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Group, Gen. Marcy and friends, at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 2, 1862
Civil War stereographs, 1861-1865.
Photographic incidents of the war.
Gibson, James F., 1828-Gardner, Alexander, 1821-1882, distributorGardner & Gibson, copyright holder
New-York Historical Society
Stereograph: General Marcy and others, including civilians, posed for a group portrait.
Marcy, Randolph B. (Randolph Barnes), 1812-1887--PhotographsArmed Forces--Officers--PhotographsCivilians in war--PhotographsPortraits, Group--PhotographsUnited States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--PhotographsSoldiers--PhotographsYorktown (Va.)--Photographs
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Randolph B. Marcy (April 9, 1812-November 22, 1887) Graduated from West Point Military Academy in 1832. Well known for writing the Prairie Traveler in 1859, a frontier guidebook published by the U.S. Government. At the beginning of the Civil War Marcy served as chief of staff for General McClellan, his son-in-law, and was Inspector-General of the U. S. Army at the end of the war.