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Topic: photographs

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[Portrait of Pvt. Andrew F. Skidmore, Mount Vernon Guards, Company E, 17th Virginia Infantry, C.S.A.]

[Portrait of Pvt. Andrew F. Skidmore, Mount Vernon Guards, Company E, ...

Pvt. Skidmore was killed at Yorktown, Va. around May 1, 1862.

John C. Breckenridge / E. Saintin, N.Y., 1860 ; from phot. by Brady ; E. Saintin, del.

John C. Breckenridge / E. Saintin, N.Y., 1860 ; from phot. by Brady ; ...

Print showing John C. Breckenridge, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left.

Slave pen, Alexandria, VA. (Civil War time)

Slave pen, Alexandria, VA. (Civil War time)

Address: 1315 Duke Street, Alexandria, Virginia.

Backyard
The cabinet of the Confederate States at Montgomery / from photographs by Whitehurst, of Washington, and Hinton, of Montgomery, Alabama.

The cabinet of the Confederate States at Montgomery / from photographs...

Group portrait of the Confederate cabinet including President Jefferson Davis, Vice President Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Attorney General Judah P. Benjamin, Secretary of the Navy Stephen M. Mallory, Secretary... more

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Sam. A. Cooley, photographer Tenth Army Corps

Sam. A. Cooley, photographer Tenth Army Corps

Stereograph shows a group of men standing next to wagons labeled "Sam A. Cooley U.S. Photographer Department of the South", with a camera on the left, and two African American men employed as drivers.

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Alexandria, Virginia. Slave pen. (Price, Birch & Co. dealers in slaves)

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