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LL/50141
ThumbnailG.O. Brown 
Rebel Grounds, near triangle of death. Wilderness field 
[American Scenery (Stereoscopic). No. 95] 
1866 (ca) 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50116
ThumbnailJohn Carbutt 
Return of a Foraging party, near Columbus, Ky. 
1864, July (ca) 
Stereo 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50142
ThumbnailJohn Carbutt 
Return of a Foraging party, near Columbus, Ky. 
1864, July (ca) 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
44 
  
LL/50117
ThumbnailGeorge N. Barnard 
Gen. Sherman’s men destroying the Railroad, before the evacuation of Atlanta, Ga. 
[The War for the Union. No. 3630] 
1864 
Stereo 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50143
ThumbnailGeorge N. Barnard 
Gen. Sherman’s men destroying the Railroad, before the evacuation of Atlanta, Ga. 
[The War for the Union. No. 3630] 
1864 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
46 
  
LL/50118
ThumbnailSamuel A. Cooley 
Genl. Sherman’s men wheeling Rebel shot & shell from Ft. McAllister, GA. 
1864-1865 (ca) 
Stereo 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50144
ThumbnailSamuel A. Cooley 
Genl. Sherman’s men wheeling Rebel shot & shell from Ft. McAllister, GA. 
1864-1865 (ca) 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50119
ThumbnailThe War Photograph & Exhibition Company (Hartford) 
Federal Camp at Johnsonville, Tenn. This view taken at Johnsonville the day before the evacuation…. In the foreground is the depot platform and just back of that is the 1st Tennessee Colored Battery. 
[The War for the Union. No. 6646] 
1864, November 
Stereo 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50145
ThumbnailThe War Photograph & Exhibition Company (Hartford) 
Federal Camp at Johnsonville, Tenn. This view taken at Johnsonville the day before the evacuation…. In the foreground is the depot platform and just back of that is the 1st Tennessee Colored Battery. 
[The War for the Union. No. 6646] 
1864, November 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
50 
  
LL/50120
ThumbnailThomas C. Roche 
[Dead Confederate soldier in trenches outside the walls of Fort Mahone.] 
1865, 3 April (ca) 
Stereo 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50146
ThumbnailThomas C. Roche 
[Dead Confederate soldier in trenches outside the walls of Fort Mahone.] 
1865, 3 April (ca) 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50121
ThumbnailRidgeway Glover 
[Crowd with Lincoln’s casket, procession, Philadelphia.] 
1865, April 
Stereo 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  
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LL/50122
ThumbnailRidgeway Glover 
[Crowd with Lincoln’s casket, procession, Philadelphia.] 
1865, April 
Stereo, detail 
DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU 
Robin Stanford Collection 
  

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