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LL/82739
Unidentified photographer
Baltus Stone, Revolutionary Pensioner of the United States. Born October 1744. Signed his receipt for his Pension at the Philadelphia agency by making his mark. March 5, 1846. Aged about 101 ½ Years
1846, 5 March
Daguerreotype, 1/4 plate, hand-tinted
 
The 19th Century Rare Book and Photograph Shop
 
LL/82739

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LL/66831
N.A. Moore & R.A. Moore
William Hutchings, Aged 100
[One of the Survivors of the Revolution]
1864
Carte de visite
 
The 19th Century Rare Book and Photograph Shop
 
LL/66831

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LL/66832
N.A. Moore & R.A. Moore
Lemuel Cook, Aged 105
[One of the Survivors of the Revolution]
1864
Carte de visite
 
The 19th Century Rare Book and Photograph Shop
 
LL/66832

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LL/41359
Cundall & Howlett
Colour-Sergeant J Stanton, Royal Sappers and Miners
[Crimean Heroes]
1856
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 23538, Accession No. NAM. 1964-12-154-6-19
 
LL/41359

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LL/7693
Joseph Cundall
Crimean Heroes: William Gardner, Donald McKenzie and George Glen
1856
Albumen print
23.30 x 19.30 cm
 
National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Purchased 1992 (PGP 140.9)
 
LL/7693

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LL/46606
Robert Howlett
Sergeant William Russell, 5th Battalion, Royal Artillery
1856
Albumen print, from wet collodion negative
23.5 x 18.6 cm (9 1/4 x 7 5/16 in.)
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Sophie M. Friedman Fund, Accession number: 1992.513
 
LL/46606

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LL/6834
Quartermaster Fabry of the 1st Hussars - Grande Armée
1858 (ca)
12 in tall x 10 in
 
Brown University Library, Special Collections
Courtesy of Brown University, Special Collections, Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection
 
LL/6834

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LL/6835
Monsieur Moret of the 2nd Regiment, 1814/15, in a grand hussar uniform - Grande Armée
1858 (ca)
12 in tall x 10 in
 
Brown University Library, Special Collections
Courtesy of Brown University, Special Collections, Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection
 
LL/6835

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LL/83443
Unidentified photographer
Private Edwin S. Kellogg of the 89th New York and Corporal George W. Brown of the 157th Pennsylvania, both of whom had their left arms amputated after sustaining serious wounds in the assault on Petersburg, VA on June 18, 1864.
1866 (ca)
Carte de visite
 
Cowan Auctions, Inc
American History: Premier Auction, 26 June 2018, Lot: 63
 
LL/83443 [Further details available]

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LL/76913
E. Cady (Cobleskill, N.Y.)
Corp. George W. Brown, 157th Pa. Vol. Inf. (left) and Pvt. Edwin S. Kellogg, 89th NY Vol. Inf. (right)
1875-1878 (based on stamp)
Carte de visite
 
Private collection of Graham Pilecki
 
LL/76913 [Further details available]

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LL/83444
Cargo (Pittsburgh, PA)
A uniformed sailor and double amputee, Bernard Toby/Tobey (named spelled variously), with both arms missing below the elbow, having ribbons on his shirt and a strapped "hurdy-gurdy," or hand organ, at his hip.
1865 (ca)
Carte de visite
 
Cowan Auctions, Inc
American History: Premier Auction, 26 June 2018, Lot: 65
 
LL/83444 [Further details available]

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LL/86507
Babcock (Adams Center, Wisconsin)
Portrait of an American Civil War veteran with a trefoil pin for 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment
1898 (or later)
Cabinet card
 

 
LL/86507 [Further details available]

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LL/86905
Alessandro Pavia
Stefano Turr
[Portraits of the Expedition of the One Thousand]
n.d.
Albumen print
 
Internet - Original source ill-defined
 
LL/86905

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LL/86906
Alessandro Pavia
Giuseppe Bandi
[Portraits of the Expedition of the One Thousand]
n.d.
Albumen print
 
Internet - Original source ill-defined
 
LL/86906

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LL/53769
Unidentified photographer
Patriotic "tableau vivant" honoring WWI injured vets - Window display by Buffalo-based Kleinhans Co. (Buffalo, NY)
1910-1926
Silver print
 
Swann Galleries - New York
Sale 2345, The Vernacular Eye: Photographic Albums, Snapshots & Objects, 17 April 2014, Lot: 83
 
LL/53769

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LL/56631
Hannes Kilian
Kriegsheimkehrer, Köln (war retournee, Cologne)
1949
Gelatin silver print, ferrotyped
30.1 x 23.7 cm
 
Lempertz - Cologne
Auction 1041, November 28, 2014, Lot: 38
 
LL/56631 [Further details available]

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