United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Pictorial works.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 10 cartes de visite featuring different portraits of Andrew Johnson.
This pencil sketch, drawn by an unknown amateur artist during the Civil War, depicts a high-ranking Union officer seated in his tent with a Union flag on the center post and another officer standing at attention. Two more soldiers can be seen standing guard and peeking around the corner of the tent and an African American boy is portrayed playing with a cat in the left foreground.
This collection contains several cartes de visite and two tintype photographs of both prominent and unidentifiable Civil War era individuals. Neither the cartes de visite nor the tintype photographs are dated.
This collection contains one carte de visite featuring a portrait of General Nathan Bedford Forrest, labeled as "Gen. Forrest, C. S. A."
This photograph depicts African-American soldiers at a Civil War camp in Johnsonville, Tennessee. The men shown are standing on a railroad car. Also visible are full wagons, lumber, railroad tracks, and tents with fireplaces.
A single stereograph of United States Army officers during the American Civil War. The photo was taken by noted Civil War photographer Alexander Gardner in 1861.