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Alexander Gardner
Gardner, A.
Gardner, Alex
Gardner, Alexander
Gardner, Alexander (American photographer and printer, 1821-1882, born in Scotland)
Gardner, Alexander ((photographer))
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Barnard & Gibson
Brady, Mathew B. (approximately 1823-1896)
Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882)
Gardner, James (1832-)
Gibson, James F. (1828-)
Johnson, Brooks
Knox, David
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
O'Sullivan, Timothy H. (1840-1882)
Reekie, John
Wood & Gibson
[Abraham Lincoln, full-length portrait, seated]
[Abraham Lincoln, seated and holding a book, with his son Tad (Thomas) leaning on a table]
Across the continent on the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division
Battery no. 1, near Yorktown, Virginia
Battlefield of Gettysburg. Dead Confederate sharpshooter at foot of Little Round Top
burial party on the battle-field of Cold Harbor, A
"Castle Thunder," Richmond, Va.
Completely silenced! Dead Confederate artillery men, as they lay around their battery after the Battle of Antietam.
Culpeper, Virginia
enduring interest, An : the photographs of Alexander Gardner
Gardner's photographic sketch book of the Civil War
Gardner's photographic sketchbook of the American Civil War, 1861-1865
Home of a rebel sharpshooter
insigne du courage, L'
memorial war book, The : as drawn from historical records and personal narratives of the men who served in the great struggle
Panoramic view of Richmond in ruins
Payne, alias Wood, alias Hall. Arrested as an associate of Booth in the conspiracy
Photographic outfit, 309 miles west of St. Louis, Mo.
Pontoon bridge across the Rappahannock
[President Abraham Lincoln delivering second inaugural address in front of the United States Capitol, March 4, 1865]
[President Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]
[President Abraham Lincoln posed with Union officers and soldiers during his visit to Antietam, Maryland, October 3, 1862]
[President Abraham Lincoln seated with his secretaries John Hay and John Nicolay]
Quaker guns, Centreville, Virginia
Quarters of men in Fort Sedgwick Generally known as Fort Hell
rare specimen found on hill above Fort Riley, Kansas, 420 miles west of St. Louis, Mo., A
Rays of sunlight from South America
Residence, chief quartermaster, Third Army Corps, Brandy Station
Ruins at Manassas Junction
Ruins of arsenal, Richmond, Virginia
Ruins of Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia
[Ruins of paper mill, near Richmond & Petersburg RR Depot, Richmond, Va. 1865]
Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run
Saint Joseph's Academy, Emmetsburg (i.e. Emmitsburg), MD, July, 1863
Scene in Pleasant Valley, Maryland
Scouts and guides of the Army of Potomac, Berlin, Md., October 1862
Selected civil war photograph collection (Library of Congress)
Shebang, or quarters of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, Brandy Station, The
[Sheridan and his generals]
slaughter pen at Gettysburg, The
Slave pen, Alexandria, Virginia
[Soldier standing at graves of Federal soldiers, along stone fence, at Burnside Bridge, Antietam, Maryland]
State Department at Washington, The
State University, Lawrence, Kansas, 323 miles west of St. Louis, Mo.
Stone church, Centreville, Va.
Stone house on Warrenton Pike
Studying the art of war
"Sunken Road" at Antietam, The
Supreme Court of the United States, The
U.S. Military telegraph construction corps
U.S. Signal Service. Field telegraph train
Va-How-A-Pah (Ear of Corn)--Squaw of Lone Wolf
View at Aquia Creek Landing. View of transports at dock. Supply boat FAIRY shown
View from Libby Hill looking west on Main Street
View near depot, Topeka, Kansas
View of breastworks on Round Top - the hill which formed our extreme left at the battle of Gettysburg
View of the Petersburg Gas Works
View on battle-field of Antietam
View on Canal Bridge at Foot of 7th St., Richmond, Va.
View on the Appomattox River, near Campbell's Bridge, Petersburg, Va.
Vua-Sha-Peh (Stabber)
Wagon park, Brandy Station, Virginia
[Walt Whitman, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, wearing heavy coat with right hand in pocket, left hand at cheek]
War, effect of a shell on a Confederate soldier at battle of Gettys.
War photographs taken on the battlefields of the Civil War
welcome visitor. (newspaper man at Culpeper, Va., Nov. 1863), A
What do I want, John Henry? Warrenton, Va., November 1862
Where Sumner's Corps charged at Antietam