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George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 28, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Hydrographic reconnaissance of James River, Virginia, from entrance to City Point /

The Peninsula, Virginia. Officers of General George B. McClellan's staff

Charles C. Gilbert to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 12, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Destruction of the privateer PETREL by the ST. LAWRENCE

Ohio Legislature, Thursday, February 13, 1862 (Printed Resolution)

Colton's new railroad & county map of the United States, the Canadas &c.

George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln and Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, March 09, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Hazel River, Virginia. View of river with bridge in the distance

Lloyd's official map of the state of Virginia from actual surveys by order of the executive, 1828 & 1859 /

Williamsburg to White House /

Plan for organizing a confederate regiment or brigade to be called the national confederate guards. [Corinth, Miss. May, 1862].

Kriegsschauplatz von Nord-America. Theil von Maryland, Distr. Columbia und Theil von Virginien /

A rough road - Iceland

Trinity Episcopal Church, 3rd & Ind. Ave. Unfinished Capitol in the background

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. Harper's Ferry gap

Anson G. Henry to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 11, 1862 (Telegram requesting leave of absence)

Yorktown, Virginia. Fortifications

[François Bazaine and his wife, full-length portrait, standing]

Major Genl. John A. Dix

Extracts received June 18th, by the flag officer. Navy department. June 17th, 1862. The steamer Despatch sailed from Dublin about the 29th of May, and the Anglia from Liverpool on the 28th of May. The steamer Scotia, after leaving Liverpool, ret

W. B. Dinsmore to Edwin M. Stanton, Saturday, March 15, 1862 (Telegram regarding Vanderbilt)

Rankin to Anson Stager, Wednesday, November 05, 1862 (Telegram reporting Illinois election results)

[Antietam, Md. Allan Pinkerton, President Lincoln, and Maj. Gen John A. McClernand]

The war on the Mississippi River - night expedition to island no. 10 ... / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. H. Lovie.

Rufus Saxton to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, June 01, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

John Ross to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 07, 1862 (Passports for his relatives)

Antietam, Maryland. Burnside bridge, looking up stream

[Metzmacher portrait of Lincoln.] President des Estats-Unis.

The home of the American citizen after the tax bill has passed

Colossi and Sphynx at Wady Saboua, Nubia / Frith 1857.

McCaine to Anson Stager, Saturday, August 30, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Governor's residence Reykjavik

Map of part of Henrico and Chesterfield Counties, July 12th, 1862 /

[Evander McNair, of Arkansas, Brigadier General, C.S.A., head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Thomas H. Campbell to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, October 29, 1862 (Cover letter)

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Second floor. Plan]

Confederate fortifications at Manassas, Va.

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River / sketched by an Officer of the "Mississippi".

Charles C. Fulton to Gustavus V. Fox, Tuesday, April 01, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Flag of Genl Cleburne's Division

Lloyd's official map of the State of Tennessee

[Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity)]. Fortifications

Samuel R. Curtis to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 30, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Henry W. Halleck to George B. McClellan, Sunday, February 16, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

[Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity)]. Servants at Prince de Joinville's quarters

White House to Harrisons Landing /

Henry A. Wise to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 12, 1862 (Sends copy of telegram regarding military affairs at Cairo)

Relics shown in a tent erected in Franklin School House hall, Washington street, near Dover, February 26th and 27th from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. for the benefit of the children's mission, represented by Rev. Henry Morgan ... Boston. J. H. & F. F. F

The bonnie blue flag

Morton McMichael and John W. Forney to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 08, 1862 (Telegram concerning affairs in Philadelphia)

Johnson's Brazil, Argentine Republic, Paraquay, and Uruguay /

Richard Yates to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 15, 1862 (Telegram thanking Lincoln for the news of a victory won by the army)

The Battle of Antietam, fought September 17, 1862

[James River, Va. Deck of iron-clad gunboat Galena, showing stack damaged by fire from Fort Darling, May 15, 1862]

The battle at Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9th 1862

Abraham Lincoln to Edwin M. Stanton, Friday, January 31, 1862 (Lane Expedition)

Edwin Forrest

Cumberland Landing, Virginia. Federal encampment on the Pamunkey

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Elevation. Sketch]

Antietam, Maryland. Burnside bridge across the Antietam

Pleasant Valley, Maryland. Group of Signal Corps detachment

Panoramic view of encampment of Army of Potomac at Cumberland Landing, on Pamunkey River, May 1862

Horatio G. Wright to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 13, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Medal and manuscript.

Elihu B. Washburne to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 16, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs at Cairo)

The Union prisoners at Richmond, Virginia

Franz Sigel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 30, 1862 (Requests private interview)

Abraham Lincoln to Cabinet, Tuesday, December 23, 1862 (Requests opinions regarding the admission of West Virginia)

[Banknote for $500 from the Boylston Bank, Boston, Massachusetts] / American Bank Note Co.

John E. Wool to Edwin M. Stanton, Friday, March 14, 1862 (Telegram acknowledging receipt of dispatches)

Fairfax Seminary, near Alexandria, Va.

Plan of Rebel redoubt and barracks [at] "Camp Misery" : surveyed April 11th 1862.

[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Lizzie Chenault, Catawba Station, Catawba Co., N.C.]

Chickahominy River, Virginia. Gen. Andrew A. Humphrey in the field

[Warrenton], Virginia. Street view

Lloyd's official map of the state of Virginia : from actual surveys by order of the Executive 1828 & 1859 /

Preliminary chart of Port Royal entrance, Beaufort, Broad and Chechessee Rivers, South Carolina

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 15, 1862 (Thomas J. Dryer)

Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 02, 1862 (Seeks interview)

Bacon's new army map of the seat of war in Virginia, showing the battle fields, fortifications, etc., on & near the Potomac River

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, August 14, 1862 (Cover letter)

John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 05, 1862 (Cover letter)

Fauquier Sulphr Springs, Virginia. Officers of the 60th New York Volunteers

Map of the seat of war around Richmond /

The attack on and surrender of Harper's Ferry

Yorktown to Williamsburg /

Headquarters Co. F, 11th Rhode Island Inf'y (i.e., Infantry), Miner's Hill, Va., 1862

[Grave of Corporal James Bryant of Co. E, 1st New York Light Artillery Battery, who was killed by lightning in Mechanicsville, Virginia]

L. C. Weir to Anson Stager, Tuesday, January 14, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Manassas Junction, looking towards Bull Run and Centreville, [...] / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Forbes.

Henry W. Halleck to Edwin M. Stanton, Wednesday, March 26, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

The rebel chivalry as the fancy of "My Maryland" painted them; as "My Maryland" found them.

Map shewing [sic] march of the [U.S.] Army from Harrison's Landing or Westover to Williamsburg, Virginia, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th August.

Peace - burial of Wilkie / Turner ; F.E. Jones.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon and Hospital / J. Queen del. & lith.

Co., 139th Pennsylvania Infantry

Surveys & reconnaissances in the vicinity of Budd's Ferry, Charles Co., Md. /

Charles C. Fulton to Gustavus V. Fox, Thursday, March 06, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Manassas, Virginia. Yellow hospital