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Brady, M. B.
Brady, M. B. (Mathew B.)
Brady, Mathew B.
Brady, Mathew B. (American photographer, 1823-1896)
Brady, Mathew Brady
Brady, Matthew B.
Mathew B. Brady
Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries
Buttre, John Chester (1821-1893)
fowx egbert guy
Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882)
Jackman, William G.
Lossing, Benson John (1813-1891)
Meredith, Roy (1908-)
Plumbe, John (1809-1857)
Savas, Theodore P.
Trans-Lux Distributing Corporation, New York. [from old catalog]
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company
"grand review" of the Union army held in Washington D.C., 1865, The
"Pine Cottage", Civil War soldiers winter quarters
[James K. Polk, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]
[Mary Todd Lincoln]
[Walt Whitman, half-length portrait, seated in chair, facing left]
[William Sprague, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right]
Abraham Lincoln - Hannibal Hamlin
Blockaders: story of the ghost ships [Motion picture], The
Brady's Civil War
Brady's incidents of the war.
Civil War as they knew it; Abraham Lincoln's immortal words and Mathew Brady's famous photographs., The
civil war through the camera, The
Civil War through the camera, The : a complete illustrated history of the Civil War
civil war, its photographic history, The
gallery of illustrious Americans, containing the portraits and biographical sketches of twenty-four of the most eminent citizens of the American republic, since the death of Washington., The
Garfield children, The
In the wake of battle - the Civil War images of Mathew Brady
In the wake of battle, 2004:
James Gordon Bennett, Esq.
Japanese Embassy, The
Jefferson Davis, first president of the new Southern Confederacy
leisurely pursuit, The
Lieut. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, U.S.A.
Lieutenant-General Grant at his head-quarters
Life in Camp Cameron
Major-General W. F. Smith, (Baldy Smith), Commander of the 6th Corps. This view was taken near Malvern Hill, during the "seven days' fight" in 1862
Mathew Brady and his world, 1977:
Mathew Brady and the image of history
Mathew Brady's Great Americans : prints from the original glass negatives in the Meserve collection
Mathew Brady's illustrated history of the Civil War, 1861-65, and the causes that led up to the great conflict
Mathew Brady's portrait of an era, 1982:
memorial war book, The : as drawn from historical records and personal narratives of the men who served in the great struggle
Miscellaneous Confederate portraits relating to the Civil War, 1861-1865
Miscellaneous portraits relating to the Civil War, 1861-1865
Mississippi campaign: war of the turtles [Motion picture], The
Mr. Ferguson. Interpreter
Mr. Lincoln's camera man : Mathew B. Brady
Mr. Lincoln's contemporaries; an album of portraits
Mr. Lincoln's politics [Motion picture]
National photographic collection of war views, and portraits of representative men.
Naval vessels and naval personnel groups
Newspaper accounts, 1907-21, illustrated with photographs by Mathew B. Brady
Officer groups in the field, formal groups, camp life and incidents
Officers of Co. G. R.I.V.
Original photographs taken on the battlefields during the Civil War of the United States
Overall views of military camps
Photo by Brady : a picture of the Civil War
photographic world., The
Photographing history, 1977:
Photographs relating to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln
Portrait photographs of Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A. Douglas, and Robert H. Milroy
Portraits from the Robert Todd Lincoln family papers
Portraits of delegates to the International American Conference, Washington, D.C. 1889-1890
Portraits of individual officers and occasional groups
Portraits of the Civil War period, photographs for the most part from life negatives.
Portraits printed by Ansco from glass plates formerly the property of Mathew B. Brady
Posed groups and individuals identified only by military unit
Potawatomi and Ojibwa delegation portraits
Preparing the mess
President A. Lincoln reading the Bible to his son
President Taylor and his cabinet
Presidential inaugurations, 1789-1933
Prince of Wales (later Edward VII, King of England) and his suite in New York, 1860, The
Prince of Wales and suite
Prisoners of war and prison camps
Professor Lowe's military balloon near Gaines Mill, Virginia
Quartermaster Corps, workshops, group of blacksmiths, etc.
Railroad locomotives, railroad operations, and railroad bridges and equipment
Reproductions of Civil War photographs by Mathew B. Brady
Sample pages and illustrations from F.T. Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War
Scene showing deserted camp and wounded soldier (Zouave), 1865(?)
Search for the Monitor [Motion picture]
Selected civil war photograph collection (Library of Congress)
Selected Civil War photographs, 1861-1865 an American Memory Collection, Library of Congress, Washington.
Sen. B. K. Bruce, Mississippi
Shells in Putnam, Charleston Harbor, S.C.
Soldiers' graves near the General Hospital, City Point, Va.
Soldiers' winter quarters, Army of the Potomac. Inside the first line of fortifications, near City Point, Va.
Specific historic buildings throughout the war area, principally those associated with battles
Storm over Sumter [Motion picture]
Studio portraits of men, women and children
Susan B. Anthony
T.W. Tipton, Sen. from Nebraska
Three "Johnnie Reb" Prisoners, captured at Gettysburg, 1863
Trustees of the Peabody Education Fund, for the Southern States. 24th March 1867, The
Union Naval officers of the Civil War period, 1861-1865
United States Senate
Views of Charleston, South Carolina, 1861-1865
Views of fortifications, gun emplacements, breastworks, with and without personnel
Wallach Mansion, 201 Mass. Ave., N.W.
Walt Whitman (à Léon Bazalgette) : with two portraits
Washington Irving at the age of 66
Where Sherman failed--Chickasaw Bluffs
William Pennington. Speaker of the House of Representatives of the U.S. 36th Congress 1860
Willie Lincoln, third son of President Lincoln. Died February 20, 1862, at the age of 12
Wooden box with cover and iron handle formerly owned by Mathew Brady
Yorktown, Va., May 1862. A scene during the Civil War