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An Unidentified Camp of Tipis with an Army Post in the Background. LIBI_00090_05179; An albumen photograph of unidentified camp of tipis with an army post in background. This may be Fort Custer. The image is mounted on card. It is yellowing and faded. It was produced by an unknown photographer on an unknown date.; print, photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00090_05179, Unknown Photographer, "An Unidentified Camp of Tipis with an Army Post in the Background," date unknown

An Unidentified Camp of Tipis with an Army Post in the Background

An Unidentified Camp of Tipis with an Army Post in the Background. LIBI_00090_05179; An albumen photograph of unidentified camp of tipis with an army post in background. This may be Fort Custer. The image is mounted on card. It is yellowing and faded. It was produced by an unknown photographer on an unknown date.; print, photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00090_05179, Unknown Photographer, "An Unidentified Camp of Tipis with an Army Post in the Background," date unknown

An Unidentified Camp of Tipis with an Army Post in the Background

Men in Long Jackets Holding Rifles with Fixed Bayonet in Front of a Barracks Building. LIBI_00090_05176; A [collodion] photograph, mounted on card. This image shows unidentified troops before barracks. The men wear long jackets and capes. They hold rifles with the bayonets fixed. It is possibly at Fort Custer or Fort Keogh. It was by an unknown photographer on an unknown date. The card is brittle and discolored.; print, photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00090_05176, Unknown Photographer, "Men in Long Jackets Holding Rifles with Fixed Bayonet in Front of a Barracks Building," date unknown

Men in Long Jackets Holding Rifles with Fixed Bayonet in Front of a Barracks Building

Men in Long Jackets Holding Rifles with Fixed Bayonet in Front of a Barracks Building. LIBI_00090_05176; A [collodion] photograph, mounted on card. This image shows unidentified troops before barracks. The men wear long jackets and capes. They hold rifles with the bayonets fixed. It is possibly at Fort Custer or Fort Keogh. It was by an unknown photographer on an unknown date. The card is brittle and discolored.; print, photographic [mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00090_05176, Unknown Photographer, "Men in Long Jackets Holding Rifles with Fixed Bayonet in Front of a Barracks Building," date unknown

Men in Long Jackets Holding Rifles with Fixed Bayonet in Front of a Barracks Building

Skirmish Line at the Point Where Custer Dismounted on the Battlefield. LIBI_00081_06048; Black and white photograph 7 3/4" x 9" mounted on heavy white cardboard. Total size: 8' x 10'; Image depicts a skirmish line with guns in firing position. A cloud of smoke passes in front of some of the men. Two men are mounted at the right side of the picture. A handwritten notation along the bottom of the image reads: Skirmish Line and Point where Custer Dismounted” Handwritten notation in ink on verso reads: “Skirmish Line Custer Battlefield and Point Where Custer Dismounted”. Image produced by D.F. Barry.Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06048, D. F. Barry, "Skirmish Line at the Point Where Custer Dismounted on the Battlefield," date unknown

Skirmish Line at the Point Where Custer Dismounted on the Battlefield

Skirmish Line at the Point Where Custer Dismounted on the Battlefield. LIBI_00081_06048; Black and white photograph 7 3/4" x 9" mounted on heavy white cardboard. Total size: 8' x 10'; Image depicts a skirmish line with guns in firing position. A cloud of smoke passes in front of some of the men. Two men are mounted at the right side of the picture. A handwritten notation along the bottom of the image reads: Skirmish Line and Point where Custer Dismounted” Handwritten notation in ink on verso reads: “Skirmish Line Custer Battlefield and Point Where Custer Dismounted”. Image produced by D.F. Barry.Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06048, D. F. Barry, "Skirmish Line at the Point Where Custer Dismounted on the Battlefield," date unknown

Skirmish Line at the Point Where Custer Dismounted on the Battlefield

Veterans of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Their Wives. LIBI_00081_06047; Black and white photograph 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" mounted on heavy white cardboard, with gilt-edged. Total size:  7' x 10". This image shows a group of people in front of the fence around the Custer Monument.  The names of the subjects are printed at the bottom of the image. The words: “Custer Monument” are printed at the bottom of the card.  Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06047, D. F. Barry, "Veterans of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Their Wives," date unknown

Veterans of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Their Wives

Veterans of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Their Wives. LIBI_00081_06047; Black and white photograph 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" mounted on heavy white cardboard, with gilt-edged. Total size:  7' x 10". This image shows a group of people in front of the fence around the Custer Monument.  The names of the subjects are printed at the bottom of the image. The words: “Custer Monument” are printed at the bottom of the card.  Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06047, D. F. Barry, "Veterans of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Their Wives," date unknown

Veterans of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Their Wives

Two Men and a Dog at the Custer Monument. LIBI_00081_06046; Black and white photograph 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" mounted on heavy white cardboard with a  gilt-edged. Total size: 7" x 10". This image is a close-up of Custer Monument with a man on each side. A dog  is lying near the man on the left. A printed label on the mount reads: “Custer Monument”. It was photographed D.F. Barry.Dustin number:  285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06046, D. F. Barry, "Two Men and a Dog at the Custer Monument," date unknown

Two Men and a Dog at the Custer Monument

Two Men and a Dog at the Custer Monument. LIBI_00081_06046; Black and white photograph 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" mounted on heavy white cardboard with a  gilt-edged. Total size: 7" x 10". This image is a close-up of Custer Monument with a man on each side. A dog  is lying near the man on the left. A printed label on the mount reads: “Custer Monument”. It was photographed D.F. Barry.Dustin number:  285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06046, D. F. Barry, "Two Men and a Dog at the Custer Monument," date unknown

Two Men and a Dog at the Custer Monument

Soldiers and Civilians, Including Ladies, at Camp Baldwin on the Custer Battlefield on the 10th Anniversary. LIBI_00081_06045; Black and white photograph 6 1/2" x 9 1/4" mounted on heavy maroon cardboard with gilt-edged. Size:  7" x 10". Image shows Camp Baldwin on the Custer battlefield, June 25, 1886. There is a row of soldiers from the left to the center of the image. A group of ladies and gentlemen are seated around a tent on the right side of the image. A large American Flag is hung from a tree branch in almost the exact center of the image. The words: “Camp Baldwin, Custer Battlefield, June 25, 1886” are embossed in gold foil at the bottom of the image. It was photographed by D.F. Barry. ; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06045, D. F. Barry, "Soldiers and Civilians, Including Ladies, at Camp Baldwin on the Custer Battlefield on the 10th Anniversary," June 25, 1886

Soldiers and Civilians, Including Ladies, at Camp Baldwin on the Custer Battlefield on the 10th Anniversary

Soldiers and Civilians, Including Ladies, at Camp Baldwin on the Custer Battlefield on the 10th Anniversary. LIBI_00081_06045; Black and white photograph 6 1/2" x 9 1/4" mounted on heavy maroon cardboard with gilt-edged. Size:  7" x 10". Image shows Camp Baldwin on the Custer battlefield, June 25, 1886. There is a row of soldiers from the left to the center of the image. A group of ladies and gentlemen are seated around a tent on the right side of the image. A large American Flag is hung from a tree branch in almost the exact center of the image. The words: “Camp Baldwin, Custer Battlefield, June 25, 1886” are embossed in gold foil at the bottom of the image. It was photographed by D.F. Barry. ; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06045, D. F. Barry, "Soldiers and Civilians, Including Ladies, at Camp Baldwin on the Custer Battlefield on the 10th Anniversary," June 25, 1886

Soldiers and Civilians, Including Ladies, at Camp Baldwin on the Custer Battlefield on the 10th Anniversary

Skirmish Line on the West Side of the Battlefield. LIBI_00081_06044; Black and white photograph, size: 6 ½” x 8 ¾ mounted on heavy black cardboard with gilded edge. Combined size: 8”x10”. The image shows a skirmish line on the west side of the battlefield. Their weapons are in firing position. Two mounted officers are on the left side of the line. A handwritten note in ink along the bottom of the image reads: “West Side Skirmish Line Custer Battle field.” The photo was taken by D.F. Barry in 1886. Dustin Number 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06044, D. F. Barry, "Skirmish Line on the West Side of the Battlefield," 1886

Skirmish Line on the West Side of the Battlefield

Skirmish Line on the West Side of the Battlefield. LIBI_00081_06044; Black and white photograph, size: 6 ½” x 8 ¾ mounted on heavy black cardboard with gilded edge. Combined size: 8”x10”. The image shows a skirmish line on the west side of the battlefield. Their weapons are in firing position. Two mounted officers are on the left side of the line. A handwritten note in ink along the bottom of the image reads: “West Side Skirmish Line Custer Battle field.” The photo was taken by D.F. Barry in 1886. Dustin Number 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06044, D. F. Barry, "Skirmish Line on the West Side of the Battlefield," 1886

Skirmish Line on the West Side of the Battlefield

Group of Men, Some Mounted, Around the Custer Monument. LIBI_00081_06043; Black and white photograph 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" mounted on heavy black cardboard with gilt-edges. Size:  8" x 10". This image shows a close-up of Custer monument. There are two mounted men and one man seated with a dog on the left side. On the right side, there are two mounted men, one man standing and another seated. There is a printed label below the image that reads “Custer Monument”. It was photographed by D.F. Barry in 1886. Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06043, D. F. Barry, "Group of Men, Some Mounted, Around the Custer Monument," 1886

Group of Men, Some Mounted, Around the Custer Monument

Group of Men, Some Mounted, Around the Custer Monument. LIBI_00081_06043; Black and white photograph 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" mounted on heavy black cardboard with gilt-edges. Size:  8" x 10". This image shows a close-up of Custer monument. There are two mounted men and one man seated with a dog on the left side. On the right side, there are two mounted men, one man standing and another seated. There is a printed label below the image that reads “Custer Monument”. It was photographed by D.F. Barry in 1886. Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06043, D. F. Barry, "Group of Men, Some Mounted, Around the Custer Monument," 1886

Group of Men, Some Mounted, Around the Custer Monument

Topographic Map of 'Custer's Battle-Ground' by Topographic Assistant James E. Wilson. LIBI_00081_06039; Photograph size 7" x 9 1/4" mounted on 8" x 10" heavy black card-board with gilt-edged. The image depicts the area of Custer's battle ground. “Custer’s Battle-Ground by Top. Asst. James E. Wilson” is printed along the top. It was produced by topographic assistant James E. Wilson. The photograph is by D.F. Barry.Dustin number: 285; map; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06039, D. F. Barry, "Topographic Map of 'Custer's Battle-Ground' by Topographic Assistant James E. Wilson," date unknown

Topographic Map of 'Custer's Battle-Ground' by Topographic Assistant James E. Wilson

Topographic Map of 'Custer's Battle-Ground' by Topographic Assistant James E. Wilson. LIBI_00081_06039; Photograph size 7" x 9 1/4" mounted on 8" x 10" heavy black card-board with gilt-edged. The image depicts the area of Custer's battle ground. “Custer’s Battle-Ground by Top. Asst. James E. Wilson” is printed along the top. It was produced by topographic assistant James E. Wilson. The photograph is by D.F. Barry.Dustin number: 285; map; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06039, D. F. Barry, "Topographic Map of 'Custer's Battle-Ground' by Topographic Assistant James E. Wilson," date unknown

Topographic Map of 'Custer's Battle-Ground' by Topographic Assistant James E. Wilson

Group of Veterans from the Battle of Little Bighorn in Front of the Custer Monument. LIBI_00081_06038; Black and white photograph size 6 1/2" x 9" mounted on slightly larger cardboard that is gilt-edged. The image shows a group of eight people in front of the fence surrounding the Custer monument. The names of the eight people are printed in gold at the bottom of the image. They read (top to bottom, left to right): “Corp’l Hall, Dr. Porter, Capt Godfrey, Col. Benteen, Capt. Edgerley, Capt. McDougal, Private Penwall, Scout White Swan.”  The words “Custer Monument.” is printed in black ink on the bottom of the card. It was produced by D.F. Barry. Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06038, D. F. Barry, "Group of Veterans from the Battle of Little Bighorn in Front of the Custer Monument," date unknown

Group of Veterans from the Battle of Little Bighorn in Front of the Custer Monument

Group of Veterans from the Battle of Little Bighorn in Front of the Custer Monument. LIBI_00081_06038; Black and white photograph size 6 1/2" x 9" mounted on slightly larger cardboard that is gilt-edged. The image shows a group of eight people in front of the fence surrounding the Custer monument. The names of the eight people are printed in gold at the bottom of the image. They read (top to bottom, left to right): “Corp’l Hall, Dr. Porter, Capt Godfrey, Col. Benteen, Capt. Edgerley, Capt. McDougal, Private Penwall, Scout White Swan.”  The words “Custer Monument.” is printed in black ink on the bottom of the card. It was produced by D.F. Barry. Dustin number: 285; picture; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00081_06038, D. F. Barry, "Group of Veterans from the Battle of Little Bighorn in Front of the Custer Monument," date unknown

Group of Veterans from the Battle of Little Bighorn in Front of the Custer Monument

Young Woman in Fur Coat and Bonnet. LIBI_00127_05270; This image black and white image depicts a young woman in a fur cape and bonnet. The photograph uses a snowflake background. The woman is identified as Mrs. Custer, but there is a question about whether or not it is Libby. The photograph was produced by D. F. Barry. The size of the photo is: Size 4 1/2" x 7 1/2". With a brown mat/cover folder, the size is: 7 1/2" x 12 ½. ; photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00127_05270, D. F. Barry, "Young Woman in Fur Coat and Bonnet," date unknown.

Young Woman in Fur Coat and Bonnet

Young Woman in Fur Coat and Bonnet. LIBI_00127_05270; This image black and white image depicts a young woman in a fur cape and bonnet. The photograph uses a snowflake background. The woman is identified as Mrs. Custer, but there is a question about whether or not it is Libby. The photograph was produced by D. F. Barry. The size of the photo is: Size 4 1/2" x 7 1/2". With a brown mat/cover folder, the size is: 7 1/2" x 12 ½. ; photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00127_05270, D. F. Barry, "Young Woman in Fur Coat and Bonnet," date unknown.

Young Woman in Fur Coat and Bonnet

Rows of Headstones Near the Custer Monument. LIBI_00300_10573; A black & white photo mounted on cardboard. The image depicts the Custer Monument with the iron fence around it. There are sixty-six headstones arranged in rows in front of the monument. A handwritten note on the verso reads: Custer Battle Field 1897 N Trall Parrom”. The photo was taken by Mr. Krotzenberg in 1897. ; photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00300_10573, Krotzenberg, "Rows of Headstones Near the Custer Monument," 1897.

Rows of Headstones Near the Custer Monument

Rows of Headstones Near the Custer Monument. LIBI_00300_10573; A black & white photo mounted on cardboard. The image depicts the Custer Monument with the iron fence around it. There are sixty-six headstones arranged in rows in front of the monument. A handwritten note on the verso reads: Custer Battle Field 1897 N Trall Parrom”. The photo was taken by Mr. Krotzenberg in 1897. ; photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00300_10573, Krotzenberg, "Rows of Headstones Near the Custer Monument," 1897.

Rows of Headstones Near the Custer Monument