The strikingly handsome Captain is wearing a double breasted coat. Very nice Civil War period lithograph of General Mitchel. Image is very clean and crisp with excellent contrast. He is seated in a chair by a table wearing his trade mark dark civilian suit. The General is posed in front of a painted backdrop of a large walled in… Fellows wearing a dark commercial sack coat with a matching military vest and light trousers. He was appointed Midshipman on November 6, 1824, Passed Midshipman on June 4 1831, and Lieutenant December 9, 1837. The body consists of two pieces of heavy molded leather held together with copper rivets… Image is a vignette bust view of Barbour in a dark suit wearing his GAR membership badge on… Green of Portland, Me enlisted in the 17th Maine as a Sgt. The buttons and collar rank insignia have been highlighted in gold by the… Vignette bust view in left profile of Hooker wearing a dark double-breasted frock coat with brigadier general’s shoulder straps. This photograph of Abraham Lincoln was produced by King V. The coat has a horizontal breast pocket and two buttons at the cuffs. Image shows Sergeant Charles Lassen seated by a table covered with an embroidered cloth. Reverse has a period ink inscription that reads “FRED MORSE / CO. Half length seated view in civilian clothes of Capt William L Mallory. The items in this group belonged to John Doudican, also known as John Dow, who served as a Private in Company K, 14th New Jersey Infantry. Learn about Spencer and his lesser known predecessor, Fred Whitehead, and see many examples of their work.The grouping consists of Captain Richards' scrapbook of the Co. 32.50 inches in length with a 19.00 inch stopped fuller. CDV is a chest-up view of Samuel Paine of the 2nd Maine Artillery. Brass bugle has original mouthpiece and fully functions. He is wearing a dark colored double breasted frock coat with shoulder boards, dark colored trousers, white shirt and cravat. It is a first edition that was published in Philadelphia in 1852. CDV is a three-quarter standing view of Major General Israel Richardson. Outdoor view of Major General Marsena Patick, Provost Marshall of the Union Army with his staff. David Hunter (1802-1886) was a Union general who achieved fame by his unauthorized 1862 order emancipating slaves in three Southern states. Hitchcock, 21St Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry » Tiffany High Grade Presentation Sword To Major General Henry Slocum » Complete And Identified Birney’S Zouaves Uniform » Classic 1863-Dated Ames Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber And Scabbard » Pair Of Irish Dueling Pistols, Circa 1830’S » Confederate Maker-Marked, Original Leather Belt Holster For A Large Caliber Revolver » The shadow box frame with fancy gold gilt border measures 30” x 26”.Building on success, we are posting new lists at an increased rate. In doing so he noticed a number of inconsistencies and errors in their captions when compared to the original manuscript. The second iteration concentrates on stereoscopic views of the American West. Jeremy Rowe has kindly allowed us to publish many of his lists of photographers of Arizona and New Mexico. Paula Fleming and Judith Luskey found that the original listing had been subsequently “edited”, or more correctly “falsified” by Powell, Hillers, and perhaps a few other hands. Stereoviews were quite popular throughout the Victorian Age, particularly from the 1860s through the 1880s.Although still produced during the 1890s and perhaps early 1900s, other, more improved methods of photography became dominant.
Jeremy also contributed lists for several Arizona photographers and publishers including: T. Some of John’s and Jeremy’s work on Beaman overlap, but given the complexity of the situation, they complement each other.
Lastly we have added a facsimile of William Henry Jackson’s list of views made on the U. Geological Surveys of the Western Territories (the Hayden survey),1869-1875.