Certificate declaring that W. Warren Johnson has destroyed 300 bales of cotton weighing 400 pounds and belonging to J. B. Berry on May 4, 1862, by order of General P. G. T. Beauregard and Major General T. C. Hindman. Attested to by Will Williams...
Three items: envelope with notation by 1st Lieutenant W. T. Robinson, "To file away for Safe Keeping for future reference should it be necessary;" Circular No. 52 -- Series of 1863 entitled "Invoice of Ordnance and Ordance Stores."
Sheet music covers; Clothing & dress; Women; Singers
Oval lithograph with border of Jenny Lind (1820-1887), seated with hands folded, wearing formal dress and flowers in her hair. "Written and composed by A.F. Lindblad." "Rendered into English from the Swedish by J. Wrey Mould." Lithograph by Sarony...
Civil wars; Military officers; Generals; Peace; Surrenders; Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885; Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870
Cover depicts Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Gen. Robert E. Lee, in uniform, shaking hands, with the slogan "Let us have peace" printed above them. The remains of the battlefield are shown on the ground around them, including cannon, flags, and a drum.
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the columns in the cloister of Basilica de S. Giovanni in Laterano. The sketch shows an unfinished drawing and next to it a finished sketch. Strickland gives a handwritten description of the columns.
World War 1914-1918; Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Women; Gas masks; Rifles; War
Americans from the 118th Regiment Infantry (formerly First South Carolina Infantry, detachment First North Carolina Infantry, and Second South Carolina Infantry), 30th Division, passing through Brancourt le Grand, Aisne. The soldiers are standing...
Three Alsatian women in native dress standing near a canopy of trees. The woman on the left has her hand on a wooden chair. The women are wearing boldly patterned dresses and have oversized bows in their hair.