The Death of "Stonewall" Jackson.
General Thomas Jonathan Jackson, born in Clarksburg, Harrison County, Va. Jany. 21st 1824. Wounded in...
Lieut. Genl. U. S. Grant.
General in Chief of the Armies of the United States.
Majr. Genl. George G. Meade.
Commander in Chief of the "Army of the Potomac," July 3d. 1863.
Lieut. Genl. Ulysses S. Grant.
General In-Chief of the Armies of the United States.;
Price Lewis, a Civil War veteran, in front of a house. He carries a cane or walking stick.
History, Civil War.
Copy print by Byron of a photograph from the Civil War of a warship in a harbor.
Copy print by Byron of a photograph from the Civil War of men posed on the deck of a ship.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Copy print by Byron of a photograph from the Civil War of what appears to be a military outpost with...
Our American Heritage
Photographs of American landmarks including the Statue of Liberty and the Lincoln Memorial, of paintings...
To the President of the United States.
U.S. Sanitary Commission
Gustavus Lindenmueller New-York
Robbery of the National Apple Orchard
Col. Ellsworth: "I say Jeff, drop those apples and come down." Jeff. Davis: "Are those the New York Fire...
Company "G", 7th regiment, New York City Draft Riots
[Unidentified trade card.]
Possibly Magnificent Engraving, 31-32 Carmine Street. | The result. "Othello's occupation's gone."
Possibly Magnificent Engraving, 31-32 Carmine Street. | Francis E. Brownell the avenger of Col. Ellsworth....
Possibly Magnificent Engraving, 31-32 Carmine Street. | The Innocent Cause of the War.
Twenty-Sixth Anniversary, Camp Fire Re-Union, Tenth Regiment New York Volunteers.
April 27, 1887
The Union League Club. Dinner Given by the Members of the Club of 1863 and 1864
To commemorate the departure for the seat of war of the Twentieth Regiment of United States Colored Troops,...
Letter from Frederick H. Man to A.P. Man [Albon Platt Man].
November 17, 1863. | Letter from Frederick H. Man to his father, while stationed at Brashear City, Louisiana,...
[Common Council of the City of New York certificate commemorating Col. William D. Kennedy of the Tammany Regiment "Jackson Guard".]
J. D. Williams, Sc.
Broadway and Vesey Street [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
Going to the Front - Regiments Passing the Astor House, New York. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook....
Prince Street and Mulberry Street [Park Row to Prince Street]
Departure of the 69th Regiment NYSM, Tuesday, April 23rd, 1861. The Irish Headquarters around St. Patrick's...
Wall Street [Wall Street to Waverly Place]
Enthusiasm in New York City on receipt of news of the fall of Richmond - speech of Hon. L. E. Chittenden,...
Canal Street [Broome Street through Central Park]
Embarkation of the Fire Zouves on Board the Baltic, April 29th, 1861, Foot of Spring and Canal Streets....
Cherry Street & Catharine Street [Central Park West to Coenties Slip]
Sacking Brooks's Clothing Store | Riots in New York July-Aug '63; northeast corner of Catherine and Cherry...
Col. Elmer E. Ellsworth.
1st Regt. New York Fire Zouaves. Assassinated at the Capture of Alexandria, May 24th, 1861. "He who noteth...
These leg irons were removed from Sandy Dorsey, a fugitive slave, at the insistence of Abby Hopper Gibbons,...
Engraved by J. C. Buttre from a Daguerreotype.
Admiral Fred. Rodgers
Rodgers was commandant of the Brooklyn Navy Yard from 1 April 1903 until 3 October 1904.
What the Senatorial Cabal Can Not "Blow Over."
[The Seventh Regiment assembled below Cooper Union, on their departure to the Civil War.]
Photograph of a page from a ledger from the Civil War with handwritten names, dates and ranks.
Photograph of two sheets of paper, from the Civil War, with rows and columns of numbers--one sheet dated...
[General Ambrose Everett Burnside and his staff.]
George Fearing, Lanard, Charles Hutton, Archie Pell, William Cutting, Lyman Van Buren, Philip Lydig,...
Major Gen. Franz Sigel on the Battle field of Pea Ridge Ar. 6th, 7th & 8th March 1862.
Photo by B. Kihlholz, St. Louis 16 Apr. 1862. Pub. and Drawn by E.Sigel 177[?] Williams St. N.Y. Entered...
S. F. Du Pont
Com. Samuel F Dupont, U.S.N.
[William Tecumseh Sherman.]
Engraved by C. Schlecht.
Geo. B. McClellan
Entered to act of congress A.D. 1865 by Virtue & Yorston in the clerks office of the district court of...
Brig. Gen. Nathaniel Lyon
Photo by W.L. Troxel. Published by J. C. Buttre, 48 Franklin St., New York.
Gen. P. T. G. Beauregard
Lieut. John T. Greble U.S.A.
Col. Thomas Francis Meagher
H.J. Bang, Restaurant
231 Broadway. Importer of fine Rhine wines.
Hussey's Special Message Post
50 William Street, New York. Time is money.
Broas Pie Baker
131 41st Street, New York. One country. United we stand.
2 Warren Street, New York. M. S. Brown.
CafÈ Restaurant du Commerce
426 Broadway. Charles Gentsch.
No. 13 & 14 Abattoir Place, West 39th Street, New York. Thomas White.
Drugs, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware & Notions
United we stand. Divided we fall.
116 Broadway, New York. L. Roloff.
Daniel Williams, Grocer
Corner Court & Warren Streets, Brooklyn. For public accomodation.
John Schuh's Saloon
88 First Avenue, New York.
Jones Wood Hotel N.Y.
I. Sommers. Horter.
Edwd. Schulze's Restaurant
24 William Street. 26 & 28 Exchange Place, New York.
50 William Street, New York. Time is money. Exigency.