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.
Stereograph shows the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) with Mayor Joseph Howard of Portland, Maine in a carriage in the street as a crowd watches, on October 20, 1860 in Portland, Maine.
Bird's-eye view of the east Capitol grounds, including the Greenough statue of George Washington, and East Capitol Street taken from the dome of the U.S. Capitol.
Stereograph showing a group of African Americans casually posed on lawn with many trees in the background at Orleans Square in Savannah, Georgia.
Stereograph showing soldiers from the 12th regiment relaxing in the barracks, most out of uniform and some sitting on their bunks.
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.
Stereograph showing long wooden spikes, chevaux-de-frise, extending from the fortifications of Fort Sedgwick, Petersburg, Virginia.