First Rapid Fire Gun Used in Civil War - Gatling
Title:
First Rapid Fire Gun Used in Civil War - Gatling
Real Photo unused

Description:
Springfield Armory


The Story Of the "General"
Title:
The Story Of the "General"
White Border unused

Description:
In the National Cemetery are buried James J. Andrews and his companions, who captured an Engine at Big Shanty on the Western & Atlantic Hallway in an attempt to burn bridges and cut the Confederate Army from its base of supplies. They were overtaken ; eight were executed as spies, six were paroled and eight escaped from prison. The famous engine "General" which was captured is kept as a Memorial in the Union Station at Chattanooga. A tablet tells the story of the raid.



Down in Dixie at Fort Fisher - Woman with Confederate Flag
Title:
Down in Dixie at Fort Fisher - Woman with Confederate Flag
Kure Beach North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The two largest land-naval battles of the Civil War took place at Fort Fisher on December 24-25, 1864, and January 13-15, 1865. Shown in the picture is a section of the land defense composed of six earthen mounds (which were 32 feet high alternating powder magazines and bomb-proofs) and seven gun emplacements. Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fort in the Confederacy and is located just below Carolina Beach, N.C.


William Tecumseh Sherman
Title:
William Tecumseh Sherman
Continental Chrome unused



General Robert E. Lee
Title:
General Robert E. Lee
Divided Back unused

Description:
Heros of the South Series 2510


Lincoln's Famous Gettysburg Address
Title:
Lincoln's Famous Gettysburg Address
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 606



Battle of the Monitor and the Merrimac
Title:
Battle of the Monitor and the Merrimac
Divided Back unused

Description:
E. W. McConnell A thrilling reproduction of the fight between the first two ironclads ever built, now exhibited at Riverview, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.


In My Uniform of Blue, I'll Come Marching Back to You
Title:
In My Uniform of Blue, I'll Come Marching Back to You
Divided Back



Meeting of President Lincoln and Gen'l Grant
Title:
Meeting of President Lincoln and Gen'l Grant
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lincoln's Birthday Series 155


Battle Between The Monitor and Merrimac by Richard Rummell
Title:
Battle Between The Monitor and Merrimac by Richard Rummell
Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-13

Description:
Jamestown Exposition 1607-1907 In Hampton Roads Virginia, March 9th, 1862, in the immediate vicinity of the location now occupied by the Exposition. It was the first conflict between ironclad vessels, an inasmuch as it revolutionized naval warfare of the world, it can be justly said to be the most important engagement in history.



To My Comrade
Title:
To My Comrade
Divided Back unused

Description:
Decoration Day Series 2 Grand Army of The Republic 1861-1865


The Monitor Victory
Title:
The Monitor Victory
Divided Back unused



Woman in Civil War Uniform
Title:
Woman in Civil War Uniform



Meeting of President Lincoln & General Grant
Title:
Meeting of President Lincoln & General Grant
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lincoln's Birthday Series 155



Sons of Veterans
Title:
Sons of Veterans
Divided Back unused

Description:
1861. 1865. On seal: Gratia dei Servatus MDCCCLXXXI On shield: Filii Veteranorum "A fame that clusters bright around The brows of leaders laurel crowned And Honored heroes neath the ground."


Grave Of John Brown
Title:
Grave Of John Brown
Divided Back unused

Description:
After execution the body of John Brown was delivered to his widow, who had it conveyed to their residence near North Elba, N. Y. where it was interred and over it placed the tombstone of his grandfather, which he had carried with the family for some years. Underneath the inscription to his grandfather was placed one to John Brown himself."



John Brown's Tannery
Title:
John Brown's Tannery
Divided Back unused

Description:
John Brown's Tannery, Built 1826. For 20 years John Brown carried on the tanning business, a trade which he had learned from his father, and was fairly successful in it, but lost all his money in bad land speculations. He abandoned tanning, and in 1840 embarked in the wool trade. This building, since converted into a dwelling house, is at New Richmond, Crawford Co., Pa."


Kennedy Farmhouse Brown's Headquarters
Title:
Kennedy Farmhouse Brown's Headquarters
Divided Back unused

Description:
In June, 1859. John Brown leased for a few months the unoccupied Kennedy Farm in Maryland, about six miles from Harpers Ferry. He was joined there by twenty-one persons. Boxes of arms, ammunition and supplies where shipped to him there and he made ready for his raid. He made this his base of supplies, and when he started on his raid three men remained on guard at the house."



Rock On Which J. H. Kagi Was Killed
Title:
Rock On Which J. H. Kagi Was Killed
Divided Back unused

Description:
This building is a pulp mill, and is on the site of the Hall rifle Works, one of the Government shops in 1859. This was one of the strategic points selected by Brown in his attack on harpers Ferry, and was held by John H. Kari, the right-hand man of Brown, and two others under his command. When this point was rendered untenable by the neighboring militia, Kagi attempted to escape by wading across the Shenandoah, which is quite shallow here, and was shot down upon the prominent rock shown in the picture."


Site of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington Obelisk
Title:
Site of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington Obelisk
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
Title:
Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
Divided Back unused

Description:
Heroes of the South Series 2510


Confederate Monument
Title:
Confederate Monument
Jackson Mississippi (MS), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Gen. R. E. Lee, Gen. Jeb Stuart, Gen. Fitzhughlee, & Gen. Stonewall Jackson
Title:
Gen. R. E. Lee, Gen. Jeb Stuart, Gen. Fitzhughlee, & Gen. Stonewall Jackson
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Souvenir, Soldier's Home, Richmond, VA


General Morgan's Army in the Cumberland Gap, 1862
Title:
General Morgan's Army in the Cumberland Gap, 1862
Divided Back unused



Civil War Flags
Title:
Civil War Flags
Divided Back

Description:
Memorial Day Post Cards Series "The Hands that grasped them, And the Hearts that fondly clasped them, Cold and dead are lying low."


For though conquered, they adore it!
Title:
For though conquered, they adore it!
Divided Back

Description:
Memorial Day Post Cards Series Love the cold, dead hands that bore it! Weep for those who fell before it! Pardon those who trailed and tore it.



Veteran Soldiers Of The Civil War '61-'65
Title:
Veteran Soldiers Of The Civil War '61-'65
Divided Back unused

Description:
Decoration Day Series 1 "And foremost still among the free Their spirits shall be his decree Lead on through all eternity."


General Geo. G. Meade and Corps. - Commanders At Gettysburg, Pa
Title:
General Geo. G. Meade and Corps. - Commanders At Gettysburg, Pa
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 13000 This picture is a reproduction of an authentic photograph made by the staff artist of the U. S. War Department, on June 29, 1863, as Gen. George G. Meade assumed command of the Army of the Potomac. Photograph furnished by U. S. War Department



Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Monument
Title:
Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Monument
Baltimore Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-16


Monitor and Merrimac
Title:
Monitor and Merrimac
Divided Back unused



Civil War Hat and Sword
Title:
Civil War Hat and Sword


Description:
My COuntry 'Tis of Thee


Confederate Currency Post Card
Title:
Confederate Currency Post Card
Chrome unused



Fraternity, Loyalty and Charity
Title:
Fraternity, Loyalty and Charity
Divided Back unused

Description:
Decoration Day Series 1 The men who in the conflict led, And for the Union fought and bled, Tho passing on are never dead


Rober E. Lee at Fredericksburg
Title:
Rober E. Lee at Fredericksburg
Divided Back PM 1919 Oct-5



Robert E. Lee
Title:
Robert E. Lee
Divided Back unused


Union MIlitary Medal
Title:
Union MIlitary Medal
Divided Back PM 1907 May-31

Description:
Union Forever In Memory of the Brave



Military man smoking a pipe
Title:
Military man smoking a pipe
Divided Back


The Pivot-Gun on the Kearsarge in Action
Title:
The Pivot-Gun on the Kearsarge in Action
Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-23

Description:
Series 813 the eleven-inch forward pivot-gun on the Kearsarge in action



General Robert Edward Lee
Title:
General Robert Edward Lee
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Lane Studio "Magnificent in defeat," he directed the unsuccessful attempt of Southern troops to break through the Federal lines at the Battle of Gettysburg. This picture taken from the original oil painting on display in the Lincoln Room Museum in Gettysburg mike


Storming of Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg PA, by the "Louisiana Tigers," July 2nd, 1863
Title:
Storming of Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg PA, by the "Louisiana Tigers," July 2nd, 1863
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-17

Description:
INSCRIPTION. The Storming of Cemetery Hill by Hay's and Hoke's Confederate brigades on evening of July 2d, 1863, proved to be an awful hand to hand struggle. Rammers, hand spikes and even stones were used. The "Tigers" were practically annihilated. They advanced 1700 strong, retired with less than 500



G.A.R. Drum Corp
Title:
G.A.R. Drum Corp
White Border unused

Description:
Sanford C. West, who drummed the 13th Illinois Infantry through the war; the oldest surviving drummer of the Civil War. He made the drum he carries 66 years ago from an ash tree at Rockford, N.Y., and it has been in constant use ever since. Marquis L. Fowler, leader of the Fife and Drum Corps of the soldiers' home at Orting, Washington. His brother was fifer in the war with Mexico. He was fifer in the 20th Michigan. He has had charge of G. A. R. fife and drum corps ever since the war


General Grant on Lookout Mountain in 1892
Title:
General Grant on Lookout Mountain in 1892
Chattanooga Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
This is a picture of considerable historic interest. The greatest of the Union generals, and in some respect the most famous battlefield of the War, are here shown



Ulysses S. Grant
Title:
Ulysses S. Grant
unused

Description:
President of the U. S


Grave Of Brown's Men Who Were Killed At Harper's Ferry
Title:
Grave Of Brown's Men Who Were Killed At Harper's Ferry
Divided Back unused

Description:
Ten of Brown's men were killed at Harpers Ferry. The bodies of nine of these were enclosed in two large "store boxes" and buried on the banks of the Shenandoah as shown in picture, about half a mile above Happers Ferry. Their bones were exhumed in 1899 and were b buried by the side of their old Captain at North Elba. N. Y."



Harpers Ferry
Title:
Harpers Ferry
Harpers Ferry West Virginia (WV), Divided Back unused

Description:
Harpers Ferry is situated in Jefferson co., W. Va. (then Virginia), at the point where the Shenandoah enters the Potomac River, and is 45 miles northwest of Washington. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad runs through the place and the Shenandoah Valley road forms a junction there. The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal passes by on the Maryland side. In 1859 the United States had a highly important arsenal and rifle factory at the place, with from 100,000 to 200,000 stand of arms stored there. Power for the Factory was derived from a hydraulic canal. The population of the town was about 2,500, mostly employees of the Government. As a gateway through the Blue Ridge to Washington Harpers Ferry was of great importance during the war and much fighting occurred in and around it."


John Brown Arraigned Before The Court
Title:
John Brown Arraigned Before The Court
Divided Back unused

Description:
October 27, 1859, John Brown was arraigned before the Jefferson County Court, sitting at Charlestown, W. Va. (then Virginia), for conspiracy to excite a negro insurrection, treason against the Commonwealth of Virginia and murder. He was still suffering from his wounds and had to e helped to rise to his feet to plead. Judge Richard Parker presided. Brown was defended by Messrs, Botts, Greene, Chilton and Griswold, who sit at left of the Judge. Prosecuting Attorney Andrew hunter sits behind the Judge."



John Brown's Fort
Title:
John Brown's Fort
Divided Back unused

Description:
On the night of Sunday, Oct. 16, 1859, John Brown, with 18 of his party, crossed the bridge from Maryland into Harpers Ferry, put out the lights on the street, captured a number of the citizens and took possession of the arsenal. During the next day he maintained an abstinate fight with the militia and Citizens, but at nightfall retired to the fire-engine house, which he barricaded for a determined fight. The next morning at 7 o'clock the doors of this were battered in by a detachment of Regular soldiers and Marines, led by Lieut. Col. R. E. Lee, and after a brief but desperate fight Brown was compelled to surrender. The building was afterwards labeled as "John Brown's Fort," and for years was an object of interest to the passersby on the railroad."


Gen. Thomas And Staff On Lookout Mountain
Title:
Gen. Thomas And Staff On Lookout Mountain
Chattanooga Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
General Thomas and Staff on Lookout Mountain in 1863. Reading from Left to Right: Gen, J. H. King, Gen. Thomas, Gen. Tower, Gen. Donaldson, Gen. Brannon, Dr. Cooper, Eng. Whipple, Lt. Kelly, Lt. Kellogg.





Total: 48 Items