Images from the Civil War and Reconstruction

Description

The Louisiana Research Collection preserves a renowned collection of images pertaining to the Civil War and its aftermath. Among its holdings are more than 1,000 photographs, lithographs, and drawings from the Louisiana Historical Association depicting the Civil War and Reconstruction era. Subjects include political leaders, soldier and regimental portraits, studio portraits of general officers, photographs of memorial committees and veteransí organizations, and forts and battlefields. Also included are images pertaining to the Army of Northern Virginia, the Washington Artillery, and photographs of Confederate monuments. Many of the images are unique, and many are by some of New Orleansís more noted photographers.

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12th Regiment, Survivors Company
Clipping from Confederate Veteran. Seven of Eleven Survivors Co. F, Twelfth Alabama Regiment. Sergeant T. H. Clower, C. C. Davis, R. W. Drake, Sergeant N.R. Simmons, G.P. Ware, Captain R.E. Park, Sergeant J. H. Eason, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
2nd Lieutenant J. M. Converse
digitallibrary@tulane.edu
2nd Lt. H. G. Geiger
Formal photograph. Front reads: "2 Lieut. H G Geiger"., 111 Canal Street, larc@tulane.edu
2nd Lt. H. G. Geiger
Formal photograph. Back reads: "2nd Lieut H G Geiger"., 111 Canal Street, larc@tulane.edu
2nd Lt. McNeill
digitallibrary@tulane.edu
A. Bojornion, Jr.
digitallibrary@tulane.edu
A. Carriene
Portrait of A. Carriene, "Your obt Jr A Carriene", digitallibrary@tulane.edu
A. D. Cropman
First mayor of the consolidated city of New Orleans, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
A. E. Burnside
digitallibrary@tulane.edu
A. H. Fahinstock
A. H. Fahinstock, 5th Washington Artillery, larc@tulane.edu
A. W. Sparks
digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Abraham Lincoln
A portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, larc@tulane.edu
Abraham Lincoln
An etched portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, larc@tulane.edu
Abraham Lincoln
An etched portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, larc@tulane.edu
Adam J. Shemwell
Portrait of Adam J. Shemwell, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Admiral Raphael Semmes
Portrait of Admiral Raphael Semmes, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Admiral Raphael Semmes
Portrait of Admiral Raphael Semmes, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Aides de Camp
digitallibrary@tulane.edu
The Alabama
The combat between Alabama and the Kearsage, off Cherbourg on the 19th of June 1864, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Alabama World War Memorial Building
Post Card; E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, WIS. --(HJB), ''This building, erected in the center of a square opposite the south end of the Capitol is a memorial to Alabama and Alabamians in the World War. It is used exclusively for the State Department of Archives and History. In addition to the administrative sub-divisions of the Department, a number of rooms are devoted to museums, collections including Indian, military, Alabama-French, William Rufus King, and several fine arts museums. The building is a joint Federal and State Project and has cost exclusive of the lot $650,000.00.'', digitallibrary@tulane.edu

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