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TAYLOR AND HUNTINGTON BRADY STEREOVIEW OF CUSTER

TAYLOR AND HUNTINGTON BRADY STEREOVIEW OF CUSTER

Taylor and Huntington orange-mount stereoview of Custer titled on the mount at lower right, " 1613. Gen. G.A. Custer. Photograph taken in 1864," along with printed information on the series at left… (490-5574). Learn More »

MATTHEW BRADY STEREOVIEW OF CUSTER IN HIS HEADQUARTERS IN THE FIELD

MATTHEW BRADY STEREOVIEW OF CUSTER IN HIS HEADQUARTERS IN THE FIELD

This view was sometimes identified as Custer as a lieutenant, likely from the fatigue dress, but is designated by Katz as #38, showing Custer as a general and dated by him as on or about July 11,… (490-5573). Learn More »

STEREOVIEW OF DEVIL’S DEN

STEREOVIEW OF DEVIL’S DEN

Image is mounted on a plain unmarked bright yellow card. Image is the large boulders forming Devil’s Den giving the viewer and idea of the hellish area the soldiers of both armies fought… (410-877). Learn More »

STEREOVIEW OF TABLE ROCK IN DEVIL’S DEN

STEREOVIEW OF TABLE ROCK IN DEVIL’S DEN

Nice stereo view by Tipton and captioned as “NO. 538 TABLE ROCK, LARGEST BOULDER AT DEVIL’S DEN.” View is on yellow card stock with “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” on one side… (410-876). Learn More »

INTERESTING STEREOVIEW OF THE MONUMENT TO BIRNEY’S ZOUAVES OF THE 23RD PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

INTERESTING STEREOVIEW OF THE MONUMENT TO BIRNEY’S ZOUAVES OF THE 23RD PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Image is mounted on a plain unmarked bright yellow card. The monument pictured is situated along Slocum Ave on Culp’s Hill. View is looking straight on toward the front of the monument which was… (410-879). Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

STEREOVIEW OF DEVIL’S DEN AT GETTYSBURG

STEREOVIEW OF DEVIL’S DEN AT GETTYSBURG

Image is mounted on a plain unmarked yellow card. The view is looking into a jumble of rocks in Devil’s Den where an unknown man is posed leaning against one of the rocks. Contrast and clarity are… (410-885). Learn More »

STEREOVIEW LOOKING INTO THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY FROM THE TOWER THAT ONCE STOOD ON EAST CEMETERY HILL

STEREOVIEW LOOKING INTO THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY FROM THE TOWER THAT ONCE STOOD ON EAST CEMETERY HILL

Image is mounted on a plain unmarked bright yellow card. The view is looking up the patch way that leads from the Baltimore Pike into the Soldier’s National Cemetery. Visible along the pathway are… (410-873). Learn More »

GROUP OF IMAGES RELATING TO THE MONUMENT COMMEMORATING THE CONFEDERATE DEAD IN RICHMOND’S HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY

GROUP OF IMAGES RELATING TO THE MONUMENT COMMEMORATING THE CONFEDERATE DEAD IN RICHMOND’S HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY

This small lot contains six pieces in all. First in the group is a wonderful 1880’s cabinet card photograph by Richmond photographer George S. Cook showing the 90 foot high stone pyramid monument… (2023-2761). Learn More »

STEREO CARD OF GENERAL MCPHERSON

STEREO CARD OF GENERAL MCPHERSON

Orange mount with images of General McPherson.  From “The War For the Union” series, #2612.  “Gen. J.B. McPherson, killed before Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864.”  Printed text on the reverse… (1054-608). Learn More »

$45.00
Originally $65.00

STEREO CARD OF SOLDIERS’ MONUMENT IN AMHERST, NEW HAMPSHIRE

STEREO CARD OF SOLDIERS’ MONUMENT IN AMHERST, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Yellow mount with images of the town of Amherst’s Civil War Soldiers’ monument. Images are light but clear. Unknown photographer. Pen & ink inscription on reverse lists all soldier’s names… (1054-626). Learn More »

$30.00
Originally $45.00

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEW OF “THE BLOODY ANGLE” AND 72ND PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEW OF “THE BLOODY ANGLE” AND 72ND PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

Gray colored mount with caption that reads “THE ‘BLOODY ANGLE’ WHERE PICKETT’S TERRIBLE CHARGE WAS REPULSED DECIDING THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.” Shot is of the monument to the 72nd… (2023-2029). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

1906 STEREO VIEW OF THE 9TH MICHIGAN BATTERY AT GETTYSBURG

1906 STEREO VIEW OF THE 9TH MICHIGAN BATTERY AT GETTYSBURG

View was done by H. E. Weaver of Washington, D.C. and shows the monument to the 9th Michigan Battery on Hancock Ave across from the Pennsylvania Memorial at Gettysburg. The view is taken from the left… (2023-2025). Learn More »

STEREO CARD OF DEVIL’S DEN

STEREO CARD OF DEVIL’S DEN

Yellow mount showing the large boulders of Devil’s Den. By Mumper & Company, Gettysburg Battlefield Photographers. Images show the large boulders of Devil’s Den. “ENTRANCE TO DEVIL’S… (635-405). Learn More »

$55.00
Originally $85.00

TIPTON STEREOCARD OF THE SUPERINTENDENT’S LODGE AT THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG

TIPTON STEREOCARD OF THE SUPERINTENDENT’S LODGE AT THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG

This stereo view by Tipton is of Superintendent’s Lodge located within the grounds of the Soldier’s National Cemetery at Gettysburg. The Lodge was home for the cemetery caretaker or… (635-519). Learn More »

UNUSUAL TIPTON STEREOCARD OF THE ROSTRUM IN THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG

UNUSUAL TIPTON STEREOCARD OF THE ROSTRUM IN THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG

This stereo view by Tipton is of the rostrum in the Soldiers National Cemetery at Gettysburg not long after it was completed. Card is captioned as “No. 519 – THE ROSTRUM. – SOLDIER’S NAT’L… (635-522). Learn More »

TIPTON STEREOCARD OF THE POSITION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES ON LITTLE ROUND TOP AT GETTYSBURG

TIPTON STEREOCARD OF THE POSITION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES ON LITTLE ROUND TOP AT GETTYSBURG

This stereo view by Tipton is captioned “NO. 553 – NATURAL FORTIFICATIONS ON LITTLE ROUND TOP, OCCUPIED BY PENN’A RESERVES.” Stereo card has yellow mount with “STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG… (635-521). Learn More »

STEREO VIEW OF THE ORNDORFF MILL NEAR ANTIETAM

STEREO VIEW OF THE ORNDORFF MILL NEAR ANTIETAM

View is of the Orndorff Mill near the Middle Bridge along Antietam Creek. Photo is by B. W. T. PHREANER of Hagerstown, Maryland. The image shows the creek in the foreground with the mill itself on the… (737-60). Learn More »

STEREO VIEW OF THE LANE LEADING TO MCCLELLAN’S HEADQUARTERS AT ANTIETAM

STEREO VIEW OF THE LANE LEADING TO MCCLELLAN’S HEADQUARTERS AT ANTIETAM

View is of the neatly fenced in lane leading to Major General George B. McClellan’s headquarters along Antietam Creek. Photo is by B. W. T. PHREANER of Hagerstown, Maryland. The image looks up the… (734-59). Learn More »

VIEW OF BURNSIDE’S BRIDGE AT ANTIETAM BY UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHER

VIEW OF BURNSIDE’S BRIDGE AT ANTIETAM BY UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHER

The view of the bridge is taken from the Union side of the creek looking toward the high ground on the opposite side. Image is mounted on heavy brown stock. Contrast and clarity is very good. Reverse… (734-51). Learn More »

STEREO VIEW OF DAM ON ANTIETAM CREEK BY UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHER

STEREO VIEW OF DAM ON ANTIETAM CREEK BY UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHER

Excellent clear view taken on Antietam Creek looking upstream over a dam toward one of the stone bridges crossing the creek. The dam is believed to have powered Newcomer’s Mill which was owned by… (734-61). Learn More »


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TWO PEN AND INK DRAWINGS BY ALFRED WAUD / HORATIO WAIT OF BLOCKADING SCENES OFF MOBILE 1863

Working as a special artist for Harpers Weekly from late 1861 through 1865, Alfred R. Waud (1828-1891) is one of the best-known Civil War artists. In postwar years he was connected with Century Magazine, which published numerous accounts of the Civil… (557-12). Learn More »

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