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Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07107; A black-and-white photograph of Sgt. John Martini in full-dress uniform, view is 3/4 standing, copyrighted by D. F. Barry. Photograph was taken about 1895; Barry label on the verso of print. Martini carried the last known message from Custer.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07107, D. F. Barry, "Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform," 1895

Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform

Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07107; A black-and-white photograph of Sgt. John Martini in full-dress uniform, view is 3/4 standing, copyrighted by D. F. Barry. Photograph was taken about 1895; Barry label on the verso of print. Martini carried the last known message from Custer.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07107, D. F. Barry, "Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform," 1895

Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform

First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07101; A black-and-white photograph of Tom Custer as 1st Lt. In full-dress uniform wearing his 2 Medal of Honors; photographer is unknown, circa 1873-1875; reverse has D. F. Barry label.  [note: Captain Custer was killed while commanding Company C.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07101, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform," circa 1873-1875

First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform

First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07101; A black-and-white photograph of Tom Custer as 1st Lt. In full-dress uniform wearing his 2 Medal of Honors; photographer is unknown, circa 1873-1875; reverse has D. F. Barry label.  [note: Captain Custer was killed while commanding Company C.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07101, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform," circa 1873-1875

First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform

Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00011_07100; A black-and-white photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer in 1874, photographer Orlando S. Goff, copyrighted by D. F. Barry, bust view.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07100, D. F. Barry, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Bust View," 1874

Elizabeth Bacon Custer

Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00011_07100; A black-and-white photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer in 1874, photographer Orlando S. Goff, copyrighted by D. F. Barry, bust view.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07100, D. F. Barry, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Bust View," 1874

Elizabeth Bacon Custer

Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife. LIBI_00011_07099; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) depicting General Custer and the hunting party that killed a grizzly bear - first grizzly Custer had ever killed; "Bloody Knife, Gen. Custer, Pvt. Noonon and Col. Ludlom" notation is apparent on print; originally photographed in 1874, by William H. Illingworth.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07099, W. H. Illingworth, "Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Colonel William Ludlow, and Private John Noonan," 1874

Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife

Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife. LIBI_00011_07099; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) depicting General Custer and the hunting party that killed a grizzly bear - first grizzly Custer had ever killed; "Bloody Knife, Gen. Custer, Pvt. Noonon and Col. Ludlom" notation is apparent on print; originally photographed in 1874, by William H. Illingworth.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07099, W. H. Illingworth, "Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Colonel William Ludlow, and Private John Noonan," 1874

Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife

Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00011_07098; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) of General George A. Custer, originally taken in 1865 by Mathew Brady. Custer is wearing a Major General's uniform. National Archives identification number in lower left-hand corner is B-4509. Reverse has typewritten script indicating Custer Rank as Brevet Major General.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07098, Mathew B. Brady, "Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer," 1865

Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer

Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00011_07098; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) of General George A. Custer, originally taken in 1865 by Mathew Brady. Custer is wearing a Major General's uniform. National Archives identification number in lower left-hand corner is B-4509. Reverse has typewritten script indicating Custer Rank as Brevet Major General.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07098, Mathew B. Brady, "Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer," 1865

Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer

Photo of the Custer Statue in Monroe, Michigan. LIBI_00025_01263; A black-and-white photograph, with cream and gray colored mat; depicting the Custer Statue at Monroe, Michigan. Handwritten notation and signature by Mrs. Custer.
Removed from frame in April, 1972. ; print, photographic [with mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00025_01263, Unknown Photographer, "Photo of the Custer Statue in Monroe, Michigan," date unknown

Photo of the Custer Statue in Monroe, Michigan

Photo of the Custer Statue in Monroe, Michigan. LIBI_00025_01263; A black-and-white photograph, with cream and gray colored mat; depicting the Custer Statue at Monroe, Michigan. Handwritten notation and signature by Mrs. Custer.
Removed from frame in April, 1972. ; print, photographic [with mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00025_01263, Unknown Photographer, "Photo of the Custer Statue in Monroe, Michigan," date unknown

Photo of the Custer Statue in Monroe, Michigan

Sun Bear with a Gun, Aged 84. LIBI_00025_01262; A hand-tinted photograph, mounted on card, of Sun Bear (a Cheyenne), George A. Custer fight participant) at age 84 in 1927; handwritten ink notation on print; produced by Thomas Marquis, in 1927.; print, photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00025_01262, Thomas B. Marquis, "Sun Bear with a Gun, Aged 84," 1927

Sun Bear with a Gun, Aged 84

Sun Bear with a Gun, Aged 84. LIBI_00025_01262; A hand-tinted photograph, mounted on card, of Sun Bear (a Cheyenne), George A. Custer fight participant) at age 84 in 1927; handwritten ink notation on print; produced by Thomas Marquis, in 1927.; print, photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00025_01262, Thomas B. Marquis, "Sun Bear with a Gun, Aged 84," 1927

Sun Bear with a Gun, Aged 84