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Civil War drawings collection, approximately 1861-1865.
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President Abraham Lincoln Lying in State in the Chicago Courthouse, Illinois.
Sketch of a man on a horse (verso).
Position of McClellan's Advance at the Battle of Philippi, Western Virginia (recto).
Sambo's Introduction to a Sub Marine Diver', Port Royal, South Carolina.
[Zouave and alligator sketches] (verso).
Two Vignettes of the Guard House near Langley, Virginia (Interior and Exterior) (recto).
The Blockade of Mobile--Chasing a Blockade Runner at Night.'
Fight of October 2nd, 1864.
Camp Fires at Night of the 8th Massachusetts Regiment and a Portion of the 7th Regiment of New York on the Road from Annapolis, Maryland, to Washington, D.C.
Siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi: Ruined Depot of Shreveport and Texas Railroad.
[Hillen's Report of the battle] (verso).
Battle Scene Near Marietta, Georgia (recto).
[Inscription and sketch of Kingston, Georgia] (verso).
Troop Wagons at Kingston, Georgia (recto).
The Camp Oven, Built by the 19th New York Volunteers, General Banks' Division, in Western Maryland; verso: sketch of a landscape and a man in profile.
Elaborate Burial Scene with Coffin Being Lowered into the Ground; affixed to verso: print of Columbia, South Carolina, State House.
Reserve Camp of the Rebs at Buzzard Roost, Rocky Face Ridge, Georgia.
Vignette of the Passage of the Rappahannock by the Grand Army of the Potomac at Fredericksburg, Virginia, Midnight, December 10, 1862.
Letter to Frank Leslie, written by Edmund Birckhead Bensell, dated May 12, 1862 (verso).
Launch of the Iron Clad Steam Frigate 'New Ironsides,' Philadelphia, May 10, 1862 (recto).
On the Route from Annapolis, Maryland, to Washington, D.C.
Lager and Flag Presentation, from 'Scenes, Sports, and Incidents in Camp Graham, near Washington, D.C.'
The Funeral--Catafalque at Springfield, Illinois,' President Abraham Lincoln's Funeral in the Capitol: Illustration for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (June 10, 1865).
[Explanation of three scenes on recto] (verso).