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Headquarters Chief of Artillery Department of the Cumberland

Headquarters Chief of Artillery Department of the Cumberland

Photograph shows rows of carts and cannons in front of the buildings.

View at City Point headquarters, hospital, with old school houses, barns &c

View at City Point headquarters, hospital, with old school houses, bar...

Photograph shows supply wagons passing General Patrick's headquarters in City Point, now known as Hopewell, Virginia.

Hancock's headquarters 1861

Hancock's headquarters 1861

Photograph shows a caisson and cannon in the foreground with a military camp and house that served as the headquarters of a person named Hancock, probably General Winfield Scott Hancock, probably at Camp Griffi... more

General R.S. Foster's headquarters

General R.S. Foster's headquarters

Soldiers outside of log cabins.

Headquarters of Gen. Thomas

Headquarters of Gen. Thomas

Photograph shows a group of men posed on the front steps of the building.

Headquarters of Gen. Morell, Miners Hill, Va.

Headquarters of Gen. Morell, Miners Hill, Va.

Photograph shows General George W. Morell standing with a group in camp.

Col. Oglesby's Headquarters and barracks

Col. Oglesby's Headquarters and barracks

Photograph shows Union military barracks, Fort Prentiss, Cairo, Illinois.

Headquarters and barracks of Col. Morgan's Regt.

Headquarters and barracks of Col. Morgan's Regt.

Photograph shows Union soldiers engaged in a training exercise or inspection, Fort Prentiss, Cairo, Illinois.

Chancellorsville, Va. Headquarters of Gen. Hooker during the battle / F. Theo. Miller, photo. & proprietor.

Chancellorsville, Va. Headquarters of Gen. Hooker during the battle / ...

Photograph shows a reproduction of a painting of Chancellor House as it might have looked when occupied by Union General Joseph Hooker during the Battle of Chancellorsville.

General Rosencranz, [i.e. Rosecrans] commanding the Department of Western Virginia, surrounded by his staff, at their headquarters, Clarksburg, Va. / from a sketch by our special artist with General Rosencranz's [i.e. Rosecrans] command.

General Rosencranz, [i.e. Rosecrans] commanding the Department of West...

Joseph Derr, Jr., Private Secretary; Capt. N.P. Richmond, Adjutant; Capt. C. Leib, Quartermaster; Brigadier-General W.S. Rosencranz; and Capt. C. Kingsbury, Jr., Aide-de-Camp sitting around table with a map of ... more

Col. Paine's barracks, brigade hospital, Dr. [Sim's?] headquarters, roof of State quartermasters office, United States Quartermasters Department, ice houses, Mississippi River

Col. Paine's barracks, brigade hospital, Dr. [Sim's?] headquarters, ro...

Photograph shows a commercial street in Cairo, Illinois with Union military barracks in the distance.

Group at Headquarters Army of Potomac, Warrenton, Va., November 1862

Group at Headquarters Army of Potomac, Warrenton, Va., November 1862

Portrait shows from left: Major N.H. Davis, Gen. J. Buford, Col. D.B. Sackett, Col. G.D. Ruggles, Col. H.F. Clark.

Headquarters Fifth Army Corps, Harrison's Landing, James River, Va.

Headquarters Fifth Army Corps, Harrison's Landing, James River, Va.

Nine soldiers and an African American cook posed in front of tent.

[Group at Secret Service headquarters at Antietam, Maryland]

[Group at Secret Service headquarters at Antietam, Maryland]

Photograph shows fourteen men, including Allan and William Pinkerton, and several Union Army officers posed in front of a tent. Below each is a hand-written number which corresponds to a list on the back of th... more

Group at headquarters Army of Potomac, Oct. 4, 1862

Group at headquarters Army of Potomac, Oct. 4, 1862

Photograph shows at left, Maj. Allen Pinkerton and Friends at the Secret Service Department near Antietam, Maryland.

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