The 77th was formed with men living in and around Peoria, Illinois, in 1862 under the command of David Grier. The 77th fought at Vicksburg, New Orleans and other areas in the Gulf region. They mustered out in July 1865 in Mobile, Alabama.

Accession numbers 72.986.1-72.986.50 are found in the Officers of the 11th Illinois photograph album. The 11th was organized in 1861 in Cairo, Illinois, under the command of W.H.L. Wallace. The unit fought at Fort Donelson and Shiloh in Tennessee and Vicksburg in Mississippi. The men mustered out in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1865.

Accession numbers 72.915.1-72.915.24 are found in an unnamed album with unknown provenance. The images in this album are mostly of Civil War leaders. Those photographs of rank and file soldiers most often depict men from Massachusetts regiments.

Items with accession numbers beginning with 80.1-80.34, along with 89.11.42 and 89.11.45, belonged to Captain Israel Parsons (I.P.) Rumsey, one of the original officers of Company B of the 1st Illinois Light Infantry, called Taylor’s Battery because it was organized by Captain Ezra Taylor. Rumsey was a member of the Chicago Board of Trade and later lived in Lake Forest, Illinois. Company B mustered in on July 21, 1861 and fought in sixteen battles including Shiloh, Vicksburg and Atlanta. The photographs in this series that depict groups of soldiers were taken in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1862. See also Reunions of Taylor’s Battery, 18th Anniversary of the Battle of Fort Donelson, February 14, 1880; 25th Anniversary of the Battle of Belmont, November 6, 1886 (call number: E505.8 1st B.U55 1890).

Series 2: Two or more individuals

This series features groups of people or pages from albums with multiple individual portraits on one page. Items in this series are arranged numerically by accession number. Please refer to the index for assistance in finding individuals.

First appearing in this series are images from two formally arranged and published albums: The Army of the Cumberland Album and Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign. Images from these albums appear in subsequent series as well.

It is possible that the Army of the Cumberland Album (accession numbers 72.438.1-72.438.38) belonged to Albert Dickinson, a soldier in Taylor’s Battery who survived the war and went on to become a prominent businessman in Chicago. The album includes 38 pages of photographs that feature scenes from the unit’s time in Southeast Tennessee, around Chattanooga, and Northern Alabama. Images depict members of the unit’s leadership and medical staff, as well as scenes of camp and scenes from the unit’s marching between camps.

Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign features the photography of George N. Barnard who took pictures in the field as Official Photographer of the Military Division of the Mississippi. 61 images were published by the Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, in 1866. The full title explains the contents: Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign, Embracing Scenes of the Occupation of Nashville, the Great Battles around Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain, the Campaign of Atlanta, March to the Sea, and the Great Raid through the Carolinas. A digitized version can be found on Chicago Public Library’s website.

Series 3: Commemoration

This series contains images of people, places, events and monuments that commemorate people and events related to the American Civil War. It is further subdivided into four subseries: Subseries A: Buildings and Interior Spaces; Subseries B: Funerals; Subseries C: Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and veteran groups; Subseries D: Monuments, historic markers and statues to battles, leaders and military units. Within each subseries, items are arranged numerically by accession number.

Subseries A: Buildings and Interior Spaces

Of note are images of buildings in which Abraham Lincoln or his family lived and died.

Subseries B: Funerals

This subseries highlights funerals and mourning rituals for Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant and William McKinley.

Subseries C: Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and veteran groups

Includes images from an Iron Brigade reunion at the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Subseries D: Monuments, historic markers and statues to battles, leaders and military units

Includes images of statues of Abraham Lincoln and of monuments to various regiments at battlefield sites such as Shiloh, Vicksburg, Missionary Ridge and Gettysburg.

Series 4: Scenes of active duty

This series features photographs taken contemporaneously during the Civil War, or images created later but depicting events during the Civil War. The items are further subdivided into seven subseries: Subseries A: Battlefields; Subseries B: Bridges; Subseries C: Camp; Subseries D: Marching; Subseries E: Scenes in Northern States; Subseries F: Prisons; Subseries G: Ships and steam engines. Within each subseries, images are arranged numerically by accession number.

Subseries A: Battlefields

Includes scenes from various battlefields around the country such as Shiloh, Atlanta, Vicksburg, Chattanooga, Gettysburg and sites in Maryland and Virginia. Please refer to the index for assistance in locating specific sites.

Subseries B: Bridges

Highlights the construction, destruction and defense of bridges and railroad bridges.

Subseries C: Camp

Includes images of soldiers and officers in camp.

Subseries D: Marching

Features images of scenery and cities seen while troops were moving between camps and battle sites.

Subseries E: Scenes in Northern States

This small series includes images, primarily from Illinois and New York set between 1860 and 1865.

Subseries F: Prisons

Includes images of Andersonville, Libby and other Civil War prisons, both Union and Confederate.

Subseries G: Ships and steam engines

Features images of naval ships and one railroad engine.

Series 5: Illustrated documents and symbolic or political art

This series includes illustrated documents such as famous speeches or rosters of particular military units, as well as symbolic and political artwork. One subseries is separated, Subseries A: Adalbert J. Volck. Images are arranged numerically by accession number.

Subseries A: Adalbert J. Volck

Features political drawings by Adalbert J. Volck. Volck was born in Germany and moved to the United States sometime around 1848. He became a dentist and settled in Baltimore. Though he was not a soldier, Volck was a Confederate sympathizer, and he used his border location to smuggle items across blockades to the South. Volck was also an artist, and he made etchings under the name V. Blada with strong anti-Union sentiments. These scenes were first published during the Civil War and then in a limited run again in the 1880s. Series 5, Subseries A includes numerous prints from the 1880s reprint. These rare images include caricatures of Abraham Lincoln, raids by Union soldiers and unflattering images of the North.

Related Materials

American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections

Subject Headings

  • Andersonville Prison
  • Atlanta (Ga.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Black, John Charles, 1839-1915
  • Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865
  • Brady, Mathew B., approximately 1823-1896
  • Bragg, Edward S. (Edward Stuyvesant), 1827-1912
  • Burnside, Ambrose Everett, 1824-1881
  • Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893
  • Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876
  • Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889
  • Douglas, Stephen A. (Stephen Arnold), 1813-1861
  • Duryée, Abram, 1815-1890
  • Ellsworth, E.E. (Elmer Ephraim), 1837-1861
  • Farragut, David Glasgow, 1801-1870
  • Gardner, Alexander, 1821-1882
  • Gettysburg, Battle of, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863
  • Grand Army of the Republic
  • Grant, Julia Dent, 1826-1902
  • Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885
  • Halleck, H.W. (Henry Wager), 1815-1872
  • Hamlin, Hannibal, 1809-1891
  • Hancock, Winfield Scott, 1824-1886
  • Hooker, Joseph, 1814-1879
  • Howard, O.O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909
  • Kilpatrick, Judson, 1836-1881
  • Lane, John R. (John Randolph), 1835-1908
  • Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870
  • Libby Prison
  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
  • Lincoln, Mary Todd, 1818-1882
  • Lincoln, Robert Todd, 1843-1926
  • Lincoln, Thomas, 1853-1871
  • Logan, John Alexander, 1826-1886
  • McClellan, George B. (George Brinton), 1826-1885
  • McConnell, Charles H.
  • McPherson, James Birdseye, 1828-1864
  • Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872
  • Missionary Ridge, Battle of, Tenn., 1863
  • Nashville (Tenn.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Pleasonton, Alfred, 1824-1897
  • Porter, David D. (David Dixon), 1813-1891
  • Ransom, Thomas Edwin Greenfield, 1834-1864
  • Rosecrans, William S. (William Starke), 1819-1898
  • Rousseau, Lovell Harrison, 1818-1869
  • Scott, Winfield, 1786-1866
  • Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888
  • Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891
  • Shiloh, Battle of, Tenn., 1862
  • Slocum, Henry Warner, 1826-1894
  • Stanton, Edwin M. (Edwin McMasters), 1814-1869
  • Thomas, George Henry, 1816-1870
  • United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 11th (1861-1865)
  • United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 77th (1862-1865)
  • United States. Army. Illinois Light Artillery Regiment, 1st (1861-1865). Battery B
  • United States. Army. Infantry Division, 4th. Brigade, 3rd
  • United States. Army. Michigan Infantry Regiment, 24th (1862-1865)
  • Vicksburg (Miss.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Volck, Adalbert John, 1828-1912
  • Wallace, William Hervy Lamme, 1821-1862
  • Welles, Gideon, 1802-1878

Image List

Series 1: Individuals

72.988.3.37 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joel Allen, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.915.13 Civil War album –Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, J.P. Almy, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Written on the back, “New Bedford, Mass. Killed the summer of 1873 by an ‘Apache’ in Arizona. [Illegible] while an officer in the 5th US Cav.”
72.127 Oversize Folder 2 Colored photograph, [Thomas Ambrose], 11” x 14”, undated. Image by Kenneth M. Wright, St. Paul, Minnesota.
72.933.27 Box 9 Photograph, [Thomas Ambrose], 10” x 8”, undated. Photograph by Kenneth M. Wright Studio, St. Paul, Minnesota.
72.937bb Box 10 Carte-de-visite print, Robert Anderson, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.1 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Anderson, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Gurney & Son.
72.986.17 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, William D.E. Andrews, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.38 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, E.H. Arms, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.1 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Alexander Sandor Asboth, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York.
72.986.36 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Smith D. Atkins, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.61 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, Edwin Stanton Atkinson, 6” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by Erler Artistic Photographer, Peoria, Illinois.
89.11.2 Box 12 Carte-de-visite print, Christopher Columbus Augur, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.10 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry P. Ayres, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
2009.9.1 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry Elisha Backus, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Part of the 14th Illinois Infantry. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 1.]
89.11.3 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Theodorus Bailey, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.2 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edward Dickinson Baker, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by E. Anthony, New York.
72.937aa Box 10 Carte-de-visite print, Edward Dickinson Baker, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.554 Box 4 Tintype, [Agnes Bale], 3” x 2.625”, undated. [Daughter of George W. Bale, 6th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry.]
72.929.50 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
89.11.4 Box 12 Carte-de-visite print, Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.58 Box 8 Print, Francis Channing Barlow, 7.5” x 4.125”, undated. Engraved by A.H. Richie.
80.28 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, S.E. Barrett, 4”x 2.5”, undated. 1st lieutenant, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
2017.89.1-3 Box 13 Glass lantern slide, Clara Barton, 4" x 3.25", 1890s. Image made by Keystone View Co., Meadville, Pennsylvania. 2 copy prints included.
72.58.3 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Gilbert Bates, 4.25” x 2.5”, 1872. Photograph by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York.
89.11.5 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hiram Berdan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.6 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hiram Berry, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.431 Box 4 Photograph, Mary Ann “Mother” Bickerdyke, 5.5” x 4”, [1895]. Wearing a ribbon that says “11th Annual Convention Department of Kansas, W.R.C. Lawrence, Kansas, February 26-27-28, 1895.”
72.937z Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, J.T. Bishuh [illegible last name], 4” x 2.5”, 1881. Photograph by Frank Robbins, Bradford, Pennsylvania.
72.114 Box 2 Photograph, John C. Black, 4.75” x 6.75”, undated. Signed.
72.635b Box 4 Photograph, John C. Black¸ 5.125” x 4”, undated.
72.636 Box 4 Photograph, John C. Black, 7.5” x 10”, 1904. Leader of the Grand Army of the Republic opening the GAR parade in Boston, Massachusetts.
72.937y Box 9 Print, J.H. Blackwell, 5.5” x 3.5”, undated. Major in 1st Arkansas Regiment.
72.58.4 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Francis Preston Blair, Jr., 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by E. Anthony, New York.
81.6 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, Francis Preston Blair, Jr., 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
72.58.5 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Montgomery Blair, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. Postmaster General.
72.986.35 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Louis Blake, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.43 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Louis Blenker, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
89.11.7 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Louis Blenker, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.369 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Wilkes Booth, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.370 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Wilkes Booth, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.371 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Wilkes Booth, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.8 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Wilkes Booth, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by M. O'Brien.
72.986.43 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Solomon Bostwick, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.42 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, W.H. Bowek, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.679b Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph A. Boyer, 2.5” x 4”, undated. Captain, 8th Iowa Infantry.
72.929.54 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, G. Boyington, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.131 Box 2 Photograph, Edward S. Bragg, 3.875” x 5.5625”, 1885.
72.132 Box 2 Photograph, Edward S. Bragg, 3.875” x 5.5625”, 1878.
72.133 Box 2 Photograph, Edward S. Bragg, 3.875” x 5.5625”, 1864.
72.134 Box 2 Photograph, Edward S. Bragg, 3.875” x 5.5625”, 1862.
72.135 Box 2 Photograph, Edward S. Bragg, 3.875” x 5.5625”, [circa 1902].
72.724 Oversize Box 14 Print, Edward S. Bragg, 8.5” x 11”, undated. Signed.
72.937x Box 9 Cabinet card photograph, Frederick A. Bragg, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by Bund Portraits, Chicago, Illinois. Member of 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry.
72.988.3.17 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Brock, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.1005 Box 17 Ink drawing on wood, John Brown, 6.5” x 9.5”, 1890 September 9. Drawing by J.E. Nicholson.
81.2 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, John Brown, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
72.457 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, F.E. (Francis Edwin) Brownell, 4.5” x 2.5”, 1861. Photograph by C.C. Schoonmaker, Photographer, Troy, New York. Brownell avenged the death of Elmer E. Ellsworth.
72.58.6 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, William Cullen Bryant, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.7 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Don Carlos Buell, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. (2 copies.)
81.9 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Don Carlos Buell, 4” x 2.5”, undated
72.136b Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Augustus F. Buhl, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by [illegible]. 24th Michigan Infantry.
72.988.3.6 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, John A. Burdett, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.937cc Box 10 Cabinet card painted photograph, Harry King Burgwin, Jr., 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. “Col. 26th North Carolina Infantry. Killed while leading his regiment, colors in hand in the attack of Pettigrew’s Brigade on the Iron Brigade at Gettysburg July 1st 1863.”
72.937.3 Box 10 Photograph, William H.S. Burgwyn, 8.5” x 10.5”, undated.
72.58.8 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ambrose Burnside, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.9 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ambrose Burnside, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.775 Oversize Box 14 Print, “[Ambrose] Burnside at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862,” 9.5” x 12”, circa 1897. Original painting by Henry A. Ogden, print by Knight & Brown, 1897.
72.937w Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, Ambrose Burnside, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston and Washington.
89.11.9 Box 12 Carte-de-visite print, Ambrose Burnside, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.10 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ambrose Burnside, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.34 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry L. Bushnell, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.10 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Benjamin Butler, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.823 Box 6 Photograph, Benjamin Butler, 2.75” x 2.125”, undated.
72.937v Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, Benjamin Butler, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.11 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Daniel Butterfield, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by Charles Taber & Co., New York.
89.11.11 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Daniel Butterfield, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.38 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, Henry Capehart, 6.5” x 4.5”, undated.
72.915.23 Civil War album –Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lewis Cass, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.136c Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, George W. Chilson, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by E.W. Ingmire, Springfield, Illinois.
72.136d Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles H. Chope, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Randall, Detroit, Michigan.
72.136e Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, E.B. Chope, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by James A. Brush, Detroit, Michigan.
72.929.46 Box 8 Print, W.H. Christian then and now, 3.625” x 5.125”, undated, Stephenville, Texas.
72.136f Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel W. Church, 4” x 2.5”, [1863]. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, Springfield, Illinois.
72.986.9 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, James O. Churchill, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
80.3 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, James O. Churchill, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Allen. 11th Illinois Infantry.
72.988.3.26 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Merritt M. Clark, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
92.14 Box 13 Photograph, David W. Clarke, 4” x 6.25”, undated. Photograph by H.W. Loveday's Art Gallery.
72.58.12 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, J.H. Coates, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Bowman & Rawson Photographers, Peru, Illinois.
72.986.26 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, James Coates, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.136g Box 2 Carte-de-visite print, John Cochrane, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.58.13 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Michael Corcoran, 4” x 2.5”, 1862. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
89.11.12 Box 12 Carte-de-visite print, Michael Corcoran, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.31 Box 8 Print, L.H.D. Crane, 5.75” x 4.25”, 1862. Lithograph by C. Inger.
72.929.42 Box 8 Photograph, G.W. Crego, 3.5” x 2.125”, undated.
89.11.13 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas L. Crittenden, 4” x 2.5”, 1861. Photograph by E. Anthony, New York.
89.11.14 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Marcellus Monroe Crocker, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by R.H. Kimball & Co., Leavenworth, Kansas.
89.11.15 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Marcellus Monroe Crocker, 4” x 2.5”, 1863. Photograph by Barr & Young, Ohio.
72.929.26 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Andrew Gregg Curtin, 4” x 2.5”, photograph by E. Anthony, New York, undated
72.915.21 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel Ryan Curtis, 4” x 2.25”, 1865. Photograph by M.B. Brady & Co., Washington, D.C. and New York.
89.11.17 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel Ryan Curtis, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.136h Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, William B. Cushing, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, New York & Washington, D.C. [This does not look like the same person when compared to other images of William B. Cushing.]
72.429 Box 4 Photograph, Miss Major Pauline Cushman, Union spy, 4.5” x 4”, undated. “Miss Major Pauline Cushman the Union spy and scout who was captured and sentenced to death as a Federal Spy and was rescued at Shelbyville, Tenn. By the Union Army under General Rosecrans.”
72.58.14 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Armstrong Custer, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, New York and Washington, D.C. Wearing hat.
72.58.15 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Armstrong Custer, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, New York and Washington, D.C. Full length.
72.58.16 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Armstrong Custer, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Mora, New York.
89.11.18 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Armstrong Custer, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.24 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Armstrong Custer, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
89.11.19 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John A. Dahlgren, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.20 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John A. Dahlgren, 4” x 2.5”, New York, undated. Photograph by E. & H.T. Anthony.
80.34 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles Henry Davis, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by S.M. Fassett's New Gallery, Chicago.
72.986.5 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, [I.M.G.] Davis, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.40 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Asa Lee Davison, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by N. Olsen, New Orleans.
72.986.18 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry H. Dean, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
80.1 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry H. Dean, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Barnes & Curtis, Photographers, Rockford, Illinois.
72.986.13 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel B. Dean, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.17 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, James Dearing, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by Tanner & Vanness, Photographers, Lynchburg, Virginia.
72.988.3.20 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Denby, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.56 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Denby, 4” x 2.5”, photograph by T. Lilienthal, New Orleans, undated. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.988.3.31 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edmund S. Dewey, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.4 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Cyrus E. Dickey, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.2 Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, T. Lyle Dickey, 6.5” x 4.125”, undated. Photograph by C.D. Mosher, Chicago, Illinois. Dickey served in the 4th Illinois Cavalry.
99.2 Box 13 Photograph, Anna E. Dickinson, 3.75” x 5.25”, undated.
72.58.18 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Adams Dix, 4” x 2.5”, 1861. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.19 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Adams Dix, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.929.19 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, John Adams Dix, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
89.11.21 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Adams Dix, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
92.9 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, [G.S. Dodge?], 4” x 2.5”, Chicago, undated. Photograph by Dodge.
72.136i Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, William R. Dodsley, 4” x 2.5”, 1865 April 24, Camp Butler, Illinois. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, Springfield, Illinois. 24th Michigan Infantry.
72.390 Box 4 Photograph, “I am the dog that went through the army, with the 25th Iowa Infantry,” 5.5” x 3.75”, undated. Photograph by Merrill, Abilene, Kansas.
72.988.3.32 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Wayne O. Donald, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
89.1.7 Box 11 Print, Abner Doubleday, 8.5” x 6.5”, undated. Published by J.C. Buttre, New York.
80.38 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Adele Douglas, nee Cutts, wife of Illinois Senator Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago, 4”x 2.5”, 1860. Photograph by Fassett's Gallery.
81.5 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, Stephen A. Douglas, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
2015.1 Art & Artifact Lithograph, Stephen A. Douglas, 13” x 16”, circa 1864. By C.E. Middleton.
72.937u Box 9 Photograph, Thomas Fenwick Drayton, 7.5” x 5.75”, undated.
72.986.27 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Duncan, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.20 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel Francis Du Pont, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. Taken when he is younger.
72.58.21 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel Francis Du Pont, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. Taken when he is older.
72.58.22 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abram Duryée, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.23 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abram Duryée, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by A.A. Turner, published by D. Appleton & Co., New York.
72.937t Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, Abram Duryée, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
89.11.23 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abram Duryée, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.30 Box 8 Cyanotype, [first name unknown] Duval, 6.25” x 4.5”, undated.
72.151 Oversize Box 14 Print, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 13.75” x 9.5”, undated. Lithograph by T.W. Strong, New York. “Col. Ellsworth, N.Y. Fire Zouaves, assassinated in Alexandria, Virginia, May 24th, 1861.”
72.450 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 4” x 2.5”, 1861. Photograph by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. Ellsworth was a personal friend of Abraham Lincoln and was the first Union soldier to die in the Civil War.
72.451 Box 4 Carte-de-visite print, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.452 Box 4 Etching, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 5” x 3.25”, 1861. Etching by John Chester Buttre from a photograph by Matthew Brady.
72.453 Box 4 Carte-de-visite print, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by R.R. Landon, Chicago.
72.454 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York, from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.988.3.3 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite print, Elmer E. Ellsworth, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.4 Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, Lucius Fairchild, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by Elite Photographic Studio, San Francisco, California.
72.58.24 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, David Farragut, 4” x 2.5”, 186[?]. Photograph by F.A.
72.58.25 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, David Farragut, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.937s Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, David Farragut, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
81.8 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, David Farragut, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.39 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Cyrus Field, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Geo. G. Rockwood, New York.
72.988.3.43 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Benjamin F. Fisher, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.40 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Gray Foster, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.26 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edward C. Franklin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Charles D. Fredricks & Co., New York. Surgeon.
72.58.27 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, William B. Franklin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.28 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, William B. Franklin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.937r Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, William B. Franklin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.929.8 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Isaac Frazer, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Grotecloss, New York.
72.58.29 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, John C. Fremont, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.53 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, John C. Fremont, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.25 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John C. Fremont, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
2017.87.1-2 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photographs, Barbara Fritchie and her home, Frederick City, Maryland, 2.5" x 4", circa 1862. Photographs by J. Byerly, Frederick, Maryland.
72.58.31 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Gainsboro, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J.E. Tilton & Co., Boston.
72.58.30 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Gainsborough, 4.125” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
2008.45.3 Box 13 Stereo card photograph, Alexander Gardner's Studio, 3” x 3”, 1863, Washington, D.C. Photograph by Alexander Gardner.
2008.45.1 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, James Gardner, 2.5” x 4”, undated. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, Photographer to the Army of the Potomac, Published by Philip & Solomons, Washington, D.C. Established photographer, Alexander Gardner’s portrait of his brother.
72.932a Box 8 Cabinet card photograph of painting, James A. Garfield, 6.5” x 4.5”, undated. Photograph by Robertson’s Photographic Art Gallery, Platteville, Wisconsin.
72.932b Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, James A. Garfield, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.932c Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lucretia R. Garfield, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Wife of James A. Garfield.
72.932d Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, Lucretia R. Garfield, 6.5” x 4.25”, 1902 April 11. Photograph by M. Mould & Son Photographic Studio, LaCrosse, Wisconsin.
89.11.26 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John White Geary, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Le Rue Lemer, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
72.136k Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Gibbons, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J. Bardwell, Detroit.
72.58.32 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Quincy Adams Gillmore, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.33 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Quincy Adams Gillmore, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York.
89.11.27 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Quincy Adams Gillmore, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.28 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Louis M. Goldsborough, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
91.5.3 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, Louis M. Goldsborough, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J.E. Tilton & Co. Manufacturers & Importers of Photograph Albums & Cartes de visite, Boston; J.W. Queen & Co., Philadelphia.
89.11.29 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Willis Arnold Gorman, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.5 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, Gordon Granger, 3” x 2.375”, undated. Photograph by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York.
72.937q Box 9 Carte-de-visite photograph, Julia Dent Grant, 4” x 2.5”, [1864]. [Photograph by Matthew Brady.] Wife of Ulysses S. Grant.
72.58.34 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 6.]
72.148 Oversize Folder 19 Print, Ulysses S. Grant, 29.5” x 21.75”, 1885. Engraved by J.C. Buttre, from a full length photo by Anderson, published by George Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
72.248 Reading Room Painting, oil on canvas, Ulysses S. Grant, 78” x 54”, undated. Painted by Pauline Dohn. Modeled after G.P.A. Healy’s painting, “The Peacemakers.”
72.250 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, Ulysses S. Grant, 50” x 40.5”, 1863. Painting by John Antrobus.
72.301 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 6.5”, 1885 July 22. Photograph by J.G. Gilman, New York. “Last photograph of Gen. Grant, four days before death.”
72.306 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by C.D. Fredericks & Co., New York.
72.776 Oversize Box 14 Print, “Grant in the Wilderness, May 5, 1864,” 9.5” x 12”, 1897. By Henry A. Ogden, printed by Knight & Brown.
72.825 Oversize Folder 6 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 18.125” x 15.25”, [1864].
72.915.18 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by F. Gutekunst, Franklin & Co., Washington, D.C.
72.988.3.2 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite print, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.136l Box 2 Carte-de-visite print, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
80.4 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, as Lieutenant General. 4”x 2.5”, undated.
80.39 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4”x 2.5”, undated,
86.6.1 Box 11 Print, Ulysses S. Grant, 11” x 8.5”, undated. Engraved by Barry Moser.
89.11.31 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F. Gutekunst.
90.36 Box 12 Album of etchings, “U.S. Grant Album,” 5.25” x 4.25”, undated. Depicts scenes from the life and death of Ulysses S. Grant.
91.4.5 Box 13 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant, 4.5” x 6.5”, 1891. Negative by Alexander Gardner, 1864, photograph by M.P. Rice, 1891. This image was produced in 1891 from the only original untouched negative made in 1864 at the time Grant was commissioned by President Lincoln as the Lieutenant General of all Armies of the Republic.
92.44.1 Box 13 Print, Ulysses S. Grant, 4.75” x 5.75”, undated. Published by R.R. Landon, Chicago, engraved by John Sartain, Philadelphia.
72.915.6 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, C.E. Graves, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by J.J. Hawes, Boston. 33rd Massachusetts Volunteers.
72.929.49 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Mrs. L.B. Gray, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Cahill, Boston, Massachusetts.
72.136m Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Sullivan D. Green, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.4 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, David P. Grier, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.637 Box 19 Print on tile, Adaline L. Griggs, 3.75” x 5”, 1867. Griggs, of Urbana, Illinois, married John C. Black around the time of this image.
72.929.14 Box 8 Print, William Grose, 5” x 3.75”, undated.
2009.7.4 Box 13 Photograph, Thomas Grosvenor, 6” x 8”, circa 1864. Photograph by W.H. Stoddard. Grosvenor fought in the Civil War, served as a lawyer for the City of Chicago and was killed in the aftermath of the 1871 Chicago Fire.
72.58.36 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry Halleck, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by D. Appleton & Co. New York, photograph by A.A. Turner.
72.58.37 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Henry Halleck, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937p Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Henry Halleck, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
89.11.32 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry Halleck, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.16 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles G. Halpine, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by C.D. Fedricks & Co. Pen-name Miles O’Reilly.
72.342 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hannibal Hamlin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Charles D. Fredricks & Co., New York. Vice President of the United States.
72.343 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hannibal Hamlin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, from negative by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.38 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Winfield Scott Hancock, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.33 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Winfield Scott Hancock, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.986.28 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Douglas Hapeman, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
78.33.2 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, James Harlan, 31” x 25”, circa 1920. Painting by Arthur de Ferraris. Harlan was a U.S. Senator and the father-in-law to Robert Todd Lincoln.
80.29 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, L.P. Hart, 4”x 2.5”, undated. 1st lieutenant, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
89.11.34 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John F. Hartranft, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.35 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Lucas Hartsuff, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Gurnoy & Son.
89.11.36 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Porter Hatch, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.260 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, Kirk Hawes, 42.5” x 33.5”, before 1913. Painting by Alden Finney Brooks. First president of Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Association.
72.58.35 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Babcock Hazen, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, New York and Washington, D.C.
72.929.56 Box 8 Photograph, William Babcock Hazen, 5.5” x 3.875”, undated.
72.988.3.16 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Sylvester S. Heath, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.55 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Sylvester S. Heath, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by A.D. Lytle, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
81.1 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, Samuel P. Heintzelman, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
72.136o Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, B. [Benjamin] W. Hendricks, 4” x 2.5”, undated. 24th Michigan Infantry.
72.58.88 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas Andrews Hendricks, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.
72.58.39 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Francis J. Herron, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J. Gurney & Son, New York.
72.58.40 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Sidney Higby, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Chicago Mercantile Battery.
89.11.37 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph Holt, 4” x 2.5”, 1865. Photograph by M.B. Brady & Co.
80.37 Box 11 Photograph, John Bell Hood, New Orleans, 5.5” x 4”, undated. Photograph by S. Anderson.
72.58.41 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Joseph Hooker, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.42 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph Hooker, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.777 Oversize Box 14 Print, “Hooker at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863,” 9.5” x 12”, 1897. By Henry A. Ogden, printed by Knight & Brown.
72.915.7 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph Hooker, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Published by E & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.915.8 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph Hooker, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by Alex Gardner, published by Philip & Solomons, Washington, D.C.
89.11.38 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph Hooker, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by M.B. Brady & Co.
72.986.40 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles Hotchkiss, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by E.R. Gard’s Photographic Art Palace, Chicago.
72.988.3.29 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Walter H. Hotchkiss, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.53 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Walter B. Hotchkiss, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.915.16 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Oliver O. Howard, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, Washington, D.C. and New York.
89.11.39 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Oliver O. Howard, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.136p Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Shepherd L. Howard, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by C.S. German, National Gallery, Springfield, Illinois.
72.929.36 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, Julia Ward Howe, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by C.F. Conly, Boston, Massachusetts. Author and poet, best known for writing “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”
72.915.14 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, T.S. Howland, 4” x 2.25”, undated. N. Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 33rd Massachusetts Volunteers.
72.986.7 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Oliver G. Hunt, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.43 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, David Hunter, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.986.10 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Richardson W. Hurlbut, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.740 Box 5 Photograph, Stephen A. Hurlbut, 4.1875” x 2.875”, undated.
72.136q Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Hutchinson, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.48 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Richard A. Huxtable, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.11 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Orton Ingersoll, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.46 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Casey B. James, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.47 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George W. James, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.23 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Charles Davis Jameson, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.988.3.45 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George H. Jenkins, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.57 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, George H. Jenkins, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.988.3.21 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, A. Johnson, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
86.8.2 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Andrew Johnson, 4” x 2.5”, 1865. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
2017.92 Box 13 Carte-de-visite print, Andrew Johnson, 4” x 2.5”, circa 1865.
72.937o Box 9 Carte-de-visite photograph, Philip Kearney, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.783.1 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Benjamin F. Kelley, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.48 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, James L. Kemper, 6.5” x 4.125”, undated. Published by Taylor & Huntington Publishers, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.988.3.9 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, D.M. Kenney, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.33 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George C. Kenyon, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.33 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Nathaniel C. Kenyon, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by J. Carbutt, Chicago.
72.58.45 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by C.D. Fredricks & Co., New York.
72.783.2 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.824 Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Published by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.915.11 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
89.11.40 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
72.136r Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edgar A. Kimmel, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, City Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. 1st Lieutenant, Company [?], 24th Michigan Infantry. Signed.
72.136s Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles A. King, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, City Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. Signed.
72.783.3 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Rufus King, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.23 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, J. Kirby, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.783.4 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Frederick W. Lander, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.15 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, Jacob Gartner Lauman, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by H.P. Eggert, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
72.522 Box 4 Photograph, Robert E. Lee, 7.3125” x 5.25”, undated. Photograph by J. Vannerson. Image is very faded and difficult to see.
72.523 Box 4 Photograph, Robert E. Lee, 5.125” x 4.25”, [1862], Richmond, Virginia. Photograph by J. Vannerson. “Taken by Vannerson, Richmond: just after the Seven days fights around the city – origl. autograph.”
72.59 Box 2 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 5.5” x 3.875”, 1857. Print by S.M. Fassett, Chicago, H.W. Immke, Princeton, Ill.
72.101 Oversize Folder 13 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 24.5” x 18.75”, undated.
72.108 Box 2 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 7.625” x 10.625”, undated. [Painting by Blendon Campbell.]
72.129 Box 2 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 3.5” x 5.25”, 1861 March. Photograph by McNulta, Springfield, Ill.
72.165 Oversize Folder 8 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 20” x 16”, undated.
72.166 Oversize Folder 8 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 20” x 16”, undated.
72.167 Oversize Folder 8 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 20.5” x 16.75”, undated.
72.185 Oversize Box 14 Engraving Abraham Lincoln, 15” x 12”, undated. Engraved and published by William Sartain.
72.220 HWLC Lobby Painting, oil on canvas, Abraham Lincoln, 74.75” x 54.5”, circa 1900. Painting by Pauline Dohn. Modeled after G.P.A. Healy’s painting, “The Peacemakers.”
72.255 Special Collections Staff Hallway Painting, oil on canvas, Abraham Lincoln, 44.5” x 50.25”, undated. Painting by Alden Finney Brooks.
72.256 Art & Artifact Painting, Abraham Lincoln, 14” x 11”, circa 1860. Painting by Cornelia Adele Strong Fassett. This painting was donated to the 1863 Sanitary Fair.
72.274 Art & Artifact Painting, Abraham Lincoln, 84.75” x 37.75”, circa 1950. Painting by Nicholas Toderoff.
72.316 Box 3 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 3.625” x 5.125”, undated. Presented [to GAR], 1903. Resembles photograph by Alexander Hesler, 1857.
72.317 Box 3 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 3.75” x 5.75”, 1859 October 4. Photograph by Samuel M. Fassett, Chicago.
72.318 Box 3 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 3.5” x 5.5”, 1860 June 3. Photograph by Alexander Hesler, Springfield, Illinois.
72.335 Box 3 Print, Abraham Lincoln on horseback in front of his home, Springfield, Illinois, 4” x 5.5”, [1858]. “Citizens reception at the close of the campaign with Stephen A. Douglas for the Senate in 1858.”
72.341 Box 3 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 6.125” x 8.25”, 1864 February 9. Photograph by Matthew Brady.
72.344 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 2.5” x 4”, 1861 February 23. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, from negative by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.345 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, 1863 August 9. Photograph by Alex. Gardner, published by Philip & Solomons, Washington, D.C.
72.346 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, 1865 April 10. Photograph by Alex Gardner, published by Philip & Solomons, Washington, D.C.
72.774 Oversize Folder 9 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 22.5” x 29.75”, undated. Engraved by Henry Gugler.
72.915.19 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.33 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Abraham Lincoln on deathbed, 4” x 2.5”, 1866.
72.939b Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York, from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.939.1 Box 19 Print mounted on wood, Abraham Lincoln, 2.5” x 4”, undated.
72.939.2 Box 10 Print, Abraham Lincoln and one of his quotes, 5” x 8”, undated.
72.939.3 Box 10 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 8” x 10”, undated.
72.939.4 Box 10 Framed print, Abraham Lincoln, 5.75” x 4.25”, undated.
72.939.5b Box 10 Carte-de-visite print, Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.7 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Salisbury Bros. & Co. Manufacturers of Gold & Gold Played Jewelry. Actual image is 0.75” x 0.5” oval set in embossed ornamental frame.
92.45.2 Box 13 Print, Abraham Lincoln, 6.5” x 8.25”, undated. Published by Chr. Kimmel & Forster, New York.
93.6 Oversize Folder 25 Chromolithograph, Abraham Lincoln, 15” x 19”, undated. Image by Wynkoop.
2007.51a Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln, profile, 4” x 2.5”, 1864 February 9. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
2008.9.A Box 13 Postcard, Abraham Lincoln, 3.5” x 5.5”, undated.
2008.36 Oversize Box 15 Color print, Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth president of the United States, 10” x 14”, 1860. Published by Currier & Ives.
2008.44 Art & Artifact Painting on canvas, “Tall Man of Destiny: Images of Abraham Lincoln,” 24” x 18”, circa 2008. Painting by Maria Pfropper. Commissioned by Chicago Public Library for exhibit of same name.
72.337 Oversize Box 14 Print, Mary Todd Lincoln, 12” x 15.5”, [1860]. Image by Max Rosenthal.
72.348 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Mary Todd Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, circa 1864. Engraved based on photograph by Wenderoth & Taylor.
72.349 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Mary Todd Lincoln, 4” x 2.5”, 1863.
78.33.1 Reading Room Painting, oil on canvas, Robert Todd Lincoln, 26.375” x 35.375”, 1894. Painting by Hubert Vos.
72.351 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lincoln, Tad (Thomas), 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.
72.988.3.44 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Nathaniel Livingston, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.46 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Alexander Logan, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.269 Reading Room Painting, oil on canvas, John Alexander Logan, 65” x 45.25”, circa 1911. Painting by H.K. Saunders.
72.694 Box 4 Photograph, John Alexander Logan, 3.125” x 2.375”, undated. Photograph by J. Carbutt, Chicago, Illinois.
72.783.5 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Alexander Logan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937n Box 9 Print, John Alexander Logan, 7.25” x 4.5”, undated. Engraved by H.B. Hall’s Sons, New York.
72.1047 Art & Artifact Photograph, John Alexander Logan, 13” x 16”, undated.
2017.88 Box 13 Cabinet card photograph, John Alexander Logan, 4.25" x 6.5", 1860s.
72.986.6 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Owen M. Long, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.992 Box 10 Photograph, John Mason Loomis, 4.625” x 7.25”, undated. 26th Illinois Infantry.
92.15 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, Nathaniel Lyon, 4” x 2.5”, [1861]. Photograph by E. & H.T. Anthony Manufacturers of the best Photographic Albums.
72.136y Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Arthur Macy, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by [illegible], Detroit.
72.929.22 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, John B. Magruder, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.993 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Orrin Mann, 4” x 2.5”, undated. 39th Illinois Infantry.
72.783.9 Box 5 Carte-de-visite print, Joseph K.F. Mansfield, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.10 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Mahlon D. Manson, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.11 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Marmaduke [?], 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by E.L. Brand, Chicago, Illinois.
72.929.20 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, James Murray Mason, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.929.21 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, James Murray Mason, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.47 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, John McArthur, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.986.44 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hubert A. McCaleb, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.48 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, George B. McClellan, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by C.D. Fredricks & Co., New York.
72.783.6 Box 5 Carte-de-visite print, George B. McClellan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937l Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, George B. McClellan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937m Box 9 Cabinet card photograph, George B. McClellan, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
89.11.41 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, George B. McClellan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
81.7 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, Mary Ellen Marcy McClellan, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
72.4 Art & Artifact Painting on porcelain, Charles H. McConnell, 10.75” x 12.75”, undated. Painting by Baldwin McCreer.
72.136u Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles H. McConnell, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by G.B. Hall, Capital Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. Signed.
72.730 Box 5 Photograph, Charles H. McConnell, 5” x 3.75”, undated.
72.974 Box 10 Photograph, Charles H. McConnell, 3.75” x 2.75”, undated.
72.136x Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph E. McConnell, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.50 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Alexander McDowell McCook, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Elias Dexter.
72.783.7 Box 5 Carte-de-visite print, Alexander McDowell McCook, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.8 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, John S. McCulloch, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.41 Box 7 Print, William McCullough, 4” x 2.75”, undated.
72.58.51 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Irvin McDowell, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by D. Appleton & Co., New York, A.A. Turner, Photographer.
72.929.45 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, George McDuffie, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.986.15 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, G.W. McKee, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.154 Oversize Folder 15 Drawing, profile portrait of William McKinley, 16.25” x 20”, [date illegible]. Copyright by W.B. Allen.
72.930.3 Box 18 Metal oval print, William McKinley, 7.5” x 5”, undated.
72.1061 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, William McKinley, 30.25” x 43.25”, 1920s. Painting by Alden Finney Brooks.
72.58.52 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, James B. McPherson, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York.
72.58.53 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, James B. McPherson, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.8 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, James B. McPherson, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.820 Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, James B. McPherson, 6.5” x 4.5”, undated. Published by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.937j Box 9 Print, James B. McPherson, 6.125” x 3.875”, undated. Engraved by A.H. Ritchie.
72.937k Box 9 Carte-de-visite photograph, James B. McPherson, 3.125” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J. Gurney & Son, New York.
72.779 Oversize Box 14 Print, “[George] Meade at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863,” 9.5” x 12”, 1897. By Henry A. Ogden, printed by Knight & Brown.
72.783.12 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Meade, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.822 Oversize Folder 5 Photograph, George Meade, 14.75” x 17.75”, undated.
72.822A Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, George Meade, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Published by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.915.20 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Meade, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
80.40 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Wesley Merritt, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
72.136z Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, L. [Louis] L. Middy, 4” x 2.5”, undated. “Conf. S. Navy.”
72.153 Box 3 Photograph, Nelson A. Miles, 5.75” x 4”, undated. Photograph by Brands Studios.
72.267 Art & Artifact Painting, Nelson A. Miles, 72” x 48”, undated.
72.929.17 Box 8 Photograph, Robert H. Milroy and staff, 7.5” x 5.25”, 1865 June, Tullahoma, Tennessee.
72.783.13 Box 5 Carte-de-visite print, Ormsby M. Mitchel, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937i Box 9 Carte-de-visite photograph, Emil Moores, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.54 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edwin Denison Morgan, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York, from Photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.55 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, W.H. [William Henry?] Morgan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
2017.84 Box 13 Photograph, David W. Morris, Company H, 126th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 5" x 8", 1862. [See also: American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 12.]
2017.85 Box 13 Carte-de-visite print of David W. Morris, Company H, 126th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 2.5" x 4", undated. [See also: American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 12.]
72.136aa Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry A. Morrow, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, City Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. Colonel, 24th Michigan Infantry. Signed.
72.915.5 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, [W.P. Mudge], 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by S. Masury, Boston. 33rd Massachusetts Volunteers. Killed Oct. 29th 1863.
72.783.14 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, James A. Mulligan, 4” x 2.5”, 1861.
72.136bb Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Eugene F. Nardin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Sergeant, 24th Michigan Infantry.
72.986.3 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Garrett Nevins, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.47 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Garrett Nevins, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by Barnes, Nevius & Co., Rockford, Illinois.
72.783.15 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Newton, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.434b Box 4 Tintype, Ephraim Nicholson [?], 2.5” x 2.25”, undated. Sent with Soldier’s Prayerbook.
72.58.56 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Nugent, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Charles D. Fredricks & Co., New York.
72.988.3.49 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Enock R. Nye, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
80.5 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, R.J. Oglesby, Illinois Governor. 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by S.M. Fassett's New Gallery, Chicago.
72.783.17 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, John M. Palmer, 4.25” x 2.5”, undated.
72.136dd Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Charles Parham, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.988.3.15 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Jo. T. Parker, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.14 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, M[ilgrove] B. Parmenter, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.41 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ames Parr, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.36 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Orange Parret, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.16 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Mosby Monroe Parsons, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937g Box 9 Cabinet card photograph, Gabriel René Paul, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.58.57 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Hiram Paulding, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.58 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Calbraith Perry, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative by M.B. Brady.
72.915.2 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Caleb Philbrick, 4” x 2.25”, undated. 33rd Massachusetts Volunteers.
72.986.46 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles Pieronnet, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.8 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Benjamin H. Pierson, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.136ee Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, George H. Pinckney, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.59 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Alfred Pleasonton, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, New York.
72.58.60 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, Alfred Pleasonton, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.18 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Alfred Pleasonton, 4” x 2.5”, 1862. Photograph by Matthew Brady.
72.1060 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, [George [Alfred?]] Pleasonton, 21.625” x 26.375”, undated. Painting by J.G. Hulett.
72.58.61 Box 1 Carte-de-visite print, David Dixon Porter, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.64 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, David Dixon Porter, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.783.19 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, David Dixon Porter, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.3 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, David Dixon Porter, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.58.62 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Fitz-John Porter, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 16.]
91.5.4 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, Fitz-John Porter, 4” x 2.5”, New York, undated. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
72.58.63 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, William David Porter, 4” x 2.5”, circa 1864. Photograph by Charles D. Fredricks & Co., New York. Signed.
72.783.20 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Joseph H. Potter, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.21 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Henry Powell, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.51 Box 8 Photograph, Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss, 5.875” x 3.75”, undated.
72.937f Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, Sterling Price, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.937e Box 9 Cabinet card photograph, Benjamin Dudley Pritchard, 6.5” x 4.125”, undated. Photograph by Porter, Michigan. Colonel of 4th Michigan Cavalry who captured Jefferson Davis.
72.929.35 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Wythe Randolph, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.65 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas E.G. Ransom, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Bowman & Rawson Photographers, Peru & La Salle, Illinois. 11th Illinois Infantry.
72.783.22 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas E.G. Ransom, 4” x 2.5”, undated. 11th Illinois Infantry.
72.986.2 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas E.G. Ransom, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.45 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas E.G. Ransom, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
89.11.42 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Thomas E.G. Ransom, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J. Carbutt, Photographic Artist. 11th Illinois Infantry.
72.136ff Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Frank Raymond, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by [illegible], Detroit.
72.545 Box 4 Photograph, Richard Realf, 3.5” x 2.25”, 1865. Photograph by Wm. Schultz, Summit, N.J. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 18.]
72.546 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, Richard Realf, 4” x 2.5”, 1864.
91.5.2 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Rebecca, a slave girl from New Orleans,” 4” x 2.5”, 1863. Photograph by M.H. Kimball. Back reads, “The nett [sic] proceeds from the sale of these Photographs will be devoted exclusively to the education of colored people in the Department of the Gulf, now under the command of Major General Banks.” Shows an African American girl.
72.988.3.7 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, John B. Reici, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.25 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Israel Bush Richardson, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
92.10 Box 13 Print, Israel Bush Richardson, 3.5” x 5”, undated. Engraved by J.C. Buttre.
72.58.66 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, Roswell Sabine Ripley, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.988.3.35 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, H. Roe, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
80.8 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, E.O.F. Roler. 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Armstead & Taylor Artists, Corinth, Mississippi. Surgeon. Signed, “Yours Truly E.O.F. Roler [illegible]”
72.163 Oversize Box 14 Drawing, George F. Root, 15.5” x 13”, 1896. By M.R. Noyes.
72.136a Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Gottlieb C. Rose, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Hoelke & Benecke, Photographers, St. Louis, Missouri.
72.986.23 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lucius M. Rose, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.67 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Rosecrans, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.23 Box 5 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Rosecrans, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
89.11.43 Box 12 Carte-de-visite print, William Rosecrans, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
72.162 Oversize Folder 3 Photograph, Joseph Rosenbaum, 19.5” x 24,” undated. Photograph by Steffens.
72.1046 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, Joseph Rosenbaum, 25” x 30”, undated. [Painting by Alden Finney Brooks].
80.6 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, L.F. [Leonard Fulton] Ross. 4”x 2.5”, undated. 17th Illinois Infantry. Signed, “Very respectfully L.F. Ross Brig. Gen.”
72.988.3.24 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, John D. Rouse, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.68 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lovell Rousseau, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.69 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lovell Rousseau, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.393 Box 4 Photograph, Drummer Boy [A.T. Rutherford], 5.375” x 3.75”, undated. 29th Wisconsin Company B.
80.7 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, A.H. Ryan. 4”x 2.5”, undated. 17th Illinois Infantry. Signed, “Yours Truly A.M. Ryan”
92.19 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, John Benjamin Sanborn, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by M.C. Tuttle, St. Paul, Minnesota.
72.58.44 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, R.M. [Roswell?] Sawyer, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.70 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Robert Cumming Schenck, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.929.59 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, M. Scott, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.58.71 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Winfield Scott, 4” x 2.5”, 1862. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.937d Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, Winfield Scott, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.929.52 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, John Sedgwick, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston & Washington.
72.937c Box 9 Cabinet card photograph, John Sedgwick, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.929.18 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, Raphael Semmes, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.117 Box 2 Print, W.E. Shaw, 5.25” x 7.5625”, undated. Signed.
72.986.12 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Frederick W. Shaw, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.249 Art & Artifact Painting, oil on canvas, Philip Sheridan, 22.125” x 27.25”, circa 1890. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 20.]
72.780 Oversize Box 14 Print, “[Philip] Sheridan at Five Forks, April 1, 1865,” 9.5” x 12”, 1897. By Henry A. Ogden, printed by Knight & Brown.
72.819 Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, Philip Sheridan, 4.25” x 6.5”, undated. Published by John C. Taylor, Hartford, Connecticut.
72.915.10 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Philip Sheridan, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.972.1 Box 10 Cabinet card photograph, Philip Sheridan, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. Photograph by Alex. Hesler, Chicago, Illinois,
89.11.44 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Philip Sheridan, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
91.4.1 Box 13 Photograph, Philip Sheridan, 4” x 4.5”, undated. Photograph attributed to photographer Matthew Brady.
72.58.72 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Tecumseh Sherman, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph copied by Bowman & Rawson Photographers, Peru & La Salle, Illinois. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 21.]
72.136gg Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Tecumseh Sherman, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.268-A Reading Room Painting, oil on canvas, William Tecumseh Sherman, 37” x 45”, 1894. Painting by Oldrich Farsky.
72.783.24 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Tecumseh Sherman, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.915.3 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Tecumseh Sherman, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
89.11.45 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Tecumseh Sherman, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.73 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, James Shields, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.783.25 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, James Shields, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.24 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, James Shields, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.988.3.27 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, John M. Shields, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.74 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Daniel Edgar Sickles, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.75 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Daniel Edgar Sickles, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.783.26 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, Daniel Edgar Sickles, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.27 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, Franz Sigel, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.76 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Adam J. Slemmer, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.58.77 Box 2 Carte-de-visite print, Henry Warner Slocum, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.28 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry Warner Slocum, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.915.17 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry Warner Slocum, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.60 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Andrew Jackson Smith, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J.W. Taft, Oak Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee
72.58.78 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Caleb B. Smith, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.47 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, [I.]F. Smith, 6.5” x 4.5”, undated. Photograph by The Notman Photographic Co., Albany, New York.
72.783.29 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, John E. Smith, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.988.3.25 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel J. Smith, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.79 Box 2 Carte-de-visite print, William Farrar Smith, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937b Box 9 Carte-de-visite print, William Farrar Smith, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.6 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, William Sprague, 4.25” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York.
72.58.80 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edwin M. Stanton, 4” x 2.5”, 1862. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
81.4 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, Edwin M. Stanton, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
72.988.3.13 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, E. Stevens, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.81 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Issac Ingalls Stevens, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative from Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.988.3.19 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, [W.W.] Stevens, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.794 Box 6 Photograph, James Stewart, 7.5” x 5.5”, undated. Battery B, 4th U.S. Artillery.
72.795 Box 6 Photograph, tombstone of James Stewart, Arlington National Cemetery, 4.875” x 6.75”, 1907 July 28. Photo is mounted on board along with a newspaper clipping that describes the unveiling of the tombstone by Charles McConnell.
2008.5 Box 13 Photograph, Jonathan Stewart, 4” x 5.75”, undated, West Union, Iowa. Photograph by E.M. Hawkes. Part of the 74th Illinois Infantry. [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, 1785-1957, bulk 1860-1866, Part 1, Series 25.]
89.11.46 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Isaiah Stickel, 2nd Illinois Cavalry, 4” x 2.5”, 1863.
72.58.82 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles Pomeroy Stone, 4” x 2.5”, 1863. Photograph by Theo. Lilienthal’s Photographic Gallery, [New Orleans].
72.988.3.12 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Dr. John Stoner, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
89.11.47 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Stoneman, 4” x 2.5”, New York, 1863 June 7. Photograph by Rockwood Photographer.
2017.90 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, Harriet Beecher Stowe, 2.5" x 4", 1870s.
2017.91 Box 13 Cabinet card photograph, Harriet Beecher Stowe, 4.25" x 6.5", 1870s. Photograph by Howell.
72.929.1 Box 6 Cabinet card photograph, William E. Strong, 6.5” x 4.25”, 1865. Strong served in the 12th Wisconsin Volunteers and died in Florence, Italy, April 10, 1891. He is “famed for shooting three rebel captors and escaping.”
72.783.30 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, Edwin V. Sumner, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.783.31 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, Benjamin J. Sweet, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.83 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Roger Brooke Taney, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative by M.B. Brady. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
80.27 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ezra Taylor [?], 4”x 2.5”, undated. Captain, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
72.915.15 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, L.T. Terry, New Bedford, 4” x 2.25”, 1864 April 7. Photograph by W & D.T. Burrell, Bridgewater, Mass. “Book-keeper in ‘Mechanics Rank.’ N.B.”
72.986.25 11th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Edward P. Thomas, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.84 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Henry Thomas, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.254 HWLC Lobby Painting, George Henry Thomas, 75” x 59”, 1873. Painting by Alden Finney Brooks.
72.783.32 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Henry Thomas, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.915.9 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Henry Thomas, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.915.12 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Henry Thomas, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.915.22 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, George Henry Thomas, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
89.11.48 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Alfred Thomas Archimedes Torbert, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries.
72.986.42 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, [G.S. Tost], 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by William Brown, St. Louis, Missouri.
72.986.19 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Orin C. Town, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.28 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles F. Tracy, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.981 Box 10 Cabinet card photograph, John B. Turchin, 6.5” x 4.25”, undated. (2 copies)
89.11.49 Box 12 Carte-de-visite photograph, Emory Upton, 4” x 2.5”, undated, Denver. Photograph by Denver Photographic Rooms, Chamberlain, Artist.
72.537 Box 4 Print, LeRoy Van Horn, 4” x 6”, undated. Fragile.
72.986.14 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, James D. Vernay, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.21 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, [Harrison C. Vore], 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.20 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lloyd D. Waddell, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.58.85 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, James Samuel Wadsworth, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Published by E. Anthony, New York from photographic negative in Brady’s National Portrait Gallery.
72.929.37 Box 8 Photograph, Horatio L. Wait, 5.5” x 2.625”, undated. Photograph by [illegible] Chicago.
72.58.86 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, A.J. Wakefield, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J.J. Hawes, Photographic Artist, Boston. Signed.
72.915.24 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Miss [Mary] Walker, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph Gallery, A.H. Messinger, U.S. Gen. Hospital Div. 1, Annapolis, Md.
90.45 Box 12 Photograph, Mary E. Walker, 3.875” x 5.5”, 1913. Walker was a medical doctor and women's rights advocate, who served during the Civil War and spoke of her experiences stationed at the Libby Prison at a lecture in Chicago in 1913.
72.136hh Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Elmer Wallace, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, City Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. “1st Lieutenant, Co. A” Signed.
72.58.89 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lewis Wallace, 4” x 2.5”, 1862. Photograph by F.A.
72.783.33 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, Lewis Wallace, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937a Box 9 Carte-de-visite photograph, W.H.L. Wallace, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by S.M. Fassett, Chicago, Illinois.
72.937dd Box 3 Etching, W.H.L. Wallace, 4.5” x 3.75”, undated.
72.986.1 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, W.H.L. Wallace, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
80.2 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, W.H.L. Wallace, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Fassett, Chicago. Same image as accession number 72.937a.
72.136cc Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, George E. Waring, Jr., 4” x 2.5”, undated. 4th Missouri Cavalry.
72.783.34 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, Cadwallader C. Washburn, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.915.1 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Pliny E. Watson, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, 55th Ohio Volunteers, 4” x 2.25”, 1865 June. Photograph by Bogardus, New York.
72.929.62 Box 8 Cabinet card photograph, Henry Watterson, 6.5” x 4.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.
72.988.3.5 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lysander R. Webb, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.55 Box 8 Print, Godfrey Weitzal, 9.875” x 6.75”, undated. Engraved by A.H. Richie.
81.3 Box 11 Carte-de-visite print, Gideon Welles, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang and Co., Boston.
80.30 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Samuel T. Wentworth, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J. Carbutt Photograph Artist, Chicago. Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
72.988.3.18 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, M.W. White, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.29 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, John H. Widmer, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by J.S. Porter, Ottawa, Illinois.
72.986.38 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Alfred R. Wilcox, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Photograph by S. Alschuler, Ottawa, Illinois.
72.988.3.51 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Lemon H. Wiley, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by A.D. Lythe, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Band leader, 77th Illinois. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.136ii Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Albert Wilford, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, City Gallery, Springfield, Illinois.
72.58.90 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles Wilkes, 4” x 2.5”, 1861. Photograph by J. Gurney & Son, New York.
72.971 Box 10 Cabinet card photograph, Hobart Wilkes, 4.25” x 6.5”, undated. Photograph by Henshel, Chicago. Served as a fife player in the 92nd Illinois mounted infantry regimental band.
72.988.3.22 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Dimory Wilkin, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.136jj Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Ed Wilkin, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by G. Grelling, Detroit, Michigan.
72.783.35 Box 6 Carte-de-visite photograph, Orlando B. Willcox, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.58.87 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Henry Wilson, 4” x 2.5”, 1872 September 27. Photograph by Gardner, Washington, D.C.
72.783.36 Box 6 Carte-de-visite print, John E. Wool, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.44 Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, John E. Wool, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Engraved by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
72.58.91 Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles L. Worden, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Charles D. Fredricks & Co., New York.
72.988.3.30 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Anderson Wright, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.261 Reading Room Painting, oil on canvas, Richard Yates, 56” x 42”, 1863. Painting by John Antrobus.
72.136kk Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Billy Young, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Raymond, Detroit.
72.136t Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Augustus F. Ziegler, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by F.W. Ingmire, City Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. 24th Michigan Infantry. Signed.
72.136ll Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Augustus F. Ziegler, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by G. Grelling, Detroit, Michigan. 1st Lieutenant, 24th Michigan Infantry.
72.126 Oversize Folder 2 Photograph, unidentified man, 16” x 19.75”, undated.
72.128 Oversize Folder 2 Photograph, unidentified man, 19.75” x 24”, undated. Photograph by Steffens.
72.232.1 Box 17 Tintype, unidentified Union soldier, 4.25” x 3”, circa 1863. Includes frame case.
72.232.2 Box 19 Tintype, unidentified Union soldier, 3.5” x 3.75”, circa 1863. Includes from case.
72.915.9 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified man, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.940 Box 10 Tintype photograph, unidentified Union soldier, 4” x 3.25”, undated.
72.986.49 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.986.50 11th Illinois album - Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.11 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, [Illegible], 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.50 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified man, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.988.3.54 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, Illinois 77th Volunteers, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Leeson’s Photographic Gallery, New Orleans. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.988.3.58 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, Illinois 77th Volunteers, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Guay & Co’s Temple of Art, New Orleans. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.988.3.59 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, Illinois 77th Volunteers, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Gibbon, New York. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.988.3.60 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, Illinois 77th Volunteers, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Leeson’s Photographic Gallery, New Orleans. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
72.1002 Box 19 Tintype, unidentified Union soldier, 3.75” x 4.75”, circa 1863. Includes incomplete frame case.
80.31 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by J. Carbutt Photographic Artist, Chicago. Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
80.32 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified man, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
80.33 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified man, 4”x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Wallis Brothers, Chicago. Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery.
92.17 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by Brady's National Portrait Gallery, published by E. Anthony, New York.
92.18.1 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by George D. Wakely, artist, Denver.
92.18.2 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by R.H. Kimball & Co., Leavenworth, Kansas.
92.20 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Illegible writing on back.
92.21 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, unidentified soldier, 4” x 2.5”, 1883. Photograph by Frank Robbins, Oil City, Pennsylvania. Subject is possibly a member of Cleveland's GAR Post 141.
2017.86 Box 13 Tintype, unidentified soldier, 4.25" x 5.5", undated.

Series 2: Two or more individuals

72.58.49 Box 1 Carte-de-visite photograph, George B. and Ellen Marcy McClellan, 4” x 2.5”, 1862. Photograph by Earle’s Galleries & Looking Glass Ware-Rooms, Philadelphia.
72.120 Oversize Folder 14 Print, Ulysses S. Grant, William Tecumseh Sherman, Philip Sheridan, 28.5” x 23”, undated. Artist, Anderson, published by H. See, New York.
72.130 Oversize Folder 14 Print, David Farragut, George Meade, [David Dixon Porter], 26.5” x 22.75”, 1892. Copyright by Anderson.
72.136v Box 2 Carte-de-visite photograph, Charles H. McConnell and “Bob,” 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by G.B. Hall, Capital Gallery, Springfield, Illinois. “‘Mac’ and ‘Bob.’” Signed.
72.136w Box 2 Photograph, [McConnell, Mahon, McCreery], 3.5” x 2.25”, undated.
72.136mm Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Unidentified Group of Soldiers, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by S.M. Fassett’s New Gallery, Chicago.
72.142 Oversize Folder 12 Print, “First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet, from the original picture painted at the White House in 1864,” 23.5” x 35”, undated. Engraved by A.H. Ritchie, painted by Francis Bicknell Carpenter.
72.150 Oversize Folder 2 Photograph, Compilation of individual portraits of members of Company B, 31st Iowa, 19” x 23.5”, 1865 June 17.
72.291 Box 3 Print, Ulysses S. Grant with wife Julia and son Jesse, City Point, Virginia, 1864. [Photograph by Matthew Brady?] Image and description printed separately here by Patriot Publishing, Springfield, Mass., 1910. (3 copies)
72.292 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant with wife Julia and father-in-law Frederick Dent, 7” x 8.75”, [1872]. Photograph by Pach Brothers, New York.
72.293 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Ulysses S. Grant and wife Julia Dent Grant, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.294 Box 3 Stereo card, Ulysses S. Grant with wife Julia and son Jesse, 3.25” x 6.25”, undated.
72.295 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant with wife Julia, father-in-law Frederick Dent, and other family members, 7” x 8.75”, [1872. Photograph by Pach Brothers, New York.]
72.296 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant with wife Julia and group, Bonanza silver mine, Virginia City, Nevada, 3.75” x 6.25”, 1879 October 28. From left: J.W. Mackay, Mrs. M.G. Gillette, U.S. Grant, Jr., Mrs. U.S. Grant, U.S. Grant, Mrs. J.G. Fair, J.H. Kinkaid, J.G. Fair; seated: Yanada, servant from Japan.
72.297 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant with family members and guests, 7” x 9”, [1872]. Photograph by Pach Brothers, Photographers.
72.298 Box 3 Photograph, Union Commanders, 6” x 8”, 1870. Photograph by Pach Brothers, New York. Seated from left: unidentified, Samuel P. Heintzelman, Philip Henry Sheridan, David Farragut, John J. Peck; standing from left: unidentified, James H. Wilson, unidentified.
72.336 Box 3 Print, Abraham Lincoln and his secretaries, John Nicolay, John Hay, 4.25” x 3.5”, 1861. Image by Dennis Williams, Crayon Artist, Springfield, Illinois. “Entering upon his first term of office as President.”
72.340 Box 3 Print, Abraham Lincoln and family, 7.5” x 5.5”, undated. Original painting by F. Schell.
72.340.1 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Abraham Lincoln and family, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Original painting by F. Schell.
72.347 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Abraham Lincoln and family, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Original painting by F. Schell. Reproduction published by Thomas Coleman, Philadelphia.
72.350 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Abraham Lincoln and son Tad, 3.5” x 2.5”, circa 1864. Printed in Philadelphia, reproduction based on photograph by Matthew Brady.
72.350.1 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln and son Tad, 4” x 2.5”, circa 1864. [Photograph by Matthew Brady.]
72.352 Box 3 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln and son Tad, 4” x 2.5”, [1865 April 9]. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, published by Philp & Solomons, Washington, D.C.
72.353 Box 3 Carte-de-visite print, Abraham Lincoln and family, 4” x 2.5”, [1865]. [Reproduction of H.A. Thomas painting.]
72.355 Box 3 Print, “Administration: Council of War in the Field, 1862,” 5.25” x 7”, 1862. Print by L. Sergent. Includes Abraham Lincoln.
72.358 Box 3 Print, Abraham Lincoln reads the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet, 12.625” x 8.25”, circa 1864. Painted by Francis Bicknell Carpenter.
72.359 Box 3 Print, Union commanders, 5.25” x 4”, 1864. Photograph by Notman Photo Co. Limited, Boston. Reproduction by Travelers Insurance Company. From left: David Farragut, William T. Sherman, George Thomas, George Meade, Ulysses S. Grant, Joseph Hooker, Philip Sheridan, Winfield Scott Hancock, with Abraham Lincoln at center.
72.391 Box 4 Photograph, 18th U. S. Infantry Regimental Band, Delaware, Ohio, 7.625” x 5.625”, circa 1863.
72.447 Box 4 Photograph, “Line Officers, 39th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers Infantry, taken on Morris Island, South Carolina,” 6.5” x 8.75”, 1863.
72.463 Box 4 Photograph, Illinois 1st Artillery (2 copies), 5.125” x 7.25”, May 1861, Birds Point, Missouri. Battery B, or Taylor’s Battery B, from left: Fred J. Russell, Levi J. Hart, Charles B. Andrews, William Lowrie, Charles F. Stork, [unidentified], Jobey H. Moore, Justine C. McGratch. Copy 2 is 4.5” x 6.5”.
72.465 Box 4 Print, Daniel McConnell and staff, 3rd Michigan Infantry, 5.125” x 6”, 1861 June, Camp Blair, Chain Bridge, Virginia. Includes A.A. Cumming, chaplain; Daniel McConnell, colonel; Willard Bliss, surgeon; A.M. Coling[ham], 1st lieutenant; A.A. Stevens, lieutenant colonel; Zenas Bliss, assistant surgeon; Captain Houghton; Captain Bremans; Major [illegible].
72.482 Box 4 Photograph, Benjamin Butler and staff, 3” x 5”, undated.
72.704 Oversize Folder 9 Print, “The Commanders-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic 1866-1900,” 24” x 19.5”, 1900. Image by George L. Richards, published by Chicago Photo-Engraving Co. Includes Charles Devans, Massachusetts; John F. Hartranft, Pennsylvania; John Palmer, New York; Thomas G. Lawler, Illinois; Louis Wagner, Pennsylvania; Ambrose E. Burnside, [Massachusetts]; William Warner, Missouri; George S. Merrill, Massachusetts; Wheelock G. Veazey, Vermont; Russell A. Alger, Michigan; J.P. Rea, Minnesota; J.G.B. Adams, Massachusetts; Robert B. Beath, Pennsylvania; Benjamin F. Stevenson, Founder, [Illinois]; John A. Logan, Illinois; J.P.S. Gobin, Pennsylvania; Stephen A. Hurlbut, Illinois; Ivan N. Walker, Indiana; Paul Van Dervoort, Nebraska; John C. Robinson, New York; S.S. Burdett, Washington, D.C.; James A. Sexton, Illinois; T.S. Clarkson, Iowa; William Earnshaw, Oregon; A.G. Weissert, Wisconsin; Lucius Fairchild, Wisconsin; A.D. Shaw, New York; William C. Johnston, Oregon; John S. Kountz, Oregon.
72.712 Box 4 Print, “The Three Colonels of 26th North Carolina Regiment,” 5.25” x 3.875”, undated. Painting by William George Randall. Image shows from left John R. Lane, Harry King Burgwyn, and Zebulon Baird Vance. Biographical information printed on back.
72.729 Box 5 Photograph, Printers from Detroit Tribune, 24th Michigan Infantry Company B, Iron Brigade, 10.1875” x 8”, undated. Left to right: John Witherspoon, James S. Booth, Charles H. McConnell, Robert Gibbons, Samuel W. Church.
72.759.2 Box 5 Photograph, Band of the 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 15th Army Corps, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated. John Mortimer Faust, Musical Director.
72.812 Oversize Folder 22 Print, Lee and His Generals, 23” x 12”, 1907. By G.B. Matthews. Includes portraits of John B. Hood, Richard Stoddert Ewell, Braxton Bragg, Albert Sidney Johnston, Wade Hampton, E. Kirby Smith, Jubal A. Early, Ambrose Powell Hill, S.D. Lee, Richard H. Anderson, John B. Gordon, Theophalus S. Holmes, William G. Hardee, Joseph E. Johnston, Simon B. Buckner, James Longstreet, Leonidas Polk, Robert E. Lee, Nathan Bedford Forrest, G.T. Beauregard, Thomas J. Jackson, Samuel Coo[per], B. Stewart, Richard Taylor, J.C. Pemberton and D.H. Hill.
72.814 Box 6 Print, Abraham Lincoln deathbed, 6.5” x 10”, undated.
72.834 Oversize Folder 10 Print, Grant and His Generals, 25” x 19”, undated. Designed by A.P. Connolly, U.S. Grant [GAR] Post 28, Chicago. Shows portraits of Ulysses S. Grant, George Henry Thomas, John Alexander Logan, George Meade, William Tecumseh Sherman, David Farragut, Philip Sheridan and Winfield Scott Hancock surrounding scenes from battles at Gettysburg, Fort Sumter, Appomattox and the Monitor and Merrimac.
72.915.4 Civil War album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, two unidentified individuals, 4” x 2.25”, undated.
72.929.9 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Our Present Peace Commissioners,” Union Army commanders: Ulysses Grant, Philip Sheridan, David Farragut, Andrew Johnson, William T. Sherman, David Dixon Porter, George Henry Thomas, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.27 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Generals of the South, No. II,” Confederate Army commanders: Ambrose Powell Hill, Richard Ewell, John Magruder, Albert Sidney Johnston, Leonidas Polk, Braxton Bragg, Sterling Price, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.28 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Generals of the South, No. IV,” Confederate Army commanders: William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, Gideon Pillow, Earl Van Dorn, Wade Hampton, Benjamin McCulloch, Felix Zollicoffer, Gabriel Rains, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.29 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Army of the West,” Army commanders: George Henry Thomas, Henry Warner Slocum, Lovell Rousseau, William T. Sherman, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, James McPherson, Oliver Howard, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.937h Box 8 Carte-de-visite print, 101 Union Heroes, indexed on back, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.939.5a Box 10 Carte-de-visite print, George Washington welcoming Abraham Lincoln into heaven, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.939.7 Box 10 Print, Lincoln’s deathbed, 10.5” x 8.5”, undated. Painting by Alexander Hay Ritchie.
72.939e Box 10 Print, Deathbed scene of Abraham Lincoln, 4” x 5.5”, undated.
72.988.3.1 77th Illinois album – Box 16 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln and cabinet, 4” x 2.25”, undated. Portraits include William H. Seward, Salmon Chase, Edwin Stanton, Montgomery Blair, Hannibal Hamlin, Edward Bates, Gideon Welles, Caleb B. Smith.
72.988.3.52 Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Dr. Anthony H. Semlire and four unidentified men, 17th Kentucky Volunteers, 2.5” x 4”, undated. Photograph by A.D. Lythe, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Removed from 77th Illinois album.
78.21 Art & Artifact Intalgio print, The Lees of Virginia, 12.75” x 10”, circa 1898. Print by Charles B. Hall.
80.9 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #1, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Mark S. Wyeth, Daniel W. Sheldon; Seated, left to right: H.F. Henrotin, Corporal J.F. Lemke, J.E. Thomas.
80.10 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #2, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Jonathan F. Stranberg, Thomas Ellis; Seated, left to right: Jonathan P. Chalmon, Godfrey Johnson, Fred Johnson.
80.11 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #3, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: G.M. Willis, Frank Marion, Daniel Sweeney; Seated, left to right: Charles B. Andrews, W.H. Sanborn.
80.12 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #4, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Frank D. Affeld, Charles E. Affeld; Seated, left to right: E.P. Wilcox, Seargent James F. Whittle, A.B. Wilcox.
80.13 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #5, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Nathan J. Young, Sidney Peckham; Seated, left to right: H.T. Chappel, Seargent William J. McCoy, William D. Crego.
80.14 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #6, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: William Hathaway, V.E. Hathaway; Seated, left to right: A.H. Rhodes, William Blakie, J.S. Higgins.
80.15 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #7, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Thomas Boyd, James B. Dutch; Seated, left to right: Jonathan W. Powell, Seargent James B. Easson, H.L Adair.
80.16 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #8, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: William H. Allanson, Charles U. Stevenson, William Hea, Jr.; Seated, left to right: Corporal William Turner, Walter S. Hinman.
80.17 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #9, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Robert N. Finney, William H. Bradbury, Charles Martin; Seated, left to right: Seargent Abe Heartt, Charles Turner.
80.18 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #10, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Vincenz Smith, William B. McIntosh; Seated, left to right: Jonathan Chatfield, Jr., H.W. Dudley, Arthur Burnam.
80.19 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #11, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Charles Krause, William C. Scupham; Seated, left to right: C.W. Drumond, Thomas E. Taylor, C.J. Sauter.
80.20 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #12, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: S.P. Coe, Channcey W. Wicker; Seated, left to right: F.C. Russel, Orderly Sergeant F.M. Blaisdell, B.M. Warner
80.21 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #13, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Charles W. Pierce, Benjamin F. Stephens; Seated, left to right: Charles H. Eckert, Corporal Jonathan C. Hadlock, Jonathan E. Kingsbury
80.22 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #14, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: William W. Breckbill, Edward Rook; Seated, left to right: Charles F. Jackson, Jonathan A. Brown, unidentified
80.23 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #15, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Edward Terry, Peter McGee; Seated, left to right: Jonathan Graham, Sergeant W.W. Lowrie, J.D. Loomer
80.24 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #16, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Samuel Hadlock, Joseph Rasin, Peter Morrison; Seated, left to right: William King, Corporal B.F. Lilly, M.R. Oliver
80.25 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #17, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Michael Bauer, William Taylor, Jonathan D. Stattler; Seated, left to right: Corporal Charles G. Henney, Jonathan Herrick
80.26 Box 11 Carte-de-visite photograph, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Taylor’s Battery, group #18, 4”x 2.5”, 1862, Memphis. Standing, left to right: Henry B. Cobb, Edward Bancroft; Seated, left to right: Walter Sherwood, Corporal George T. Hatch, Walter Scates
85.9 Art & Artifact Photograph, 19 men with 18 in uniform, 18.5” x 13”, undated.
86.17.1 Oversize Box 15 Print, “Death of President Lincoln at Washington, D.C., April 15th, 1865, the nation's martyr, 14.5” x 10.75”, 1865. Published by Currier & Ives. Includes the following mourners around Lincoln's deathbed, Salmon Chase, Hugh McCulloch, Henry Halleck, Charles Sumner, Edwin Stanton, Gideon Welles, Robert Todd Lincoln, Tad Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, Clara Harris.
86.19.1 Box 11 Print, Confederate Chieftans, 9.5” x 6.25”, 1864. Engraved by J.C. Buttre, New York. Includes portraits of Judah P. Benjamin, R. Barnwell Rhett, John B. Floyd, William L. Yancey, Isham C. Harris, Robert Toombs, John Slidell, James M. Mason, Henry A. Wise, Alexander H. Stephens, Jefferson Davis.
86.19.2 Box 11 Print, President and Cabinet, 9.5” x 6.25”, 1864. Engraved by J.C. Buttre, New York. Includes portraits of Edward Bates, John P. Usher, William H. Seward, Edwin M. Stanton, Simon Cameron, Caleb B. Smith, Gideon Welles, Salmon P. Chase, Montgomery Blair, Hannibal Hamlin, Abraham Lincoln.
91.4.6 Box 13 Photograph, Joseph E. Hooker and staff, 8.75” x 6.75”, 1863. Photograph by Alexander Gardner and Timothy O'Sullivan. Image titled “Incidents of the War” and mounted on board. Image includes Hooker and 21 unidentified soldiers in camp.
91.4.7 Box 13 Photograph, George Meade and commanding officers in Petersburg, 7.25” x 9.25”, 1864. Photograph by Alexander Gardner.
91.4.8 Box 13 Photograph, Surgeons of the 4th Division, 9th Corps, 8.5” x 6.5”, circa 1862. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. Image shows six unidentified men.
91.4.10 Box 13 Photograph, Surgeons of the 2nd Division, 9th Corps, 8.5” x 6.5”, circa 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Photograph by Timothy O'Sullivan. Image shows 15 unidentified men.
91.4.24 Box 13 Photograph, Secret Service, 8.5” x 6.5”, 1861. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. Seven unidentified agents, scouts and guides.
91.4.23 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Sanitary Commission staff, Albany, New York, 7” x 5.25”, 1860s. Photograph by John Kingsbury. Some subjects identified on back. Includes women.
91.4.25 Box 13 Photograph, Secret service, 7.5” x 9.5”, 1861. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. 14 Secret Service agents, scouts and guides of the Union Army in front of Office for Depot Commission.
91.4.26 Box 13 Photograph, Secret service, 6.5” x 8.5”, 1861. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. 18 Secret Service agents, scouts and guides in the field.
91.4.37 Box 13 Stereo card photograph, Incidents of War no. 435, 2nd U.S. Artillery, near Fair Oaks, Virginia, 2.875” x 3”, 1862. Photograph by James F. Gibson of Alexander Gardner's studio. The image shows, from left, Robert Clarke, John C. Tidball, William N. Dennison and Alexander C.M. Pennington standing around a cannon.
91.4.38 Box 13 Stereo card photograph, Incidents of War no. 626, Group, Harrison's Landing, [Virginia], 2.875” x 3”, 1862 August. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. The image shows Major Myers and Lieutenants Stryker and Norton, in camp.
91.4.39 Box 13 Stereo card photograph, Incidents of War no. 630, Group, New York 93rd, Antietam, 2.875” x 3”, 1862. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. The image shows John S. Crocker, Benjamin C. Butler and adjutant, in camp.
91.4.40 Box 13 Photograph, Band of the 114th Pennsylvania Zouaves, 7.25” x 9.25”, 1864. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan.
91.4.44 Box 18 Tintype, unidentified African American woman holding a child on her lap, 2.5” x 2”, circa 1860. Includes frame case.
91.5.5 Oversize Folder 25 Print, “The Council of War,” 19” x 15”, 1865. Engraved & published by William Sartain, Philadelphia. Shows Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman discussing strategy in camp.
91.23 Art & Artifact Print, Prominent Union and Confederate Generals, 20” x 25”, 1885. Copyright by Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers, Chicago, published by S.H. Parrish & Co., Ohio.
92.16 Box 13 Photograph, 18 unidentified men standing in front of cannons, 5” x 6.75”, undated. [Possibly John A. McClernand and other veterans visiting Shiloh Battlefield, 1890s.]
92.44.2 Box 13 Print, Abraham Lincoln and family, 5.25” x 7”, undated.
93.9 Oversize Folder 12 Print, “The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet,” 21” x 32.25”, undated. Based on original painting by Francis Bicknell Carpenter, 1864. Includes names of cabinet members.
2008.16A & B Oversize Folder 19 Print, “Abraham Lincoln and Matthew Brady,” 37.25” x 24.5”, 1975. Reproduced by Jack O'Grady Galleries, Inc., 1975. Original painting by Norman Rockwell. Reproduction signed by Norman Rockwell. Reproduced in conjunction with Chicago Tribune bicentennial exhibit.
2008.9.C Box 13 Postcard, “President Lincoln and Family in the White House,” 3.5” x 5.5”, undated. Reproduction of painting depicting Abraham, his wife, and three sons, Robert T., William W. (“Willie”) and Thomas (“Tad”).
2008.45.2 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph, “The last Likeness taken of the President and his son Thaddeus [Tad],” 2.5” x 4”, undated. [Photograph by Alexander Gardner.]
2017.94.1-2 Box 13 Photographs, 104th Colored Infantry, Ft. Sloan and Ft. Tillinghast, South Carolina, 9.5" x 7.5", 1865.
72.438.1 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Medical directors, Army of the Cumberland, 8” x 5.5”, 1863 June.
72.438.12 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, General [James Scott] Negley and staff, Cove Springs, morning, 8.125” x 5.875”, undated.
72.438.13 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, General [James Scott] Negley and staff, evening, 8.125” x 6”, undated.
72.438.26 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Contraband camp, Decherd, Tennessee, 8” x 5.75”, undated. Depicts African Americans.
72.438.27 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, [William] Carlin and staff [band], 8” x 5.5”, undated.
72.438.28 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, [Richard] Johnson and staff, 8” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.33 Army of the Cumberland Album Photographs, 13 Carte-de-visites of Union leaders, each 1.5” x 2”, undated. Includes Ulysses S. Grant, William Tecumseh Sherman, James McPherson, Henry Warner Slocum, John Reynolds, Ambrose Burnside, James Negley, Joseph Hooker, George Meade, Philip Sheridan, George Henry Thomas, William Rosecrans and Gordon Granger.
72.438.34 Army of the Cumberland Album Photographs, 11 Carte-de-visites of Union leaders, each 1.5” x 2”, undated. Includes William Haines Lytle, Horatio Wright, Don Carlos Buell, Ormsby M. Mitchel, Lovell Rousseau, Henry Halleck, Carl Schurz, William Nelson, David Stanley, Alexander McDowell McCook and Thomas Leonidas Crittenden.
72.438.35 Army of the Cumberland Album Photographs, 15 Carte-de-visites of Union leaders, each 1.5” x 2”, undated. Includes Wm. Jackson Co. B, Boardman, Clark, Jas. G. Ceauptu[?] Capt. F, Guthome[?], Brommer, Scott, Bailhoche, Little, Shepley, Ruffin, Bogue, Bronner, Drodnick[?] Lt. H, Wm. Coolham[?] Capt. D.
72.438.36 Army of the Cumberland Album Photographs, 10 Carte-de-visites of Union leaders, each 1.5” x 2”, undated. Includes Jefferson C. Davis, Park, John Murray Corse, Stephen Burnbridge, John Franklin Miller, R.W. Johnson, Alpheus Williams, Green Clay Smith, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick and Absalom Baird.
72.438.37 Army of the Cumberland Album Photographs, 12 Carte-de-visites of Union leaders, each 1.5” x 2” or 2” x 3”, undated. Includes Dayton, Coe, Chas. Wing, John M. Palmer, Johnson, [Unidentified], [Unidentified], [Unidentified], John T. Wilder, Baird, Fletcher, Johnny Clemm[?], scenes, buildings and cavalry portraits.
72.438.38 Army of the Cumberland Album Photographs, 9 Carte-de-visites of Union leaders, each 1.5” x 2” or 2” x 3”, undated. Includes Johnson, [Unidentified], [Unidentified], [Unidentified], [Unidentified], [Unidentified], [Unidentified], Dr. R. G. Bogue and [Unidentified].
Plate 1 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Sherman and His Generals, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866. Includes Oliver O. Howard, John Alexander Logan, William Babcock Hazen, William Tecumseh Sherman, Jefferson C. Davis, Henry Warner Slocum, Joseph A. Mower and Francis Preston Blair, Jr.

Series 3: Commemoration

Subseries A: Buildings and Interior spaces

72.319 Box 3 Photo electrotype, Ninian W. Edwards Residence, Springfield, [Illinois], 3.25” x 5.5”, after photograph taken in November, 1886. Image by Photo Electrotype Eng. Co., New York. “House in which Lincoln and Mary Todd were married, and in which the latter died.”
72.320 Box 3 Photograph, Lincoln Cabin, Coles County, Illinois, 4” x 5.5”, 1891.
72.323 Oversize Box 14 Lithograph, “The Republican Wigwam,” 15” x 10”, undated. Published by Jones, Perdue & Small, Stationers, Chicago, Lith. & Print by Chs. Shober, Chicago. “Erected by the Republicans of Chicago for the use of the Republican Convention, dedicated May 12th, 1860, capable of holding 10,000 persons.”
72.356 Box 3 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln’s private railway car, 3.625” x 4.625”, undated.
72.368 Box 3 Print, “Stage and Proscenium Boxes of Ford’s Theatre as they appeared on the night of President Lincoln’s assassination,” 6.75” x 9.625”, undated. Engraving by Hughfort Haugley and based on two photographs by [Matthew] Brady.
72.373 Box 4 Photograph, William Petersen Home where Abraham Lincoln died, 5.5” x 4”, undated.
72.374 Box 4 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln home, Springfield, Ill., draped for mourning, 3.875” x 5.5”, undated.
72.461 Box 4 Photographic reproduction of sketch, Shiloh Church, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, 4.5625” x 6.625”, undated. (2 copies)
72.727 Box 5 Photograph, Charles H. McConnell Drug Store, Chicago, 10.125” x 7.625”, 1909. Image produced for Memorial Day promotion and depicts storefront with patriotic decorations.
72.815 Box 6 Photograph of log cabin at entrance to Lincoln farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky, 6” x 8”, 1915 September. Photograph by Theodore Eitel.
72.939g Box 10 Stereo card, Interior of Abraham Lincoln’s home, Springfield, Illinois, 3.25” x 6.75”, undated. Photograph by Schreiber & Glover.
72.939.5c Box 10 Postcard, Home of Robert Todd Lincoln, Manchester, Vermont, 3.5” x 5.5”, [postmarked 1916 May 24]. Published by Albertype Co., Brooklyn, New York.
82.40.1 Art & Artifact Photograph, Illinois state capitol, 30” x 40”, undated.
92.22 Box 13 Photograph, unidentified display window exhibiting Civil War material, 5” x 7”, undated, [Chicago?].
2017.83 Box 15 12 bound album pages with labeled photographs of people and sites related to the life and memory of Abraham Lincoln, album pages 9.75" x 10.5", photos 3" x 3", undated. Includes 38 images. Includes one loose page with four image pasted on.

Subseries B: Funerals

72.308 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant funeral procession, 5.75” x 4”, 1885 August 8. Photograph by Davis Garbor, New York. “Gen. Grant’s funeral. The Catafalque, drawn by 24 black horses, passing up Broadway, just above Demming’s (Stewart’s) Store, August 8, 1885. Died July 23, 1885.”
72.312 Box 3 Photograph, Ulysses S. Grant Memorial Obsequies, 7.25” x 10”, [1885]. Donated by J.W. Lamb, 125th Massachusetts Regiment, GAR E.P. Carpenter Post 91.
72.377 Box 4 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln Catafalque, 5.75” x 8.25”, 1865. Photograph by S.M. Fassett, printed by H.W. Immke, Princeton, Ill. Image shows funeral procession passing under Memorial Arch at Michigan and 12th Avenues in Chicago.
72.378 Box 4 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln Catafalque, 4” x 5.25”, 1865. Image shows funeral procession passing under Memorial Arch at Michigan and 12th Avenues in Chicago.
72.383 Box 4 Photograph, Cook County Courthouse square with Abraham Lincoln funeral procession, 7” x 5”, 1865.
72.939c Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, Abraham Lincoln’s funeral in Chicago, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Photograph by S.M. Fassett’s, Chicago, Illinois.
86.17.2 Oversize Folder 25 Print, “The Funeral of President Lincoln, New York, April 25th, 1865, passing Union Square,” 15” x 10.5”, 1865. Published by Currier & Ives. “The magnificent funeral car was drawn by 16 grey horses richly caparisoned with ostrich plumes and cloth of black trimmed with silver bullion.”
72.930.2 Box 8 Photograph, Store window decorated for mourning of William McKinley, 4.5” x 3.75”, 1901.  
94.6 Art & Artifact Photograph album, “Seven Mile Funeral Cortege of Genl. Grant in New York August 8, 1885,” prints 11.5” x 9.5”, circa 1885. Album by U.S. Instantaneous Photographic Company. Includes 197 albumen photographs covering Grant’s last days, burial, career, family, associates and deathbed.
2008.41A Oversize Folder 27 Print, “In memoriam, our martyr president,” Abraham Lincoln, 18.5” x 24”, 1866. Engraved by G.E. Perine & Co., published by Rice & Allen, Chicago.

Subseries C: Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and veteran groups

72.100 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, [unidentified GAR members], 16” x 12.5”, undated. Photograph by The George R. Lawrence Co., Chicago, Illinois.
72.115 Oversize Folder 1 Photograph, General Thomas’s headquarters reunion, 30” x 22”, undated.
72.590 Box 4 Photograph, John C. Black leading Grand Army of the Republic parade, Boston, Massachusetts, 2” x 3”, 1904. Photograph by John D. Black, the subject’s son.
72.705 Oversize Folder 4 Photograph, GAR Post 706, Columbia Post, Department of Illinois, 16.5” x 19.75”, 1897 May 1. Photograph by E.L. Brand, Chicago. Shows portraits of individual members.
72.725 Box 5 Photograph, Iron Brigade reunion, Lucius Fairchild, E.S. Bragg, John Gibbon, 5” x 3.75”, 1895.
72.726 Box 5 Photographic reproduction, Iron Brigade reunion at Milwaukee Soldiers’ Home, 3.875” x 2.625”, 1910.
72.728 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, The Blue & Gray Old Soldier Fiddlers at Iron Brigade reunion at Gettysburg with members of the 24th Michigan and the 26th North Carolina, 13.5” x 10”, 1913 July 1. Photograph by Apeda, New York.
72.733 Box 5 Photograph, 259 S. Park St., Decatur, Illinois, birthplace of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), 9” x 4.75”, undated.
72.734 Box 5 Photograph, 259 S. Park St., Decatur, Illinois, Linxweiler Building, 7.75” x 10”, circa 1940. Building on the site of the birthplace of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR).
72.737 Box 5 Photograph, Plaque commemorating the birthplace of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), 9.75” x 7.625”, undated.
72.742 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, Monument honoring Grand Army of the Republic founder Benjamin Franklin Stephenson, Washington, D.C., 7.5” x 9”, undated.
72.746 Oversize Folder 9 Print, “Parade of the Grand Army of the Republic, Washington, D.C., September 20, 1892,” 21.75” x 15.75”, undated. Published by Keystone Pub. Co., Philadelphia. “Sparks from the camp fire.”
72.760 Box 5 Photograph, George H. Thomas Post 5, Grand Army of the Republic, Springfield, Illinois, 6.5” x 4.25”, 1886 February 17-19.
72.773 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, Headquarters of the Iron Brigade, Grand Army of the Republic encampment in Chicago, 12.75” x 15.5”, 1900.
72.790 Oversize Folder 4 Photograph, Iron Brigade headquarters tent at 50th Gettysburg reunion, 20.75” x 8”, 1913. Photograph by W.H. Tipton.
72.791 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, [Iron Brigade headquarters tent at 50th Gettysburg reunion (exterior)], 20.25” x 7.5”, 1913. Photograph by W.H. Tipton.
72.792 Oversize Folder 4 Photograph, Iron Brigade headquarters tent at 50th Gettysburg reunion, 19” x 8”, 1913. Photograph by W.H. Tipton.
72.793 Box 6 Photograph, Iron Brigade reunion, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 7.75” x 19.75”, [1913]. Photograph by W.H. Tipton, Gettysburg. Fragile.
72.798.C Box 6 Invitation post card for Columbia Post [Grand Army of the Republic], Chicago, 8.5” x 5”, 1894 June 16
72.798.H Box 6 Menu and ribbon, 24th Michigan Infantry, 4” x 9.5”, undated.
72.933.14 Box 9 Photographic reproduction, Site of Old Fort Massac, Metropolis, Illinois, 3.125” x 4”, undated. Photograph by Thomas E. Craig. Image given as a souvenir of the 19th Annual Reunion of the Southern Illinois Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Reunion Association, Sept. 25, 26 and 27, 1901.
72.938.1 Box 10 Photograph, Illinois 88th Infantry reunion, St. Louis, Missouri, 5.5” x 3.25”, 1904 September 20.
72.938.2 Box 10 Photograph, Grand Army of the Republic, New York Headquarters, Albany, 4.75” x 4”, undated.
72.938.3 Box 10 Photograph, Grand Army of the Republic, New York Headquarters, Albany, 4.75” x 4”, undated.
72.993a Box 10 Photograph, Massachusetts 37th Infantry Volunteers 60th Annual Reunion, 10.5” x 8.5”, undated.
72.1048 Art & Artifact Photograph, Department of Illinois GAR 46th Annual Encampment, Peoria, Illinois, 1912 May 22-24. Photograph by Wesson Studio.
87.2 Oversize Folder 11 Watercolor, Grand Army of the Republic meeting hall in Chicago Public Library, 16.5” x 21.625”, undated. Painting by Rowena Fry.
90.5 Box 12 Photograph album, Grand Army of the Republic parade in Washington, D.C., 1915. Small booklet with 6 images, 3 7/8” x 2 7/8”, showing GAR members in the George H. Thomas Post from Chicago and the McKinley Post from Canton, Ohio.
92.12 Box 13 Photographic postcard, GAR Post 2 Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, 5.5” x 3.5”, postmarked 1932. Mailed to William F. Wright, GAR Commander-in-Chief, Chicago, extending congratulations to him and Mrs. Wright.
92.50a,b,c Box 13 Photograph in three parts, GAR Encampment, 8.5” x 11”, undated, Nashville, Tennessee.

Subseries D: Monuments, historic markers and statues to battles, leaders and military units

72.103 Oversize Folder 1 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln bust, 15” x 20”, undated.
72.104 Oversize Folder 1 Photograph, Monument to John Fulton Reynolds at Gettysburg, 16.25” x 10.5”, 1898. Photograph by W.H. Tipton, copyrighted by H.K. Bush-Brown.
72.109 Box 2 Photograph, 24th Michigan Infantry Monument, Reynold’s Grove, Gettysburg, 4.875” x 7.625”, undated.
72.110 Box 2 Photograph, Illinois Memorial National Park, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 7.625” x 9.5”, undated. Photograph by Moore. “This monument contains bronze tablets bearing the name of every soldier who served in an Illinois regiment during the Vicksburg campaign.”
72.149 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln profile relief sculpture, 13.75” x 11”, undated. Sculpture by Z.H. Zearing, Chicago, 1892.
72.156 Oversize Folder 7 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln statue by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Lincoln Park, Chicago, 17” x 30”, undated.
72.183 Oversize Folder 3 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln statue, 11.25” x 16”, undated. Photograph by de Bireleck [?].
72.192 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, Abraham Lincoln bust, 10.25” x 14”, undated.
72.315 Box 3 Photograph, Grant Monument, Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois, 2.75” x 3”, undated.
72.394 Box 4 Photograph, Bull Run Memorial, 7” x 9”, undated. Written below image, “In memory of the heros [sic] who fell at Bull Run July 21, 1861.”
72.713 Box 4 Photograph, 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8.75” x 6.75”, 1903 July 4, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Veterans of the battle stand in front of the monument, from left, John R. Lane, William H.S. Burgwyn, Charles H. McConnell.
72.714 Box 4 Photograph, 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8.75” x 6.75”, 1903 July 4, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Veterans of the battle stand in front of the monument, from left, John R. Lane, T.W. Lauderdale, William H.S. Burgwyn, Charles H. McConnell, Leon Lane, [unidentified], [unidentified].
72.715 Box 5 Photograph, 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8.75” x 6.75”, 1903 July 4, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. John R. Lane, veteran of the battle, in front of the monument.
72.716 Box 5 Photograph, 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8.75” x 6.75”, 1903 July 4, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Veterans of the battle stand in front of the monument, from left, John R. Lane, Charles H. McConnell.
72.718 Box 5 Photograph, 7th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8” x 5.25”, undated, Gettysburg. Photograph by Tipton.
72.719 Box 5 Photograph, 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8.75” x 6.75”, 1903 July 4, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Veteran Charles H. McConnell stands next to monument.
72.720 Box 5 Photograph, 19th Indiana Infantry Monument, 8” x 5.25”, undated, Gettysburg.
72.721 Box 5 Photograph, 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8.75” x 6.75”, [1903 July 4], Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Veterans of the battle surround the monument.
72.722 Box 5 Photograph, 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8” x 5.25,” Gettysburg, undated
72.723 Box 5 Photograph, 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Monument, 8” x 5.25”, undated, Gettysburg. Photograph by Tipton.
72.802 Oversize Folder 5 Photograph, Monument at scene of Pickett’s repulse, Gettysburg, 16.25” x 10.5”, undated. Photograph by W.H. Tipton.
72.816 Box 6 Photograph of statue of Abraham Lincoln, Hodgenville, Kentucky 6” x 8”, 1915 September. Photograph by Theodore Eitel.  
72.817 Box 6 Photograph of Lincoln Memorial on Lincoln Farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky, 6” x 8”, 1915 September. Photograph by Theodore Eitel. “This building contains log cabin in which the great Emancipator was born.”
72.818 Box 6 Photograph of Lincoln Memorial on Lincoln Farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky, 5.75” x 7.875”, 1915 September. Photograph by Theodore Eitel.
72.933.1 Box 8 Photograph, 14th Brooklyn Regiment, New York monument, 8.5” x 5.25”, undated. Photograph by Tipton’s Gettysburg Battlefield Photographs, Pennsylvania.
72.933.2 Box 9 Photograph, Veterans of Farragut’s Fleet sounding taps at Admiral David Farragut’s statue, Madison & 26th, New York City, 6.5” x 4.625”, 1909 May 30
72.933.3 Box 9 Postcard, Monument at the Henry House, near Manassas Virginia, 5.5” x 3.5”, 1905. Published by Walter Shannon, Manassas, Virginia.
72.933.4 Box 9 Cabinet card photograph, 439 Grain Minnie bullet removed from skull of M.J. Hogarty in 1891, 6.5” x 4.5”, 1913 March. Published by A.E. Rinehart, Denver.
72.933.5 Box 9 Photograph, Illinois Cavalry Monument at Shiloh, 4.625” x 6.625”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.6 Box 9 Photograph, 12th Illinois Infantry Monument at Shiloh, 5” x 6.75”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.7 Box 9 Photograph, 88th Illinois Infantry Monument [at Shiloh], 5.5” x 3.375”, undated.
72.933.8 Box 9 Photograph, Top of Illinois Monument, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 3.25” x 5.5”, undated.
72.933.9 Box 9 Photograph, Base of Illinois Monument, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 3.25” x 5.5”, undated.
72.993.10 Box 9 Photograph, Indiana Monument, Shiloh Battlefield, Tennessee, 6.25” x 8.25”, undated.
72.933.12 Box 9 Photograph, Monument marking death of William Haines Lytle, Chickamauga Battlefield, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 5.5” x 3.25”, undated.
72.933.13 Box 9 Photograph, Historic marker describing activity of Lytle’s Brigade at Battle of Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 3.125” x 4.625”, undated.
72.933.15 Box 9 Photograph, Historic marker describing activity of Sherman’s Brigade, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 3.25” x 5.5”, undated.
72.933.16 Box 9 Photograph, Judge A.F. Smith spiking old cannon from Smith’s Battery, Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, 3.25” x 4.25”, 1911 April 3. This event likely marked the 50th anniversary of the firing on Fort Sumter, April 12, 1861. Smith’s Battery was Company A of the 1st Illinois Artillery. As of 2016, this cannon resides on the 6th floor of the Harold Washington Library Center.
72.933.17 Box 9 Postcard, Soldiers’ Monument, Manchester, Vermont, 3.5” x 5.5”, postmarked 1915 April 27.
72.933.18 Box 9 Photograph, Monument and “Hornet’s Nest” or Sunken Road, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, 4.75” x 6.75”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.19 Box 9 Print, Monument to the Tennessee Union Soldiers, National Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee, 8.5” x 5.375”, undated. Erected by the GAR Department of Tennessee.
72.933.20 Box 9 Photograph, Vermont State Monument, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, surmounted by statue of George J. Stannard, 7.25” x 4.25”, undated.
72.933.21 Box 9 Photograph, Monument to W.H.L. Wallace, Shiloh battlefield, Tennessee, 4.75” x 6.75”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.22 Box 9 Photograph, Monument to W.H.L. Wallace with two veterans, Shiloh battlefield, Tennessee, 4.75” x 6.75”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.23 Box 9 Photograph, Illinois Monument, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, 4.75” x 7.875”, undated.
72.933.24 Box 9 Photograph, Stone mason standing before Illinois Monument, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, 6.75” x 4.75”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.25 Box 9 Print, Groveton Monument for the Second Manassas, Virginia, 4.75” x 4.25”, original 1865 June 11. From photograph by Alexander Gardner.
72.933.26 Box 9 Photograph, Historic markers for Confederate Army of the Mississippi, Union Army of the Ohio, and Union Army of the Tennessee, Shiloh, Tennessee, 4.75” x 6.75”, undated. Photograph by J.C. Donnell, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
72.933.28 Box 15 Photograph, Illinois Monument at Andersonville Prison, Georgia, 14” x 10.5”, undated. Photograph by R.E. Hearn, Photographer, Americus, Georgia.
72.933.29 Box 9 Photograph, Sculpted relief depicting Battle of Shiloh, 10.5” x 9.25”, undated.
72.933.30.a-b Box 9 Photographs, Unidentified sculpture of seated woman holding a sword on her lap, 9.25” x 12”, undated. The image showing the statue in profile includes a man who is presumably the sculptor.
72.933.31.a-b Box 15 Photographs, Unidentified monument, possibly for Grand Army of the Republic, 11” x 14”, undated. Photograph by Bilordeaux Photography, New York, copyright by Massey Rhind, New York. A multi-sided obelisk. One side has a relief of a man and says “Loyalty.” Below is the quote “Who knew no glory but his country’s good.” Another side has a relief of a woman and child and says “Charity.” Below is the quote “The greatest of these is charity.”
72.939d Box 10 Pen and ink drawing, Illinois Monument at Vicksburg, 5.75” x 8.125”, circa 1905. Drawn by William Le Baron Jenney and William B. Mundie, Architects, [memorial dedicated in 1906].
72.939.5d Box 10 Postcard, Abraham Lincoln’s casket inside his monument at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois, 5.5” x 3.5”, [postmarked 1913 August 4]. Copyrighted by C.J. Resler, Taylorville, Illinois.
72.993b Box 10 Photograph, Massachusetts 37th Infantry Monument, Gettysburg, 8” x 10”, 1907 September 20
82.40.16 Art & Artifact Photograph, “Lincoln the Frontiersman,” 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. A bronze version of this statue of Abraham Lincoln holding an axe stands in Ewa Beach, Oahu, Hawaii.
82.40.17 Art & Artifact Photograph, close up of statue of Abraham Lincoln’s face without a beard, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. One of four busts created for the Lincoln sesquicentennial in 1960 showing Lincoln at four stages of his life: youth, pioneer, lawyer and president.
82.40.18 Art & Artifact Photograph, close up of profile view of Abraham Lincoln’s face without a beard, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. One of four busts created for the Lincoln sesquicentennial in 1960 showing Lincoln at four stages of his life: youth, pioneer, lawyer and president.
82.40.19 Art & Artifact Photograph, profile view of a woman, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. Likely the woman who appears in “Lincoln the Friendly Neighbor” (see 82.40.20).
82.40.20 Art & Artifact Photograph, “Lincoln the Friendly Neighbor,” 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. Bronze version stands at The Lincoln Federal Savings and Loan Association, Berwyn, Illinois.
82.40.21 Art & Artifact Photograph, close up of Abraham Lincoln’s face at ¾ view without beard, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. One of four busts created for the Lincoln sesquicentennial in 1960 showing Lincoln at four stages of his life: youth, pioneer, lawyer and president.
82.40.22 Art & Artifact Photograph, close up of Abraham Lincoln’s face without beard, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. One of four busts created for the Lincoln sesquicentennial in 1960 showing Lincoln at four stages of his life: youth, pioneer, lawyer and president.
82.40.23 Art & Artifact Photograph, close up of Abraham Lincoln’s bearded face in profile, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. One of four busts created for the Lincoln sesquicentennial in 1960 showing Lincoln at four stages of his life: youth, pioneer, lawyer and president.
82.40.24 Art & Artifact Photograph, close up of Abraham Lincoln’s bearded face, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. One of four busts created for the Lincoln sesquicentennial in 1960 showing Lincoln at four stages of his life: youth, pioneer, lawyer and president.
82.40.25 Art & Artifact Photograph, “The Chicago Lincoln,” 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. A bronze version of this statue of Abraham Lincoln holding papers in one hand and wrapping his other arm around a pedestal with books on top stands in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood.
82.40.26 Art & Artifact Photograph, New Salem Lincoln, 15” x 12”, undated. Statue by Avard T. Fairbanks. A bronze version of this statue of Abraham Lincoln holding books in one hand and an axe in the other stands in New Salem, Illinois.
90.3 Box 12 Photograph, Statue of Abraham Lincoln, Dixon, Illinois, 5.75” x 3.5”, 1935 September 24. This statue was erected on the spot where Fort Dixon stood and where Lincoln was stationed as captain of volunteers during the Black Hawk War of 1832.
2008.9.B Box 13 Postcard, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Park, east of Charleston, Ill., 3.5” x 5.5”, undated. Photograph by L.R. Pollizzie. “World's largest statue of Lincoln, 64 feet tall, is located East of Charleston, Illinois on Route 16…. His father and stepmother are buried near here.”
2008.9.E Box 13 Postcard, “Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Ill.,” 3.5” x 5.5”, postmarked 1929 August 21.
2008.9.F Box 13 Postcard, “Gen. Logan's Approach, showing Illinois Monument and Shirley House, also 30th Ohio, 78th Ohio, 45th Ill., Battery D. 1st Ill. Light Artillery, National Military Park, Vicksburg, Miss.” 3.5” x 5.5”, postmarked 1921 October 15. Reproduction of painting.

Series 4: Scenes of active duty

Subseries A: Battlefields

72.102 Box 2 Print, Unidentified cavalry scene with Ulysses S. Grant, 7.5” x 12”, undated.
72.105 Oversize Folder 17 Print, “Key to the Painting and Engraving of the Battle of Gettysburg: Repulse of Longstreet’s Assault,” 11.5” x 19”, 1870. Copyright by John B. Bachelder. Fragile. [See also 72.145.]
72.136j Box 2 Carte-de-visite print, Fitzhugh’s Landing, Virginia, 4” x 2.5”, circa 1863. Image by H.J. Brown. “24th Michigan and 6th Wisconsin charging across the Rappahannock at Fitzhugh’s Landing, April 24, 1863. Sergeant C.H. McConnell, Co. B, 24th Mich.”
72.141a Oversize Folder 15 Print, Battle of Chattanooga, 23.5” x 17”, 1886. By Thure de Thulstrup, published by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.145 Oversize Folder 17 Print, “Battle of Gettysburg: Repulse of Longstreet’s Assault,” 21.5” x 35”, 1876. Painted by James Walker, engraved by H.B. Hall, Jr., historically arranged and published by John B. Bachelder, Boston, electrotyped by Chas. Kress, New York. Fragile. [See also 72.105.]
72.164 Oversize Folder 8 Print, Battle of Gettysburg, 30.5” x 13”, undated. Painted by James Walker, printed by National Art Company, Boston, copyright 1907 Susan Ann Ball.
72.437.a-b Oversize Folder 4 Field map, vicinity of Atlanta, Georgia, found on the body of General James B. McPherson, [1864]
72.464 Box 4 Photograph, Bloody Pond, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, 6.375” x 8.375”, undated.
72.467 Box 4 Photographic reproduction, Siege guns, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, 4.25” x 6.3125”, 1862 April.
72.469 Box 4 Photograph, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, 4.5” x 6.625”, undated.
72.471 Box 4 Print, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, 4.125” x 6.5”, 1862 April. Steamers shown include the Universe, the Tigress, which was General Grant’s headquarters boat, and the Tyler.
72.481 Oversize Box 14 Photograph, Confederate dead behind stone wall at the Second Battle of Fredericksburg, Maryland, 10” x 8”, 1863 May. Photograph by Andrew Russell for Matthew Brady.
72.490 Oversize Folder 4 Map, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, 1862. This map shows Confederate plans for the Battle of Shiloh (April 6-7, 1862). According to records of the Grand Army of the Republic, the map was seized five months later in September 1862 by Norman L. Ross of the 20th Illinois Infantry, who found it in the Memphis Appeal Building in Memphis, Tennessee.
72.778 Oversize Box 14 Print, “[George] B. McClellan at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862,” 9.5” x 12”, 1897. By Henry A. Ogden, printed by Knight & Brown.
72.781 Oversize Folder 20 Print, [Battle of Gettysburg], 21.75” x 15.25”, 1887. Original painting by Thure de Thulstrup, print by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.782 Oversize Folder 20 Print, Siege of Vicksburg, 22” x 15.5”, 1887. Original painting by Thure de Thulstrup, print by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.801 Oversize Folder 21 Illustrated aerial map, “Gettysburg Battlefield Today,” 20.5” x 14.75”, 1913. Copyright by Pennsylvania Railroad.
72.808 Oversize Folder 21 Print, [Battle of Antietam], 21.5” x 14.75”, 1887. Original painting by Thure de Thulstrup, print by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.809 Oversize Folder 22 Print, [Battle of Spottsylvania], 21.25” x 15”, 1887. Original painting by Thure de Thulstrup, print by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.810 Oversize Folder 22 Print, “Battle of Fredericksburg laying pontoon bridges under fire,” 21.75” x 15.25”, 1887. Original painting by Thure de Thulstrup, print by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
72.929.7 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “The Union fortifications near Petersburg, Virginia,” called Fort Hell, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.929.10 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “All Quiet on the Potomac,” 4” x 2.5”, 1864. Photograph by A.A. Turner, New York.
72.929.11 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “On to Richmond,” 4” x 2.5”, 1864.
72.933.11 Box 9 Photograph, Lookout Station, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 3.25” x 5”, undated.
72.974 Box 10 Photograph, Bloody pond at Shiloh battlefield, Tennessee, 4.5” x 6.625”, undated.
72.1062 Art & Artifact Print, Battery D, 1st Ohio Light Artillery going into action at Chickamauga, 35.5” x 46.75”, circa 1880. Designed by Gilbert Gaul, copyright by C. Klackner, New York, 1893.
86.12.1 Box 11 Pencil drawing, Artillery battery firing shells, 9.25” x 5”, undated.
86.40.9 Box 11 Color lithograph, “The First of May 1865 or Genl Moving Day in Richmond Va.,” 8.5” x 10.5”, circa 1865 May 1. Print by Kimmel and Forster, New York, New York, published by H.S.W. Voight.
90.17 Oversize Box 15 Print, “The Fall of Richmond, Virginia on the Night of April 2nd, 1865,” 14” x 9.75”, 1865. Print by Currier and Ives.
91.4.11 Box 13 Photograph, “Artillery Camp at City Point, [Virginia],” 10.25” x 6.5”, 1865 January. [See also: E468.7.M64 Folio.]
91.4.12 Box 13 Photograph, “Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Looking upstream, Gen. Butler's Lookout in distance,” 9.75” x 6.25”, 1864 December 10. [See also: E468.7.M64 Folio.]
91.4.14 Box 13 Photograph, “Camp of artillery in the front of Richmond,” 12.25” x 7.5”, 1865 April. [See also: E468.7.M64 Folio.]
91.4.27 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Harper’s Ferry, Virginia, and vicinity, 6.5” x 9”, 1865. Photograph by Mathew Brady, on Brady’s “Incidents of the War” mount.
91.4.30 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Field Telegraph Battery Wagon, 7” x 9”, 1864 September. Photograph by David Knox and Alexander Gardner. Includes description page.
91.4.34 Box 13 Photograph, The Pulpit, Fort Fisher, North Carolina, 7” x 9”, 1865. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan and Alexander Gardner.
91.4.36 Box 13 Photograph, Battery Number One near Yorktown, Virginia, 7” x 9”, 1862. Photograph by John Wood, James F. Gibson and Alexander Gardner
93.8 Oversize Folder 12 Print, “View of Harper’s Ferry, Va. (from the Potomac Side),” 22” x 18”, circa 1850s. Published by Currier & Ives, New York.
93.11 Oversize Folder 18 Print, “Gettysburg Battlefield,” 38” x 20”, 1863. Print by John B. Bachelder, Endicott & Co. Lith., New York. Illustrated, topographical map with troop locations labeled. Fidelity and accuracy attested to by many officials.
2007.52.Q Box 13 Print of unknown Civil War battle, 5” x 8”, undated.
2009.7.5 Box 13 Print, “Chicago Zouaves, Capt. Thos. J. Ford,” 10.75” x 6.75”, undated. Lithograph by T. Fitzwilliam & Co., Lith., N.O. [New Orleans?]. Part of 19th Illinois Volunteer Infantry.
2009.7.6 Box 13 Print, “Taylorville Guards, Company B, 5th Infantry National Guard Illinois, Captain Crooker,” 10.75” x 6.75”, undated. Lithograph by T. Fitzwilliam & Co., New Orleans.
2018.14 Box 20 Partial atlas of Civil War battlefield maps, 23" x 29", circa 1887. The maps were created under the direction of the U.S. War Department. This item has a CPL stamp from 1887 December 1. The atlas includes the following Civil War battlefield maps, listed with the dates the maps were created:
  • Fort Henry, Tennessee, 1875
  • Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1863
  • Shiloh, Tennessee, 1862
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1869
  • Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, 1867
  • Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Virginia, 1876
  • Williamsburg, Virginia, 1876
  • Drainsville, Virginia, 1875
  • Jetersville and Sailors Creek, Virginia, 1867
  • Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia, 1867
  • Totopotomoy, Virginia, 1867
  • High Bridge and Farmville, Virginia, 1867
  • The Wilderness, Virginia, 1867
  • Cold Harbor, Virginia, 1867
  • Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, 1867
  • Five Forks, Virginia, undated
  • Petersburg and Five Forks, Virginia, 1867
  • Bermuda Hundred, Virginia, 1867
  • North Anna, Virginia, 1867
  • Richmond, Virginia, 1867
  • Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1867
  • Chancellorsville, Virginia, 1867
  • Bull Run, Virginia, 1877
  • Yorktown to Williamsburg, Virginia, 1862
  • Williamsburg to White House, Virginia, undated
  • White House to Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, undated
  • Central Virginia, 1865
  • Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, Tennessee, 1875
  • Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, 1877
  • Knoxville, Tennessee, 1864
  • Map showing the marches under William Sherman, 1865
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1875
  • Franklin, Tennessee, 1874
  • Nashville, Tennessee, 1864
  • Fort Donelson, Tennessee, 1875
  • Milliken’s Bend, Louisiana to Jackson, Mississippi, including Vicksburg, 1876
  • Atlanta, Georgia, Campaign Map I, 1875
  • Atlanta, Georgia, Campaign Map II, 1877
  • Atlanta, Georgia, Campaign Map III, 1876
  • Atlanta, Georgia, Campaign Map IV, 1874
  • Atlanta, Georgia, Campaign Map V, 1877
  • Savannah, Georgia, 1864
  • Sherman in Georgia, 1864
  • Atlanta, Georgia, 1875
  • Perryville, Kentucky, 1877
  • Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington and Newport, Kentucky, 1877
  • Columbus, Kentucky, undated
  • Logan’s Cross Roads, Kentucky, 1877
  • Roanoke Island, North Carolina, 1862
  • Fort Fisher, North Carolina, 1865
  • Charleston, South Carolina, 1865
  • Fort Sumter, South Carolina, 1865
  • Blakeley, Alabama, 1865
  • Spanish Fort, Alabama, 1865
  • Monterey, Tennessee and Corinth, Mississippi, 1862
  • Iuka, Mississippi, 1876
  • Black River Bridge, Mississippi, 1876
  • Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1863
  • Port Hudson, Louisiana and vicinity, 1875
  • Island No. 10 and New Madrid on the Mississippi River, undated
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1883, first day’s battle, second day’s battle and third day’s battle shown on different maps
  • South Mountain, Maryland, 1862
  • Antietam, Maryland, 1867
  • Pea Ridge, Arkansas, 1876
  • Belmont, Missouri, 1876
  • Mobile, Alabama, undated
Plate 9 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Mission Ridge from Orchard Knob [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 10 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Orchard Knob from Mission Ridge [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 11 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The Crest of Mission Ridge [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 12 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Mission Ridge Scene of Sherman's Attack [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 13 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Chattanooga Valley from Lookout Mountain, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 14 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Chattanooga Valley from Lookout Mountain No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 15 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Lu-La [Lula] Lake Lookout Mountain [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 19 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battleground of Resacca [sic], Ga., No. l, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 20 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battleground of Resacca [sic], Ga., No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 21 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battleground of Resacca [sic], Ga., No. 3, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 22 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battleground of Resacca [sic], Ga., No. 4, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 25 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battle field of New Hope Church, Ga., No. l, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 26 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battle field of New Hope Church, Ga., No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 27 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The “Hell Hole” New Hope Church, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 34 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The Battle field of Peach Tree Creek, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 35 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Scene of Gen. McPherson's Death, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 36 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battle field of Atlanta, Ga., July 22d, 1864, No. l, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 37 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Battle field of Atlanta, Ga., July 22d, 1864, No. 2 [labeled as such in table of contents. Mislabeled on page with same title as plate 40], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 39 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Ga., No. 1 [Includes Potter House.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 40 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Ga., No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 41 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Ga., No. 3, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 42 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Ga., No. 4, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 43 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Ga., No. 5, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 44 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Destruction of Hood's Ordinance Train, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.

Subseries B: Bridges

72.478 Box 4 Photograph, Pontoon Bridge, Berlin, Maryland, two miles below Harper’s Ferry, 6.875” x 8.875”, 1862. Published by Taylor & Huntington, Hartford, Conn.
72.836 Box 6 Photograph, Railroad bridge construction, Bridgeport, Alabama, 5.8125” x 7.5”, 1863. [Constructed by soldiers in the 1st Michigan Engineers.]
72.837.a Box 6 Photograph, Railroad bridge construction, Bridgeport, Alabama, 5.75” x 8”, 1863. [Constructed by soldiers in the 1st Michigan Engineers.]
72.837.b Box 6 Photograph, Railroad bridge construction, Bridgeport, Alabama, 7.5” x 8.5”, [1863]. [Constructed by soldiers in the 1st Michigan Engineers.]
72.843 Box 6 Photograph, Bridge at Bowling Green, Kentucky, 7.75” x 5.75”, undated. Constructed under direction of 1st Michigan Engineers.
72.844 Box 6 Photograph, Railroad bridge destroyed at Bridgeport, Alabama, 5” x 7”, 1863.
91.4.3 Box 13 Photograph, Building a bridge over the Chickahominy, 6.75” x 9”, 1862. Photograph by David B. Woodbury.
72.438.5 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, A pontoon bridge, Tennessee, 8” x 5.5”, undated.
72.438.7 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Trestle bridge, Decherd, Tennessee, 8” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.9 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Birdseye view of Elk River bridge, Tennessee, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.10 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Elk River railroad bridge, Tennessee, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.17 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Railroad and pontoon bridges, Bridgeport, Tennessee, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.19 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Railroad bridge, rivers, Bridgeport, Tennessee, 7.25” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.20 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Pontoon bridge, Bridgeport, Tennessee, 7.75” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.21 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Railroad bridge, Bridgeport, Tennessee, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.22 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Views of railroad bridge, Tennessee River near Bridgeport, Tennessee, 8” x 5.875”, undated.
Plate 4 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Trestle Bridge at Whiteside [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 5 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Whiteside Valley below the Bridge [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 23 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Defenses of the Etawah Bridge [Ga.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.

Subseries C: Camp

72.403
72.404
Box 4 Pencil sketches by Frederick Stuart Church, 7.5” x 10”, undated. 72.403 and 72.404 were drawn by Church, a private in the 1st Illinois Artillery for J. Henry Long, a fellow private. They depict the humorous side of camp life during the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi and include commentary by the artist. Each includes multiple drawings with narrative attached, almost like comic strips. 403 is titled “Expedition of Capt. Wood, Lieut. Hills and Bowers to Farragut’s Fleet,” and 404 is titled “Adventures of Emery and Church by Land and Flood.” Frederick Stuart Church went on to become an accomplished artist and illustrator.
72.435 Box 4 Hand-colored photograph, Zouave Cadet Days, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.620 Box 4 Print, “Our Chaplain, camp of 5th Virginia Vol. Infantry, U.S.A.,” 8.25” x 10.5”, undated. Image by Champney and H. Brown.
72.798.A-B Box 6 Items with accession number 72.798 are all mounted on board and appear to be taken from a scrapbook or other similar compilation. A., 2.5” x 4”, reads, “Bits of Camp Life.” B., 4.25” x 6”, is an illustration of muskets and an American flag, undated
72.798.D Box 6 Photograph of tattered American flag, 2.25” x 3.25”, undated. Image taken at Raymond's Gallery, Detroit, Michigan.
72.798.E-F Box 6 Postcard depicting a soldier writing in a tent, 3.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.798.G Box 6 Postcard depicting a soldier patrolling a path in the forest with a horseman approaching, 5” x 6”, undated.
72.798.I Box 6 Postcard depicting soldiers walking with a young civilian watching them over a fence, 5” x 6”, undated.
72.798.J Box 6 Postcard depicting soldiers chasing a duck, chicken, and pig, 5” x 6”, undated.
72.798.K Box 6 Postcard depicting soldiers cooking in camp, 5” x 6”, undated.
72.829 Oversize Folder 23 Print, “The American Patriot’s Dream, the night before the battle,” 15.5” x 13”, 1861. Published by Currier & Ives.
91.4.9 Box 13 Photograph, Tent hospital in rear of Douglas Hospital, 6.75” x 9.5”, 1860s. Attributed to Alexander Gardner.
91.4.15 Box 13 Photograph, “Head-Quarter's Hospital, 5th Army Corps, City Point, VA,” 10” x 6.5”, undated. [See also: E468.7.M64 Folio.]
91.4.16 Box 13 Photograph, Post musicians in Fortress Manor, 7” x 9.5”, 1863. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan.
91.4.29 Box 13 Photograph, Field Hospital, Second Army Corps, Brandy Station, Virginia, 7” x 9”, 1864. Photograph by Alexander Gardner.
91.4.31 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Army Repair Shop, 7” x 9”, 1864. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan and Alexander Gardner. Includes description page: “A field workshop in the Ninth Army Corps, before Petersburg.”
91.4.32 Box 13 Photograph, General Post-Office, Army of the Potomac, Brandy Station, Virginia, 6.25” x 9”, 1863. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan and Alexander Gardner.
91.4.33 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, Brandy Station, Virginia, 7” x 9”, 1864. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan and Alexander Gardner. Includes description page.
91.4.35 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, U.S. Military Telegraph Construction Corps, 7” x 9”, 1864. Photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan and Alexander Gardner. Includes description page.
72.438.11 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Headquarters camp, Cove Springs, Alabama, 8.125” x 5.875”, undated.
72.438.14 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, General [William] Rosecrans' Headquarters Camp, Stevenson, Alabama, 7.75” x 5.875”, undated.
72.438.23 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Commissary camp and wagons, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.25 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Commissary camp, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.30 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Camp, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.31 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, In camp, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.32 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Camp, U.S. Regular, 7.75” x 5.75”, undated.

Subseries D: Marching

72.937ee Box 10 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Old Abe,” the Wisconsin War Eagle, 4” x 2.5”, [1876].
90.40.1 Box 12 Etching of “Old Abe” the eagle on a United States shield, 2.5” x 4”, 1865. Printed by Dunlop, Sewell & Spalding, Chicago. The 8th Wisconsin Infantry carried Old Abe through three years' campaign. Images were sold to benefit the Great Sanitary Fair held in Chicago in May 1865.
90.40.2 Box 12 Newspaper clipping of article about the Civil War Bird “Old Abe the Eagle” that was carried by the 8th Wisconsin Infantry for three years and about the images of him sold to benefit the Great Sanitary Fair, [held in Chicago in May 1865,] 2” x 9.5”, 1935.
Plate 2 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The Capitol, Nashville, Tenn., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 3 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Nashville from the Capitol, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 6 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Pass in the Raccoon Range Whiteside No. l [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 7 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Pass in the Raccoon Range Whiteside No. 2 [Tenn.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 8 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Chattanooga from the North, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 16 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The John Ross House, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 17 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Ringold, Ga. , 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 18 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Buzzard Roost, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 24 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Allatoona from the Etawah [Ga.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 28 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The Allatoona Pass Looking North, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 29 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The Allatoona Pass, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 30 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Pine Mountain [Ga.], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 31 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The front of Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 32 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, View from Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 33 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, South Bank of the Chattahoochie, Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 38 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The Potter House, Atlanta, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 45 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, City of Atlanta, Ga., No. l, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 46 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, City of Atlanta, Ga., No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 47 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Savanah [sic] River, near Savanah [sic], Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 48 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Buen-Ventura Savanah [sic], Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 49 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Savanah [sic], Ga., No. l, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 50 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Savanah [sic], Ga., No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 51 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Fountain, Savanah [sic], Ga., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 52 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, The New Capitol, Columbia, S.C., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 53 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Columbia from the Capitol, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 54 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Ruins in Columbia, S.C., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 55 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Ruins in Columbia, S.C., No. 2, 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 56 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Fort [Sumter], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 57 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Interior View of Fort [Sumter], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 58 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Exterior View of Fort [Sumter], 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 59 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Ruins of the Pinckney Mansion, Charleston, S.C., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 60 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Ruins in Charleston, S.C., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
Plate 61 Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign Photograph, Ruins of the R.R. Depot, Charleston, S.C., 14” x 10”, circa 1865. Photograph by George N. Barnard, published by Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, New York, 1866.
72.438.2 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Lula Lake, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee/North Georgia, 9” x 6.5”, undated.
72.438.3 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Estill Springs, Tennessee, 7.75” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.4 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Nickajack Cave, Tennessee, 7.75” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.6 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Railroad culvert, Decherd, Tennessee, 7.75” x 6”, undated.
72.438.8 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Cotton Mills River, Tennessee, 7.25” x 5.5”, undated.
72.438.15 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Walled spring near Stevenson, Alabama, 8” x 5.875”, undated.
72.438.16 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Stevenson, Alabama, 7.875” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.18 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, A fort near Stevenson, Alabama, 8” x 5.75”, undated.
72.438.24 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Tennessee River near Bridgeport, 7.25” x 5.25”, undated.
72.438.29 Army of the Cumberland Album Photograph, Views, Saltpeter works, East Tennessee, 8” x 5.75”, undated.

Subseries E: Scenes in Northern States

72.119 Oversize Folder 13 Watercolor pen and ink drawing, “U.S. General Hospital, Mound City, Illinois, in charge of H. Wardner, Surgeon, 1862,” 28” x 19.75”, undated.
72.807 Oversize Box 15 Print, “Soldiers Home,” 12.25” x 9.5”, circa 1865. Published by Jevne & Almini. This building where sick and wounded soldier could go for medical attention stood near 35th and the lake front in Chicago.
72.832 Oversize Folder 24 Print, Rock Island Barracks, Illinois, 19.5” x 15.5”, 1864. “Lith. C. Vogt. H. Lambach sct. Davenport, Iowa, published by C. Speidel, Rock Island, Illinois, print by J. McKittrick & Co., St. Louis, Missouri.”
72.929.32 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “B’dway showing barracks, lower end of Park,” 4” x 2.5”, 1861.
72.929.34 Box 8 Photograph, Fort Snelling, St. Paul, Minnesota, 4.75” x 3.75”, undated.
72.929.57 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Departure of Cavalry from New York, 2.5” x 4”, 1861.
72.964 Box 10 Photograph of print, Main building of the Great North Western Sanitary Fair, Chicago, 5” x 7”, [Fair opened 1865 May 30].
82.40.3 Art & Artifact Print, Sherman House in 1865, Chicago, 10.5” x 12.75”, undated. By Charles Overall.  
82.40.4 Art & Artifact Print, Michigan Ave. from Randolph St. Station in 1865, 10.5” x 12.75”, undated. By Charles Overall.

Subseries F: Prisons

72.146 Oversize Folder 15 Print, The Andersonville Stockade, 24” x 17”, 1903. By Al. Jer. Klapp.
72.441 Box 4 Carte-de-visite photograph, Elmira Prison, New York, 4” x 2.5”, [1864. Photograph by Moulton & Larkin.]
72.501 Box 4 Photograph, Libby Prison, Virginia, 7.5” x 9.625”, undated.
72.800 Oversize Folder 21 Print, “Bird’s Eye View of Andersonville Prison from the South-east,” 22” x 15.75”, 1890. Published by Keystone Pub. Co., Philadelphia. “Sparks from the camp fire.”
72.865 Oversize Box 15 Print, Libby Prison, 14” x 18”, undated.
72.929.13 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, “Castle Thunder,” a Confederate prison in Richmond, Virginia, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
91.4.13 Box 13 Photograph, “'Bull Pen,' City Point, VA, Union prison construction,” 11.5” x 8.5”, undated. [See also: E468.7.M64 Folio.]
91.4.28 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Libby Prison, Richmond, VA, 7” x 9”, 1864 April. Photograph by Alexander Gardner. Mounted and includes description page.
2007.53a Oversize Folder 26 Pen and ink/watercolor, Andersonville Prison, looking northeast from southwest corner, scene set in 1864, 22” x 10.25”, undated. Drawn by Eberstadt.
2007.53b Oversize Folder 26 Pen and ink/watercolor, Birdseye view of north end of Andersonville Prison, prisoners digging, scene set in 1864, 16” x 10.5”, undated. Drawn by Eberstadt.

Subseries G: Ships and steam engines

72.813 Oversize Folder 23 Print, The famous war engine “General” of the Western & Atlantic R.R., 19” x 12”, undated.
72.838 Box 6 Photograph, U.S. Steam Sloop Hartford, U.S. Navy, 6.125” x 4”, undated. Flagship of Admiral D.G. Farragut.
72.839 Box 6 Photograph, U.S.S. Kearsarge, U.S. Navy, 6.25” x 8.125”, undated.
72.840 Box 6 Photograph, Steam Sloop Pensacola, U.S. Navy, 6” x 7.5”, undated.
72.841 Box 6 Photograph, School Ship, St. Mary’s, New York, 6.625” x 8.125”, undated.
72.842 Oversize Box 15 Photograph of drawing, Barrel torpedo, 11.25” x 9.5”, undated.
72.929.12 Box 8 Carte-de-visite photograph, Unidentified steamboat, 4” x 2.5”, undated.
72.943 Oversize Box 15 Photograph, Cannon hold on Britannic Majesty “Warrior” ship, 9” x 5.75”, undated. Photograph by West & Sons, Cosport.
92.8 Box 13 Photograph, Steamship [likely the Union's “Wabash”], 7” x 4.25”, undated.

Series 5: Illustrated documents and symbolic or political art

72.113 Oversize Folder 13 Print, illustrated roster of Illinois 77th Regiment, Company H, 20” x 15.75”, 1862 September 2. Printed by B. Foster, Peoria, Illinois.
72.158 Oversize Folder 16 Print, Emancipation proclamation with portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Union generals, 16.75” x 20.5”, undated. Generals pictured: Winfield Scott, William Tecumseh Sherman, Philip Sheridan, Andrew Foote, Oliver Otis Howard, James McPherson, Joseph Hooker, Ambrose Burnside, George Meade, Benjamin Butler, Winfield Scott Hancock, John Alexander Logan, John Pope, David Farragut, George Henry Thomas, Ulysses S. Grant.
72.159 Oversize Folder 16 Print, Text of “General Grant’s Farewell Address to the Union Army in the field, 1865,” with illustrations, 20.25” x 14”, undated.
72.160 Oversize Folder 16 Drawing, “Centennial,” 29” x 19.5”, 1876. Designed and executed by Daniel T. Ames, New York. Includes multiple illustrations showing the progress of the United States of America from its founding in 1776 through its first 100 years. Includes full text of the Declaration of Independence and the Emancipation Proclamation.
72.322 Oversize Folder 20 Print, Campaign circular for Abraham Lincoln, 14” x 17.25”, undated.
72.528 Box 4 Carte-de-visite print, Jefferson Davis, 3.75” x 2.5”, undated. Image depicts African American soldier hanging caricature of Davis from gallows. “The right man in the right place,” printed at the bottom.
72.529 Box 4 Carte-de-visite caricature, Jefferson Davis, 4” x 2.5”, undated. Image depicts Jefferson Davis in a dress with “Jeff Davis, as captured” printed at bottom of dress. Printed below image, “Your man had better not provoke the President, for he might hurt ’em” Mrs. Jeff Davis.
72.530 Box 4 Carte-de-visite print, Jefferson Davis, 2.5” x 3.75”, undated. Image depicts caricature of Jefferson Davis jumping over a smoking bomb that has “Union” printed on the bomb. Printed below image, “Wise Strategy What’s the last ditch?”
72.830 Oversize Folder 23 Print, illustrated description of Army of the Potomac, 17.5” x 23”, 1904. Printed by The National Tribune Co., Washington, D.C. Includes images and text listings of its leaders, divisions, principal battles and a map of its activities. Certifies service of Charles H. McConnell in the 24th Regiment of Michigan Infantry.
72.831 Oversize Folder 23 Print, illustrated roster 13th Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, Company H, 16” x 21.75”, [1863].
72.833 Oversize Folder 24 Print, Illustrated Soldier’s memorial for 37th Massachusetts Infantry, Company B, 18” x 22”, 1864. Illustrations by J.C. Fuller, published by W.R. Nixon, Baltimore, print by Major & Knapp, New York.
72.835 Oversize Folder 24 Print, illustrated description of Army of the Cumberland, 18” x 24”, 1904. Printed by The National Tribune Co., Washington, D.C. Includes images and text listings of its leaders, divisions, principal battles and a map of its activities. Certifies service of Cornelius Baker in Company C of the 9th Regiment of Pennsylvania Cavalry.
89.6 Box 11 Pamphlet of political cartoons about Jefferson Davis, “Jeff Petticoats,” 5” x 8”, [1866]. Published by American News Company, New York, New York. [Artist, Frank Bellew.]
90.28 Oversize Box 15 Letterpress broadside, The Gettysburg Address, 12” x 17”, 1988 April. Designed by Joel Friedlander, illustrated by David Johnson, published by The Petrarch Press.
91.4.2 Oversize Box 15 Print, “View of Transparency in front of headquarters of Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments,” 12.5” x 16”, Printed by Ringwalt & Brown, Philadelphia, [1864]. “In Commemoration of Emancipation in Maryland, November 1, 1864.” [See also American Civil War Documents, Manuscripts, Letters and Diaries and Grand Army of the Republic Collections, Part 2, Series 10.]
91.5.1 Box 13 Carte-de-visite photograph of painting, “Emancipation,” 4” x 2.5”, 1863. Painting by G.G. Fish, photograph by John P. Sowle. Image depicts allegorical vision of Emancipation as a woman. Two presumably recently freed enslaved people kneel beside her wrapped in the American flag.
91.5.7 Oversize Box 15 Broadside depicting soldier with American Flag and a banner reading, “freedom to the slave,” 9.5” x 12”, undated. Includes scenes of African Americans relaxing, reading the newspaper, attending public school, being unshackled by soldiers, and serving in the army. The back includes lyrics to John Brown Song and encourages African Americans to enlist.
92.3 Oversize Box 15 Print, “Southern rebellion & the Chicago democracy,” 15.5” x 12.25”, undated. Designed by the National Union Association of Cincinnati, executed by Theo. Jones. “The forlorn hope--the ship 'Secession' in the breakers--the Chicago wreckers rushing to the rescue.”
93.7 Oversize Folder 11 Print, Emancipation Proclamation, 28” x 19.75”, 1865. Designed and executed by Gilman R. Russell. Includes text of Emancipation Proclamation, portrait of Abraham Lincoln and additional illustrations.
2007.50 Oversize Folder 27 Poster, The Evens music performance, 24” x 18”, 2006. By thebirdmachine.com. Advertises performance at Pulaski Park Fieldhouse Auditorium, October 12-13, 2006. Art includes image of Abraham Lincoln.
2008.9.D Box 13 Postcard, “Lincoln and the Contrabands,” 3.5” x 5.5”, 1909. Reproduction of painting. Artist and publication information is difficult to read. [Wolf & Co.?] Two letters from Abraham Lincoln are printed on the back, “Farewell at Springfield, Ill.” and condolence letter to Mrs. Bixby who was believed to have lost five sons in the Civil War.
2008.41B Oversize Folder 27 Map, “Map of the Southern States, including rail roads, county towns, state capitals, county roads, the southern coast from Delaware to Texas, showing the harbors, inlets, forts and position of blockading ships,” 32” x 22”, 1863 December. Prepared for Harper's History of the Rebellion. Includes images of Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, George B. McClellan and Winfield Scott. On back are three separate maps. 1. Pictorial map of portions of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina, with the coast line from Cape Henry to Fort Pickens, 20.5” x 14.75.” 2. Balloon view of Fortress Monroe and Hampton Roads, 14” x 9.” 3. Balloon view of the seat of war, 9” x 14.”
2009.2.1 Oversize Box 15 Drawing, Abraham Lincoln of the Lincoln monument holds his head in his hands weeping, 14” x 17.25”, undated. Cartoon by Bill Mauldin.
2010.8 Oversize Box 15 Poster, 900-999 History & Geography [Dewey Decimal System], 17” x 10”, undated. Published by OCLC Online Computer Library Center. Features cartoon figures from history, including Abraham Lincoln.
2013.3.2 Art & Artifact Print, “The Negro in War-Various Employment of the Colored Men in the Federal Army,” 21” x 15”, undated. Print by C.E.F. Hillen.
CPL-52 Art & Artifact Poster, Civil War centennial, 40.5” x 27.5”, [1965]. Includes illustrated chronological history of war, maps and portraits of leaders.
2017.29.1 Box 17 Panoramic scene, The Myropticon: A Historical Panorama of the Rebellion, view box 8” x 5”, circa 1866. Published by Milton Bradley & Co. Turn knobs atop box to advance through scenes. Digitized version available through Yale University's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (http://brbl-dl.library.yale.edu/vufind/Record/3433416).
2017.29.2 Box 15 Printed poster describing and advertising The Myropticon, 11” x 17”, circa 1866. Printed by Samuel Bowles & Company, Printers, Springfield, Mass.

Subseries A: Adalbert John Volck

72.845 Box 7 Etching, “Passing through Baltimore,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, Abraham Lincoln is traveling to Washington for his inauguration and peeks through a partly open freight car door.
72.846 Box 7 Etching, “Writing the Emancipation Proclamation,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, Abraham Lincoln sits at his desk, writing the Emancipation Proclamation, surrounded by imagery of demons and devils.
72.847 Box 7 Etching, “Battle in Baltimore, April 19, 1861,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, the people of Baltimore attack the 6th Massachusetts regiment as it passes through from one railroad station to another.
72.848 Box 7 Etching, “Searching for Arms,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, Union soldiers ransack a bedroom and find a small Confederate flag, which they show to the upset family whose home they are searching.
72.849 Box 7 Etching, “Enlistment of Sickles Brigade, New York,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image is depicted a crowded street scene with army recruits, a street preacher and a woman selling pipes.
72.850 Box 7 Etching, “Jemison’s Jayhawkers,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, a gang of marauders race through a hamlet, killing people, burning buildings and kidnapping women as they go.
72.851 Box 7 Etching, “Stone Blockade of Charleston, South Carolina,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, the masts of ships rise just above the water. These ships have been sunk to block Union ships from entering the harbor.
72.852 Box 7 Etching, “Free Negroes in the North,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image depicts an impoverished life for free African Americans in the North.
72.853 Box 7 Etching, “Free Negroes in Hayti,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, Haitians are depicted in tribal costume performing a ceremonial child sacrifice.
72.854 Box 7 Etching, “Cave Life in Vicksburg during the Siege,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image shows a southern woman kneeling in prayer in a cave with some belongings from her home. Many citizens of Vicksburg, Mississippi, took refuge in caves during the long Union siege in 1863.
72.855 Box 7 Etching, “Vicksburg Canal,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, two Confederate soldiers spy Union soldiers in the distance building a canal in an effort to bypass Confederate batteries of the Mississippi River and ultimately to divert the River from its course alongside Vicksburg, leaving the city high and dry and strategically unimportant. The canal was never completed.
72.856 Box 7 Etching, “Buying a Substitute in the North,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image shows a man drafted into the Union Army attempting to pay someone to take his place. The cast of potential substitutes is made up of weak, sick and drunk men.
72.857 Box 7 Etching, “Making Clothes for the Boys in the Army,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, Southern women are shown sewing clothes for the fighting soldiers.
72.858 Box 7 Etching, “Slaves Protecting their Master from the Enemy,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, a female slave directs Union soldiers elsewhere as her master hides behind the door.
72.859 Box 7 Etching, “Return of a Raiding Party from Pennsylvania,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, cattle and pigs are herded, along with covered wagons of forage, as the raiding party returns.
72.860 Box 7 Etching, “Valiant Men Dat Fight Mit Siegel,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image depicts plundering Union troops attacking a home while children try to escape through a window and the mistress of the home begs General Franz Sigel for mercy.
72.861 Box 7 Etching, “Formation of Guerilla Bands,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image shows a member of a guerilla band attempting to recruit another who comforts his wife and child outside their destroyed home.
72.862 Box 7 Etching, “Smuggling Medicines into the South,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image shows a common occurrence during the war in the Potomac region, smuggling medicine into the South.
72.863 Box 7 Etching, “Albert Sidney Johnston Crossing the Plains,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. When the Civil War began, Johnston was a Federal officer in Texas. This image shows him returning east to serve in the Confederate Army
72.864 Box 7 Etching, “Election in Baltimore, 1862,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, crowds gather outside the polling place expressing sympathies for both the northern and southern sides.
72.866 Box 7 Etching, “General Stuart’s Raid to the White House,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image shows the Confederate Jeb Stuart’s ride from Richmond around the Union General McClellan’s forces to McClellan’s headquarters in Virginia, the “White House” referenced in the title.
72.867 Box 7 Etching, “Butler’s Prisoners of Fort St. Philip,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image shows Fort St. Philip, about 70 miles north of New Orleans, along the Mississippi River, under Union control after being captured by Admiral David Farragut and General Benjamin Butler.
72.868 Box 7 Etching, “Prayer in Stonewall Jackson’s Camp,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. In this image, Stonewall Jackson leads his men in prayer.
72.869 Box 7 Etching, “Selling Counterfeit Confederate Notes in the City of Brotherly Love,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. This image depicts a man trying to sell Confederate money to two other men.
72.870 Box 7 Etching, “General Stuart’s Return from Pennsylvania,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. Here General Jeb Stuart returning from a raid to Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in October 1862.
72.871 Box 7 Etching, “Offering of Church Bells to be Cast into Cannon,” 8” x 10”, printed circa 1885. Etching by Adalbert John Volck. The artist published a number of anti-Union caricatures under the name V. Blada. Southern clergy are shown offering church bells to melt down for war material.
97.5 Box 13 Book of etchings by Adalbert John Volck, a Confederate supporter, 9” x 12.5”, circa 1880s. Published in Baltimore, Maryland. Includes 26 etchings.

Index

African Americans Series 1: 91.5.2.
Series 2: 91.4.4, 2017.94.1-2, Cumberland Album 26.
Series 5: 72.258, 91.51.1, 91.5.7; Subseries A: 72.852, 72.853, 72.858.
Andersonville Prison Series 4, Subseries F: 72.146, 72.800, 2007.53a, 2007.53b.
Antietam Series 2: 91.4.39
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.778, 72.808, 2018.14.
1st Arkansas Regiment Series 1: 72.937y (Blackwell)
5th Army Corps Series 4, Subseries C: 91.4.15.
Army of the Cumberland Album. Series 5: 72.835.
Atlanta Series 4, Subseries A: 2018.14, Sherman Album 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43.
Series 4, Subseries D: Sherman album 38, 45, 46.
Black, John C. Series 1: 72.114, 72.590, 72.635b, 72.636, 72.637 (Griggs).
Series 3, Subseries C: 72.590.
Blair, Francis Preston, Jr. Series 1: 72.58.4, 81.6.
Series 2: Sherman Album 1.
Blair, Montgomery Series 1: 72.58.5.
Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.19.2.
Bragg, Braxton Series 2: 72.812, 72.929.27.
1st Brigade Series 2: 72.759.2.
Buell, Don Carlos Series 1: 72.58.7, 81.9.
Series 2: Cumberland Album 34.
Bull Run/Manassas Series 3, Subseries D: 72.394, 72.933.3, 72.933.25.
Series 4, Subseries A: 2018.14.
Burgwyn, William H.S. Series 1: 72.937.3.
Series 3: 72.713, 72.714.
Burnside, Ambrose Series 1: 72.58.8, 72.58.9, 72.775, 72.937w, 89.11.9, 89.11.10.
Series 2: 72.704, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 5: 72.158.
Butler, Benjamin Series 1: 72.58.10, 72.823, 72.937v.
Series 2: 72.482, 91.4.39[?].
Series 4, Subseries A: 91.4.12.
Series 5: 72.158, 72.867
Chase, Salmon P. Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.17.1, 86.19.2.
Chattanooga See “Missionary Ridge.”
Chickamauga See “Missionary Ridge.”
Confederate Navy Series 1: 72.136z (Middy)
Crittenden, Thomas Leonidas Series 1: 89.11.13.
Series 2: Cumberland Album 34.
Davis, Jefferson Series 1: 72.937e (Pritchard).
Series 2: 86.19.1.
Series 5: 72.528, 72.529, 72.530, 89.6.
Davis, Jefferson C. Series 2: Sherman album 1, Cumberland Album 36.
2nd Division, 9th Corps Series 2: 91.4.10.
4th Division, 9th Corps Series 2: 91.4.8.
Douglas, Stephen A. Series 1: 72.335 (Lincoln), 80.38, 81.5, 2015.1.
Ellsworth, Elmer E. Series 1: 72.151, 72.450, 72.451, 72.452, 72.453, 72.454, 72.457 (Brownell), 72.988.3.3
Ewell, Richard S. Series 2: 72.812, 72.929.27
Farragut, David Series 1: 72.58.24, 72.58.25, 72.937s, 81.8.
Series 2: 72.130, 72.298, 72.359, 72.834, 72.929.9.
Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.2.
Series 4, Subseries C: 72.403; Subseries G: 72.838.
Series 5: 72.158, 72.867.
Gettysburg Series 1: 72.779 (Meade).
Series 2: 72.834.
Series 3, Subseries C: 72.728, 72.790, 72.791, 72.792, 72.793; Subseries D: 72.104, 72.713, 72.714, 72.715, 72.716, 72.718, 72.719, 72.720, 72.721, 72.722, 72.723, 72.802, 72.933.1, 72.933.20, 72.933b.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.105, 72.145, 72.164, 72.781, 72.801, 93.11, 2018.14.
Series 5: 90.28.
Grand Army of the Republic Series 1: 72.636 (Black), 72.260 (Hawes).
Series 2: 72.704.
Series 3, Subseries C; Subseries D: 72.933.19.
Series 4, Subseries C: 72.798.C.
Granger, Gordon Series 1: 72.929.5.
Series 2: Cumberland Album 33.
Grant, Julia Dent Series 1: 72.937q.
Series 2: 72.291, 72.292, 72.293, 72.294, 72.295, 72.296.
Grant, Ulysses S. Series 1: 72.58.34, 72.148, 72.248, 72.250, 72.301, 72.306, 72.776, 72.825, 72.915.18, 72.988.3.2, 72.1361, 80.4, 80.39, 86.6.1, 90.36, 91.4.5, 92.44.1.
Series 2: 72.120, 72.291, 72.292, 72.293, 72.294, 72.295, 72.296, 72.297, 72.359, 72.834, 72.929.9, 91.5.5, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 3, Subseries B: 72.308, 72.312, 94.6; Subseries D: 72.315.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.102, 72.471.
Series 5: 72.158, 72.159.
Halleck, Henry Series 1: 72.58.36, 72.58.37, 72.937p, 89.11.32.
Series 2: 86.17.1, Cumberland Album 34.
Hamlin, Hannibal Series 1: 72.342, 72.343.
Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.19.2.
Hancock, Winfield Scott Series 1: 72.58.38, 89.11.33.
Series 2: 72.359, 72.834.
Series 5: 72.158.
Hartranft, John F. Series 1: 89.11.34.
Series 2: 72.704.
Hazen, William Babcock Series 1: 72.58.35, 72.929.56.
Series 2: Sherman Album 1.
Heintzelman, Samuel P. Series 1: 81.1.
Series 2: 72.298.
Hill, Ambrose Powell Series 2: 72.812, 72.929.27
Hood, John B. Series 1: 80.37.
Series 2: 72.812.
Series 4, Subseries A: Sherman Album 44.
Hooker, Joseph Series 1: 72.58.41, 72.58.42, 72.777, 72.915.7, 72.915.8, 89.11.38.
Series 2: 72.359, 91.4.6, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 5: 72.158.
Howard, Oliver O. Series 1: 72.915.16, 89.11.39.
Series 2: 72.929.29, Sherman Album 1.
Series 5: 72.158.
Hurlbut, Stephen A. Series 1: 72.740.
Series 2: 72.704.
Illinois Cavalry Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.5
1st Illinois, Company B, Light Artillery Series 2: 72.463, 80.9, 80.10, 80.11, 80.12, 80.13, 80.14, 80.15, 80.16, 80.17, 80.18, 80.19, 80.20, 80.21, 80.22, 80.23, 80.24, 80.25, 80.26.
Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.16, 2008.9.F.
Series 4, Subseries C: 72,403, 72,404.
2nd Illinois Cavalry Series 1: 89.11.46 (Stickel).
4th Illinois Cavalry Series 1: 72.929.2 (Dickey)
5th Illinois Infantry Series 3, Subseries A: 2009.7.6.
11th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 72.986.album: Andrews, Atkins, Blake, Bostwick, Churchill, Coates, Davis, Dean, Dickey, Duncan, Hapeman, Hotchkiss, Hunt, Hurlbut, Ingersoll, Kenyon, Long, McCaleb, McKee, Nevins, Pieronnet, Pierson, Ransom, Rose, Shaw, Thomas, Tost, Town, Vernay, Vore, Waddell, Wallace, Widmer, Wilcox, unidentified.
12th Illinois Infantry Series 3: 72.933.6.
13th Illinois Cavalry Series 5: 72.831.
14th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 2009.9.1 (Backus).
17th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 80.6, 80.7
19th Illinois Infantry Series 4, Subseries A: 2009.7.5.
26th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 72.992 (Loomis).
39th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 72.993 (Mann). Series 2: 72.447, 72.463.
45th Illinois Infantry Series 3, Subseries D: 2008.9.F.
74th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 2008.5 (Stewart).
77th Illinois Infantry Series 1: 72.988.3.album: Allen, Arms, Ayres, Bowek, Brock, Burdett, Bushnell, Clark, Davison, Denby, Dewey, Donald, Ellsworth, Fisher, Grier, Heath, Hotchkiss, Huxtable, James, Jenkins, Johnson, Kenney, Kenyon, Kirby, Livingston, McCulloch, Nye, Parker, Parmenter, Parr, Parret, Reici, Roe, Rouse, Shields, Smith, Stevens, Stoner, Tracy, Webb, White, Wiley, Wilkin, Wright, 72.988.3.11, 72.988.3.50, 72.988.3.54, 72.988.3.58, 72.988.3.59, 72.988.3.60 (unidentified).
Series 2: 72.988.3.1.
Series 5: 72.113.
88th Illinois Infantry Series 3, Subseries C: 72.933.7; Subseries D: 72.938.1.
92nd Illinois Infantry Series 1: 72.971 (Wilkes)
19th Indiana Series 3, Subseries D: 72.720.
8th Iowa Infantry Series 1: 72.679b (Boyer)
25th Iowa Series 1: 72.390 (dog).
31st Iowa, Company B Series 2: 72.150.
Iron Brigade Series 1: 72.937cc (Burgwin).
Series 2: 72.729.
Series 3, Subseries C: 72.725, 72.726, 72.727, 72.728, 72.773, 72.790, 72.791, 72.792, 72.793.
Johnson, Andrew Series 1: 86.8.2, 2017.92.
Series 2: 72.929.9.
Johnston, Albert Sidney Series 2: 72.812, 72.929.27.
Series 5, Subseries A: 72.863.
17th Kentucky Series 2: 72.988.3.52.
Kilpatrick, Hugh Judson Series 1: 72.58.45, 72.783.2, 72.824, 72.915.11, 89.11.40.
Series 2: 72.929.29, Cumberland Album 36.
Lane, John R. Series 2: 72.712.
Series 3, Subseries D: 72.713, 72.714, 72.715, 72.716
Lee, Robert E. Series 1: 72.522, 72.523.
Series 2: 72.812, 78.21.
Libby Prison Series 1: 90.45 (Walker). Series 4, Subseries F: 72.501, 72.865, 91.4.28.
Lincoln, Abraham Series 1: 72.59, 72.101, 72.106, 72.108, 72.129, 72.165, 72.166, 72.167, 72.185, 72.220, 72.255, 72.256, 72.274, 72.316, 72.317, 72.318, 72.335, 72.341, 72.344, 72.345, 72.346, 72.774, 72.915.19, 72.929.33, 72.939b, 72.939.3, 72.939.4, 72.9395b, 89.7, 92.45.2, 93.6, 2007.51a, 2008.9.A, 2008.36, 2008.44.
Series 2: 72.142, 72.336, 72.340, 72.340.1, 72.347, 72.350, 72.350.1, 72.352, 72.353, 72.355, 72.358, 72.359, 72.814, 72.939.5a, 72.939.7, 72.939e, 72.988.3.1, 86.17.1, 86.19.2, 92.44.2, 93.9, 2008.16A&B, 2008.9.C, 2008.45.2.
Series 3, Subseries A: 72.319, 72.320, 72.323, 72.356, 72.368, 72.373, 72.374, 72.815, 72.816, 72.939g, 2017.83, Subseries B: 72.377, 72.378, 72.383, 72.939c, 86.17.2, 2008.41A, Subseries D: 72.103, 72.149, 72.156, 72.183, 72.192, 72.817, 72.818, 72.939.5d, 82.40.16, 82.40.17, 82.40.18, 82.40.19, 82.40.20, 82.40.21, 82.40.22, 82.40.23, 82.40.24, 82.40.25, 82.40.26, 90.3, 2008.9.B, 2008.9.E.
Series 5: 72.158, 72.322, 90.28, 93.7, 2007.5, 2008.9.D, 2008.41B, 2009.2.1, 2010.8, CPL-15, Subseries A: 72.845, 72.846.
Lincoln, Mary Todd Series 1: 72.337, 72.348, 72.349.
Series 2: 86.17.1, 2008.9.C.
Series 3, Subseries A: 72.319
Lincoln, Robert Todd Series 1: 78.33.1, 78.33.2 (Harlan).
Series 2: 86.17.1, 2008.9.C.
Series 3, Subseries A: 72.939.5c
Lincoln, Tad Series 1: 72.351.
Series 2: 72.350, 72.350.1, 72.352, 86.17.1, 2008.9.C, 2008.45.2.
Logan, John A. Series 1: 72.58.46, 72.269, 72.694, 72.783.5, 72.937n, 72.1047, 2017.88.
Series 2: 72.704, 72.834, Sherman Album 1.
Series 3, Subseries D: 2008.9.F.
Series 5: 72.158.
Lookout Mountain See “Missionary Ridge.”
Lytle, William Haynes Series 2: Cumberland Album 34.
Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.12, 72.933.13
Magruder, John Series 1: 72.929.22.
Series 2: 72.929.27.
Manassas See “Bull Run.”
6th Massachusetts Series 5, Subseries A: 72.847.
33rd Massachusetts Series 1: 72.915.2 (Philbrick), 72.915.5 (Mudge), 72.915.6 (Graves), 72.915.14 (Howland).
37th Massachusetts, Company B Series 3, Subseries C: 72.933a; Subseries D: 72.993b.
Series 5: 72.833.
125th Massachusetts Series 3, Subseries B: 72.312
McClellan, George B. Series 1: 72.58.48, 72.783.6, 72.937l, 72.937m, 89.11.41.
Series 2: 72.58.49.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.778.
Series 5: 2008.41B; Subseries A: 72.866.
McClellan, Mary Ellen Marcy Series 1: 81.7.
Series 2: 72.58.49.
McConnell, Charles H. Series 1: 72.4, 72.136u, 72.730, 72.795 (Stewart, James) 72.974.
Series 2: 72.136v, 72.136w [?], 72.729.
Series 3, Subseries A: 72.713, 72.714, 72.716, 72.719, 72.727. Series 4, Subseries A: 72.136j.
Series 5: 72.830.
McCook, Alexander McDowell Series 1: 72.58.50, 72.783.7.
Series 2: Cumberland Album 34.
McKinley, William Series 1: 72.154, 72.1061.
Series 3, Subseries B: 72.930.2.
McPherson, James Series 1: 72.58.52, 72.58.53, 72.783.8, 72.820, 72.937j, 72.937k.
Series 2: 72.929.29, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 4, Subseries A: Sherman album 35.
Series 5: 72.158.
Meade, George Series 1: 72.779, 72.783.12, 72.822, 72.822A, 72.915.20.
Series 2: 72.130, 72.359, 72.834, 91.4.7, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 5: 72.158.
1st Michigan Series 4, Subseries B: 72.836, 72.837.a, 72.837.b, 72.843.
3rd Michigan Series 2: 72.465.
4th Michigan Cavalry Series 1: 72.937e (Pritchard)
24th Michigan Infantry Series 1: 72.136b (Buhl), 72.136i (Dodsley), 72.136o (Hendricks), 72.136r (Kimmel), 72.136t (Ziegler), 72.136aa (Morrow), 72.136bb (Nardin), 72.136ll (Ziegler), CPL-43 (McConnell). [Other items beginning with 72.136 may be from the 24th Michigan, though not identified as such.]
Series 2: 72.729.
Series 3, Subseries C: 72.728; Subseries D: 72.109, 72.713, 72.714, 72.715, 72.716, 72.719, 72.721.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.136j; Subseries C: 72.798H.
Series 5: 72.830.
Missionary Ridge/ Chattanooga/Chickamauga/ Lookout Mountain Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.8, 72.933.9, 72.933.12, 72.933.13, 72.933.15.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.141a, 72.933.11, 72.1062, 2018.14, Sherman album 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
Subseries D: Sherman Album 8, Cumberland Album 2.
4th Missouri Cavalry Series 1: 72.136cc (Waring)
6th Missouri Infantry Series 1: 72.937x (Bragg)
Mitchel, Ormsby M. Series 1: 72.783.13.
Series 2: Cumberland Album 34.
Nashville Series 3, Subseries C: 92.50a, b, c.
Series 4, Subseries A: 2018.14; Subseries D: Sherman Album 2, 3.
Navy See “Confederate Navy” or “U.S. Navy.”
Negley, James Scott Series 2: Cumberland Album 12, Cumberland Album 13, Cumberland Album 33
14th Brooklyn, New York Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.1.
93rd New York Series 2: 91.4.39.
26th North Carolina Series 1: 72.937cc (Burgwin).
Series 2: 72.712.
Series 3, Subseries C: 72.728.
1st Ohio Light Artillery, Battery D Series 4, Subseries A: 72.1062.
6th Ohio Cavalry Series 1: 72.554 (Bale)
30th Ohio Series 3: 2008.9.F.
55th Ohio Series 1: 72.915.1 (Watson)
78th Ohio Series 3, Subseries D: 2008.9.F.
9th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company C Series 5: 72.835.
114th Pennsylvania Zouaves Series 2: 91.4.40
Polk, Leonidas Series 2: 72.812, 72.929.27.
Porter, David Dixon Series 1: 72.58.61, 72.58.64, 72.783.19, 72.929.3.
Series 2: 72.130, 72.929.9.
Rosecrans, William Series 1: 72.58.67, 72.783.23, 89.11.43.
Series 2: Cumberland Album 33.
Series 4, Subseries C: Cumberland Album 14
Rousseau, Lovell Series 1: 72.58.68, 72.58.69.
Series 2: 72.929.29, Cumberland Album 34.
Scott, Winfield Series 1: 72.58.71, 72.937d. Series 5: 72.158, 2008.41B
Secret Service Series 2: 91.4.24.
Seward, William H. Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.19.2.
Series 5: 2008.41B
Sheridan, Philip Series 1: 72.249, 72.780, 72.819, 72.915.10, 72.972.1, 89.11.44, 91.4.1.
Series 2: 72.120, 72.298, 72.359, 72.834, 72.929.9, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 5: 72.158
Sherman, William Tecumseh Series 1: 72.58.72, 72.136gg, 72.268-A, 72.783.24, 72.915.3, 89.11.45.
Series 2: 72.120, 72.359, 72.834, 72.929.9, 72.929.29, 91.5.5, Sherman Album 1, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.15.
Series 4, Subseries A: Sherman Album 12.
Series 5: 72.158.
Shiloh Series 3, Subseries A: 72.461; Subseries D: 72.933.5, 72.933.6, 72.933.10, 72.933.18, 72.933.21, 72.933.22, 72.933.23, 72.933.24, 72.933.26.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.464, 72.467, 72.469, 72.471, 72.974, 2018.14.
Slocum, Henry Warner Series 1: 72.58.77, 72.783.28, 72.915.17.
Series 2: 72.929.29, Sherman album 1, Cumberland Album 33.
Smith, Caleb Series 1: 72.58.78.
Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.19.2.
Stanton, Edwin Series 1: 72.58.80, 81.4.
Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.17.1, 86.19.2.
Stuart, J.E.B. Series 5, Subseries A: 72.866, 72.870.
Thomas, George Series 1: 72.58.84, 72.254, 72.783.32, 72.915.9, 72.915.12, 72.915.22.
Series 2: 72.359, 72.834, 72.929.9, 72.929.29, Cumberland Album 33.
Series 5: 72.158.
2nd U.S. Artillery Series 2: 91.4.37.
4th U.S. Artillery, Battery B Series 1: 72.794 (Stewart)
5th U.S. Cavalry Series 1: 72.915.13 (Almy)
18th U.S. Infantry Series 2: 72.391.
U.S. Navy Series 4, Subseries G: 72.838, 72.839, 72.840.
Vicksburg Series 3, Subseries D: 72.110, 72.939d, 2008.9F.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.782, 2018.14; Subseries C: 72.403, 72.404.
Series 5, Subseries A: 72.854, 72.855.
5th Virginia Infantry Series 4, Subseries C: 72.620.
Wallace, W.H.L. Series 1: 72.937a, 72.937dd, 72.986.1, 80.2.
Series 3, Subseries D: 72.933.21, 72.933.22.
Welles, Gideon Series 1: 81.3.
Series 2: 72.988.3.1, 86.17.1, 86.19.2.
2nd Wisconsin Series 3, Subseries D: 72.723.
6th Wisconsin Series 3, Subseries D: 72.722.
Series 4, Subseries A: 72.136j.
7th Wisconsin Series 3, Subseries D: 72.718.
8th Wisconsin Series 4, Subseries D: 72.937ee, 90.40.1, 90.40.2.
29th Wisconsin Series 1: 72.393 (Rutherford).
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