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Unidentified Soldier and His Family in Front of Two Tents, 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansa. LIBI_00019_00501; This item is an original albumen photograph of an unidentified soldier and his family standing in front of 2 tents in the 7th Cavalry camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The 5 1/4 x 8 1/4" (8 x 9 7/8" mounted).  The image was produced circa 1868 and was possibly taken by W.S. Soule.  On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Ft. Hayes [illegible words]."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Soldier's family/Camp near Ft. Hays."Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 97.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00501, William S. Soule, "Unidentified Soldier and His Family in Front of Two Tents, 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas," circa 1868

Unidentified Soldier and His Family in Front of Two Tents, 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansa

Group on Horseback with a Running Buffalo in the Foreground, During a Hunting Party for Lord Waterpark Hosted By George Armstrong Custe. LIBI_00019_00499; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of a group on horseback, with a running buffalo in the foreground, during a hunting party provided to Lord Waterpark by George A. Custer.  The photograph is 4 1/4 x 6 1/4" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted).  As noted on page 85 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 by W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  Some fading and water stains are evident on the image.  Katz identifies the subjects, from left to right, as: an orderly, Lieutenant Henry J. Nowlan, Sutler Hill P. Wilson, Captain Thomas Weir, Lieutenant James M. Bell, Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, Captain Frederick Benteen, Lieutenant Thomas W. Custer, Captain William Thompson and Charley Thompson.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Same size. Send us the wood before cutting."  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Buffalo near Ft. Hays."Note: "Pkg #12" and "Box 5" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The C

Group on Horseback with a Running Buffalo in the Foreground, During a Hunting Party for Lord Waterpark Hosted By George Armstrong Custe

Group on Horseback with a Running Buffalo in the Foreground, During a Hunting Party for Lord Waterpark Hosted By George Armstrong Custe. LIBI_00019_00499; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of a group on horseback, with a running buffalo in the foreground, during a hunting party provided to Lord Waterpark by George A. Custer.  The photograph is 4 1/4 x 6 1/4" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted).  As noted on page 85 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 by W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  Some fading and water stains are evident on the image.  Katz identifies the subjects, from left to right, as: an orderly, Lieutenant Henry J. Nowlan, Sutler Hill P. Wilson, Captain Thomas Weir, Lieutenant James M. Bell, Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, Captain Frederick Benteen, Lieutenant Thomas W. Custer, Captain William Thompson and Charley Thompson.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Same size. Send us the wood before cutting."  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Buffalo near Ft. Hays."Note: "Pkg #12" and "Box 5" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The C

Group on Horseback with a Running Buffalo in the Foreground, During a Hunting Party for Lord Waterpark Hosted By George Armstrong Custe

Group [left to right]: Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Miss Talmadge, Captain William Thompson, Lord Waterpark, Lord Alfred Paget, Lieutenant Myles Moylan, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, Lieutenant William W. Cooke, Eliz. LIBI_00019_00498; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of a group of 14 people and several dogs in front of a tent on a buffalo hunt while camped near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 4 3/4 x 7 1/2" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted").  As noted on page 85 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributable to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  Katz identifies the subjects, from left to right, as: Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, Miss Talmadge, Captain William Thompson, Lord Waterpark, Lord Paget, Lieutenant Myles Moylan, Captain Thomas Weir, Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, Lieutenant William W. Cooke, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, Lieutenant Thomas W. Custer, Captain Brewster, Mrs. Godfrey and Mr. Talmadge.  On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "A. and 2 English guests/Col. Weir/G.A./Col. Thompson/Col. Cook/Gen'l Sturgis/Tom Custer."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads: "Kansas/Buffalo hunt given to/Lord Waterpark/Lord Paget/Officers of the

Group [left to right]: Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Miss Talmadge, Captain William Thompson, Lord Waterpark, Lord Alfred Paget, Lieutenant Myles Moylan, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, Lieutenant William W. Cooke, Eliz

Group [left to right]: Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Miss Talmadge, Captain William Thompson, Lord Waterpark, Lord Alfred Paget, Lieutenant Myles Moylan, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, Lieutenant William W. Cooke, Eliz. LIBI_00019_00498; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of a group of 14 people and several dogs in front of a tent on a buffalo hunt while camped near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 4 3/4 x 7 1/2" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted").  As noted on page 85 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributable to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  Katz identifies the subjects, from left to right, as: Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, Miss Talmadge, Captain William Thompson, Lord Waterpark, Lord Paget, Lieutenant Myles Moylan, Captain Thomas Weir, Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, Lieutenant William W. Cooke, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, Lieutenant Thomas W. Custer, Captain Brewster, Mrs. Godfrey and Mr. Talmadge.  On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "A. and 2 English guests/Col. Weir/G.A./Col. Thompson/Col. Cook/Gen'l Sturgis/Tom Custer."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads: "Kansas/Buffalo hunt given to/Lord Waterpark/Lord Paget/Officers of the

Group [left to right]: Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Miss Talmadge, Captain William Thompson, Lord Waterpark, Lord Alfred Paget, Lieutenant Myles Moylan, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, Lieutenant William W. Cooke, Eliz

Group [Left to Right]: Unidentified 7th Cavalry Trooper, Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer, Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer, Nettie Smith, Mary McIntosh, in Front of the Headquarters Tent at the 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort. LIBI_00019_00497; This item is an original albumen photograph of a group of 6 people at the headquarters tent at the 7th Cavalry camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas with 4 additional tents and 1 soldier in the background. The photograph is 5 1/2 x 8 1/4" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted).  As noted on page 81 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributable to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  The photograph is unevenly cut and has a tear in the upper right corner.  Katz identifies the subjects, from left to right, as: unidentified 7th Cavalry trooper, Lieutenant George A. Custer, Dr. Dunbar, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, Lieutenant Thomas W. Custer, Mrs. A.E. Smith and Mrs. Donald McIntosh.  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Gen'l Custer's headquarters camp/Camp near Ft. Hays Kansas" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 81.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the

Group [Left to Right]: Unidentified 7th Cavalry Trooper, Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer, Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer, Nettie Smith, Mary McIntosh, in Front of the Headquarters Tent at the 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort

Group [Left to Right]: Unidentified 7th Cavalry Trooper, Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer, Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer, Nettie Smith, Mary McIntosh, in Front of the Headquarters Tent at the 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort. LIBI_00019_00497; This item is an original albumen photograph of a group of 6 people at the headquarters tent at the 7th Cavalry camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas with 4 additional tents and 1 soldier in the background. The photograph is 5 1/2 x 8 1/4" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted).  As noted on page 81 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributable to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  The photograph is unevenly cut and has a tear in the upper right corner.  Katz identifies the subjects, from left to right, as: unidentified 7th Cavalry trooper, Lieutenant George A. Custer, Dr. Dunbar, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, Lieutenant Thomas W. Custer, Mrs. A.E. Smith and Mrs. Donald McIntosh.  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Gen'l Custer's headquarters camp/Camp near Ft. Hays Kansas" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 81.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the

Group [Left to Right]: Unidentified 7th Cavalry Trooper, Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer, Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer, Nettie Smith, Mary McIntosh, in Front of the Headquarters Tent at the 7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort

General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated at a Table in Front of the Camp Headquarters Tent Near Fort Hays, Kansas. LIBI_00019_00496; This item is copy No. 2 of an albumen photograph of General and Mrs. George A. Custer eating at camp headquarters near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 5 5/8 x 8 1/4" (8" x 10" mounted).  As noted in D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributable to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  A tissue overlay was originally included with the photograph but is now missing.  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Camp on Big Creek Kansas are in the [illegible words]."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Box 5" is handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 79, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 83.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00496, W. J. Phillips, "General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated at a Table in Front of the Camp Headquarters Tent

General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated at a Table in Front of the Camp Headquarters Tent Near Fort Hays, Kansas

General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated at a Table in Front of the Camp Headquarters Tent Near Fort Hays, Kansas. LIBI_00019_00496; This item is copy No. 2 of an albumen photograph of General and Mrs. George A. Custer eating at camp headquarters near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 5 5/8 x 8 1/4" (8" x 10" mounted).  As noted in D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributable to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  A tissue overlay was originally included with the photograph but is now missing.  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Camp on Big Creek Kansas are in the [illegible words]."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Box 5" is handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 79, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 83.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00496, W. J. Phillips, "General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated at a Table in Front of the Camp Headquarters Tent

General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated at a Table in Front of the Camp Headquarters Tent Near Fort Hays, Kansas

Group Including [left to right] Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Mr. J. R. Young, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Nettie Smith, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Mr. Lamborn, Mary McIntosh, and Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson, in Front of General Geo. LIBI_00019_00495; This item is an original albumen photograph of a group of 9 people in front General George A. Custer's headquarters at the 7th Cavalry camp near Ft. Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 6 x 8 1/8" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted).  As noted on page 83 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributed to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  Foxing is evident on the front of the image.  Katz identifies the subjects in the photograph, from left to right, as: Dr. Dunbar, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, Mr. J.R. Young (of the New York Tribune), Captain Thomas B. Weir, Mrs. Nettie Smith, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, Mr. Lamborn (secretary of the Union Pacific Railroad), Mrs. Donald McIntosh and Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads: "A. [illegible word] tent/B. [illegible word] tent/C. [illegible word] tent/[illegible sentence]/Gen'l hdqrs at Ft. Hays 1867-'69/1. Mrs. C./2. Col. Weir/3. Mrs. A.E. Smith/4. [illegible words]/5. [illegible words]/6. [ill

Group Including [left to right] Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Mr. J. R. Young, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Nettie Smith, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Mr. Lamborn, Mary McIntosh, and Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson, in Front of General Geo

Group Including [left to right] Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Mr. J. R. Young, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Nettie Smith, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Mr. Lamborn, Mary McIntosh, and Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson, in Front of General Geo. LIBI_00019_00495; This item is an original albumen photograph of a group of 9 people in front General George A. Custer's headquarters at the 7th Cavalry camp near Ft. Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 6 x 8 1/8" (8" x 9 7/8" mounted).  As noted on page 83 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1869 and is attributed to W.J. Phillips of Preston, Missouri.  Foxing is evident on the front of the image.  Katz identifies the subjects in the photograph, from left to right, as: Dr. Dunbar, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, Mr. J.R. Young (of the New York Tribune), Captain Thomas B. Weir, Mrs. Nettie Smith, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer, Mr. Lamborn (secretary of the Union Pacific Railroad), Mrs. Donald McIntosh and Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads: "A. [illegible word] tent/B. [illegible word] tent/C. [illegible word] tent/[illegible sentence]/Gen'l hdqrs at Ft. Hays 1867-'69/1. Mrs. C./2. Col. Weir/3. Mrs. A.E. Smith/4. [illegible words]/5. [illegible words]/6. [ill

Group Including [left to right] Dr. Dunbar, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Mr. J. R. Young, Captain Thomas Benton Weir, Nettie Smith, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, Mr. Lamborn, Mary McIntosh, and Lieutenant Francis M. Gibson, in Front of General Geo

7th Cavalry Dismounted During Evening Parade, Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas. LIBI_00019_00494; This item is an original sepia toned albumen photograph of the 7th Cavalry in the evening parade (dismounted) at their camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 5 3/8 x 8" (8 x 9 7/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1867.  The photographer is possibly W.S. Soule.  Foxing and watermarks are visible on the front of the image.  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Evening parade/7th Cavalry near Fort Hays Kansas."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, pages 96-97.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00494, William S. Soule, "7th Cavalry Dismounted During Evening Parade, Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas," circa 1867

7th Cavalry Dismounted During Evening Parade, Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas

7th Cavalry Dismounted During Evening Parade, Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas. LIBI_00019_00494; This item is an original sepia toned albumen photograph of the 7th Cavalry in the evening parade (dismounted) at their camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas.  The photograph is 5 3/8 x 8" (8 x 9 7/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1867.  The photographer is possibly W.S. Soule.  Foxing and watermarks are visible on the front of the image.  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Evening parade/7th Cavalry near Fort Hays Kansas."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, pages 96-97.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00494, William S. Soule, "7th Cavalry Dismounted During Evening Parade, Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas," circa 1867

7th Cavalry Dismounted During Evening Parade, Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas

7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas with Five People Seated in the Foreground. LIBI_00019_00493; This item is an original albumen photograph of the 7th Cavalry camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas with 5 people seated in the foreground.  The photograph is 5 3/4 x 8" (8 x 9 7/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1868.  The photographer is possibly W.S. Soule.  Some foxing is evident on the front of the image and the top corners haven been cut.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Camp near Ft. Hays Kansas 1867."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 81.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00493, William S. Soule, "7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas with Five People Seated in the Foreground," circa 1868

7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas with Five People Seated in the Foreground

7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas with Five People Seated in the Foreground. LIBI_00019_00493; This item is an original albumen photograph of the 7th Cavalry camp near Fort Hayes, Kansas with 5 people seated in the foreground.  The photograph is 5 3/4 x 8" (8 x 9 7/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1868.  The photographer is possibly W.S. Soule.  Some foxing is evident on the front of the image and the top corners haven been cut.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Camp near Ft. Hays Kansas 1867."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Pkg #12" handwritten on the verso.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 81.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00493, William S. Soule, "7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas with Five People Seated in the Foreground," circa 1868

7th Cavalry Camp Near Fort Hays, Kansas with Five People Seated in the Foreground

Captain Charles Christy Wearing a Hat and Bow Tie; Sepia Toned. LIBI_00019_00491; This item is an original sepia toned photograph of Captain Charles Christy in bust view.  The photograph is 3 x 5 1/2" (3 5/16 x 5 15/16" unmounted) and was produced at an unknown date by Nash.  On the front, the image is signed, "Sincerely Yours/Capt. Charles Christy/Old Scout of/Gen'l George A. Custer."  "Nast" is written just below the image on the right.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [With folder mount]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00491, Mathias O. Nash, "Captain Charles Christy Wearing a Hat and Bow Tie; Sepia Toned," date unknown

Captain Charles Christy Wearing a Hat and Bow Tie; Sepia Toned

Captain Charles Christy Wearing a Hat and Bow Tie; Sepia Toned. LIBI_00019_00491; This item is an original sepia toned photograph of Captain Charles Christy in bust view.  The photograph is 3 x 5 1/2" (3 5/16 x 5 15/16" unmounted) and was produced at an unknown date by Nash.  On the front, the image is signed, "Sincerely Yours/Capt. Charles Christy/Old Scout of/Gen'l George A. Custer."  "Nast" is written just below the image on the right.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [With folder mount]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00491, Mathias O. Nash, "Captain Charles Christy Wearing a Hat and Bow Tie; Sepia Toned," date unknown

Captain Charles Christy Wearing a Hat and Bow Tie; Sepia Toned

Custer's Camp on French Creek, Dakota Territory. LIBI_00019_00490; This item is a black-and-white silver gelatin print of George A. Custer's camp during the Black Hills Expedition on  French Creek.  The photograph is 4 x 7 5/8" unmounted and was produced in 1874 by William H. Illingworth.  The image was made from a glass plate negative.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in blue ink reads: "Custer Expedition, 1874.  Photo by Illingworth.  Custer's camp on French Creek, 2 1/2 miles below present site of Custer City, S. Dak. Calamity Peak at left."  Another handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Illingworth, photographer/From Lawrence K. Fox/Perry, S. Dakota."  A portion of the handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00490, W. H. Illingworth, "Custer's Camp on French Creek, Dakota Territory," 1874

Custer's Camp on French Creek, Dakota Territory

Custer's Camp on French Creek, Dakota Territory. LIBI_00019_00490; This item is a black-and-white silver gelatin print of George A. Custer's camp during the Black Hills Expedition on  French Creek.  The photograph is 4 x 7 5/8" unmounted and was produced in 1874 by William H. Illingworth.  The image was made from a glass plate negative.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in blue ink reads: "Custer Expedition, 1874.  Photo by Illingworth.  Custer's camp on French Creek, 2 1/2 miles below present site of Custer City, S. Dak. Calamity Peak at left."  Another handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Illingworth, photographer/From Lawrence K. Fox/Perry, S. Dakota."  A portion of the handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00490, W. H. Illingworth, "Custer's Camp on French Creek, Dakota Territory," 1874

Custer's Camp on French Creek, Dakota Territory

Unidentified Wagon Train Master from the Yellowstone Expedition in Top Hat Holding a Cane with a Dog at His Feet. LIBI_00019_00489; This item is an original albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of an unidentified wagon train master for the Yellowstone Expedition with a dog lying at his feet.  The photograph is 3 7/8 x 6" (4 3/8 x 6 5/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1873 by an unknown photographer.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in blue ink reads, "The general's teamster on the Yellow Stone Expedition."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00489, Unknown Photographer, "Unidentified Wagon Train Master from the Yellowstone Expedition in Top Hat Holding a Cane with a Dog at His Feet," circa 1873

Unidentified Wagon Train Master from the Yellowstone Expedition in Top Hat Holding a Cane with a Dog at His Feet

Unidentified Wagon Train Master from the Yellowstone Expedition in Top Hat Holding a Cane with a Dog at His Feet. LIBI_00019_00489; This item is an original albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of an unidentified wagon train master for the Yellowstone Expedition with a dog lying at his feet.  The photograph is 3 7/8 x 6" (4 3/8 x 6 5/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1873 by an unknown photographer.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in blue ink reads, "The general's teamster on the Yellow Stone Expedition."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00489, Unknown Photographer, "Unidentified Wagon Train Master from the Yellowstone Expedition in Top Hat Holding a Cane with a Dog at His Feet," circa 1873

Unidentified Wagon Train Master from the Yellowstone Expedition in Top Hat Holding a Cane with a Dog at His Feet

Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan and Colonel William Ludlow with a Bear Killed While Hunting During the Black Hills Expedition. LIBI_00019_00488; This item is an original albumen photograph of a hunting party and large bear killed on the Black Hills Expedition.  The photograph is 6 1/2 x 9 1/8" (8 x 9 1/2" mounted) and was produced in circa 1874 by William H. Illingworth of St. Paul, Minnesota.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Gen'l Custer in [illegible word] with his first grizzly [illegible words]."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Col. Ludlow/Private Noonan/Bloody Knife - Indian Scout" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.  General George A. Custer is seated between Bloody Knife and Private Noonan, directly behind the bear.  A letter recounting the killing of the bear is reprinted in Mrs. Custer's book, "Boots and Saddles," page 304.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00488, W. H. Illingworth, "Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan and Colonel William Ludlow with a Bear

Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan and Colonel William Ludlow with a Bear Killed While Hunting During the Black Hills Expedition

Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan and Colonel William Ludlow with a Bear Killed While Hunting During the Black Hills Expedition. LIBI_00019_00488; This item is an original albumen photograph of a hunting party and large bear killed on the Black Hills Expedition.  The photograph is 6 1/2 x 9 1/8" (8 x 9 1/2" mounted) and was produced in circa 1874 by William H. Illingworth of St. Paul, Minnesota.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Gen'l Custer in [illegible word] with his first grizzly [illegible words]."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Col. Ludlow/Private Noonan/Bloody Knife - Indian Scout" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.  General George A. Custer is seated between Bloody Knife and Private Noonan, directly behind the bear.  A letter recounting the killing of the bear is reprinted in Mrs. Custer's book, "Boots and Saddles," page 304.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00488, W. H. Illingworth, "Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan and Colonel William Ludlow with a Bear

Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan and Colonel William Ludlow with a Bear Killed While Hunting During the Black Hills Expedition

Headquarters Building, Austin, Texas with a Group on the Porch. LIBI_00019_00484; This item is an original albumen photograph of a group on the steps of the Austin, Texas headquarters.  The long view photograph is 5 1/2 x 7 5/16" (7 3/4 x 9 5/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1865 by an unknown photographer.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads: "Hdqrs/Austin, Texas/The General/Tom Custer/Father Custer/Col. Jacob & Nellie Green/E.B.C. in front of Autie."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.  Four 2 cent photographic cancellation stamps, featuring the image of George Washington, are also adhered to the verso.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00484, Unknown Photographer, "Headquarters Building, Austin, Texas with a Group on the Porch," circa 1865

Headquarters Building, Austin, Texas with a Group on the Porch