Sixth-plate ambrotype

of Unidentified Lynchburg Volunteer

Company E, 11th Virginia Inf.

"Lynchburg Rifles"

Hand Colored, Signed "Rees"




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Half-plate ambrotype

of Captain William W. Cosby

Company H, 2nd Va. Light Artillery

from Goochland County, Virginia

Signed "Rees, Richmond"


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New Testament by Conf. Bible Society

of Private Thomas Cock

Company A, 21st Virginia Infantry

"Red House Volunteers"

Struck by Bullet at Monocacy



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Monocacy National Battlefield



Corporal Samuel Henry Overton

of Company A, 44th Virginia Infantry

Later Company A, 20th Va. H.A.

"Appomattox Invincibles"

Half-plate ambrotype signed "Rees"



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Frock Coat of

Major James Gaven Field

Quartermaster of Third Corps, A.N.Va.

"Staff of General A.P. Hill

From Culpeper County, Virginia



National Park Service

Appomattox Court House N.H.P



First Model Maynard Carbine

Inscribed to

Private J. R. Phillips

Company A, Cobb's Georgia Legion




Thomas R. R. Cobb House

Athens, Georgia



Three-Quarter Plate Ambrotype

of Captain George W. Hackworth

First Virginia State Line (Cavalry)

Cabell County, Virgini

(now West Virginia)



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Sixth-Plate Ambrotype

of Private Samuel Wilhelm,

Fourth Virginia Infantry

Rockbridge County, Virginia

Stonewall Brigade



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Sixth-Plate Ambrotype

Thought To Be Of

Private Abner Wilhelm

Second Rockbridge Artillery

Rockbridge County, Virginia



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"...Desolate Pride..."

Captain William McRorie

Company A, Fourth North Carolina Infantry

killed in action, May 12, 1864

Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia



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Quarter-Plate Ambrotype

of Private George Hamilton Guinn

Company A, 52nd Virginia Infantry

from Rockbridge County, Virginia

Image taken in Staunton, Virginia



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