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[Cairo(?). Three indigenous people in prayer]

William Mitchell to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 07, 1860 (Telegram reporting election results)

[Man posting sign by field with dog]

Damascus. Entrance from Beyrout Road

Francis P. Blair Jr. to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, December 13, 1860 (Bates will visit Lincoln)

Maj. Potter

Hon. William G. Donnan of Iowa

George Alfred Townsend

[Hebron] / P. Bergheim.


Alex Hayes

Rome. Baths of Caracalla

[Three bust portraits including news papermen]

Gen. Dan. Dustin, U.S.A.

Gilmer, C.S.A.

General C.C. Andrews

Gen. Joseph Dana Webster

James H. Carleton, 1st Cal. Inf.

GM Blodgett, USN

Col. Alfred M. Wood, 84th N.Y Inf.

E.A. Kimball

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

Gen. U.S. Grant

Capt. A. Weiss, 41st N.Y. Inf.

Revenue cutter

Greece, Athens (Ancient), Erechlion from S.W.

Abp's Palace, Algiers

Martenet's Map of Howard County, Maryland : drawn entirely from actual surveys /

J. A. Harris to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 26, 1860 (Sends clipping)

Gen. Selden Conner, 19th Maine

[A general and his staff reviewing troops in the field]


Hon. Burton Chauncey Cook of Ill.

Gen. Wm. H. Penrose, U.S.A.

[Map of Prince Edward County, Va.].

E.A. Carman, Col. 13th N.J.

Great mass meeting to endorse the call of the Legislature of South Carolina for a state convention to discuss the question of secession from the Union, held at Institute Hall, Charleston, S.C., on Monday, Nov. 12, 1860

Gen. C.C. Dodge

Roger W. Hanson, C.S.A.

A Nubian landscape


Prescott, Wm. H. (Historian)

[Portrait of Lt. Edwin J. Sweet, 40th New York Infantry, USA]

Hon. Hervey Chittenden Calkin of N.Y.

Capt. James D. Hawes, 133rd N.Y.

Hon. E.M. Braxton of Va.

Gen. Samuel S. Carroll, Col of 18th Ohio Inf

Commander W.D. Porter, U.S.N.

[Brig. General Thomas L. Clingman, half-length portrait, seated, facing left]

Wm. DeLacey, 37th NY

Gen. R.S. Granger

Vienna. The Votive Church

Lt. Col. W.C. Banta, 7th Ind. Inf.

[Map of parts of Caroline, Hanover, and Henrico counties, Va., west of the Mattaponi River and the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad].

Lt. Wm Gurney, 7th NYSM, Command of Charleston, S.C. after capture - 1865. Became Brig Gen.

Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh - G. Copway

The olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them? ... [n. p. 186-].

Hon. Wm. Brown Read[?] of Ky.

Hon. Ulysses Mercur of PA

Gen. Lorenzo Thomas

Mr. Dent

Granada. Interior de la Sala de Justicia (Alhambra) / J. Laurent. Madrid

Col. Samuel M. Bowman, 84th Pa Inf

[Indians standing on shore looking at small boat approaching from ship]

A. McCook

[Unidentified little people, two males and a female, full-length studio portrait, standing, facing front]

[Lansard F. Chapman, bust portrait, facing slightly left]

[West front of the United States Capitol, with the new cast-iron dome under construction. In the foregrd. is the Tiber Creek or Washington City Canal and the octagonal greenhouse for the Botanic Garden]

Mary E. Walker

John Wentworth to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram; Vice presidential nomination)

Capt. S. DeGolyer, 4th Mich Inf.

[Three-quarter face portrait of man with beard]

Gen. (?) Boswell

Scene on the upper Mississippi (Am Ober-Mississippi)

Gen. Daniel Tyler

C.A. Merriman N.Y.

Beyrout. From the quarantine


Charles C. Walcutt

Lt. Col. Holt


Gen. L. Richmond


[Portrait of Corp. Charles W. Chase, Company C, 7th Vermont Infantry]

[Samuel Franklin Emmons, geologist, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Rome. Palace of the Caesars

Prince Frederic Charles of Prussia

G.W. Vanderbilt

Hon. Jacob Hale Sypher of La.

How old are your twins?


Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Gen. B.F. Kelley, Col. 1st W.Va. USA

"The Constitution of the United States," (photocopy of the title page)

Goddard, Capt. R.H.

The "Lincoln column," first monolith raised, Nov. 1860, Presidential election, being S. column of connecting corridor

John L. Ketcham to Jesse K. Dubois, Saturday, December 22, 1860 (Neither Colfax nor Caleb Smith fit to serve in cabinet)

Granada. Ajimez en la Sala de Embajadores (Alhambra) / J. Laurent. Madrid.


General J.B. Fry