MARSHALL DUNHAM PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM

(Mss. 3241)

Inventory

Compiled and Revised by

Mark E. Martin

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University

2003/2009

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

SUMMARY ............................................................. 3
BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE ............... 4
LIST OF SERIES AND SUBSERIES ..................... 8
SERIES DESCRIPTIONS ....................................... 9
CONTAINER LIST ............................................... 28

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SUMMARY

Size

1 photograph album, approximately 9 inches X 11 inches, images removed; 200 cartes de visite removed from album

Geographic Locations

Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama.

Inclusive Dates

ca. 1859-1865

Bulk Dates

ca. 1859-1865

Languages

English

Summary

This collection contains one album, without images, and 200 cartes de visite created in: New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Donaldsonville, and Port Hudson, Louisiana; Camp Groce, Texas; Mobile Bay, Alabama, and; twelve images of Rogers statuary.

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions on this collection.

Reproduction Note

None

Copyright

Copyright of the original materials in this collection has expired, and they are therefore in the public domain.

Related Collections

None

Citation

Marshall Dunham Photograph Album, Mss. 3241, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.

Stack Location(s)

E:65

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

Marshall Dunham, New York state native, enrolled in the New York 159th Regiment Infantry as an enlisted man, 1862 September 17, at age 22 in New Lebanon, New York. He traveled with his regiment to Louisiana where he served in a number of locations. While in Baton Rouge as part of the occupational forces, Dunham took part in the siege of Port Hudson. On 1863 June 19, Marshall A. Dunham, private, Company A, was promoted to the rank of Sergeant-Major. On 1864 March 16, Sergeant- Major Marshall A. Dunham was discharged for promotion. He was commissioned First- Lieutenant, Company B, 77th United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.), 1864 March 21. He was transferred to Company L, U.S. Colored Troops 10th Heavy Artillery Regiment 1865 October 01. Dunham mustered out on 15 1866 May 15.

The 77th U.S.C.T. were organized 1864 April 4 from 5th Corps of Afrique Infantry and attached to defenses of New Orleans, Department of the Gulf. In 1864 October, the unit was consolidated with the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, United States Colored Troops, Department of the Gulf. On 1865 October 18, the unit was consolidated with 10th United States Colored Heavy Artillery assigned to New Orleans. The unit mustered out 1867 February.

New York 159th Regiment Infantry history

1862 November 1 - New York 159th Regiment Infantry "2nd Duchess and Columbia Regiment," organized at New York City, mustered in
1862 December 4 - Regiment leaves New York for New Orleans, La., where they are attached to Grover's Division, Department of the Gulf
1863 January separated from Grover’s Division and assigned to 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, 19th Army Corps, Department of the Gulf
1863 August separated from 3rd Brigade and attached to 1st Brigade, 4th Division, 19th Army Corps
1864 February - separated from 1st Brigade and attached to 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 19th Army Corps. Department of the Gulf
1864 July - separated from 2nd Brigade and attached to Army of the Shenandoah, Middle Military Division
1865 January - separated from Army of the Shenandoah and attached to 2nd Brigade, Grover's Division, District of Savannah, Ga., Department of the South
1865 March - separated from 2nd Brigade, Grover's Division and attached to 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 10th Army Corps, Army of the Ohio
1865 May - separated from 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 10th Army Corps, Army of the Ohio and attached to District of Savannah, Ga., Department of the South
1865 July - separated from District of Savannah, Ga., Department of the South and attached to District of Augusta, Ga., Department of Georgia
1865 October regiment mustered out.

Service

1862 December 17 until 1863 March 6: the New York 159th Regiment Infantry served as part of the occupational forces in Baton Rouge, La.
1863 March 7 27: the Regiment took part in operations against Port Hudson, La.
1863 March 28: the Regiment moved to Donaldsonville
1863 April 9: the Regiment moved to Berwick.
1863 April 9 May 18: the Regiment took part in operations in Western Louisiana:
April 11-20 - Expedition to Franklin and Opelousas
April 14 - Teche Campaign - Irish Bend
April 17 - Bayou Vermillion
April 20 - Opelousas
May 5-18 - expedition to Alexandria and Simsport
1863 May 22 July 9 the Regiment moved to Port Hudson where it took part in the Siege of Port Hudson, May 25-July 9
May 27 and June 14 - assaults on Port Hudson
July 9 - Port Hudson surrenders
1863 June 10, Marshall A. Dunham, private, Company A, promoted Sergeant- Major
1863 July 1864 March: the Regiment served at Thibodeauxville
1864 March 16, Sergeant- Major Marshall A. Dunham was discharged for promotion having been commissioned First- Lieutenant, Company B, 77th United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.)
1864 March 25-May 22 the Regiment took part in the Red River Campaign:
April 23 - Cane River Crossing
April 30 - May 10 - Construction of dam at Alexandria
May 13 - 20 - Retreat to Morganza
May 16 Mansura
May July - Duty at Morganza
Early July - moved to New Orleans, La.
July 17 - 31 moved to Fortress Monroe and Bermuda Hundred, Va.; duty in trenches at Bermuda Hundred until July 31
July 31-August 2 - moved to Washington, D.C.
August 7-November 28 - Sheridan's Shenandoah Valley Campaign.
August 21 22 Near Charlestown
September 19 - Battle of Winchester
September 22 Fisher's Hill
October 19 - Battle of Cedar Creek
1864 November 1865 January - duty at Kernstown and Winchester
1865 January 5 22 - moved to Savannah, Ga.; duty there until March 5.
March 5 - Moved to Wilmington, N. C.,
March 10 moved to Morehead City, N. C.
April 8 - moved to Goldsboro, N. C.
May 2 moved to Savannah, Ga.,
1865 October 23 - mustered out at Augusta, Ga.

Regiment lost during service:

Cause

Officers

Enlisted

Killed/Mortally wounded

10

74

Disease

1

130

77th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry

1864 March 16, Sergeant- Major Marshall A. Dunham was discharged for promotion; commissioned First- Lieutenant, Company B, 77th United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.)
1864 April 4 - organized from 5th Corps of Afrique Infantry, attached to defenses of New Orleans, La., Department of the Gulf
1864 October 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, United States Colored Troops, Department of the Gulf
1864 November - Defenses of New Orleans, La., Department of the Gulf
1865 October 18 consolidated with 10th United States Colored Heavy Artillery

John Rogers and the Rogers Groups plaster statuary

[taken from: New York Historical Society, Guide to the John Rogers Photograph Collection,1860-1927, n.d., http://dlib.nyu.edu/eadapp/transform?source=nyhs/rogers.xml&style=nyhs/nyhs.xsl&part=body]

John Rogers was a prominent American sculptor of the second half of the nineteenth century. The popularity of his work was unprecedented among American sculptors; between 1860 and 1893 he sold approximately eighty-thousand works. His success has been credited to his keen marketing as well as to his passion for addressing themes close to the heart of middle class Americans. Rogers eschewed classical sculpture styles and instead produced extremely detailed, narrative sculpture groups that focused on themes of everyday American life, popular literature, and the Civil War. Cast in plaster in order to be affordable, the Rogers Groups were renowned for their wit, humor, and sentimentality.

In Chicago in 1859, he was encouraged by a friend to submit a small sculpture for a church auction. The piece he submitted, Checker Players, attracted enough attention that within months Rogers decided to move to New York and become a professional artist. There he met with some initial resistance in getting his work into shops. To gain publicity, he hired an African American to sell his anti-slavery work, Slave Auction, in the streets of New York, eventually drawing the notice of prominent abolitionists in the spring of 1860. Within the year he had made a name for himself and was getting positive reviews in the New York press. Stores were eager to stock his groups.

Rogers worked in plaster to keep production costs down and make his sculpture affordable. However, as orders increased, he became frustrated by the slowness and poor workmanship of his plaster casters. He endeavored to learn the trade himself and late in 1860 set up his own workshop, cutting costs and improving output. Although Rogers would produce some works in bronze and marble during his career, he would always be best known for his widely distributed plaster casts.

In the following years, he was increasingly successful. He broadened the audience for his work by placing groups in stores in Boston and Philadelphia. He began advertising in catalogs and periodicals and experimenting with packing methods so he could ship his works long distances. His works addressed a variety of themes, but those addressing the Civil War or portraying comical or literary scenes met with the most success.

In 1864, as his professional success grew, Rogers met and soon after married Harriet Moore Francis, a music teacher at Miss Haines' Gramercy Park Boarding School for Young Ladies. In 1866 they had their first child and began spending summers in New Canaan, Connecticut. By 1877 the family had built a house and made New Canaan their permanent home, returning to New York only occasionally. In New Canaan, Rogers built a studio adjacent to his house in which he sculpted the majority of his later works.

The Rogers Groups flourished in popularity through the 1870s and 1880s, but by 1889, the business began to go into decline as realism went out of fashion. Rogers, however, continued with his creative studio work, and produced one of his most acclaimed figures, a life-sized Abraham Lincoln, in 1892. Lincoln won a bronze medal the following year at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.

Rogers suffered through the late 1890s from a progressive illness and died in 1904. Although he is not remembered as a great classical artist, his ability to bring the appreciation of sculpture to a wide audience of Americans was considered revolutionary.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This photograph album belonged to Sgt Major Marshall Dunham of the New York 159th Infantry, Company A, later commissioned First-Lieutenant, Company B, 77th United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.). The album contains photographs created in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, and Alabama between ca. 1858 and 1865 with the majority created between 1863 and 1865. Dunham’s book plate in the front of the album states the images were gathered between 1863 and 1865.

The photographers creating these images operated out of New Orleans, for the most part, with the notable exceptions of one portrait of U. S. Grant by E. & H. T. Anthony (New York, New York) and a series of twelve images of Rogers Groups statuary by Maurice Stadtfeld (New York, New York). The remaining 187 images were created by Samuel T. Blessing, Louis Isaac Prince, McPherson and Oliver, and William D. McPherson operating alone. A number of images have no studio/photographer imprint.

Photographs were originally arranged in the album more or less consistently by city of origin. The city series are: New Orleans, Louisiana, with one image each from Camp Groce, Texas, Vicksburg, and Houma, placed within this series; Donaldsonville, Louisiana, with two images from Bayou Lafourche placed within this series; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Port Hudson, Louisiana, and Point Mobile, Alabama. There is a series of twenty images of Federal naval ships, officers, and crews, and two portraits of Federal military officers placed between the Port Hudson and Mobile Point series. The last series is a set of twelve Rogers statuary images created and marketed by Maurice Stadtfeld. See the series description section for details of the contents of each series.

LIST OF SERIES AND SUBSERIES

Series I.

Photograph album, images removed

Series II.

Cartes de visite

Subseries A.

New Orleans and vicinity

Subseries B.

Camp Groce, Texas

Subseries C.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Subseries D.

Houma, Louisiana

Subseries E.

Donaldsonville, Louisiana

Subseries F.

Red and Alabama Rivers

Subseries G.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Subseries H.

Port Hudson, Louisiana

Subseries I.

Federal naval forces

Subseries J.

Mobile Bay, Alabama

Subseries K.

Rogers Groups statuary

Subseries L.

Genre images

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

I.

Photograph album, images removed

II.

Cartes de visite

A.

New Orleans and vicinity

32410001

View of New Orleans from Algiers

32410002

2nd District ferry landing

32410003

View of Algiers from same point

32410004

Front Levee Street

32410005

From Tower of Jesuit Church, Baronne Street

32410006

Tivoli Circle

32410007

Canal Street from top of Customs House

32410008

Front levee from same point [top of Customs House]

32410009

Poydras Street & Market

32410010

Rampart Street from Esplanade Street

32410011

St Charles Street from Gravier Street

32410012

View on Common Street opposite Charity Hospital

32410013

Canal Street looking east

32410014

Canal Street looking west

32410015

Canal Street, Mardi Gras day

32410016

Canal Street, 4th March [1865]

32410017

Canal Street from Rampart Street

32410018

Statue of Henry Clay at the intersection of Canal, St Charles, and Royal Streets

32410019

City Hall, St Charles Street from Girot.

32410020

St Charles Street from Canal

32410021

The Presbytere, St Louis Cathedral, and the Cabildo on Jackson Square

32410022

The statue of Andrew Jackson and St Louis Cathedral

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

A.

New Orleans and vicinity (continued)

32410023

Jackson Square - bird's eye view

32410024

Jackson Square - bird's eye view

32410025

Jackson Square from foot of levee

32410026

Jackson Monument at Chalmette

32410027

Camp Street from Canal

32410028

Esplanade Street

32410029

St. Mary's Market

32410030

French Market

32410031

French Market and Levee

32410032

Claiborne Market

32410033

Free Market

32410034

Canal Street & Algiers Ferry Landing

32410035

View at the Levee, New Orleans

32410036

Another view at the Levee, New Orleans

32410037

City Hall from Camp Street

32410038

Canal Street from Slocomb's block

32410039

View at city gas works

32410040

Royal Street

32410041

Bayou bridge

32410042

Bayou bridge station

32410043

Bayou Toll Gate

32410044

Bayou Bridge, Bayou St. John

32410045

Levee foot of Canal

32410046

2nd District ferry landing

32410047

Jackson Street depot, New Orleans, Jackson &Great Northern Rail Road

32410048

New Basin

32410049

Charity Hospital

32410050

Charity Hospital

32410051

State University Hospital

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

A.

New Orleans and vicinity (continued)

32410052

Marine Hospital - Algiers

32410053

U. S. Marine Hospital - Algiers, 2nd view

32410054

Unitarian Church

32410055

Saint Ann Church

32410056

Insane Asylum

32410057

Touro Building - ruins

32410058

St. Elizabeth Asylum near Washington

32410059

Custom House

32410060

Police jail & Parish prison

32410061

General Sheridan's Headquarters

32410062

General Canby's Headquarters, St. Charles

32410063

General Banks' Headquarters, Coliseum Place

32410064

City Hall

32410065

Captain Courtney's residence, Esplanade

32410066

Unidentified residence on Esplanade

32410067

Steamer St. Maurice

32410068

Steamer Black Hawk

32410069

Chartres Street

32410070

Masonic Hall

32410071

Chartres Street

32410072

Chartres Street [?]

32410073

Christ Church

32410074

St. Louis Cathedral

32410075

Henry Clay statue, Canal Street

32410076

Jackson Square

32410077

St. Charles Hotel

32410078

Mechanics' Institute

32410079

St. Charles Theater

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

A.

New Orleans and vicinity (continued)

32410080

Barracks Citadel

32410081

Story Building

32410085

Girod Street Cemetery

32410086

Girod Street Cemetery

32410087

Girod Street Cemetery

32410088

McDonough Monument

32410089

St. Louis Street Cemetery

32410090

Lafayette Street Cemetery

32410091

Bayou Bridge Cemetery

32410092

Patriots Cemetery

32410093

Soldier's Cemetery - Bonnet Carrie Road

II.

B.

Camp Groce, Texas

32410082

Prisoners from Camp Groce, Texas, 75th NY

II.

C.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

32410083

Vicksburg Courthouse

II.

D.

Houma, Louisiana

32410084

Thatched cabin - Houma

II.

E.

Donaldsonville, Louisiana

32410094

Donaldsonville Cemetery

32410095

Donaldsonville Cemetery

32410096

Donaldsonville Cathedral

32410097

Fort Butler, Donaldsonville

32410098

Levee Donaldsonville

32410099

Ruins at Donaldsonville

32410100

Ruins at Donaldsonville

32410101

Sugar Plantation - Bayou LaFourche

32410102

Sugar Plantation - Negro Quarters

32410103

Headquarters, 159th New York Volunteers (Donaldsonville)

32410104

Camp of 159th New York Volunteers (Donaldsonville)

II.

F.

Red and Alabama Rivers

32410106

Red River above dam

32410107

Alabama River (Steel's Expedition)

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

F.

Red and Alabama Rivers (continued)

32410108

Alabama River (Steel's Expedition)

II.

G.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

32410109

Levee, Baton Rouge, La.

32410110

Church Street (Baton Rouge, La.)

32410111

General Grover's Headquarters (Louisiana State Bank, Baton Rouge, La.)

32410112

Deaf & Dumb Asylum, Baton Rouge, La.

32410113

Camp of 174th New York & 30th Massachusetts Volunteers

32410114

Court House & Market, Baton Rouge, La.

32410115

State Prison, Baton Rouge, La.

32410116

1st Contraband Camp, Baton Rouge, La.

32410117

Cemetery of 25th Connecticut Volunteers, Baton Rouge, La.

32410118

State House (ruins)

32410119

Section of the 18th New York Battery

32410120

Sergt. Hosmer's grave

32410121

Arsenal Grounds, Baton Rouge, La.

32410122

Arsenal Grounds, North Street, Baton Rouge, La.

32410123

Arsenal Grounds, Baton Rouge, La.

32410124

Arsenal Grounds, Baton Rouge, La.

32410125

Arsenal Grounds, Baton Rouge, La.

32410126

Arsenal Grounds, Barracks, Baton Rouge, La.

32410127

Arsenal, Baton Rouge, La.

32410128

Arsenal Grounds, Barracks, Baton Rouge, La.

II.

H.

Port Hudson, Louisiana

32410129

After Surrender, Port Hudson, La.

32410130

Ruined battery overlooking the Mississippi River, Port Hudson, La.

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

H.

Port Hudson, Louisiana (continued)

32410131

Ruins of fortification, interior view, Port Hudson, La.

32410132

Captured cannon, Port Hudson, La.

32410133

Captured cannon, Port Hudson, La.

32410134

Captured cannon, Port Hudson, La.

32410135

Mortar battery, Port Hudson, La.

32410136

Outer defenses, Port Hudson, La.

32410137

Obstacles at the defensive wall, Port Hudson, La.

32410138

Banks' Headquarters, Port Hudson, La.

32410139

Defenses on the bluff above the Mississippi River, Port Hudson, La.

32410140

Railroad siding, Port Hudson, La.

32410141

Lady Davis - to the right of Jackson's sally-port. Augur's front.

32410142

View on the extreme North, where the colored troops charged May 27, 1864 charging from the woods to the hill.

32410143

View from the defensive works.

32410144

Large gun in its position.

32410145

Looking towards our 17 gun battery showing gopher holes.

32410146

Church used as a granary.

32410147

Entrance to mine under Citadel.

32410148

View outside the Citadel.

32410149

Ruined Confederate battery.

32410150

View along the river from the Citadel.

32410151

Men lined up outdoors

32410152

Inside the Citadel.

32410153

Case of false pretenses on the water front.

32410154

Interior view of the Citadel.

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

H.

Port Hudson, Louisiana (continued)

32410155

9-inch Dahlgren’s on the navel Battery slung for transportation.

32410156

Another interior view of the Citadel.

32410157

Rebel huts.

32410158

Looking towards Federal 17 gun battery from the interior of the citadel showing "gopher holes."

II.

I.

Federal naval forces

32410159

U.S.S. "Hartford"

32410160

Whistling Jack

32410161

Officers of the Hartford

32410162

Men of the Hartford

32410163

U.S.S. Hartford's helm

32410164

Deck of the Hartford

32410165

U. S. S. "Mound City"

32410166

Officers of the Mound City

32410167

U. S. S. "Ozark"

32410168

Naval ordnance aboard the Ozark

32410169

U.S.S. Pittsburgh

32410170

U.S.S. Essex

32410171

U.S.S. Chickasaw

32410172

U.S.S. Lexington

32410173

U.S.S. Estrella

32410174

Copy of an engraving of a converted steamboat.

32410175

U.S.S. Minona No. 2

32410176

Ironclad on the river.

32410177

U.S.S. Quaker City at Pensacola.

32410178

U.S.S. Richmond

32410179

Admiral David Farragut & Commodore Percival Drayton

32410180

Ulysses S. Grant

II.

J.

Mobile Bay, Alabama

32410181

Fort Morgan - River Battery

Series

Subseries

Series name

Image #

Caption

II.

J.

Mobile Bay, Alabama (continued)

32410182

Mobile Point Lighthouse

32410183

Mobile Point Bastion, north side

32410184

Water Battery

32410185

Mobile Point Bastion, north side

32410186

Mobile Point Bastion, north and west side

32410187

Mobile Point Bastion, south side, inner works

32410188

Mobile Point Bastion, south side, outer works

II.

K.

Rogers Groups statuary

32410189

Camp Life: The Card Players

32410190

Mail Day

32410191

Town Pump

32410192

Camp Fire

32410193

Sharpshooters

32410194

Country Post-office: "News from the Army"

32410195

Taking the Oath & Drawing Rations

32410196

Home Guard: Midnight on the border

32410197

Picket Guard

32410198

Returned Volunteer: "How the fort was taken"

32410199

Bushwacker: the wife's appeal for peace

32410200

Union Refugees

II.

L.

Genre images

32410105

My Old Kentucky Home

INDEX TERMS

Aerial views--Photographs

32410113

Alabama River (Ala.)--Photographs

32410107

32410108

Algiers (New Orleans, La.)--Cemeteries--Photographs

32410088

Algiers (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

32410052

32410053

Arsenals--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

32410127

Artillerymen--Photographs

32410119

Baton Rouge (La.)--Photographs

32410109

32410110

32410111

32410112

32410113

32410114

32410115

32410116

32410117

32410118

32410119

32410120

32410121

32410122

32410123

32410124

32410125

32410126

32410127

32410128

Batteries (Ordinance)--Louisiana--Donaldsonville--Photographs

32410098

Bayous--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410041

32410042

32410043

32410044

Black Hawk (Steamer)--Photographs

32410068

Blessing, Samuel T., 1832-1897, photographer

32410001

32410011

32410021

32410026

32410049

32410054

32410055

32410081

32410085

Bridges--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410041

32410042

32410044

Buildings--War damage--Donaldsonville (La.)--Photographs

32410099

32410100

Cabildo (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

32410021

Cemeteries--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

32410117

32410120

Chalmette Monument (Chalmette, La.)--Photographs

32410026

Chalmette Unit, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve (La.)Photographs

32410026

Charity Hospital (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

32410049

32410050

Chickasaw (Ironclad)--Photographs

32410171

Church buildings--Louisiana--Donaldsonville--Photographs

32410096

Church buildings--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410054

32410055

32410073

32410074

Church Street (Baton Rouge, La.). Photographs.

32410110

Claiborne Market (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

32410032

Coastal defenses--United States--Alabama--Photographs

32410184

Cobblestone roads--Photographs

32410072

Commercial buildings--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410081

Cotton--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410004

32410034

Courthouses--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

32410114

Courthouses--Mississippi--Photographs

32410083

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum (Baton Rouge, La.)--Photographs

32410112

Donaldsonville (La.)--Cemeteries--Photographs

32410094

32410095

Donaldsonville (La.)--Photographs

32410099

32410100

Drayton, Percival, 1812-1865--Photographs

32410179

Dwellings--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410062

32410063

32410065

32410066

E. & H. T. Anthony (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)

32410180

Essex (Ironclad)--Photographs

32410170

Estrella (Steamer)--Photographs

32410173

Farragut, David Glasgow, 1801-1870--Photographs

32410179

Flaneurs--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

32410076

Florida Street (Baton Rouge, La.)--Photographs

32410115

Fort Butler (La.). Photographs.

32410097

Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs

32410181

32410183

32410185

32410186

32410187

32410188

Fortification--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs

32410130

32410131

32410136

32410137

32410139

32410154

32410156

32410158

Free Market (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

32410033

French market (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

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Gas manufacture and works--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Genre painting, American--Reproductions

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Gothic revival (Architecture)--Louisiana--Photographs

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Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885--Photographs

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Hartford (Sloop)--Photographs

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32410162

32410163

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Horse railroads--Cars--Photographs

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Horse-drawn omnibuses--Louisiana--New Orleans

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Hospitals--Louisiana--Algiers (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

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Hotels--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Houma (La.)--Photographs

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Jackson Square (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

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L.I. Prince (Studio : New Orleans, La.)

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Landscape photography--Louisiana--Bayou LaFourche--Photographs

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Lexington (Woodclad)--Photographs

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Lighthouses--Alabama--Photographs

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Log cabins--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs

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M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)

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32410190

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Marinas--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Marketplaces--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)

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McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.) (continued)

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McPherson, William D., photographer

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McPherson, William D., photographer

(continued)

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Mechanics' institutes--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Methodist church buildings--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Military camps--Louisiana--Photographs

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Minona No. 2 (Gunboat)--Photographs

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Mobile Point (Ala.)--Photographs

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Mortars (Ordnance)--Photographs

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Mound City (Ironclad)--Photographs

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32410166

New Orleans (La.)--Cemeteries--Photographs

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New Orleans (La.)--Photographs

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New Orleans (La.)--Photographs

(continued)

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North Boulevard (Baton Rouge, La)--Photographs

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Old State Capital (Baton Rouge, La.)--Photographs

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Ordnance, Naval--Photographs

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Ordnance--Photographs

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Ozark (Ironclad)--Photographs

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Parks--New Orleans (La.)--Photographs

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Piers--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Plantations--Louisiana--Bayou LaFourche--Photographs

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Plaster sculpture--Photographs

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Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs

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Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863Photographs (continued)

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Portraits, group--Louisiana--Donaldsonville

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Presbytère (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

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Prey (Woodclad)--Photographs

32410174

Prince, Louis Isaac, 1832-1867, photographer

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Prisoners of war--Camp Groce, Tx.--Photographs

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Prisons--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Prisons--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Psychiatric hospitals--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Quaker City (Steamer)--Photographs

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Railroad stations--United States--New Orleans (La.)--Photographs

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Railroads--Buildings and structures--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs

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Railroads--Cars--Photographs

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Red River (La.)--Photographs

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Refugee camps--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Richmond (Sloop)--Photographs

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River steamers--Alabama--Photographs

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32410108

River steamers--Louisiana--Photographs

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Round towers--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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S.T. Blessing (Studio : New Orleans, La.)

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Sailboats--Photographs

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Sailing ships--Louisiana--Donaldsonville--Photographs

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Sailing ships--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Sailors--American--1860-1870--Photographs

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Sailors--United States--Photographs

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Slaves--Dwellings--Louisiana--Photographs

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Slaves--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Squares (open spaces)--Photographs

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St. Louis Cathedral (New Orleans, La.)

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St. Mary's Market (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs

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St. Maurice (Steamboat)--Photographs

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Stadtfeld, Maurice (Photographer)

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Statues--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Steamboats--Louisiana--New Orleans

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Steamboats--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Steamboats--United States--Photographs

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Street photography--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Tennessee (Ironclad)--Photographs

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Thatched buildings--Louisiana--Houma--Photographs

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Theaters--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Toll roads--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 159th (1862-1865). Photographs.

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United States. Navy--Officers--Photographs

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United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Army--Headquarters--Photographs 32410112

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United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs

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University hospitals--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Urban landscapes--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Urban landscapes--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Urban landscapes--Louisiana--New OrleansPhotographs (continued)

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Urban landscapes--Louisiana--New OrleansPhotographs (continued)

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Vicksburg (Miss.)--Photographs

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W.D. McPherson (Studio : New Orleans, La.)

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W.D. McPherson (Studio : New Orleans, La.) (continued)

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Waterfronts--Louisiana--Baton Rouge--Photographs

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Waterfronts--Louisiana--New Orleans--Photographs

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Waterfronts--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs

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Waterfronts--Louisiana--Red River--Photographs

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