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Maryland Confederate Monument at Winchester, Virginia CDV

A great image of the Maryland Confederate Monument located in the Stonewall Confederate Cemetary, Mt. Hebron Cemetary, Winchester, Virginia.  This is an extremely early photograph of the monument.  The image was photographed by J.B. Wortham, a prominent Virginia photographer. 

Unknown Confederate Soldier Monument at Winchester, VA CDV

A neat CDV of the Unknown Confederate Soldiers Monument at the Stonewall Confederate Cemetary, Mt. Hebron Cemetary in Winchester, Virginia.  The photographer was J.B. Wortham, a well know Virginia photographer.  The image was photographed just after the monument was erected in 1879. 

Brigadier General on Horse on Lookout Mountain CDV!!!

A truley unique and interesting photograph.  This wonderful Lookout Mountain image has a brigadier general with his staff seated on horses.  The photograph was taken by R.M. Linn.  A fantastic image.

Captured North Carolina Confederate Howitzer CDV


A nice CDV of a 12 pound smooth bore brass howitzer captured by the 17th New York Infantry at the battle of Hanover Court House.  The howitzers original owners was the Branch Artillery, 3rd North Carolina Light Artillery.  The image shows the howitzer and it's limber in the fore front and the 17th New York soldiers standing behind the howitzer.  The Colonel of the 17th New York is standing in the middle of the photograph, directly in front of the tent.  Written on the back of the image is "Brady's Albumen Gallery. No. 417.  12 lb. Howitzer, captured by 17th Regt. N.Y.V. - Col. H.S. Lansing, At the Battle of Hanover Courth House, from Captain Latham's Rebel Battery, weight 1458 lbs."  Written in pencil on the left side of the image is "Date of Capture May 27, 1862".  Captain Alexander C. Latham, from Craven County, North Carolina, enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant on July 1, 1861.  He was mustered into "B" Co. North Carolina 1st Light Artillery.  He was promoted and commisioned into "H' Co. North Carolina 3rd Light Artillery on January 20, 1862.  He resigned September 16, 1863. 

World War 1 Signal Corp Framed Photograph

A really nice photograph of a World War 1 signal corp soldier framed.  The soldier has his World War 1 uniform on with a large hat.  Crossed flags insignia are in his collar holes on his uniform.  The photograph is approximately 7 3/4 inches by 3 3/4 inches.  The frame measures approximately 10 3/16 inches by 5 1/2 inches.  Old wire is on the back of the photograph for hanging.

General Meade's Headquarters Gettysburg Photograph

A great photograph of General Meade's headquarters at the battle of Gettysburg.  This is the farmhouse Meade picked to set up his battle headquarters during the battle of Gettysburg.  A dog and two roosters grace the front of this photograph.  The monument to the 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry (Rush's Lancers) Company E & I is seen to the left of the headquarters.  Written onthe front of the image is "Meads Headq"s - Gettysburg PA.".  On the back of the image is the story of Jennie Wade.  Unfortunately a small chunk of the story has been pulled off the card.  The photograph is approximately 5 1/2 inches by 3 7/8 inches and the card is approximately 6 15/16 and 5 inches.

Denver, Colorado Cabinet Card by W. H. Jackson

A wonderful cabinet card of Denver, Colorado in the 1880's!  Downtown Denver can be seen in the photograph.  The Colorado State house is on the left hand side of the photograph.  The wall of mountains with snow is in the background.  "W.H. Jackson & Co. Photographers of Rocky Mountain Scenery - Denver, Colorado" is printed on the back of the card.  The photograph is approxiamtely 6 1/2 inches by 4 1/8 inches.  The card is approximately 7 inches by 4 1/2 inches.  W.H. Jackson is one of the most famous photographers of the West.  A wonderful opportunity to own one of his images at a reasonable price.

7th United States Regular battery at Gettysburg Photograph

A wonderful photograph of the canon marking the location of the 7th United States battery at Gettysburg.  Three canon are in the forground and you can see lots of monuments in the background.  Written on the back of the card is "7th U.S. regular battery" in period ink.  The image is approximately 4 3/4 inches by 3 5/8 inches.  The card the photograph is on is approximately 6 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches. 

General Richard A. Sneed Photograph

A nice photograph of Genral Richard A. Sneed and another veteran riding in a car at the 1932 United Confederate Veterans national reunion held in Richmond, VIrginia.  General Sneed is in the front seat of the car and you can see the other veteran behind him.  Written on the back of the photograph is "June 25, 1932.  Two Confederate Veterans as they rode in the parade.".
Sneed was in the 18th Mississippi and fought for the whole war with the Army of Northern Virginia. He was captured twice. After the war he went back to Mississippi and then on to Oklahoma( Indian Territory) in the 1880's. He was Secretary of State for Oklahoma and also the state treasurer. In 1929 he was elected Commander in Chief of the United Confederate Veterans.
The photograph is approxiamtely 4 5/8 inches by 2 5/8 inches.  There is a very faint Fox Photo - Washington, D.C. stamp on the back of the photo.

Union Infantry Bugler CDV by Matthew Brady


A nice Union infantry bugler CDV photographed by Matthew Brady.  The soldier is standing and is wearing his kepi and a frock coat.  His bugle is lovingly craddled in his arm.  "Brady, Washington." is on the bottom of the front card stock.  The back of the card is clear. 

3rd Rhode Island Cavalry Armed Bugler CDV

A wonderful hand tinted CDV of a bugler that served with the 3rd Rhode Island Cavalry.  The soldier is wearing his cavalry shell jacket.  He is holding his cavalry saber.  On the table next to the soldier is his bugle and his kepi.  On the top of the kepi you can see crossed sabers and "3 R I".  The backmark on this great image is "Scholfield Photographer - Westerly, R.I.". 

Union Bugler CDV


A nice Union bugler CDV in the carte de vista format.  The image does not have a backmark.  The bugler is standing and is holding the bugle in his hand.  A very nice bugler cdv. 

GAR Group Photograph - Ladder Badges and Officer Badges

A really nice Grand Army of the Republic group photograph.  Seven veterans are standing holding a United States flag with and eagle staff topper.  Four of the veterans are wearing many badges!  One veteran is wearing a shield ladder badge and another is wearing a ladder badge with four ladders.  There are many officers badges on the veterans and one is wearing a 1916 Kansas City National badge.  The overall dimentions of the gray card the photo is mounted on is approximately 8 inches by 10 inches.  The photograph is approximately 4 3/8 inches by 6 3/8 inches.  I do not see a photographers mark on the card.

General Joseph H. Lewis CDV

General Joseph A. Lewis was Colonel of the 6th Kentucky Infantry.  He led the 6th Kentucky at Shiloh, Murfreesboro, and Chickamauga.  Upon the death of Ben Hardin Helm, he succeeded to the command of the Orphan Brigade, and was promoted brigadier general from September 30, 1863.  After the capture of Atlanta the brigade was mounted and attached to Wheeler's cavalry corps, with which it served against Sherman in the March to the Sea and inthe Carolinas.  General Lewis finally surrendered as a part of Jefferson Davis' escort.

7th Kentucky Infantry - Lt. Martin V. Sutton CDV

A full standing, armed photograph of Lt. Martin V. Sutton, 7th Kentucky Infantry USA.  Sutton was commisioned into Company G of the 7th Kentucky Infantry in September 1861.  He was mustered out October 1864.  The image does not have a backmark but "Lieut. M.V. Sutton" is written in period ink on the back of the image.  The 7th Kentucky was in General Sherman's army when he attacked and retreated from Chickasaw Bluffs, Mississippi early in the Vicksburg campaign.  It also participated in all the battles of the Vicksburg campaign under General Grant.  Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Champion's Hill, Big Black River, the battles at Vicksburg, and the seige at Vicksburg  all were battles the 7th participated in.  The 7th Kentucky was moved to Louisiana and fought in the Red River Campaign in May 1864. 

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