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Maj. Theodore Winthrop, killed at Bulls Bluff

Maj. Theodore Winthrop, bust portrait, facing left.

Engine, J.H. Devereux, Alexandria

Photograph shows the ornately decorated locomotive J.H. Devereux, of the United States Military Railroad with two crew members on board outside the roundhouse at the Alexandria station.

Maj. Gen. G.A. Custer / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

Photograph shows portrait of George Armstrong Custer in uniform.

Charlestown Navy Yard

Broadside view ship docked at navy yard and two images of sailboats.

Susquehannah

Stern view of steamship with two waterwheels.

Outpost

Side and rear views of figure on horseback.

Cutting out a ship

Frigate surrounded by smaller boats in foreground.

U.S. Transport "Gove[r]nor"

Broadside view sidewheel steamship.

Dirijo [sic], wrecker

Broadside view of steamship, sailor rowing longboat in foreground; detail of rigging left of image.

Floating Hospital & Floating Battery

Two sketches, the one above a rough outline of fortifications, the second a sketch with three insets identifying the floating hospital.

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