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Image of Martin M. Adams family - 736-487 thl

Martin M. Adams family - 736-487 thl

Martin M. Adams family portrait consisting of Martin Monroe Adams, Harriet C. Garrett Adams, Ernest Washington Adams Sr. and Thomas Garrett Adams. Date estimated as c. 1895. Martin M. Adams was a Civil War prisoner in 1865 and was taken to Wheeling VA (now WV). His cousin William Braithwaite was with him in prison. Thomas Garrett Adams was killed in WWI in France. All lived at the old farm in Gainesboro VA (Pughtown).

Image of Hewitt, E.W. - 370-16 wfchs

Hewitt, E.W. - 370-16 wfchs

Lt. E.W. Hewitt. Photo taken c.1885. Hewitt is wearing a suit and tie. Inscription on the photo, apparently written by Hewitt, refers to Civil War service with 9th Vermont regiment. Inscription follows. Front of photo: "Respectfully, Lt. E.W. Hewitt, 9th Vermont. Sept. 1862, York Hospital." Back of photo: "To the Noble Union Girl, Miss Annie Jackson, now Mrs. J.L. Russ [sic]. From the Union Soldier Boy you fed when sick and a prisoner in York Hospital. Sept. 1862 Winchester, Va."

Image of Star Fort Overlooking Winchester - 39-397 thl

Star Fort Overlooking Winchester - 39-397 thl

Color post card of Star Fort overlooking Winchester, VA. The fort was built during The Civil War by General Milroy. The post card in postmarked August 18, 1911 on the back. See 264-12 wfchs.

Image of John Henry Wotring - 1326-1 wfchs

John Henry Wotring - 1326-1 wfchs

John Henry Wotring (1839-1888). Photograph taken the day he volunteered to serve in the Civil War. Wotring is bearded, wearing a medium-color suit with vest and white shirt. He served in the 33rd Virginia Infantry, Stonewall Jackson Brigade, CSA.

Image of Wright, Rebecca - 39-129 thl

Wright, Rebecca - 39-129 thl

Rebecca Wright; photo copied from brochure. Ms. Wright wearing dark dress with high collar, long necklace.

Image of Lee, Robert E. - 1570-47 thl

Lee, Robert E. - 1570-47 thl

Confederate General Robert E. Lee in uniform. From an engraving.

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 49-37b wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 49-37b wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862). print that hangs in Stonewall Jackson's office. Head and shoulders portrait, no hat. Photograph taken 1986. Larger version of 49-37a.

Image of Officers of Ashby Camp Guard - 39-326 thl

Officers of Ashby Camp Guard - 39-326 thl

Officers of Ashby Camp Guard. Four men in elaborate dress uniforms standing in front of lace curtain backdrop. All are holding dress swords, hands on pommel, points grounded. Date given as 1905. Names were once written across bottom in ink but are now hard to decipher. First name illegible, ... Lieut. W. S. White, 2nd(?) Lieut. A. S. Worthington, 3rd Lieut. W. E. Barr(?). Sepia-toned print on heavy cardboard.

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 26-168 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 26-168 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862). newspaper illustration (etching/engraving) of Gen. Ashby on a horse. See page 38, Stonewall Jackson's Way. Impossible to determine when the illustration was photographed. Handwritten text on reverse of photo reads "From a war-time pen or pencil sketch of Gen. Turner Ashby, C.S.A., made by a northern correspondent and first printed in a northern newspaper or magazine".

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 601-339B wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 601-339B wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862). Photo (by Barr) of painting (watercolor?) of Gen. Ashby on a horse.

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 69-1181 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 69-1181 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862). photograph of subject in death. DO NOT PUBLISH WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF TIME-LIFE!

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 49-37a wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 49-37a wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862). print that hangs in Stonewall Jackson's office. Head and shoulders portrait, no hat. Photograph taken 1986.

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 26-169 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 26-169 wfchs

Turner Ashby (1824-1862) in civilian dress, circa 1860. Reproduced on page 36 of Stonewall Jackson's Way. Photograph mounted on heavy cardboard.

Image of General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 26-170 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862) - 26-170 wfchs

General Turner Ashby (1824-1862). Print of subject, with beard, in Confederate uniform. Head and shoulders portrait, no hat. Reproduced on page 37 of Stonewall Jackson's Way. Same source as 49-37a,b. Mounted on heavy cardboard.

Image of Jackson, Thomas "Stonewall" - 1570-48 thl

Jackson, Thomas "Stonewall" - 1570-48 thl

Confederate General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson in uniform. From an engraving.

Image of Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks - 69-1280 wfchs

Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks - 69-1280 wfchs

General Nathaniel P. Banks, US Army, Civil War. Side profile shot, in civilian clothes, dark coat and vest, white shirt, dark narrow bowtie, small mustache. Autograph scrawled across bottom of image. Note on bottom: "Entered according to act of Congress, in the Clerk's office of the U. S. D. C., Eastern District of Louisiana, by T. Lilienthal, 15th September, 1863." Mounted on heavy cardboard.

Image of Gen. Nathanial P. Banks - 736-24 thl

Gen. Nathanial P. Banks - 736-24 thl

General Nathaniel P. Banks, US Army, Civil War. Left side profile, in uniform. Source: Portrait Gallery of the War, edited by Frank Moore; New York: Van Nostrand, 1865, 1864. Photograph of line drawing. Date uncertain for photograph.

Image of Robert Barton in CivilWar uniform - 1268-74 wfchs

Robert Barton in CivilWar uniform - 1268-74 wfchs

Photographic copy of a daguerreotype of Robert Barton in Civil War uniform. Date uncertain.

Image of Milton H. H. Bayliss, CSA - 69-422 wfchs

Milton H. H. Bayliss, CSA - 69-422 wfchs

Milton Henry Harrison Baylis(s) (1840-1907), in Confederate uniform. Photocopy of short article about subject enclosed in envelope. Not on back sates that the original is in the posession of a Mildred Hawkins of Opequon.

Image of Eugene Wythe Baylor, Major, CSA - 36-46 wfchs

Eugene Wythe Baylor, Major, CSA - 36-46 wfchs

Eugene Wythe Baylor (1834-1918) in Confederate major's uniform, circa 1895. Subject was a music composer and journalist, is buried in Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester. Original backing for photo also enclosed, with notes. (This photo may be a silver print.)