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Image of INKWELL

INKWELL -

Screw thread top inkwell with a squat cylindrical base.

Image of SASH

SASH -

Sash of green worsted wool without tassels. Green indicates a medical officer's sash. Associated with buttons (.109a-e).

Image of BUTTON

BUTTON -

Brass U. S. Regulation General Service button with backmark, "HORSTMANN BROS. & CO / PHILA."

Image of BUTTON

BUTTON -

Brass U. S. Regulation General Service button with backmark, "HORSTMANN BROS. & CO / PHILA."

Image of BUTTON

BUTTON -

Brass U. S. Regulation General Service button with backmark, "HORSTMANN BROS. & CO / PHILA."

Image of BUTTON

BUTTON -

Brass U. S. Regulation General Service button with backmark, "HORSTMANN BROS. & CO / PHILA."

Image of BUTTON

BUTTON -

Brass U. S. Regulation General Service button with backmark, "HORSTMANN BROS. & CO / PHILA."

Image of Ring, Finger

Ring, Finger -

Ring consisting of a squared signet form made of three rubber buttons, two three-cent pieces, and a shell. A pattern of ten small stars in a circle surrounding a central larger star (eleven stars total) is worked on each of the three squared faces. The stars are set in a shield form on top and two circles on either side with decoration etched around the edges. The ring is three gutta percha pieces connected with two metal rings between and four pins.

Image of FLAG

FLAG -

Pattern: Miniature First National; silk. Stars: Ten gold embroidered stars. Border: None. Attachment: Sleeve? On flagstaff. Unit Designation: None. Battle Honors: None.

Image of FLAG

FLAG -

Pattern: Postwar N/A flag; blue field; silk. Gold painted lettering, "Confederate Veteran Camp / NEW YORK." Stars: None. Border: Gold fringe on 3 sides. Attachment: Ties or eyelets. With flagstaff (a). Unit Designation: Gold painted lettering, "Confederate Veteran Camp / NEW YORK." Battle Honors: None.

Image of Ambrotype - Archibald Gracie, III

Ambrotype - Archibald Gracie, III

Sixth-plate ambrotype with accent tinting; bust portrait 3/4 facing viewer's left, looking straight ahead, hair parted on side, mustache and sideburns; in double-breasted uniform coat, collar with Confederate General's insignia tinted gold, 12 buttons visible, tinted gold, knot of necktie visible behind collar; oval metal mat; case is leather-covered wood with embossed medallion surrounded by foliate pattern; gilt scroll around exterior and interior case edges on both obverse and reverse sections; obverse case [cover] section lined in faded velvet, embossed with foliate scroll; note adhered to felt in door section, inscribed as follows: "Archibald Gracie/Brig. Gen. C.S.A./Taken during the war

Image of Carte-de-Visite - Mansfield Lovell

Carte-de-Visite - Mansfield Lovell

Cdv studio bust portrait of a man, turned slightly to viewer's right; hair combed back, moustache; wearing double-breasted uniform coat, buttoned, with rank insignia at collar (Confederate General); handwritteno n obverse, "Maj. Gen. Lovell;" handwritten on reverse, "Maj. Gen. Mansfield Lovell;" printed on reverse, "Published by E. & H. T. Anthony, 501 Broadway, New York, Manufacturers of the best Photographic Albums;"

Image of Carte-de-Visite - Mansfield Lovell

Carte-de-Visite - Mansfield Lovell

Cdv studio bust portrait of a man, 3/4 pose, shoulders facing viewer's right, head facing viewer's left; hair combed back, moustache; wearing double-breasted [U.S.?] uniform jacket with shoulder boards; uniform painted on [?]; handwritten on reverse, "Gen. Mansfield Lovell;" printed on reverse, "Photographic Artists, J. Curney & Son, 707 Broadway, N. Y."

Image of Carte-de-Visite - Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill and Frederick William Coggill

Carte-de-Visite - Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill and Frederick William Coggill

Carte-de-visite: Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill and Frederick William Coggill. ca. 1863. Woman standing to the left, facing 3/4 to the right, looking to the right, hair parted down center, Princess Eugenie style, small round lace collar with large bow underneath, one piece dress with dark trim and scalloping down the center, small matching belt with buckle around waist, coat sleeves with ballooned undersleeve, left arm hanging at side, right arm draped across shoulders of man seated to the right, man looking to left at camera, body angled slightly 3/4 to the right, hair parted on the side, receding hairline, beard, no mustache, standing collar, necktie tied horizontally, frock coat with large,

Image of Gelatin silver print - Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill and George Coggill IV and James Cogill and Unidentified Women

Gelatin silver print - Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill and George Coggill IV and James Cogill and Unidentified Women

Gelatin silver print: Elderly woman seated center in woven-back chair, dark hat with bows, dark coat and skirt, lace shirt with high collar, decorative pin at center, cradling baby in arms, baby wearing lace gown, litlle boy standing to right, looking at camera, shirt with sailor collar, young woman kneeling to left, looking at baby, wearing hair in top knot, light cotton bodice and skirt, young woman standing behind her, looking down at baby, wearing hair puffed back with bow in the back, light cotton bodice and skirt with dark bow at collar, woven rug laid out on grass in front of group, wood columned porch visible in background, bushes and gravel paths visible, taken in York, Maine, ca. 19

Image of Carte-de-visite - Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill with children, Ella Virginia Coggill and George Coggill III

Carte-de-visite - Julia Ann Mitchell Coggill with children, Ella Virginia Coggill and George Coggill III

Carte-de-visite: Woman seated center, looking past camera to right, hair parted down middle, worn smoothed behind ears and styled up in back, white linen round collar, center brooch with small bow underneath, large cloth buttons up front of bodice, bishop sleeves, left arm bent down front, left hand balancing feet of baby cradled in right arm, baby wearing long white gown trimmed with lace, little girl standing to left, leaning against woman, head resting on upper left arm of woman, looking to the right past camera, hair parted down center, styled in loose ringlets, oval neckline with capped sleeves trimmed with bows, large back bow visible to left, scalloped lace under skirt, stockings visib

Image of Ambrotype - Thomas Lewis Fremont

Ambrotype - Thomas Lewis Fremont

Sixth-plate ambrotype with applied color; man, seated facing 3/4 to viewer's right, from waist up, wide-brimmed, flat crowned hat; hair partially covering ears, cheeks tinted pink, beard, white shirt with turned down collar; small bow tie, either light-colored vest or frock coat with wide lapels, buttoned, also possible dark frock coat visible at right under overcoat collar which would be worn over the vest, large, loose overcoat with drop shoulders and large shawl lapel; oval mat; preserver stampedwith simple foliate; in embossed leather-covered wood case which is held together at the hinge with a type of cloth tape; written on the wood in inside obverse case [cover] section reads, "Thomas

Image of Stereograph - 10. Tomb of General Grant, New York City

Stereograph - 10. Tomb of General Grant, New York City

Stereoscope card: two colorized pictures of the front of General Grant's Tomb placed next to each other on a white rectangular cardboard backing with rounded corners. The images are square with arched top. The building, done in Neoclassical architecture has a square base with a Doric pillared recessed entry with wide steps leading to it. A Doric pillared rotunda with a conical roofed cupola sits atop the base. The picture shows part of the terraced processional walkway leading to the front. On back, in upper left corner is written in pencil "#35 Sod"

Image of Stereograph - Dedication of General Grant's Tomb, Riverside, New York, U.S.A.

Stereograph - Dedication of General Grant's Tomb, Riverside, New York, U.S.A.

Stereographic card: Two black and white pictures placed next to each other on a cream colored rectangular piece of cardboard with rounded corners. The pictures are square with arched top. Image is of Grant's Tomb in the center background and the a huge crowd of people, primarily men, in long coats and hats milling about. Some are seated and some are standing. On the left side of the cardboard is pre-printed with: "Keystone View Company / Manufacturers and Publishers"; with the right side reads: "Meadville, Pa. St. Louis, Mo / Copyright 1897, by B.L. Lingley". Immediately under the image on the right is: "4210-Dedication of Gen. Grant's Tomb, Riverside, New York, U.S.A". On the back is printe

Image of Ambrotype - Watson Meredith Gentry

Ambrotype - Watson Meredith Gentry

Quarter-plate ambrotype on ruby glass; man standing outdoors in front of tent, leaning to the left against tent pole, left hand wrapped around pole, left leg crossed in front of right at ankles, looking at camera, hair parted on side, beard and moustache; wearing uniform frock coat, open; turned-down shirt collar, wide horizontal necktie, possibly wearing light-colored vest, right elbow bent and holding hat, straight trousers; tent flaps are folded back, inside the tent to the left on the ground is a camp bed, to that right of that stand wooden shelves mounted on a box, lined with bottles containing solutions, and to the right of subject not visible; bare ground in front of tent and tree bran