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Union Army Portraits

The single best source for Civil War photographs is the U.S. Library of Congress, which holds the core collections of original Civil War documentary ... The majority of the ambrotypes and tintypes are portraits by unidentified photographers of Civil War soldiers, primarily Union soldiers.
[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and unidentified man with full beard in fur hat]
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Maj. Gen. G.A. Custer / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

Photograph shows portrait of George Armstrong Custer in uniform.

Fitz John Porter / Brady, New York.

Photograph shows Gen. Fitz-John Porter of 15th Regular Army Infantry Regiment and General Staff U.S. Volunteers Infantry Regiment in uniform.

Father Boyle / Brady's National Photographic Galleries, No. 352 Pennsylvania Av., Washington, D.C. & Broadway & Tenth Street, New York.

Photograph shows Chaplain Francis E. Boyle of Hospital Chaplains U.S. Volunteers Infantry Regiment.

Maj. Gen. Hunter / Brady's National Portrait Galleries, New York & Washington.

Photograph shows Major General David Hunter of 3rd Regular Army Cavalry Regiment and 6th Regular Army Cavalry Regiment in uniform with sword.

Roswell K. Bishop, Co. I, 123 Reg. N.Y.S.V. Killed at the Battle of Chancellorsville, May 3d 1863.

Photograph shows portrait of identified soldier, Roswell K. Bishop of Company I, 123rd New York Infantry Regiment, in uniform with holstered revolver.

Gabriel De Korponay

Photograph shows portrait of Colonel Gabriel DeKorponay of Field and Staff, 28th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, in uniform with Hardee hat and sword.