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Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer Seated in Full Military Dress; Bust View and Oval Print. LIBI_00019_00288; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in bust view and wearing full military dress.  The oval-shaped photograph is 3 5/8 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1875 by Jose M. Mora of New York.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 133.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00288, Jose M. Mora, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer Seated in Full Military Dress; Bust View and Oval Print," circa 1875
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer Seated in Full Military Dress; Bust View and Oval Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00288; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in bust view and wearing full military dress. The oval-shaped photograph is 3 5/8 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1875 by Jose M. Mora of New York. The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 133.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00288, Jose M. Mora, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer Seated in Full Military Dress; Bust View and Oval Print," circa 1875
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print. LIBI_00019_00286; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The photograph is 4 1/16 x 5 3/4" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1875 by Jose M. Mora of New York.  This image is identical to catalog number 284; however, 284 is an oval print.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 132.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00286, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print," circa 1875
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00286; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The photograph is 4 1/16 x 5 3/4" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1875 by Jose M. Mora of New York. This image is identical to catalog number 284; however, 284 is an oval print. The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 132.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00286, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print," circa 1875
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print. LIBI_00019_00286; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The photograph is 4 1/16 x 5 3/4" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1875 by Jose M. Mora of New York.  This image is identical to catalog number 284; however, 284 is an oval print.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 132.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00286, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print," circa 1875
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00286; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The photograph is 4 1/16 x 5 3/4" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1875 by Jose M. Mora of New York. This image is identical to catalog number 284; however, 284 is an oval print. The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 132.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00286, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket; Square Print," circa 1875
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print. LIBI_00019_00285; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in long bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The photograph is 4 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1870 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York.  Slight fading is evident on the image.  The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 120.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00285, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print," circa 1870
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00285; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in long bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The photograph is 4 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1870 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York. Slight fading is evident on the image. The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 120.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00285, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print," circa 1870
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print. LIBI_00019_00285; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in long bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The photograph is 4 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1870 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York.  Slight fading is evident on the image.  The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 120.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00285, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print," circa 1870
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00285; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in long bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The photograph is 4 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1870 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York. Slight fading is evident on the image. The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink on the front.Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 120.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00285, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Posed in Long Bust View-Oval Print," circa 1870
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print. LIBI_00019_00284; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The oval-shaped photograph is 3 5/8 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by Jose M. Mora of New York City.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 142, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 130.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00284, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00284; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The oval-shaped photograph is 3 5/8 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by Jose M. Mora of New York City. The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 142, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 130.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00284, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print. LIBI_00019_00284; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The oval-shaped photograph is 3 5/8 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by Jose M. Mora of New York City.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 142, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 130.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00284, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00284; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The oval-shaped photograph is 3 5/8 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by Jose M. Mora of New York City. The photographer's stamp is printed on the front.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 142, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 130.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00284, Jose M. Mora, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes with a Flower on His Jacket-Oval Print," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat. LIBI_00019_00283; This item is an original albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The oval-shaped photograph is 4 1/2 x 6 3/8" mounted and was produced circa 1872 by Scholten of St. Louis, Missouri.  Foxing is evident on both the front and the verso.  The front of the item is signed, "Truly your friend, G.A. Custer, July 1, 1872."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 95.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00283, J. A. Scholten, "General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat," circa 1872
General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00283; This item is an original albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The oval-shaped photograph is 4 1/2 x 6 3/8" mounted and was produced circa 1872 by Scholten of St. Louis, Missouri. Foxing is evident on both the front and the verso. The front of the item is signed, "Truly your friend, G.A. Custer, July 1, 1872."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 95.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00283, J. A. Scholten, "General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat," circa 1872
General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat. LIBI_00019_00283; This item is an original albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes.  The oval-shaped photograph is 4 1/2 x 6 3/8" mounted and was produced circa 1872 by Scholten of St. Louis, Missouri.  Foxing is evident on both the front and the verso.  The front of the item is signed, "Truly your friend, G.A. Custer, July 1, 1872."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 95.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00283, J. A. Scholten, "General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat," circa 1872
General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00283; This item is an original albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer in bust view and dressed in civilian clothes. The oval-shaped photograph is 4 1/2 x 6 3/8" mounted and was produced circa 1872 by Scholten of St. Louis, Missouri. Foxing is evident on both the front and the verso. The front of the item is signed, "Truly your friend, G.A. Custer, July 1, 1872."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 95.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00283, J. A. Scholten, "General George Armstrong Custer Wearing a Fur-Collared Coat," circa 1872
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress. LIBI_00019_00281; This item is an oval-shaped carbon print referred to as Lambertype photograph of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress and shown in bust view.  The photograph is 3 1/2 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by William H. Illingworth of St. Paul, Minnesota.  On the front, the photographer's stamp is printed in white ink below the image.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Gen'l Custer/Mrs. C wants [illegible word]."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 118.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00281, W. H. Illingworth, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Seated in Bust View," circa 1874
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00281; This item is an oval-shaped carbon print referred to as Lambertype photograph of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress and shown in bust view. The photograph is 3 1/2 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by William H. Illingworth of St. Paul, Minnesota. On the front, the photographer's stamp is printed in white ink below the image. On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Gen'l Custer/Mrs. C wants [illegible word]."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 118.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00281, W. H. Illingworth, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Seated in Bust View," circa 1874
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress. LIBI_00019_00281; This item is an oval-shaped carbon print referred to as Lambertype photograph of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress and shown in bust view.  The photograph is 3 1/2 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by William H. Illingworth of St. Paul, Minnesota.  On the front, the photographer's stamp is printed in white ink below the image.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Gen'l Custer/Mrs. C wants [illegible word]."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 118.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00281, W. H. Illingworth, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Seated in Bust View," circa 1874
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00281; This item is an oval-shaped carbon print referred to as Lambertype photograph of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress and shown in bust view. The photograph is 3 1/2 x 4 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1874 by William H. Illingworth of St. Paul, Minnesota. On the front, the photographer's stamp is printed in white ink below the image. On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Gen'l Custer/Mrs. C wants [illegible word]."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 118.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00281, W. H. Illingworth, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Seated in Bust View," circa 1874
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress. LIBI_00019_00280; Item 1 is an original albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress.  The subject is shown in three-quarter length seated view.  The photograph is 4 x 6" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted on mint green mount with gilded edge) and was produced circa 1874 by Huntington of Taylor's Gallery in St. Paul, Minnesota.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Taken at St. Paul June 1874."  The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink.Item 2 is an enlarged a reproduction print of the albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress.  This black-and-white silver gelatin photograph is 8 x 10".Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso;Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 67, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 112.; Cabinet CARD [Card photograph]; Print, Photograph [Reproduction]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00280, Huntin
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00280; Item 1 is an original albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress. The subject is shown in three-quarter length seated view. The photograph is 4 x 6" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted on mint green mount with gilded edge) and was produced circa 1874 by Huntington of Taylor's Gallery in St. Paul, Minnesota. On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Taken at St. Paul June 1874." The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink.Item 2 is an enlarged a reproduction print of the albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress. This black-and-white silver gelatin photograph is 8 x 10".Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso;Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 67, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 112.; Cabinet CARD [Card photograph]; Print, Photograph [Reproduction]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00280, Huntin
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress. LIBI_00019_00280; Item 1 is an original albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress.  The subject is shown in three-quarter length seated view.  The photograph is 4 x 6" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted on mint green mount with gilded edge) and was produced circa 1874 by Huntington of Taylor's Gallery in St. Paul, Minnesota.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Taken at St. Paul June 1874."  The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink.Item 2 is an enlarged a reproduction print of the albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress.  This black-and-white silver gelatin photograph is 8 x 10".Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso;Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 67, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 112.; Cabinet CARD [Card photograph]; Print, Photograph [Reproduction]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00280, Huntin
Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00280; Item 1 is an original albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress. The subject is shown in three-quarter length seated view. The photograph is 4 x 6" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted on mint green mount with gilded edge) and was produced circa 1874 by Huntington of Taylor's Gallery in St. Paul, Minnesota. On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Taken at St. Paul June 1874." The photographer's stamp is printed in gold ink.Item 2 is an enlarged a reproduction print of the albumen cabinet card of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in civilian dress. This black-and-white silver gelatin photograph is 8 x 10".Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso;Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 67, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 112.; Cabinet CARD [Card photograph]; Print, Photograph [Reproduction]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00280, Huntin
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress. LIBI_00019_00279; This item is an original albumen cabinet card of General George A. Custer in civilian dress.  The bust view photograph is 4 x 5 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1876 by Matthew B. Brady of Washington, D.C.  On the front, a typed notation reads, "M.B. Brady, Washington, D.C."  On the verso, handwritten notations in pencil read, "This is evidently the General/Tom Custer as brother."  The photographer's stamp is printed in black.Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso.  Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 88.; CABINET CARD [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00279, Mathew B. Brady, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Wearing a Puff Tie," circa 1876
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00279; This item is an original albumen cabinet card of General George A. Custer in civilian dress. The bust view photograph is 4 x 5 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1876 by Matthew B. Brady of Washington, D.C. On the front, a typed notation reads, "M.B. Brady, Washington, D.C." On the verso, handwritten notations in pencil read, "This is evidently the General/Tom Custer as brother." The photographer's stamp is printed in black.Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 88.; CABINET CARD [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00279, Mathew B. Brady, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Wearing a Puff Tie," circa 1876
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress. LIBI_00019_00279; This item is an original albumen cabinet card of General George A. Custer in civilian dress.  The bust view photograph is 4 x 5 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1876 by Matthew B. Brady of Washington, D.C.  On the front, a typed notation reads, "M.B. Brady, Washington, D.C."  On the verso, handwritten notations in pencil read, "This is evidently the General/Tom Custer as brother."  The photographer's stamp is printed in black.Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso.  Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 88.; CABINET CARD [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00279, Mathew B. Brady, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Wearing a Puff Tie," circa 1876
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00279; This item is an original albumen cabinet card of General George A. Custer in civilian dress. The bust view photograph is 4 x 5 5/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted) and was produced circa 1876 by Matthew B. Brady of Washington, D.C. On the front, a typed notation reads, "M.B. Brady, Washington, D.C." On the verso, handwritten notations in pencil read, "This is evidently the General/Tom Custer as brother." The photographer's stamp is printed in black.Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 123, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 88.; CABINET CARD [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00279, Mathew B. Brady, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress, Wearing a Puff Tie," circa 1876
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat. LIBI_00019_00278; This item is an original tintype of General George A. Custer in civilian clothes.  The collodion emulsion tintype is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" mounted in the original pink folder and was produced circa 1871 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York.  The subject is shown in long bust view.  On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square."  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Genl. G.A. Custer - Born in 1839  & made a name for himself."Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; Tintype [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00278, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat," circa 1871
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00278; This item is an original tintype of General George A. Custer in civilian clothes. The collodion emulsion tintype is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" mounted in the original pink folder and was produced circa 1871 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York. The subject is shown in long bust view. On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square." On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Genl. G.A. Custer - Born in 1839 & made a name for himself."Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; Tintype [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00278, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat," circa 1871
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat. LIBI_00019_00278; This item is an original tintype of General George A. Custer in civilian clothes.  The collodion emulsion tintype is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" mounted in the original pink folder and was produced circa 1871 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York.  The subject is shown in long bust view.  On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square."  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Genl. G.A. Custer - Born in 1839  & made a name for himself."Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; Tintype [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00278, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat," circa 1871
General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00278; This item is an original tintype of General George A. Custer in civilian clothes. The collodion emulsion tintype is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" mounted in the original pink folder and was produced circa 1871 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York. The subject is shown in long bust view. On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square." On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Genl. G.A. Custer - Born in 1839 & made a name for himself."Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; Tintype [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00278, Edward M. Estabrooke, "General George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Clothes Holding His Hat," circa 1871
George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women. LIBI_00019_00276; This item is an original tintype of George A. Custer in civilian dress and 3 women.  The collodion emulsion image is of Custer in standing view is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" and mounted in the original pink paper folder.  The image was produced circa 1875 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York City.  On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "For Libbie dear, Gen. Custer & his [illegible words] N.Y. [illegible words] May 8th, 1875."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on verso.  Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; TINTYPE [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00276, Edward M. Estabrooke, "George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women," circa 1875
George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00276; This item is an original tintype of George A. Custer in civilian dress and 3 women. The collodion emulsion image is of Custer in standing view is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" and mounted in the original pink paper folder. The image was produced circa 1875 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York City. On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square." On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "For Libbie dear, Gen. Custer & his [illegible words] N.Y. [illegible words] May 8th, 1875."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; TINTYPE [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00276, Edward M. Estabrooke, "George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women," circa 1875
George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women. LIBI_00019_00276; This item is an original tintype of George A. Custer in civilian dress and 3 women.  The collodion emulsion image is of Custer in standing view is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" and mounted in the original pink paper folder.  The image was produced circa 1875 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York City.  On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "For Libbie dear, Gen. Custer & his [illegible words] N.Y. [illegible words] May 8th, 1875."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on verso.  Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; TINTYPE [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00276, Edward M. Estabrooke, "George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women," circa 1875
George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00276; This item is an original tintype of George A. Custer in civilian dress and 3 women. The collodion emulsion image is of Custer in standing view is 4 3/8 x 6 3/4" and mounted in the original pink paper folder. The image was produced circa 1875 by Edward M. Estabrooke of New York City. On the front, a typed notation reads, "Estabrooke, 31 Union Square." On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "For Libbie dear, Gen. Custer & his [illegible words] N.Y. [illegible words] May 8th, 1875."Note: "Pkg 4" handwritten on verso. Photograph reprinted in "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 119.; TINTYPE [Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00276, Edward M. Estabrooke, "George Armstrong Custer in Civilian Dress with Three Women," circa 1875
Portrait of Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer Seated. LIBI_00019_00275; An albument photograph (toned), mounted on card, portrait Brigadier General George A. Custer; by Matthew Brady; dated circa 1864. ; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00275, Mathew B. Brady, "Portrait of Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer Seated," circa 1864
Portrait of Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer Seated
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00275; An albument photograph (toned), mounted on card, portrait Brigadier General George A. Custer; by Matthew Brady; dated circa 1864. ; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00275, Mathew B. Brady, "Portrait of Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer Seated," circa 1864
General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas. LIBI_00019_00274; A black-and-white photograph of General George A. Custer and Mrs. Carrie Farnham Lyon in Texas seated on horseback; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1865.  (note:  at Brenham, TX); Photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00274, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs. Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00274; A black-and-white photograph of General George A. Custer and Mrs. Carrie Farnham Lyon in Texas seated on horseback; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1865. (note: at Brenham, TX); Photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00274, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs. Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas. LIBI_00019_00274; A black-and-white photograph of General George A. Custer and Mrs. Carrie Farnham Lyon in Texas seated on horseback; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1865.  (note:  at Brenham, TX); Photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00274, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs. Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00274; A black-and-white photograph of General George A. Custer and Mrs. Carrie Farnham Lyon in Texas seated on horseback; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1865. (note: at Brenham, TX); Photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00274, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer and Mrs. Farnham Lyon on Horseback in Texas," circa 1865
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich. LIBI_00019_272; This item is an card-mounted albumen (boudoir) photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis [Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia]. The studio portrait is 4 3/4 x 7 5/8" (5 1/2 x 8 1/2" mounted on a tan mount) and was produced circa 1872 by David F. Barry.  On the front, a typed notation in brown ink reads, "D.F. Barry, West Superior, Wis."  On the verso, a  handwritten notation in blue ink reads, "The Grand Duke Alexis/General G.A. Custer" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 115, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 99.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00272, D. F. Barry, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_272; This item is an card-mounted albumen (boudoir) photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis [Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia]. The studio portrait is 4 3/4 x 7 5/8" (5 1/2 x 8 1/2" mounted on a tan mount) and was produced circa 1872 by David F. Barry. On the front, a typed notation in brown ink reads, "D.F. Barry, West Superior, Wis." On the verso, a handwritten notation in blue ink reads, "The Grand Duke Alexis/General G.A. Custer" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 115, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 99.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00272, D. F. Barry, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich. LIBI_00019_272; This item is an card-mounted albumen (boudoir) photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis [Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia]. The studio portrait is 4 3/4 x 7 5/8" (5 1/2 x 8 1/2" mounted on a tan mount) and was produced circa 1872 by David F. Barry.  On the front, a typed notation in brown ink reads, "D.F. Barry, West Superior, Wis."  On the verso, a  handwritten notation in blue ink reads, "The Grand Duke Alexis/General G.A. Custer" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 115, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 99.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00272, D. F. Barry, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_272; This item is an card-mounted albumen (boudoir) photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis [Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia]. The studio portrait is 4 3/4 x 7 5/8" (5 1/2 x 8 1/2" mounted on a tan mount) and was produced circa 1872 by David F. Barry. On the front, a typed notation in brown ink reads, "D.F. Barry, West Superior, Wis." On the verso, a handwritten notation in blue ink reads, "The Grand Duke Alexis/General G.A. Custer" and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 115, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 99.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00272, D. F. Barry, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich. LIBI_00019_00271; An albumen photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis, standing view; mounted on card; dated circa 1872, by Howell, of New York. (note:  upper left corner torn off along edge 12/5/90 DSO); Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00271, William R. Howell, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00271; An albumen photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis, standing view; mounted on card; dated circa 1872, by Howell, of New York. (note: upper left corner torn off along edge 12/5/90 DSO); Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00271, William R. Howell, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich. LIBI_00019_00271; An albumen photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis, standing view; mounted on card; dated circa 1872, by Howell, of New York. (note:  upper left corner torn off along edge 12/5/90 DSO); Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00271, William R. Howell, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00271; An albumen photograph of General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis, standing view; mounted on card; dated circa 1872, by Howell, of New York. (note: upper left corner torn off along edge 12/5/90 DSO); Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00271, William R. Howell, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich. LIBI_00019_00269; An albumen photograph, mount and with two mats (with bronze inner edge); portrait General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich, in a standing view; by Howell, New York; dated circa 1872.; Print, Photographic [With Mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00269, William R. Howell, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00269; An albumen photograph, mount and with two mats (with bronze inner edge); portrait General George A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich, in a standing view; by Howell, New York; dated circa 1872.; Print, Photographic [With Mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00269, William R. Howell, "Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer with the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich," circa 1872
Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops. LIBI_00019_00264; A black-and-white (sepia tone) of painting showing General Custer leading his troops, painted by A. Taylor; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1863, by unknown.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00264, Unknown Photographer, "Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops," circa 1863
Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00264; A black-and-white (sepia tone) of painting showing General Custer leading his troops, painted by A. Taylor; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1863, by unknown.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00264, Unknown Photographer, "Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops," circa 1863
Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops. LIBI_00019_00264; A black-and-white (sepia tone) of painting showing General Custer leading his troops, painted by A. Taylor; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1863, by unknown.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00264, Unknown Photographer, "Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops," circa 1863
Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00264; A black-and-white (sepia tone) of painting showing General Custer leading his troops, painted by A. Taylor; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1863, by unknown.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00264, Unknown Photographer, "Painting of General George Armstrong Custer Leading His Troops," circa 1863
Portrait of Officers: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Examining a Document. LIBI_00019_00262; A photograph [albumen print] mounted on card, of a group of officers, Generals P. H. Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George A. Custer, James Forsyth, Thomas Devin; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1864.(note: right edge a 2 inch tear backed with tape. 12/3/90 DSO) ; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00262, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of Offices: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A. Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Examining a Document," circa 1864.
Portrait of Officers: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Examining a Document
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00262; A photograph [albumen print] mounted on card, of a group of officers, Generals P. H. Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George A. Custer, James Forsyth, Thomas Devin; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1864.(note: right edge a 2 inch tear backed with tape. 12/3/90 DSO) ; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00262, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of Offices: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A. Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Examining a Document," circa 1864.
Portrait of Officers: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Seated Around an Empty Table. LIBI_00019_00261; A photograph [albumen print] mounted on card, of a group of officers, Generals P. H. Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George A. Custer, James Forsyth, Thomas Devin; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00261, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of Offices: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A. Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Seated Around an Empty Table," circa 1864.
Portrait of Officers: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Seated Around an Empty Table
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00261; A photograph [albumen print] mounted on card, of a group of officers, Generals P. H. Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George A. Custer, James Forsyth, Thomas Devin; by unknown photographer; dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00261, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of Offices: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, Lewis Merritt, George Armstrong Custer, James A. Forsyth, and Thomas C. Devin Seated Around an Empty Table," circa 1864.
Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00019_00259; An albumen photograph mounted on card or paper; full view portrait of Major General A. Pleasanton and personal aids, and General George A. Custer; negative by t. H. O. Sullivan, positive by Alexander Gardner, Washington; dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00259, T. H. O. Sullivan and Alexander Gardner, "Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer," circa 1864
Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00259; An albumen photograph mounted on card or paper; full view portrait of Major General A. Pleasanton and personal aids, and General George A. Custer; negative by t. H. O. Sullivan, positive by Alexander Gardner, Washington; dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00259, T. H. O. Sullivan and Alexander Gardner, "Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer," circa 1864
Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00019_00259; An albumen photograph mounted on card or paper; full view portrait of Major General A. Pleasanton and personal aids, and General George A. Custer; negative by t. H. O. Sullivan, positive by Alexander Gardner, Washington; dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00259, T. H. O. Sullivan and Alexander Gardner, "Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer," circa 1864
Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00259; An albumen photograph mounted on card or paper; full view portrait of Major General A. Pleasanton and personal aids, and General George A. Custer; negative by t. H. O. Sullivan, positive by Alexander Gardner, Washington; dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00259, T. H. O. Sullivan and Alexander Gardner, "Major General Alfred Pleasanton and His Personal Aids with General George Armstrong Custer," circa 1864
Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00258; An albumen photograph, "Maj. Gen. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA"; mounted on card; by Boulsby; dated circa 1864. ; Print, Photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00258, Boulsby, "Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00258; An albumen photograph, "Maj. Gen. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA"; mounted on card; by Boulsby; dated circa 1864. ; Print, Photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00258, Boulsby, "Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00258; An albumen photograph, "Maj. Gen. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA"; mounted on card; by Boulsby; dated circa 1864. ; Print, Photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00258, Boulsby, "Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00258; An albumen photograph, "Maj. Gen. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA"; mounted on card; by Boulsby; dated circa 1864. ; Print, Photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00258, Boulsby, "Group on the Porch Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It. LIBI_00019_00257; An albumen photograph mounted on card; depicts a full view of General George A. Custer's headquarters, Virginia, with group in front of house; dated circa 1865; by unknown photographer; handwritten pencil notation by Elizabeth B. Custer on mount.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00257, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00257; An albumen photograph mounted on card; depicts a full view of General George A. Custer's headquarters, Virginia, with group in front of house; dated circa 1865; by unknown photographer; handwritten pencil notation by Elizabeth B. Custer on mount.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00257, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It. LIBI_00019_00257; An albumen photograph mounted on card; depicts a full view of General George A. Custer's headquarters, Virginia, with group in front of house; dated circa 1865; by unknown photographer; handwritten pencil notation by Elizabeth B. Custer on mount.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00257, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00257; An albumen photograph mounted on card; depicts a full view of General George A. Custer's headquarters, Virginia, with group in front of house; dated circa 1865; by unknown photographer; handwritten pencil notation by Elizabeth B. Custer on mount.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00257, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Building in Virginia with People Around It," circa 1865
General George Armstrong Custer at His Field Headquarters in Virginia. LIBI_00019_00256; This item is an albumen stereograph (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer seated in front of his Virginia field headquarters with a dog.  The stereograph is 3 1/4 x 7" mounted on a yellow mount and was produced circa 1863.  The negative was produced by Brady & Co. of Washington and was published by E. & H.T.  Anthony & Co. as part of a series of images titled, "The War for the Union."  On the front, typed captions on the left and right side of the image read, "Photographic History/The War for the Union."  On the verso, a typed notation reads, "War Views./ Gen. Custer at his Head Quarters in the field, Army of the Potomac, Va."  The publisher's stamp is also printed on the verso.Note:  "Pkg 3/Custer Chest" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 56, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 6.; STEREOGRAPH [Stereoscopic card photograph]; Courtesy of the National
General George Armstrong Custer at His Field Headquarters in Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00256; This item is an albumen stereograph (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer seated in front of his Virginia field headquarters with a dog. The stereograph is 3 1/4 x 7" mounted on a yellow mount and was produced circa 1863. The negative was produced by Brady & Co. of Washington and was published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. as part of a series of images titled, "The War for the Union." On the front, typed captions on the left and right side of the image read, "Photographic History/The War for the Union." On the verso, a typed notation reads, "War Views./ Gen. Custer at his Head Quarters in the field, Army of the Potomac, Va." The publisher's stamp is also printed on the verso.Note: "Pkg 3/Custer Chest" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 56, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 6.; STEREOGRAPH [Stereoscopic card photograph]; Courtesy of the National
General George Armstrong Custer at His Field Headquarters in Virginia. LIBI_00019_00256; This item is an albumen stereograph (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer seated in front of his Virginia field headquarters with a dog.  The stereograph is 3 1/4 x 7" mounted on a yellow mount and was produced circa 1863.  The negative was produced by Brady & Co. of Washington and was published by E. & H.T.  Anthony & Co. as part of a series of images titled, "The War for the Union."  On the front, typed captions on the left and right side of the image read, "Photographic History/The War for the Union."  On the verso, a typed notation reads, "War Views./ Gen. Custer at his Head Quarters in the field, Army of the Potomac, Va."  The publisher's stamp is also printed on the verso.Note:  "Pkg 3/Custer Chest" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 56, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 6.; STEREOGRAPH [Stereoscopic card photograph]; Courtesy of the National
General George Armstrong Custer at His Field Headquarters in Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00256; This item is an albumen stereograph (card-mounted photograph) of General George A. Custer seated in front of his Virginia field headquarters with a dog. The stereograph is 3 1/4 x 7" mounted on a yellow mount and was produced circa 1863. The negative was produced by Brady & Co. of Washington and was published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. as part of a series of images titled, "The War for the Union." On the front, typed captions on the left and right side of the image read, "Photographic History/The War for the Union." On the verso, a typed notation reads, "War Views./ Gen. Custer at his Head Quarters in the field, Army of the Potomac, Va." The publisher's stamp is also printed on the verso.Note: "Pkg 3/Custer Chest" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 56, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 6.; STEREOGRAPH [Stereoscopic card photograph]; Courtesy of the National
Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00248; An albumen photograph, "Major General George A. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA" mounted on card; by Boulsby (artist); dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00248, Boulsby, "Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00248; An albumen photograph, "Major General George A. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA" mounted on card; by Boulsby (artist); dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00248, Boulsby, "Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00248; An albumen photograph, "Major General George A. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA" mounted on card; by Boulsby (artist); dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00248, Boulsby, "Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00248; An albumen photograph, "Major General George A. Custer's headquarters, near Winchester, VA" mounted on card; by Boulsby (artist); dated circa 1864.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00248, Boulsby, "Major General George Armstrong Custer's Headquarters Near Winchester, Virginia," circa 1864
Henry Lippincott,  Assistant Surgeon. LIBI_00019_00235; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Assistant Surgeon Henry Lippincott.  The full view photograph is 2 1/4 x 4" mounted and was produced circa 1868 by E.E. Henry of Leavenworth, Kansas.  On the front, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "Henry Lippincott. Asst Surg USA."  On the verso, the photographer's stamp in printed in black ink.   Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00235, E. E. Henry, "Henry Lippincott, Assistant Surgeon," circa 1868
Henry Lippincott, Assistant Surgeon
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00235; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Assistant Surgeon Henry Lippincott. The full view photograph is 2 1/4 x 4" mounted and was produced circa 1868 by E.E. Henry of Leavenworth, Kansas. On the front, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "Henry Lippincott. Asst Surg USA." On the verso, the photographer's stamp in printed in black ink. Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00235, E. E. Henry, "Henry Lippincott, Assistant Surgeon," circa 1868
Henry Lippincott,  Assistant Surgeon. LIBI_00019_00235; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Assistant Surgeon Henry Lippincott.  The full view photograph is 2 1/4 x 4" mounted and was produced circa 1868 by E.E. Henry of Leavenworth, Kansas.  On the front, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "Henry Lippincott. Asst Surg USA."  On the verso, the photographer's stamp in printed in black ink.   Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00235, E. E. Henry, "Henry Lippincott, Assistant Surgeon," circa 1868
Henry Lippincott, Assistant Surgeon
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00235; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Assistant Surgeon Henry Lippincott. The full view photograph is 2 1/4 x 4" mounted and was produced circa 1868 by E.E. Henry of Leavenworth, Kansas. On the front, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "Henry Lippincott. Asst Surg USA." On the verso, the photographer's stamp in printed in black ink. Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00235, E. E. Henry, "Henry Lippincott, Assistant Surgeon," circa 1868
Lieutenant A E. Bates. LIBI_00019_00234; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant A.E. Bates of the United States Army.  The head view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 1/2" mounted and was produced circa 1865 by Rockwood of New York.  On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "E.B. Custer."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "A.E. Bates/USCC."   Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00234, George Gardner Rockwood, "Lieutenant A. E. Bates, United States Army," circa 1865
Lieutenant A E. Bates
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00234; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant A.E. Bates of the United States Army. The head view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 1/2" mounted and was produced circa 1865 by Rockwood of New York. On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "E.B. Custer." On the verso, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "A.E. Bates/USCC." Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00234, George Gardner Rockwood, "Lieutenant A. E. Bates, United States Army," circa 1865
Lieutenant A E. Bates. LIBI_00019_00234; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant A.E. Bates of the United States Army.  The head view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 1/2" mounted and was produced circa 1865 by Rockwood of New York.  On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "E.B. Custer."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "A.E. Bates/USCC."   Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00234, George Gardner Rockwood, "Lieutenant A. E. Bates, United States Army," circa 1865
Lieutenant A E. Bates
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00234; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant A.E. Bates of the United States Army. The head view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 1/2" mounted and was produced circa 1865 by Rockwood of New York. On the front, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "E.B. Custer." On the verso, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "A.E. Bates/USCC." Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. ; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00234, George Gardner Rockwood, "Lieutenant A. E. Bates, United States Army," circa 1865
Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00233; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Woodruff, Battery "M", 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia.  The bust view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 7/8" mounted and was produced by Philip & Solomons' Metropolitan Gallery in Washington, D.C. at an unknown date.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Lt. Woodruff, Battery "M"/3rd Div. Cav." above the photographer's stamp.  A 3 cent tax stamp, featuring an image of George Washington, is also adhered to the verso.   Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. Note: "Pkg 3 Box 1" handwritten on the verso.; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00233, Philip & Solomon, "Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia," 1865
Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00233; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Woodruff, Battery "M", 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia. The bust view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 7/8" mounted and was produced by Philip & Solomons' Metropolitan Gallery in Washington, D.C. at an unknown date. On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Lt. Woodruff, Battery "M"/3rd Div. Cav." above the photographer's stamp. A 3 cent tax stamp, featuring an image of George Washington, is also adhered to the verso. Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. Note: "Pkg 3 Box 1" handwritten on the verso.; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00233, Philip & Solomon, "Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia," 1865
Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00233; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Woodruff, Battery "M", 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia.  The bust view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 7/8" mounted and was produced by Philip & Solomons' Metropolitan Gallery in Washington, D.C. at an unknown date.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Lt. Woodruff, Battery "M"/3rd Div. Cav." above the photographer's stamp.  A 3 cent tax stamp, featuring an image of George Washington, is also adhered to the verso.   Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. Note: "Pkg 3 Box 1" handwritten on the verso.; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00233, Philip & Solomon, "Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia," 1865
Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00233; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Woodruff, Battery "M", 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia. The bust view photograph is 2 1/4 x 3 7/8" mounted and was produced by Philip & Solomons' Metropolitan Gallery in Washington, D.C. at an unknown date. On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Lt. Woodruff, Battery "M"/3rd Div. Cav." above the photographer's stamp. A 3 cent tax stamp, featuring an image of George Washington, is also adhered to the verso. Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. Note: "Pkg 3 Box 1" handwritten on the verso.; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00233, Philip & Solomon, "Lieutenant Carle Augustus Woodruff, Battery M, 3rd Cavalry of Winchester, Virginia," 1865
Alanson M. Randol of the 2nd New York Cavalry in Winchester, Virginia. LIBI_00019_00232; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Alanson M. Randol of the 2nd New York Cavalry, Winchester, Virginia.  The bust view photograph is 2 1/4 x 4" mounted and was produced in 1865 by Matthew B. Brady of Washington, D.C.  The image was published by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Gallery.  On the front, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "Yours Truly/A.M. Randol/Col. 2nd NY Cavly."  Another handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Feb. 1865 Winchester, VA."  A 3 cent tax stamp, featuring an image of George Washington, is adhered on the verso and the photographer's stamp is printed in black ink.  Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. Note:  "Pkg 3/Box 1" handwritten on the verso.; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00232, Mathew B. Brady, "Alanson M. Randol of the 2nd New York Cavalry in Winchester, Virginia
Alanson M. Randol of the 2nd New York Cavalry in Winchester, Virginia
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00019_00232; This item is an albumen carte-de-visite (card-mounted photograph) of Alanson M. Randol of the 2nd New York Cavalry, Winchester, Virginia. The bust view photograph is 2 1/4 x 4" mounted and was produced in 1865 by Matthew B. Brady of Washington, D.C. The image was published by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Gallery. On the front, a handwritten notation in brown ink reads, "Yours Truly/A.M. Randol/Col. 2nd NY Cavly." Another handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Feb. 1865 Winchester, VA." A 3 cent tax stamp, featuring an image of George Washington, is adhered on the verso and the photographer's stamp is printed in black ink. Catalog numbers 230-235 were originally in an envelope addressed to Elizabeth Custer. Note: "Pkg 3/Box 1" handwritten on the verso.; CARTE-DE-VISITE [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00232, Mathew B. Brady, "Alanson M. Randol of the 2nd New York Cavalry in Winchester, Virginia