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[Abraham Lincoln, three-quarter length portrait, seated and holding his spectacles and pencil (retouched to stand out)]

Elizabeth Kortright Monroe

A few small temples still retain their lines of classic beauty. With the recollection of Greece's ancient glory one may spend pleasant hours in the Acropolis The prime minister, Colonel Gonatas of the Revolutionary Government tells Mr. Carpenter what fun it is to boss generals about when only a colonel

Martha Jefferson Randolph, daughter of Thomas Jefferson

Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, wife of President John Q. Adams

[Mrs. John Tyler, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Emily Tenessee Donalson, niece of President Jackson and White House hostess

Mary Abigail Fillmore, hostess for President Fillmore at White House

Sarah York Jackson, daughter-in-law and White House hostess for President Jackson

[Andrew Jackson, half length portrait, seated, facing left]

Letitia Tyler Semple, daughter of President John Tyler

[James Buchanan, bust portrait, facing right]

[George Washington, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Harriet Lane Johnston, White House hostess for President Buchanan

[San Francisco, 1851, from Rincon Hill]

[Abraham Lincoln while campaigning for the U.S. Senate, taken in Chicago, Illinois

Charlotte Cushman as Meg Merrilies in "Guy Mannering"

[Abraham Lincoln, immediately prior to Senate nomination, Chicago, Illinois]

[Abraham Lincoln while a traveling lawyer, taken in Danville, Illinois

[Abraham Lincoln: Immediately prior to Senate nomination, Chicago, Illinois]

[Abraham Lincoln, bust-length portrait, facing right]

[Abraham Lincoln, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Abraham Lincoln, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Abraham Lincoln: President-elect]

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, half-length portrait, looking left, May 20,1860]

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, before delivering his Cooper Union address, New York, N.Y., on Feb. 27, 1860]

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, three-quarter length portrait, before delivering his Cooper Union address in New York City] / Brady, N.Y.

Abigail Smith Adams wife of John Adams / photo of portrait by Gilbert Stuart.

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, half-length portrait, looking right, May 20,1860]

Port Royal, S.C. [i.e. Va.]

Confederate camp, Warrington Navy Yard, Pensacola, Florida, 1861

Sunday morning mass at Camp Cass, 1861. 9th Mass. Infantry, U.S.A.

Pontoon bridge across James River above Jones' Landing (view from south side)

(Sailors on deck of warship)

Civil War, Fort Pulaski

View of battlefield. Peach Tree Creek, Ga.


Bombardment of Ft. Sumter

[Portrait of Union officer holding a sword in his arm]

Group of soldiers

Gunboat "Perry" on the James River

Petersburg, Virginia (?)

Confederate dead on Matthews Hill, Bull Run (i.e. Antietam)

Fort Totten, Washington, D.C. Interior view

Railroad engine at City Point, Va.

Group of soldiers [i.e. officers]

[Bolling house originally named "Mitchell's" (later "Bull Hill"), possibly located in Hopewell, Va.]

Hospital ship, Nashville

View from Lookout Mountain, Tenn.

First Conn. Artillery, Ft. Richardson, Arlington Heights, Va.

Chancellorsville, Virginia

Engine "Fred Leach? (i.e.) The General

Petersburg, Virginia

Tennessee, Duck River bridge

City Point, Va., unloading stores for Army of Potomac

Fort Pillow ?, Tenn.

Camp kitchen

U.S. warship

Confederate camp

Fortifications. Fredericksburg, Va.?

Maj. Gen. I. B. Richardson

Generals Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, Hooker, Harney, Dodge, Gibbon, and Potter at Fort Sanders

Group of Federal soldiers

Colonels Orlando M. Poe & Orville E. Babcock at Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tenn.

(Meat for the army)

Camp of 40th Mass. Infantry Miner's Hill, Va.

Ruins of Gallego Mills, Richmond, Va.

Winter camp near Manassas, Virginia

The John Ross house, Rossville Gap, Ga. Hdq. of Gen. Gordon Granger, Battle of Chickmauga [i.e. Chickamauga]

Pontoon bridge

Twenty-six New York Inf. (i.e. Infantry), Ft. Lyon, Va.

Wauhatchie bridge

Ft. Sumter, the day after its first bombardment

[Abraham Lincoln, full-length portrait, seated]

Battlefield of Bull Run. Soldiers' graves

Ruins of Richmond, Virginia

Way Confederates destroyed railroads

Soldiers having fun

Shell damage, Charleston, S.C.

Gen. Jeff. C. Davis

General McClellan and Generals of Divisions

Pontoon bridge across the James River

[Group portrait showing Col. John Singleton Mosby and some members of his Confederate battalion]

[Abraham Lincoln, first profile portrait with a full beard]

Ruins of stone bridge, Bull Run, Va.

Aerial view of a camp in the distance

Sheridan, Gen. Phil & staff

Battery at Annapolis, Md.

Group of 21st Michigan Infantry

Wharves at City Point, Va., Lincoln's car in foreground

The church. Falls Church, Va.

Hancock, Gen. W.S. & group (Birney, Barlow, & Gibbons)

Generals, Barlow, Birney, Gibbon, & Hancock, USA

U.S.S. Mendota

Gettysburg, battlefield of, Scene of Pickett's charge, 974

[An aerial view of a house, tents, and other buildings partly obscured by trees]

U.S. Wauhatchie

Herold, David

(Drum Corps) 30th Pa. Infantry

U.S. Transport Chickamauga

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