|1865. "Charleston Orphan Asylum, 160 Calhoun Street, used as a hospital for wounded Federal soldiers."
From photographs of the Federal Navy and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy,
1863-1865. Wet-plate glass negative, half of stereograph pair, photographer unknown.
|1864. A passel of Yankees in repose.
"Federal picket post near Atlanta, Georgia."
Wet collodion glass plate negative by George N. Barnard.
|"Soldier group, Federal Army."
Circa 1865 wet-plate glass negative.
Location and photographer unknown. Library of Congress Civil War collection.
|August 1864. Petersburg, Virginia.
"Siege of Petersburg. Group of Company B, U.S. Engineer Battalion."
Wet plate glass negative.
"Culpeper Court House, Virginia. Federal soldiers and wounded Negro."
Wet-plate glass negative by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.