Prof. Lowe reconnoitering at Battle of Fair Oaks. Two-sided card featuring photograph of man in a hot-air ballon tethered above a Union Army camp on one side and description of the photograph and copyright statement on back. Photograph is characterized as belonging to famous photographer, Matthew Brady. Photograph card 3" x 5".

Prof. Lowe reconnoitering at Battle of Fair Oaks. Two-sided card featuring photograph of man in a hot-air ballon tethered above a Union Army camp on one side and description of the photograph and copyright statement on back. Photograph is characterized as belonging to famous photographer, Matthew Brady. Photograph card 3" x 5".

Prof. Lowe reconnoitering at Battle of Fair Oaks. Two-sided card featuring photograph of man in a hot-air ballon tethered above a Union Army camp on one side and description of the photograph and copyright statement on back. Photograph is characterized as belonging to famous photographer, Matthew Brady. Photograph card 3" x 5". http://hdl.handle.net/1920/6420

Prof. Lowe reconnoitering at Battle of Fair Oaks. Two-sided card featuring photograph of man in a hot-air ballon tethered above a Union Army camp on one side and description of the photograph and copyright statement on back. Photograph is characterized as belonging to famous photographer, Matthew Brady. Photograph card 3" x 5". http://hdl.handle.net/1920/6420

Printed card with eulogy to confederate soldier, Charles L. Atkins. Card describes his service in Company B of the 7th Virginia Regiment and his death on October 3, 1862, 4" x 8". http://hdl.handle.net/1920/6429

Printed card with eulogy to confederate soldier, Charles L. Atkins. Card describes his service in Company B of the 7th Virginia Regiment and his death on October 3, 1862, 4" x 8". http://hdl.handle.net/1920/6429

antique photo

antique photo

General Haupt's bridge over Potomac Creek, Virginia, destroyed by the rebels; Dumfries, Virginia from sketch by Mr. A. R. Waud. Hand colored wood engravings of two scenes: 1. Potomac Creek bridge built by General Herman Haupt and 2. the town of Dumfries, Va. Measures 9" x 13 1/3". http://hdl.handle.net/1920/6467

General Haupt's bridge over Potomac Creek, Virginia, destroyed by the rebels; Dumfries, Virginia from sketch by Mr. A. R. Waud. Hand colored wood engravings of two scenes: 1. Potomac Creek bridge built by General Herman Haupt and 2. the town of Dumfries, Va. Measures 9" x 13 1/3". http://hdl.handle.net/1920/6467

Love lightning bugs...but the skeeter control man has just about killed them all with his toxic spray

Love lightning bugs...but the skeeter control man has just about killed them all with his toxic spray

John McIntosh Kell.    Lieutenant, CSS Alabama and CSS Sumter; born in Georgia, 1823; died October 5, 1900, and buried in LaGrange, Georgia.  The Crew of the C.S.S. Alabama.

John McIntosh Kell. Lieutenant, CSS Alabama and CSS Sumter; born in Georgia, 1823; died October 5, 1900, and buried in LaGrange, Georgia. The Crew of the C.S.S. Alabama.

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