Court House Building
Title:
Court House Building
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


The McLean House, Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
Title:
The McLean House, Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Site of General Lee's Farewell Address to His Soldiers
Title:
Site of General Lee's Farewell Address to His Soldiers
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Spot Where Generals Lee and Grant Met
Title:
Spot Where Generals Lee and Grant Met
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-20


Gen. Lee's Surrender to Gen. Grant, April 9th, 1865
Title:
Gen. Lee's Surrender to Gen. Grant, April 9th, 1865
Appomattox Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
"Peace in Union. Gen. Lee's Surrender to Gen. Grant at Appomattox Court House, April 9th, 1865." Reproduced from the $10,000 Painting by Thos. Nast. in G.A.R. Hall, Galena, Ill.



Maude's Restaurant
Title:
Maude's Restaurant
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Appomattox Court House, National Historical Park
Title:
Appomattox Court House, National Historical Park
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The reconstructed court house is at the right, in the distance is the Clover Hill Tavern and Guest House.



Appomattox Court House, National Historical Park
Title:
Appomattox Court House, National Historical Park
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The reconstructed court house is at the right, in the distance is the Clover Hill Tavern and Guest House.


Surrender of Lee
Title:
Surrender of Lee
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-24

Description:
This picture represents the meeting of Generals Lee and Grant in the home of Mr. McLean at Appomattox Court House to arrange for the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia, on April 9, 1865. General Lee bore himself to the last in a manner worthy of his heroic record, and history will always accord to him his well-won place as one of the foremost commanders of modern times. After the papers were signed he rode through the ranks of his men, who losing all consciousness of their own bitter anguish in what they knew his must be, rushed up to him, and, choking with emotion, vied with each other for the honor of touching his hand. With tears streaming down his cheeks he said, "My men, we have fought through the war together; I have done the best I could for you."



Appomattox Hotel
Title:
Appomattox Hotel
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Linen


Atwood Block Street View
Title:
Atwood Block Street View
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Linen



McLean House
Title:
McLean House
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Near Lynchburg


Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
Title:
Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



The Mclean House
Title:
The Mclean House
Appomattox Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
In 1893 the original McLean House was torn down with the intent to re-erect it in Washington, D. C. as a war museum. The plan never materialized. The National Park Service has now reconstructed the McLean House as a part of a program restoration of the village of old Appomattox.




Total: 15 Items