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Date: 1864 ca.
Description: A stereograph of exterior of General Lee's residence.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of General Robert E. Lee.
Description: This colored map shows cities, rail lines, and geographic features in eastern Virginia. Circles around Richmond at 10 mile intervals indicate distances fro...
Date: 1871 ca.
Description: Stereograph of exterior of a building used as the Confederate government's Executive Mansion. This was where Jefferson Davis and his family stayed during t...
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: Front page of 4-page advertisement with an illustration featuring a man using a team of horses to pull a grain drill in a field.
Description: Stereoview of the main building, a tenement (loft style) building, at Libby Prison.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: Elevated view from across street of men posed with farm and lawn equipment along the storefront of a McCormick Harvesting Machine Company dealership. Three...
Description: Exterior view of Libby Prison, a Confederate Prison. The view includes tents and three tenement (loft style) buildings. A group of men stand in the foregro...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: A stereograph of a statue of Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.
Date: 1863 ca.
Description: A heavily retouched photographic view of Libby Prison. This view shows tents and three tenement (loft style) buildings.
Description: A stereograph of the Confederate prison Castle Thunder.
Description: An albumen stereograph of a monument to the Confederate dead, in the shape of a stone pyramid with steeply pitched sides.
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