Monday, October 19, 2015
A Group Posing in Front of the Armstead and White Photograph Gallery in Corinth, Mississippi, During the American Civil War (1860's)
A group posing in front of the Armstead and White Photograph Gallery in Corinth, Mississippi, during the Civil War, c. 1860's. A number of photographic negatives on a table are in the process of making prints in the sunlight on the left. Attributed to George Armstead, who is said to be one of the men visible on the left. From Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War.