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Случайные фотографии






Alexander Gardner
View of Slaughter Pen at Battle of Gettysburg.
[Photographic Incidents of the War. No. 265]
1863, July

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50123

Alexander Gardner, Gardner’s Gallery, Washington, D.C., published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.




Thomas C. Roche
Dead Confederate soldier in trenches before Petersburg
[The War for the Union]
1865, April

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50124

Thomas C. Roche, War Photograph & Exhibition Company, Hartford





Thomas C. Roche [Attributed to]
Camp Dinner
[War Views – Army of the Potomac. No. 2056]
1862 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50125

Published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.




Unidentified photographer
Freedom on the Plantation
1863-1866 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50126

Photographer unknown, possibly George N. Barnard or Hubbard & Mix.

A group of African American women sitting on piles of cotton with two white male overseers.

http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/vexhibit/_THEME_War_American_Civil_Robin_Stanford_Collection_01/5/0/0/





Hubbard & Mix (Beaufort, S.C.)
Negro Quarters on Fripp Place St. Helena’s [sic] Island, S.C.
1863-1866 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50127

The Fripps were a wealthy South Carolina family who owned several cotton plantations and slaves in the Saint Helena Island and Beaufort area. Cotton grown on Saint Helena, the other Sea Islands and Georgia consisted of a long-staple fiber used for the finest cotton. Sea Island cotton brought the highest prices, and Beaufort became a wealthy and cosmopolitan town because of the lucrative crop.




Osborn & Durbec’s Southern Stereoscopic Depot (Charleston, S.C.)
Sumter after the bombardment
1861, April

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50128

View shows men in archway, some in Confederate uniform.




E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. (New York, publisher)
Earth Entrenchments and Cannon, Maryland Heights, Harpers Ferry
[War Views. No. 2168]
1861

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50129

Three soldiers of the 22nd New York State Militia with cannon, a three-month unit.




E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. (New York, publisher)
Group of Soldiers in the Trenches, Morris Island, S.C.
[War Views. No. 2175]
1863-1865 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50130

Union soldiers drinking being served by African American man.

E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. (Нью-Йорк, Издательство)
Группа солдат в окопах, Моррис Айленд, S. C.
[Война Видом. № 2175]
1863-1865 (ca)
Солдаты Союза питьевой обслуживаются афро-американских человек.





Alexander Gardner
General Grant’s Campaign in Virginia, From Photographs by Gardner, Washington, District of Columbia
1864, 9 July

Wood engraving
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50102

Harper’s Weekly, July 9, 1864.

These pictures are based on stereograph views.



Thomas C. Roche [Attributed to]
The Amateur Barber
[War Views – Army of the Potomac. No. 2053]
1862 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50131

Published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.




Osborn & Durbec’s Southern Stereoscopic Depot (Charleston, S.C.)
Rockville Plantation Negro Church, Charleston, SC, Jany. 31, 1863. Plantation No. 7.
1860 (taken?) 1863, 31 January (dated)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50104

Unusual interior view of an African American church, dated 1863, but perhaps made in 1860. The town of Rockville is located on Wadmalaw Island in Charleston County.




Osborn & Durbec’s Southern Stereoscopic Depot (Charleston, S.C.)
Portion of Negro burying ground. Jany. 31, 1863. Plantation No. 8.
1863, 31 January (dated)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50132

The headstone for a respected slave reads: “In Memory of Sancho, an intelligent and Faithful Servant, to seven successive Masters and a Driver for more than half a century….”


Hubbard & Mix (Beaufort, S.C.)
Thorpe with the Negros working cotton, St. Helena’s [sic] Island
1864 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50133

View of a group of African Americans working, children foreground, cabins in background. David Franklin Thorpe was part of a group of northerners who went to South Carolina under the auspices of the Massachusetts Humane Society in March 1862. Later that year, he became plantation superintendent at the Thomas J. Fripp Plantation on Saint Helena Island. During the war, he leased and purchased property in in the area. Note slight differences in the people on each side of the card indicating the photographers did not use a double lens stereo camera, which would have taken the two images simultaneously.





Unidentified photographer
26th Colored Regt. (26th Regiment, US Colored Infantry, Camp William Penn, Pa.)
1864-1865 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50134

This African American regiment was organized in New York, February 1864.





Brady & Co. (Washington)
Camp at French’s Bridge, near Chickahominy, Va.
[War Views. No. 2340.]
1862 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50135

Negative by Brady & Co., Washington, published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.

Union camp during Peninsula Campaign, perhaps around the time of the Battle of Gaines’s Mill, June, 1862.




Alexander Gardner
A Contrast. Federal Buried; Confederate Unburied, Where They Fell on Battle Field of Antietam
[Photographic Incidents of the War. No. 551]
1862, September

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50136

Alexander Gardner. Gardner’s Gallery, Washington, D.C. published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.

http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/image/47152501360054783729/





McPherson & Oliver (Baton Rouge)
[Artillery post.] Port Hudson
1863-1864 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50137

McPherson & Oliver followed the army to Fort Morgan, Alabama where they also made a series of pictures. The partners returned to New Orleans in 1864 and operated a studio there until McPherson died in 1867.





Taylor & Huntington (Hartford)
Chattanooga, Tenn. In the foreground is the Railroad Depot of Chattanooga; a group of Rebel prisoners waiting for a train to take them North
[The War for the Union. No. 6653]
n.d.

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50138




Alexander Gardner
Confederate Wounded, After the Battle of Antietam, at Smith’s Barn, Dr. A. Hurd, 114 Indiana Volunteers, in Attendance
[Photographic Incidents of the War. No. 588]
1862, September

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50139

Alexander Gardner, Gardner’s Gallery, Washington, D.C., published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.





J.E. Larkin (Elmira, New York)
Rebel Prison at Elmira, 1865
[Home Views, No. 15]
1865

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50140

View shows a Union prison camp in upstate New York with Confederate prisoners lined up. Comparable to Andersonville, the overcrowded Elmira camp held more than 12,000 prisoners during the war; 25 percent died (2,963) primarily from malnutrition, poor sanitation, and exposure to harsh winters.




Louis de Planque [Attributed to]
American Side. Pontoon Bridge over Rio Grande River
1866 (ca)

Carte de visite
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50114

View facing Levee Street, Brownsville during Federal occupation. Note African American soldier from the 114th U.S. Colored troops. Given the scarcity of Texas war-time and just post-war photography, the cdvs and stereo views of Brownsville in the Robin Stanford Collection are particularly rare.



G.O, Brown (Baltimore, MD)
Rebel Grounds, near triangle of death. Wilderness field
[American Scenery (Stereoscopic). No. 95]
1866 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50141

Note destroyed trees.





John Carbutt
Return of a Foraging party, near Columbus, Ky.
1864, July (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50142

John Carbutt, Carbutt’s Garden City Photographic Art Gallery, Chicago.





George N. Barnard
Gen. Sherman’s men destroying the Railroad, before the evacuation of Atlanta, Ga.
[The War for the Union. No. 3630]
1864

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50143

George N. Barnard, published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.





Samuel A. Cooley
Genl. Sherman’s men wheeling Rebel shot & shell from Ft. McAllister, GA.
1864-1865 (ca)

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50144

Samuel A. Cooley, Photographer Tenth Army Corps, Hilton Head and Beaufort, S.C.

Sherman’s troops with wheelbarrows removing ammunition from Fort McAllister.













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