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CIVIL WAR 1860s Matthew Brady LARGE Mammoth Plate Photo GROUP OF OFFICERS Slave

CIVIL WAR 1860s Matthew Brady LARGE Mammoth Plate Photo GROUP OF OFFICERS SlaveThis listing is for an original large albumen cabinet photo hand titled “Group of Officers”. It shows a group of white civil war officers next to their tent being waited on by a black servant. Another black servant peeks out of his tent. […]



Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100

Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100Extremely Rare identified photograph of a former slave turned Civil War Soldier. From the Collection of the Batavia Historical Society. By Jim and Wynette Edwards. Batavia was a destination for all sorts of people from Foreign lands, the eastern seaboard states, and the south in the […]



BLACK SOLDIER CIVIL WAR TINTYPE PHOTO Family Wife Child Free Slave Negro Freed

BLACK SOLDIER CIVIL WAR TINTYPE PHOTO Family Wife Child Free Slave Negro FreedDETAILS: Rare tintype of an African American soldier along with his family. Like many tintypes of this era, it looks to have been hand colored by the photographer for effect. Tintype is hand trimmed measuring approximately 4 3/4″ x 6 1/4″ inches. There […]



RARE Civil War Cased Tintype Photo African American Black Male Slave Shirtless

RARE Civil War Cased Tintype Photo African American Black Male Slave ShirtlessRARE Civil War Cased 9th plate size, Tintype Photo African American Black Male Slave, Shirtless. This item was acquired from an estate in Nags Head North Carolina, not too far from Freedmen’s Colony, an Underground Railroad sanctuary for former slaves. You don’t normally see […]



Antique CIVIL War Era Draft Dodger Or Fugitive Slave Act Brooklyn Ny CDV Photo

Antique CIVIL War Era Draft Dodger Or Fugitive Slave Act Brooklyn Ny CDV PhotoAn original rare CDV photograph measuring approximately 4 x 2 3/8 inches as a complete piece. I consider this to be a depiction of either a draft dodger or representation of a campaign to fully repeal the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act which […]



Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100

Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100Extremely Rare identified photograph of a former slave turned Civil War Soldier. From the Collection of the Batavia Historical Society. By Jim and Wynette Edwards. Batavia was a destination for all sorts of people from Foreign lands, the eastern seaboard states, and the south in the […]



Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100

Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100Extremely Rare identified photograph of a former slave turned Civil War Soldier. From the Collection of the Batavia Historical Society. By Jim and Wynette Edwards. Batavia was a destination for all sorts of people from Foreign lands, the eastern seaboard states, and the south in the […]



CIVIL WAR 1860s Matthew Brady LARGE Mammoth Plate Photo GROUP OF OFFICERS Slave

CIVIL WAR 1860s Matthew Brady LARGE Mammoth Plate Photo GROUP OF OFFICERS SlaveThis listing is for an original large albumen cabinet photo hand titled “Group of Officers”. It shows a group of white civil war officers next to their tent being waited on by a black servant. Another black servant peeks out of his tent. […]



Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100

Identified Slave, Turned CIVIL War Soldier, Lived To Be 100Extremely Rare identified photograph of a former slave turned Civil War Soldier. From the Collection of the Batavia Historical Society. By Jim and Wynette Edwards. Batavia was a destination for all sorts of people from Foreign lands, the eastern seaboard states, and the south in the […]