Drawing shows several anxiously waiting men with rifles, looking to the right, possibly a duck hunting party, on a levee with marsh grasses along the shore, which partially obscures two men in a rowboat, possib... more
Photograph shows supply wagons passing General Patrick's headquarters in City Point, now known as Hopewell, Virginia. No. 29. Title from item. Caption continues: Hospital, with old school houses, barns &c.
Wood engraving after sketch by A.R. Waud. Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, v. 6, (1862 October 11), p. 648. Title and other information transcribed from caption card.
Photograph shows barns and other buildings used as barracks for Union soldiers on the Arlington House estate in 1864. No. 256. Title from item.
Print shows the interior of a barn crowded with horses and even more trying to get in, on the left, in the back, they are George M. Robeson, George F. Hoar, Rutherford B. Hayes, William Mahone, and Thomas C. Pl... more
summary: Photographer's annotation: "Grandpa Carr at left in picture with his dog. Rodney Carr, his grandson, Tom Smith, professional boxer, R.G. Carr and Stanley his son in buggy."
summary: Photographer's annotation: "Grandpa Carr at left in picture with his dog. Rodney Carr, his grandson, Tom Smith, professional boxer, R.G. Carr and Stanley his son in buggy." original size: 6x8
summary: Note: Abe Fleming lived 1/2 mile west of the old Algernon townsite. "Identified by A.W. Davis, Mason City, NE and Mr. M.C. Warrington, Mason City, NE, October 17, 1932." original size: 6x8
(DLC/PP-1939:0060). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Rain on the Roof," Woman's home companion.
summary: "Mr. Holliday is an old timer in Custer County, and served two terms as Sheriff." Solomon D. Butcher, PIONEER HISTORY OF CUSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. p. 22 original size: 6x8
Print shows a man walking down a dirt road past a stonewall and wood fence, and a barn or storage building with large tree next to it, and chickens in the roadway, toward the beach and sailboats on the bay. X14... more
Date based on Detroit, Thistle Publications (1912). Photograph of a painting signed "Walter Shirlaw, Munchen" at Albright Art Gallery. Detroit Publishing Co. no. M 634. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.
summary: Note: The cowboys to the right all appear to wear coats made of the same material. The cowboy to the far right appears to be Mexican. original size: 6x8