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SPECIALIZING IN ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA
Civil War Photos




FINEST KNOWN SIGNED CDV OF CONFEDERATE CAVALIER JOHN S. MOSBY, "THE GRAY GHOST" - Photographer: Alexander, Fairfax C.H., Va.







CDV of 6th Pa. Rush's Lancers Colonel Charles Ross Smith






CDV General Silas Casey - By Anthony/Brady







CDV General George Thomas - With Nashville Backmark






CDV Col. Ulric Dahlgren Killed in Cavalry Raid on Richmond







CDV Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart - The Famous Pose with Anthony Backmark






Early Stereoview, Yellow Mount & Probably by Quinby, Charleston, S.C. of the Interior of Fort Sumter in 1861 after Andersons Evacuation!






Identify this Fort Pictured on CDV: Possibly Castle Pinckney?  Or Some Southern Fort?








CDV General William P. Carlin - As Colonel of the 38th Illinois He Led a Brigade at Perrysville, Stone's River & Fought through the Carolina's






CDV General W. K. Strong - Commanded the Department of the Missouri, Benton Barracks & Investigated the Evacuation of New Madrid, MO.







Stereoview Showing 20 Negro Laborers on Rice Raft in South Carolina - Nice Inexpensive Negro Heritage Piece








CDV Signed on the Front of Colonel George Henry Pierson of the 5th Massachusetts Infantry








Beautiful Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of a Cute Little Gal - In Pristine Guetta-Percha Case







Two Brady/Anthony Stereoviews: Tent Life of the 31st Pennsylvania Regiment - Two Fantastic Views of Camp Life





Inexpensive CDV of Union General David B. Birney Wearing his Kearney Medal of Honor - Birney Commanded the 3rd Corps at Gettysburg at Sickles was Wounded






8th Illinois Cavalry CDV - Signed on the Front, Lt. George H. Gamble - Fought with Farnsworth at Gettysburg, later a P.O.W. & Escaped from Columbia, S.C.!







20th Mass. CDV of Sgt. Josiah F. Murphy, Wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg - Murphy was one of the "Nantucket Boys"






Rare Stereoview of the Inside of Fort Moultrie by Savannah Photographer D. J. Ryan






CDV Gettysburg Hero John Reynolds KIA - Not Your Common View








CDV Signed on the Front - John B. Conyngham Lt. Col. 52nd Pennsylvania Infantry - He led the First Regiment into Charleston in Feb. 1865 and Raised the Fort Sumter Flag!







Pair of Anthony Stereoviews of the "Ruins of Central Hall, Char. S.C. Effects of the Great Fire in 1862" & the Ruins of the Circular Church & Sec. Hall with St. Michael's Church in the Background - Brady Negative







Confederate Document & CDV: The Blakely Gun Battery in Charleston, a Rare Pair!