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James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection

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James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, circa 1848-1890 | RB Rare Books

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Title: James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, circa 1848-1890Add to your cart.

ID: RB/RB001

Primary Creator: Schiele, James E. and Joan Singer

Extent: 514.0 Items

Arrangement: The James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection has been arranged into seven series: Kurz & Allison, Antebellum, Civil War, Slavery and Abolition,Emancipation and Reconstruction, Postbellum, and Print Material.

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, consists of over 450 prints and other historical images that document the American abolition movement, Civil War, Reconstruction period and other important events of 19th century America. The prints include portraits, battle scenes, and political cartoons representing a variety of printing techniques from woodcut to chromolithograph. A highlight of the collection is a set of thirty-six Kurz & Allison prints, whose specialty was creating high-quality chromolithographs to commemorate important events in American history. The collection provides a visual overview of historical events during one of the nation's most tumultuous times, and provide a strong background for cultural and historical studies. The prints are arranged by James E. Schiele and divided into seven series: Series 01: Kurz & Allison Series 02: Antebellum Series 03: Civil War Series 04: Slavery and Abolition Series 05: Emancipation and Reconstruction Series 06: Postbellum Series 07: Print Material

Collection Historical Note

A native St. Louisan and active community volunteer, James Schiele, AB '52, MLA '85, acquired over several decades the historic images that constitute the Schiele Collection. He and his wife, Joan Singer Schiele, donated the collection to University Libraries and established an endowment to help support conservation and expansion of the collection. Fueled by his enthusiasm, Schiele has committed countless years to serving Washington University through membership on the Alumni Board of Governors, the Eliot Society Membership Committee, the W Club Executive Committee, his Class Reunion Committee, the International Advisory Council for Asia, the Scholars in Arts & Sciences, and as a member of the Murray Wiedenbaum Center on the Economy, Government, and PublicPolicy.

Administrative Information

Repository: RB Rare Books

Access Restrictions: Open

Use Restrictions:

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Other URL: http://digital.wustl.edu/schiele/


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[Series 1: Kurz & Allison],
[Series 2: Antebellum],
[Series 3: Civil War],
[Series 4: Slavery and Abolition],
[Series 5: Emancipation & Reconstruction],
[Series 6: Postbellum & Westward Expansion],
[Series 7: Print Material],
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Series 3: Civil WarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: General Mead at Gettysburg. , c1920.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Painting. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
Philip Igle
Item 2: The Runaway Limber: A Recollection of Gettysburg. Add to your cart.
1 piece. Photogravure. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 17 x 13-5/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
D. Appleton & Co.,NY.
W.H. Shelton, artist
Item 3: Martial Law, c1872.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location:Mendle-wall.
Dimensions: 33 x 41 inches, framed.
Creators:
George C. Bingham, artist
John Sartain, engr.
Item 4: Lee at ChancellorsvilleAdd to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 18-3/4 x 18-3/4 inches,matted.
Item 5: Major Gen. George B. McClellan on the Battle Field of Antietam, c1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 29-1/8 x 35-3/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
Christian Schussele, artist
A.G. Walter, engr.
Item 6: General Stonewall JacksonAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving.  Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 14-3/8 x 17-5/8 inches,matted.
Note: Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.
Creators:
Marshall, W.E.
Item 7: Robert E. LeeAdd to your cart.
1 piece. Portrait. Location: Mendle-wall.
Item 8: Gen. Cockrell, C.S.A.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Photograph. Signature. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 7-1/2x 10 inches, matted.
Note: Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.
Item 9: Carl SchurzAdd to your cart.
1 piece. Photograph. Signature. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 7-3/8x 11-7/8 inches, matted.
Note: Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.
Item 10: W.T. Sherman, Major GeneralAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Signature. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 10-5/8 x 14 inches,matted.
Creators:
H.W. Smith
Item 11: Abraham Lincoln, c1919.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Signature. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
Timothy Cole
Item 12: U.S. GrantAdd to your cart.
1 piece. Portrait. Signature. Location: Mendle-wall.
Item 13: Jefferson Davis, July 15, 1854.Add to your cart.
2 pieces. Letter. Signature. Engraving. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
War Department, Washington.
Jefferson Davis
Item 14: Departure of the 7th Regiment (Broadway, N.Y.)Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 24-1/8 x 18-1/4 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Sarony, Major & Knapp.
Item 15: Parade of the Grand Army of the Republic, September 20, 1892.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 26 x 19-1/2 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Keystone Publishing Co.,Philadelphia, publ.
Item 16: Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet with General Lee, c1866.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
Thomas, Kelly, publ.
Spohny, printer
Item 17: 'The regiment went swinging off into the darkness'Add to your cart.
1 of 3 pieces. Sketch. One of three charcoal and ink sketches created for a special edition of the book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
John Steuart Curry, artist
Item 18: 'The guns followed the teams with an air of unwillingness'Add to your cart.
1 of 3 pieces. Sketch. One of three charcoal and ink sketches created for a special edition of the book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
John Steuart Curry, artist
Item 19: 'The men cuddled behind the small embankment'Add to your cart.
1 of 3 pieces. Sketch. One of three charcoal and ink sketches created for a special edition of the book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. Location: Mendle-wall.
Creators:
John Steuart Curry, artist
Item 20: On the March to the Sea, c1868.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Signature. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 46-7/8 x 32-3/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
F.O.C. Darley, artist
A.H. Ritchie, engr.
Item 21: The Army of the Potomac, c1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 24-7/8 x 19-3/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Jno. B. Bachelder, artist
J.H. Bufford, Boston, lithogr.
Item 22: Grand Review in Washington, September 24th, 1861, 1861Add to your cart.
1 print. Wood block. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 24-7/8 x19-3/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 23: The Rebel Army Crossing the Potomac, September 27th, 1862Add to your cart.
1 print. Wood Block. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 15-3/4 x10-5/8 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 24: The First Gun at Fort SumterAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location south-7.
Dimensions: 11-5/8 x 10 inches, matted.
Creators:
J.E. Kelly, artist
A.H. Ritchie, engr.
Item 25: General Lyons at Wilson's Creek, c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 10-3/4 x 9-1/2 inches,matted.
Creators:
F.O.C. Darley, artist
Henry Bryan Hall. engr.
Item 26: Grand Review of the Armies of the United States, at Washington, D.C., May 23,1865Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 20-3/4 x 16-5/8 inches,matted.
Item 27: General U.S. Grant, c1868.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 26 x 32-1/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Marshall, W.E.
Item 28: George B. McClellan, Major-General, est. 1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Wood cut. Location:south-5.
Dimensions: 21-7/8 x33-5/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
The New York Illustrated News.
Item 29: Winfield Scott, Lieutenant General of the U.S.A.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 10-3/8 x 13-1/2 inches,matted.
Creators:
J.C. Buttre, engr.
Item 30: Major-General Joseph Hooker, Commander in Chief of the "Army of the Potomac"Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 13 x 17-3/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives
Item 31: G. A. CusterAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: North-7.
Dimensions: 12-1/4 x 13-3/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
Matthew Brady, photogr.
J. Rogers S.C., engr.
Item 32: General Sigel, U.S.A., c1872.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-5
Dimensions: 8-1/8 x 10 inches,matted.
Item 33: Brigadier-General Nathaniel Lyon, c1861.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location:south-5.
Dimensions: 13-3/4 x 19-1/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
J.H. Bufford, lithogr. and publ.
W.L. Troxel, photogr.
Item 34: Stanton, Secretary of WarAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: north-2.
Dimensions: 11-3/4 x 15 inches,matted.
Creators:
A.H. Ritchie, engr.
Item 35: A Bivouac Fire on the PotomacAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: S-8.
Dimensions: 25-5/8 x 19-1/2inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 36: Map of the United States, May 12, 1858.Add to your cart.

1 print. Map. Location: mendle-wall.

Printed and hand-colored in England.

Creators:
L. Fletcher, printer.
Item 37: Gettysburg: Repulse of Longstreet's Assault, c1876.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 47-1/4 x 27-3/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
James Walker, artist.
Jno. B. Bachelder, historical arranger
Henry Bryan Hall, Jr., engr.
James Drummond Hall, Boston, publ.
Item 38: GettysburgAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 11-5/8 x9-1/8 inches, matted.
Note: Color modern print.
Creators:
James Walker, artist.
Item 39: The Battle of Gettysburg, PA. July 3rd, 1863, c1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 19-3/8 x 16 inches,matted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives.
Item 40: Assassination of President Lincoln, April 15, 1865.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Clipping. Location: north-10.
Dimensions: 39-3/4 x 24-3/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
The New York Herald.
Item 41: A Negro Regiment in Action, March 14, 1865.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 25-1/2 x 19-3/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 42: Battery Going Into Position, November 19, 1864.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 15-3/4 x 10-5/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
D.R. Bown, artist.
Item 43: The True Defenders of the Constitution, November 11, 1865.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: north-4.
Dimensions: 16x 11 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
James Walker, artist.
Item 44: Surrender of General LeeAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 12-7/8 x 11-3/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
Chappel, artist
Item 45: Battle of Wilson's Creek; Death of General LyonsAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6
Dimensions: 12-1/4 x 11-1/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
Chappel, artist
Item 46: Attack on Fort WagnerAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 12-5/8 x 11-1/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 47: Bombardment of Fort SumterAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 23-1/2 x 17-1/8 inches,unmatted.
Item 48: Major-General George G. Meade at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, c1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 10 x 14 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives
Item 49: A Part of the Battle of Shiloh, Fought on the Morning of April 6th,1862Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 20-1/4 x 17-1/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
William F. Mann, artist.
Max Rosenthal, lithogr.
Item 50: The Battle of Pittsburg, Tenn., April 7th, 1862, c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 11-3/4 x 9-3/8 inches, matted.
Creators:
Currier &Ives.
Item 51: Bombardment of Fredericksburg, VA, c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Note: Gift of Nancy Galofre to Jim Schiele.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 52: A Group of Union Prisoners, June 13, 1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-9
Dimensions: 15-5/8 x10-5/8 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 53: The Outbreak of the Rebellion in the United States, 1861, c1865.Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 30 x 23-1/2 inches,matted.
Creators:
Kimmel & Forster,NY, publ.
Item 54: Massachusetts Militia Passing Through Baltimore, c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 12x 10-3/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Virtue &Co. Publishers.
F.O.C. Darley, artist
F.F. Walker, engr.
Item 55: Battle of Shiloh,Tenn., c1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 14x 11-1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
Virtue, Yorston &Co. Publishers.
F.O.C. Darley, artist
W. Ridgeway, engr.
Item 56: Christmas Eve, 1862., c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 25-3/8 x 19 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 57: GettysburgAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 12-1/4 x 10-1/4 inches,matted.
Creators:
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
J.C. McRae, engr.
Item 58: The Life of a Spy -- In Nine Tableaux, Oct 24, 1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 15-3/4 x 10-3/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 59: The Great Civil WarAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 11-1/2 x 14 inches,matted.
Creators:
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 60: General Sherman's Grand March Through Central GeorgiaAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 21-3/4 x 15-5/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 61: United We Stand: Thanksgiving, November 24, 1864.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 22-3/8 x 15-7/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 62: The War for the Union, 1862-- A Bayonet ChargeAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 26 x 19 1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 63: Collection of four prints, including: Entrance of the Army of the Potomac into RichmondAdd to your cart.
4 prints. Engraving. Lithograph. south-10.
Dimensions: 6-3/8 x 9-7/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
P.S. Duval &Son, Philadelphia, publ.
Item 64: Collection of six prints, including: Bombardment of Fort SumterAdd to your cart.
6 prints. Engraving. Lithograph. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 6-3/8 x 9-7/8 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
John Sartain, engr.
Item 65: Collection of five prints, including: The Attack on FredericksburgAdd to your cart.
5 prints. Engraving. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 6-3/8 x 10 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Christian Schussele, artist
John Sartain, engr.
Item 66: General BurnsideAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 11-3/4 x 16-3/4 inches, unmatted.
Item 67: Majr. Genl. George B. McClellan. The peoples choice for seventeenth President Of the United States., est. 1864Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 10 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives.
Item 68: On the Southern Plains in 1860 a.k.a. The Cavalry Charge., 1909Add to your cart.
1 print. With copy. Location: north-1.
Dimensions: 19-7/8 x13-1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
P.F. Collier & Son.
Remington, Frederic (1861-1909)
Item 69: Capture of Fort Donelson, Tenn., est. 1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 14 x 11inches, matted.
Creators:
F.O.C. Darley, artist
Item 70: Battle of the Wilderness: Attack at Spottsylvania Court House, 1867.Add to your cart.

1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.

2 copies. One in color.

Dimensions: 14 x 11inches, matted.
Note: 2 copies. One in color.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Chappel, A.
Item 71: Battle of Ball's Bluff, VAAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 14 x 11inches, matted.
Creators:
F.O.C. Darley, artist
J. Godfrey, engr.
Item 72: The Last Stand of the Confederacy on Virginia Soil, November 16, 1889Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 20-1/2 x 15-3/4 inches,unmatted.
Creators:
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Gilbert Gaul
Item 73: Jefferson Davis' Last QuadrilleAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 10 x 8-3/4inches, matted.
Creators:
Tomlinson, Boston, publisher
Item 74: Night Drill on the LeveeAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 11-1/4 x16-1/8 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 75: Photograph of Sherman's TombAdd to your cart.
1 piece. Photograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 13-1/8 x 17-5/8 inches,matted.
Item 76: Grant and the General's Army of the PotomacAdd to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 25-7/8 x 20inches, matted.
Item 77: The War in America: Assault on Ft. Wagner, September 26, 1863.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Clipping. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 13x 18 inches, matted.
Creators:
The Illustrated London News.
Item 78: Illustrations of the war in America by our special artist., December 5, 1863.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Clipping. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 11-1/8 x 15-5/8 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
The Illustrated London News.
Item 79: The Union is DissolvedAdd to your cart.
1 facsimile. Facsimile of the Charleston Mercury.Location: north-1.
Dimensions: 8-5/8 x11-1/4 inches, unmatted.
Note: Facsimile of the Charleston Mercury.
Creators:
The Charleston Mercury.
Item 80: Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside, Gov. of Rhode IslandAdd to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 14-3/4 x 18-3/8 inches matted.
Creators:
E.B. & E.C.Kellogg, lithogr.
A.H. White, Providence, publ.
Item 81: The Battle of the Wilderness, c1864.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Lyricsheet. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 10-3/8 x 15-1/8 inches,matted.
Creators:
Chas. Magnus, NY, publ.
James D. Gay, lyricist.
Item 82: Triumphal Entry of the Union Army Under General Grant Into Vicksburg, after its surrender by General Pemberton, July 4th, 1863, c1863.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Clipping. Engraving. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 16x 11-1/8 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Item 83: Funeral Procession of President Lincoln as it Started from the Depot in Philadelphia, April 22d, 1865, July 4,1865.Add to your cart.
1 piece. Clipping. Location: north-10.
Dimensions: 9 x 13-1/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
J.H. Johnson's Card and Job Printing Office, Philadelphia.
Item 84: President Lincoln's Funeral Procession in Washington CityAdd to your cart.
1 piece. Location: north-10.
Item 85: Abraham Lincoln: Sixteenth President of the United States of AmericaAdd to your cart.
1 print. Mendle-wall.
Creators:
E.B. & E.C. Kellogg.
Phelps & Watson.
F.P. Whiting
Item 86: The Battle at Pittsburg Landing, c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Creators:
Hurlbut, Williams & Co.
Wm. Momberger
Henry Bryan Hall
Item 87: Andrew Johnson, c1866.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 11-1/2 x 14 inches,matted.
Creators:
Virtue & Yorston.
Matthew Brady, photogr.
Item 88: General U.S. Grant, General in chief of the Armies of the United StatesAdd to your cart.
1 print. Lithograph. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 17 x 20-1/4inches, matted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives.
Item 89: Glorious Charge of Hancock's Division (2nd) of the Army of the Potomac at the battle near Spottsylvania Court House, Va., May 12,1864Add to your cart.
1 print. Lithographs. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 18 x 14-5/8inches, matted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives.
Item 90: Thanksgiving In CampAdd to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location:south-9.
Dimensions: 19-3/8 x15-1/8 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 91: Sketch of the Battles of Chancelorsville, Salem Church and FredericksburgAdd to your cart.
1 map. Location: south-10.
Item 92: Battle of Mill Spring: flight of the Confederate Army, est. 1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 24-1/8 x 19inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Item 93: Retreat of the Confederate Garrison from Fort Walker to Bluffton, November 7, 1861.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 24-1/8 x 19inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Item 94: Christmas Boxes in Camp --Christmas, 1861, c1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 14-1/2 x19-3/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 95: J.E. Johnston, c1870.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving.
Dimensions: 12 x 15 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry &Co.
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 96: After the Battle - The Rebels in Possession of the FieldAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-7.
Dimensions: 26 x 19-3/4inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 97: The Supply Train, c1876.Add to your cart.
1 print. Etching. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 22-3/8 x17-1/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 98: Battle of Bull Run, Va., Fought, July 21st, 1861, between the Federal Army commanded by General McDowell, and the Confederate Army, commanded by Generals Beauregard and JohnstonAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 25 x 19-3/4 inches, matted.
Item 99: Terrific Charge of the Federal Troops (Sumner's Division) upon the Confederate Fortifications located on the Terrace behind Fredericksburg, Va., December 13th,1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 25 x 19-3/4inches, matted.
Creators:
H. Lovie
Item 100: The Seceding Mississippi Delegation in Congress, Febuary 2, 1861.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 15-1/4 x20-1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Matthew Brady, photogr.
Homer, Winslow
Item 101: The Negro in the War -Various Employments of the Colored Men in the Federal ArmyAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: north-4.
Dimensions: 22-1/4 -16-3/4 inches.
Note: The Soldier in our Civil War
Creators:
C.E.F. Hillen
Item 102: Consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pa., November 18th 1863, by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and His CabinetAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location:south-9.
Dimensions: 22-1/4 x16-3/4 inches.
Note: The Soldier in our Civil War
Creators:
Joseph Becker
Item 103: Going into action., c1876Add to your cart.
1 print. Etching. Location:south-8.
Dimensions: 25 x 20 inches, matted.
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 104: Major General Franz Sigel.Add to your cart.
1 print. Engraving. Location: south-6.
Creators:
Abbott's Civil War.
Geo. E. Perine
Item 105: The Escaped Slave in the Union Army., July 2, 1864Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: north-3.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Item 106: The Battle of Bull Run, 2 pm. July 21, 1861.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location:south-6.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Item 107: The Battle of Chicamauga-Thomas's Men Repulsing the Charges of the Rebels.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location:south-8.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 108: Army of the Potomac-the Struggle for the Salient, near Spottsylvania, Virginia. May 12, 1864.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-7.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
A.R. Waud
Item 109: The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, at the Capitol, Washington, March 4, 1861.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-9.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Item 110: The War for the Union-Surprise of Rebel Guerrillas by a Squadron of United States Cavalry.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-7.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Item 111: Abraham Lincoln., c1894Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-5.
Dimensions: 21 x 25 inches, matted.
Creators:
Taber Art Co.
Cobb, Cyrus
Item 112: Battle of Rich Mountain., c1875Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Creators:
Johnson, Wilson, & Co.
Alonzo Chappel
Item 113: Attack on the Massachusetts 6th at Baltimore., c1862Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Creators:
Hurlburt, Williams, & Co.
William Momberger
O. Pelton
Item 114: Geo. B. McClellan: Likeness from a recent photograph from life., c1868Add to your cart.
1 print. Matted with McClellan signature dated March 14, 1870. Location: south-5.
Note: Matted with McClellan signature dated March 14, 1870
Creators:
Johnson, Fry, & Co.
Alonzo Chappel
Item 115: Battle of Pittsburg Landing.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Brady, ambrotype
D.C. Buell
Item 116: Naval Conflict in Hampton Roads-Action Between the Monitor & Merrimac., c1868Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Chappel, artist
Item 117: Battle of Lookout Mountain, c1867Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Physical Description: Print.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Nast, Thomas ((1840-1902))
Item 118: Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley (October, 1864)-The rout of General Rosser, and struggle for the last Confederate gun at Mount Jackson., August 18, 1888Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Item 119: Fortifications thrown up to protect the United States Arsenal at St. Louis, Missouri., May 11, 1861.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: North-4.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 120: The Union Cavalry and Artillery starting in pursuit of the rebels up in the Yorktown Turnpike., May 17, 1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Two copies. (see 137). Location: south-7.
Note: Two copies. See 137.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 121: The Pontoon Bridges., c1876.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 122: Capture of Stuart’s Confederate guns, near Culpepper, by General Custer’s Cavalry Brigade, September 14th, 1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 123: Battle of Spottsylvania Court House, Va., May 8th, 1864.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 124: Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 1st, 1863.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 125: Sketch on the line of the Second Corps at the Battle of the Wilderness, Va., May 10th, 1864. – Waiting for the enemyAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 126: Gordon’s and Crawford’s Brigades driving the Confederate forces from the woods, at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, August 9th, 1862.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 127: Confederate batteries shelling the federal position on the night of the Battle of Cedar Mountain, August 9th, 1862. Wounded men lying on the ground – McDowell’s Corps marching on the field.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 128: General Custer’s Fifth Regulars, Colonel Ash, charging into J.E.B. Stuart’s camp, near Charlottesville, Va.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-8.
Physical Description: Print
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 129: W.T. ShermanAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-5.
Physical Description: Print
Item 130: Scene in Savannah, Ga., on the receipt of the news of the occupation of Tybee Island by the Federal forces. – Indiscriminate flight of the inhabitants.Add to your cart.
1 print. From a sketch by a refugee. The Soldier in our Civil War. Location: south-8.

Note: From a sketch by a refugee.

The Soldier in our Civil War

Creators:
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Item 131: Invasion of Maryland, 1864. – Driving off cattle and plunder taken from the farmers by Early’s Cavalry.Add to your cart.
1 print. The Soldier in our Civil War. Location: south-8.
Note: The Soldier in our Civil War
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Item 132: The Federal Army intrenched before Petersburg. – A night scene in the trenches.Add to your cart.
1 print. The Soldier in our Civil War. Location: south-8.
Note: The Soldier in our Civil War
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Item 133: Federal baggage-train of Pope’s army making their way toward Manassas Junction.Add to your cart.
1 print. The Soldier in our Civil War. Location: south-8.
Note: The Soldier in our Civil War
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Item 134: A Cavalry Charge., 1876Add to your cart.
1 print. Etching. Life Studies of the Great Army Series, Plate 26. Location: south-8.
Dimensions: 22 x 17 1/2 inches, matted.
Note: Life Studies of the Great Army series, Plate 26
Creators:
Forbes, Edwin
Item 135: The Union Cavalry and Artillery starting in pursuit of the rebels up the Yorktown Turnpike., May 17, 1862Add to your cart.
1 print. Life Studies of the Great Army series, Plate 26. Two copies. See other copy at 122. Location: south-7.

Note: Life Studies of the Great Army series, Plate 26

Two copies.See other copy at 122.

Creators:
Harper’s Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 136: Brigadier-General George A. Custer, March 19, 1864Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: North-7.
Dimensions: 13 3/4 x 18 3/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper’s Weekly
Brady, photographer
Item 137: Huntsville, Alabama, From General Logan’s Head-Quarters; Dragging Artillery Through the Mud., March 19, 1864.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 15 x 19 3/4 inches, matted
Creators:
Harper’s Weekly
A.R. Waud
Item 138: Abraham LincolnAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 18 ½ x 22 ¼ inches, matted.
Item 139: Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 12 x 16 ¼ inches, unmatted.
Creators:
J.R. Rosen, publisher.
A.E. Hilton, artist
Item 140: Gen. Robert E. Lee Leaves McLean House at Appomatox After Signing the Surrender of the Civil War...1865.Add to your cart.
1 print. 2 copies. Location: south-9.
Dimensions: 14 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches, matted.
Note: 2 copies.
Creators:
R. Houlihan, artist
Item 141: The Seceding South Carolina Delegation., December 22, 1860.Add to your cart.

Vol. IV-No. 208.

1 engraving. Location: south-10.

Dimensions: 14 1/2 x 19 1/4 inches, matted.
Note: Vol. IV-No. 208.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Brady, photographer
Item 142: Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Born in Kentucky, February 12, 1809., November 10, 1860.Add to your cart.

Vol. IV-No. 202.

1 engraving. Location: south-10.

Dimensions: 14 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches, matted.
Note: Vol. IV-No. 202.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Brady, photographer
Item 143: The Seventy-Ninth Regiment (Highlanders) New York State Militia., May 25, 1861.Add to your cart.
1 engraving. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Item 144: Our Army Before Yorktown, Virginia.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 19 1/2 x 25 3/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
A.R. Waud
Homer, Winslow
Item 145: Capture of Fort Donelson.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 8 x 10 inches, matted.
Creators:
William Momberger
J.C. Buttre, engr.
Item 146: Storming of Fort Donelson.Add to your cart.
1 engraving. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 8 x 10 inches, matted.
Creators:
F.B. Schell, artist
Samuel Sartain, engraver
Item 147: Farragut entering Mobile Bay.Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 8 x 10 inches, matted.
Creators:
H.L. Stephens, artist
Augustus Robin, NY., artist
Item 148: Seige of Vicksburg., 1867Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Item 149: Battle of Antietam : Gallant charge of Gen. Burnside's division at the bridge., 1868Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: North-1.
Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Alonzo Chappel
Item 150: Battle of the Wilderness - Attack at Spottsylvania Court House., 1867Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 12 x 11 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Chappel, A.
Item 151: Battle of Shiloh. Recapture of artillery by a portion of Gen. Rosseau's command., 1862Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Alonzo Chappel
Item 152: Capture of Fort Donelson., 1866Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Alonzo Chappel
Item 153: R E Lee., 1866Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches, matted.
Note: Print includes printed reproduction of signature.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York.
Nast, artist
Item 154: Battle of Gettysburg., 1867Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches, matted.
Creators:
Johnson, Fry & Co.
Item 155: General McClellan surrendering the command of the Army of the Potomac to General Burnside., November 22, 1862.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-10.

Page 740. Clipping on back of mat dated November 22, 1862 refers to A.R. Waud sketches on pages 740 and 741.

Note: Page 740.

Clipping on back of mat dated November 22, 1862 refers to A.R. Waud sketches on pages 740 and 741.

Dimensions: 13 x 18 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
A.R. Waud
Item 156: View from Maryland Heights at sunrise., November 22, 1862.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-10.

Page 741.

Dimensions: 13 x 18 inches, matted.
Note: Page 741.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
A.R. Waud
Item 157: The Battle of Antietam - The First Maryland Battery in the fore-ground., October 11, 1862.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-10.

Page 644.

Dimensions: 13 x 18 inches, matted.
Note: Page 644.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
A.R. Waud
Item 158: The Army of the Potomac - Our outlying picket in the woods., June 7, 1862.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-10.

Page 359.

Dimensions: 13 3/4 x 18 1/2 inches, matted.
Note: Page 359.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
Homer, Winslow
Item 159: The Battle of Antietam fought September 17, 1862 - General Mansfield's corps in position in the centre., October 11, 1862.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-10.

Page 648 and 649.  Clipping from page 655 dated October 11, 1862 refereing to A.R. Waud illustrations.

Note: Page 648 and 649.

Clipping from page 655 dated October 11, 1862 refering to A.R. Waud illustrations.

Dimensions: 13 3/4 x 18 1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
A.R. Waud
Item 160: 150 years ago, St. Louis was scene of secession struggle., March 6, 2011.Add to your cart.

1 newspaper article. Location: north-4.

Page B3.

Dimensions: 12 x 16 1/2 inches, matted.
Note: Page B3.
Creators:
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
O'Neil, Tim
Item 161: Bridge at Antietam.Add to your cart.
2 photographs. Matted. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 8 3/4 x 14 1/2 inches, matted.
Item 162: Ten dollar Confederate bill.Add to your cart.
1 bill. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 3 x 7 inches.
Item 163: Battle of Winchester, VA., March 23rd, 1862-decisive bayonet-charge of the Fedral troops, led by General E.B. Tyler.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-8.

Page 322-323.

Dimensions: 18 1/4 x 23 3/4 inches, matted.
Note: Page 322-323.
Creators:
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Forbes, Edwin
Item 164: View of the battlefield of Second Bull Run, as sketched in August, 1863, by Edwin Forbes.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-8.

Page 140.

Dimensions: 13 1/4 x 18 1/4 inches, matted.
Note: Page 140.
Creators:
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Forbes, Edwin
Item 165: The Battle of Cross Keys, Shenandoah Valley, Sunday, June 8th, 1862-Opening of the fight.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-8.

Page 328.

Dimensions: 13 1/4 x 18 3/4 inches, matted.
Note: Page 328.
Creators:
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Forbes, Edwin
Item 166: General Bank's division recrossing the Potomac from Williamsport, MD., to attack "Stonewall" Jackson.-Band of the Forty-Sixth Pennsylvania playing national airs on the Virginia shore.Add to your cart.

1 print. Location: south-8.

Page 326.

Dimensions: 13 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches, matted.
Note: Page 326.
Creators:
The Soldier in Our Civil War
Forbes, Edwin
Item 167: Monitor & Merrimac, 1st fight between ironclads., [2010]Add to your cart.

1 chromolithograph reproduction. Location: south-6.

Modern reproduction of 1886 chromolithograph. No. 11 of 500.

Dimensions: 21 1/4 x 27 1/2 inches, matted.
Note: Modern reproduction of 1886 chromolithograph. No. 11 of 500.
Creators:
New York Times
Mariner's Museum
Davidson, Julian O.
Item 168: Genl. Franz Siegel, the hero of Missouri., 1864Add to your cart.
1 print. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 21 1/4 x 20 1/4 inches, matted.
Creators:
Rosenthal, L.
Winch, A.
Inger, C.
Item 169: Photograph of Saint-Gauden's Sherman memorial.Add to your cart.
1 photograph. Location: south-5.
Item 170: The great naval victory in Mobile Bay, Aug. 5th 1864.Add to your cart.
1 print. Colored print. Location: south-4.
Dimensions: 17 1/2 x 14 inches, matted.
Creators:
Currier & Ives, publisher.
Item 171: The Battle of Gettysburg-Hill on the left of the Union position-Hazlitt’s battery in position; The Battle of Gettysburg-Union position near the centre-Gettysburg in the distance-Cemetery on the hill.Add to your cart.
1 reproduction print. Reproduction. Location: south-4.
Dimensions: 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly.
A.R. Waud
Item 172: Capture of Fort Donelson.Add to your cart.
1 print. Print. Location: south-10.
Dimensions: 12 x 11 inches, matted.
Creators:
Alonzo Chappel
Item 173: The members of Lincoln's first cabinet.Add to your cart.
1 print. Print. Location: south-6.
Dimensions: 26 x 20 inches, matted.
Creators:
The soldier in our Civil War.
Item 174: Union nomination for President, Abraham Lincoln of Illinois. For Vice President, Andrew Johnson of Tennessee, 1864Add to your cart.
Copy. Reproduction of 1864 handbill. Location: South-6.
Item 175: The Army of the Potomac - A sharp-shooter on picket duty, November 15, 1862Add to your cart.
1 print. Page 724. Location: South-6.
Dimensions: 21 x 15 1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
Harper's Weekly
Homer, Winslow
Item 176: The executionAdd to your cart.
1 print. Location: North-7.
Item 177: The Presidential election of 1864 -Scene at the polls in N.Y. - The veterans of 1812 and 1864., November 26, 1864Add to your cart.
Wood engraving. Page 153. Location: South-6.
Dimensions: 14 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, matted.
Creators:
E.F.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Item 178: Map of the Battle of Gettysburg: First DayAdd to your cart.
1 map. Location North-10.
Dimensions: 37 inches x 47 inches.
Item 179: Map of the Battle of Gettysburg: Second DayAdd to your cart.
Map. Location: North-10.
Dimensions: 37 inches x 47 inches.
Item 180: Map of the Battle of Gettysburg: Third DayAdd to your cart.
Map. Location: North-10.
Dimensions: 37 inches x 47 inches.
Item 181: The Seventh Regiment , N.G.S.N.Y, Leaving New York, April 19th, 1861, For the Defense of WashingtonAdd to your cart.

The Soldier In Our Civil War

1 print. Page 56. Location: South-7.

Dimensions: 17 x 11 1/2 inches.

Item 182: Battle of Chickamauga, GA., Fought September 19th-20th, 1863Add to your cart.

The Soldier In Our Civil War

From a sketch by J. F. Hillen

1 print. Page 150-151. Location: South-7.

Dimensions: 22 1/4 x 17 inches.

Item 183: Major-General Ambrose E. Burnside Issuing Orders to His Staff, Upon Taking Command of the Army of the PotomacAdd to your cart.

The Soldier In Our Civil War

1 print. Page 6-7. Location: South-7.

Dimensions: 22 1/4  x 17 inches.

Item 184: Volunteer Storming Parties, Taken From the Seventh Michigan and the Nineteenth and Twentieth Massachusetts Regiments, Crossing the Rappahannock, in Advance of the Grand Army, to Drive Off the Confederate Sharpshooters Annoying the Pontoniers, December 11th, 1862.Add to your cart.

The Soldier In Our Civil War

From a sketch by H. Lovie.

1 print. Page 10-11. Location: South-7.

Dimensions: 22 1/4  x 17 inches.

Item 185: Engagement of General Lewis Wallace's Division, on the Right Wing, at the Battle of Pittsburg Landing.Add to your cart.

The Soldier In Our Civil War

From a sketch by H. Lovie

1 print. Page 266-267. Location: South-7.

Dimensions: 22 1/4  x 17 inches.

Item 186: The Battle of the U.S.S."Kearsarge" and the C.S.S. "Alabama"Add to your cart.

1 poster. Location: North-9.

Poster of the Edouard Manet painting housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Dimensions: 27 x 30-1/2inches, unmatted.
Creators:
Philadelphia Museum of Art, publ.
Manet, Edouard
Item 187: Seige of VicksburgAdd to your cart.

From the original painting by Chappel. Copyright 1866.

1 print, matted. Location: South-10

Dimensions: 10 5/8 x 12 3/4 inches.

Item 188: Battle of Wilson's Creek, or Oak Hill, near Springfield, Mo., August 10th, 1861Add to your cart.

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 114-115.

Location: South-7

Dimensions: 19 3/4 x 25 inches, matted.

Item 189: Capture of Mission Ridge, near Rossville, Tenn., by General Thomas, November 27th, 1863Add to your cart.

Sketch by C.E.F. Hillen.

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 222-223.

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 20 x 25 1/8 inches, matted.

Item 190: Battle of Rich Mountain, Beverly Pike, Va., between a division of General McClellan's command, led by General Rosecrans, and the Confederates under General Pegram, July 12th, 1861Add to your cart.

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 98-99

1 print. Location: South-8

Dimensions: 17 x 22 inches

Item 191: Cavalry fight at Yellow Tavern, near Richmond, Va., May 11th, 1864, between the forces of Phil. H. Sheridan and J.E.B. StuartAdd to your cart.

Sketch by Edwin Forbes

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 270-271

1 print. Location: South-8

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 192: Gallant charge of the Seventeenth, Forty-Eighth, and Forty-Ninth Illinois Regiments, led by Colonel Morrison, on the outworks of Fort Donelson, February 13th, 1862Add to your cart.

Sketch by Henry Lovie

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 254-255

1 print. Location: South-8

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 193: Gallant attack of 150 Pennsylvania Bucktails, led by Colonel Kane, upon a detachment of "Stonewall" Jackson's army, near Harrisonburg, Va., Friday, June 6th, 1862Add to your cart.

Sketch by Edwin Forbes

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 314-315

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 18 3/4 x 24 1/4 inches

Item 194: Decisive Bayonet-Charge of the Second Iowa Regiment on the Confederate intrenchments at Fort Donelson, February 15th, 1862Add to your cart.

Sketch by H. Lovie

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 238-239

1 print. Location: South-8

Dimensions: 17 1/8 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 195: General Buford's engagement with Stuart's Confederate Cavalry at Boonesboro, Md., July 9th, 1863Add to your cart.

Sketch by C.E.H. Bonwill

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 126-127

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 196: Head of the canal opposite Vicksburg, Miss., cut by order of General GrantAdd to your cart.

Sketch by H. Lovie

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 54-55

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 197: Battle of Malvern Hill, near Turkey Bend, James River, Va., fought Tuesday, July 1st, 1862Add to your cart.

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 232-233

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 198: Hooker's battle above the clouds, and capture of the Confederate position at Lookout Mountain, Tenn., November 26th, 1863Add to your cart.

Sketch by J.F.E. Hillan

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 166-167

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/2 inches

Item 199: Charge of the Eighth Missouri and the Eleventh Indiana Regiments, led by General Lewis Wallace, at Fort Donelson, February 15th, 1862Add to your cart.

Sketch by H. Lovie

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 236

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 11 3/8 x 17 inches

Item 200: Battle of Gettysburg.--Charge of the Confederates on Cemetery Hill, Thursday night, July 2d, 1863Add to your cart.

Sketch by Edwin Forbes

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 130

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 11 3/8 x 17 inches

Item 201: Battle of Gettysburg, Thursday evening, July 2d, 1863. As seen from Rocky Hill, on Meade's leftAdd to your cart.

Sketch by Edwin Forbes

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 390

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 11 3/8 x 17 inches

Item 202: General McClellan and his army passing through Frederick City, Md., in pursuit of the Confederates, September 12th, 1862Add to your cart.

Sketch by Edwin Forbes

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 390

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 11 3/8 x 17 inches

Item 203: Capture of McClernand's headquarters, McAllister's and Schwartz's artillery, and Dresser's battery, by the Confederates, at Pittsburg Landing, Sunday, April 6th, 1862Add to your cart.

Sketch by H. Lovie

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 270

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 11 1/8 x 17 inches

Item 204: The Federal Army entering Richmond, Va., April 3d, 1865. Reception of the troops in Main Street.Add to your cart.

Sketch by Joseph Becker

The Soldier in Our Civil War, p. 372

1 print. Location: South-7

Dimensions: 11 1/4 x 17 inches

Item 205: General ShermanAdd to your cart.

Charcoal sketch. Location: South-5

Dimensions: 44 1/2 x 34 inches, matted

Item 206: "Bombardment of Fredricksburg, VA., by the Army of the Potomac, Commanded by General Burnside, Thursday, December 11th, 1862"Add to your cart.

From a sketch by H. Lovie. The Soldier in Our Civil War

Engraving. Location: South-6

Dimensions: 17 x 22 1/4 inches, unmatted.


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