|"Major General George Armstrong Custer, Officer of the
Wet plate glass negative, Studio of Mathew Brady.
"Dr. Bunnell's embalming establishment in the field. Army of the James."
Wet-plate glass negative, half of stereograph pair.
|July 1863. "Gettysburg, Pa. Three captured Confederate soldiers, likely
pose for Mathew Brady on Seminary Ridge following the Battle of Gettysburg."
Wet plate glass negative, half of stereograph pair.
|July 1863. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. "John L. Burns, the 'old hero of Gettysburg,' with gun and crutches." Burns, born ca. 1793, was
a 70-year-old veteran of the War of 1812 when he was wounded in
the Battle of Gettysburg, having volunteered his services as a
sharpshooter to the Federal Army. He died of pneumonia in 1872.
Wet-plate glass negative by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
|Atlanta, 1864. "Federal Army wagons at Railroad Depot."
And maybe Scarlett O'Hara in the distance.
Wet plate negative by George N. Barnard.