Thursday, October 8, 2015
Time-lapse portrait of Robert Todd Lincoln, c. 1860's. Attributed to Mathew Brady.
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
View of vendors in Military Plaza in San Antonio, Texas, c. 1875.
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Portrait of an Apache man posing with a bow and arrows in Arizona, c. 1870′s. By H. Buehman.
Monday, October 5, 2015
"Apache Indians, as they appear ready for the war-path." Animated stereoscopic portrait of three Apache warriors near Camp Apache, Arizona, 1873. By Timothy O'Sullivan.
View of an African American Slave Boy Posing Next to a Pillar and a Sleeping Dog on the Grounds of Accabee Plantation Near Charleston, South Carolina (1860)
View of an African American slave boy posing next to a pillar and a sleeping dog on the grounds of Accabee Plantation near Charleston, South Carolina, c. 1860. By Osborn and Durbec.
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Animated Stereoscopic Portrait of Abraham Lincoln's Son Tad Lincoln Wearing a Union Uniform During the Civil War (1860's)
Animated stereoscopic portrait of Abraham Lincoln's son Tad Lincoln wearing a Union uniform during the Civil War. By Mathew Brady.
Friday, October 2, 2015
People Posing With a Stagecoach in Front of a Row of Businesses in the Eldridge House in Lawrence, Kansas (1867)
People posing with a stagecoach in front of a row of businesses in the Eldridge House in Lawrence, Kansas, 1867. By Alexander Gardner.
A group of Union soldiers posing in front of their winter quarters near City Point, Virginia, c. 1864. Attributed to Mathew Brady.
Animated Stereoscopic Portrait of Union General Thomas Francis Meagher During the Civil War (1860's)
Animated stereoscopic portrait of Union General Thomas Francis Meagher during the Civil War. By Mathew Brady.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
A Large Group of African American Slaves Posing Outside of Their Quarters on a Plantation Near Charleston, South Carolina (1860)
A large group of African American slaves posing outside of their quarters on a plantation near Charleston, South Carolina, c. 1860. A rare scene from perhaps the only series of photographs to document slavery in the United States. By Osborn and Durbec. Animated stereoview.