Print shows a soldier standing guard at a French battery with snow-covered cannons and Zouaves carrying bundles of wood to a camp in the background.
Print shows sailors and cannons on deck of the H.M.S. Sidon, with a distant view of the forts and other buildings in Sevastopolʹ.
Print shows an artillery battery with Capn. Mansfield, Major Shadwell, Lieut. Col. Stirling, Major Gordon, and Sir Colin Campbell standing near the cannons, with the camp of the Highland Brigade, showing huts a... more
Tobacco label, illustrated with cannon with banner, cannonballs, and bag labeled "Capt. Bragg, a little more grape" on fort in foreground; tents in background.
Photo shows crowd gathered in New York City for the arrival of Japan's first diplomatic mission to the United States on June 16, 1860, with cannons in foreground preparing to fire a salute.
Photograph shows soldiers, probably Battery A Company, 1st Light Artillery (Illinois), standing next to a cannon, Camp Smith or Fort Prentiss, Cairo, Illinois.
Photograph shows reproduction of drawing by Larkin Goldsmith Mead of soldiers checking over a large cannon at Fort Monroe, Hampton, Virginia.
Glass transparency stereograph shows Union cannoneers preparing for an attack as infantry soldiers line up in the distance by the Chickahominy River, near Fair Oaks, Virginia, in June, 1862.
Stereograph showing Union soldiers from Company C, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery standing in a battery of Parrott guns at Fort Brady, Virginia.