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1/6th plate ruby ambrotype of an uncommonly old confederate officer from Louisiana.
Killer image of an Ohio soldier. What really distinguishes this shot is that the photographer wrote "Union" on his pork-pie hat in gold gilt.
1/6th plate ambrotype of a Virginia soldier identified as Robert T. Mcleod. What's in his lap? I've never been able to figure it out.
1/4 plate ambrotype of a Mississippi soldier that has buttons on so clear you can see the state design.
1/6th plate tintype of a two western federal soldiers. These two look like fighters. I like the ostrich plume.
1/6th plate ambrotype of a confederate officer. In the case "true love can never die" is written.
1/6th plate ambrotype of NH officer Elijah Bartlett, a hard-fought soldier. He was the great-grandson of a declaration signer.
1/6th plate tintype of a cavalryman who looks ready to use the sword he's holding.
Great 1/6th plate ambrotype of a confederate cavalryman ready to fight.
1/6th plate tintype of a drummer. Impressive photo!
1/6th plate immaculate ruby ambrotype of a distinguished looking officer.
1/6th plate ruby ambrotype of Akron, Ohio officer Lt. Hannibal Grinnell.
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier holding a carbine.
1/9th plate ambrotype of an identified Kentucky officer.
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier holding his Hardee hat in an unsual pose.
1/6th plate ambrotype of a soldier who belonged to the 1st Ohio Cavalry. Great coloring.
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier that came from a grouping from North Carolina. He may have fought for Virginia.
1/4 plate tintype of a family. The little girl is precious.
1/9th plate ambrotype of a New Hampshire soldier. Great view of his Remington.
1/4 plate tintype of a soldier sporting an unsual fur hat. Maybe buffalo?
1/9th plate tintype of a rebel.
1/6th plate tintype of a little girl holding a drum in front of the famous Benton Barracks backdrop.
1/6th plate tintype of a Pennsylvania soldier.
1/6th plate tintype of an identified Massachusetts soldier.
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