Founded in 1854, the London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company was a major publisher of stereographs-cards with two nearly identical photographs mounted side by side that can be viewed through a binocular de... more
Title from item . Photographed and published by Bell & Bro., 480 Penna. Avenue, Washington, D.C. Entered according to an act of Congress A. D. 1867 by F.H. Bell, in the District Court of the District of Columbia.
Stereograph showing soldiers from the 12th regiment relaxing in the barracks, most out of uniform and some sitting on their bunks.
Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Civil War Photograph Collection (Library of Congress). Original negative may be available: LC-B811-1152.
Stereograph shows a group of men standing next to wagons labeled "Sam A. Cooley U.S. Photographer Department of the South", with a camera on the left, and two African American men employed as drivers.
Stereograph showing long wooden spikes, chevaux-de-frise, extending from the fortifications of Fort Sedgwick, Petersburg, Virginia.
Photograph shows five Union soldiers, including one African American soldier, sitting and eating in front of tents. No. 2057. Title from item. Photographer's name from same photograph in New York Public Library... more