NEW ARRIVALS; updated 1/26/2020
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CDV of Captain George L Cass wearing a rare Corps badge.  Served in the
3rd NY Cavalry and the 1st US Colored Cavalry during the War.  NO
backmark, Great image.
CDV of Surgeon Jonathan Smith Ross of the 11th New Hampshire Vols.  
Gutenkunst bm
CDV of Colonel Thomas Tinsley Heath of the 5th Ohio Cavalry.
CDV of Lt Frederick Deitz Battery L 1st NY Light Artillery
Rare autographed view of MG Alfred Terry, conqueror of Fort Fisher and
commander of the Campaign against the Sioux which led to the disaster of
the Little Bighorn.  Framed in a nice modern wooden case.  No lines exist on
the image which are from the light reflections on my cellphone camera.  
Great important piece of history.
Civil War cdv of MOH Winner Nelson Miles who went on to much fame for his
Indian Wars efforts against the Sioux and the Apache in the 1880's.  Lays
NY Imprint in a modern wooden frame.
One of the last photos taken of General Custer before his death at the Little
Bighorn by Mora of NY.
CDV of Charles Francis Adams Minister to England who helped keep
England from supporting the Confederacy.  
CDV of Lt William M Field of the 15th Pa Cavalry.  Served 8/62-12/64 rising
from Private to Lt.   Morse's Gallery of the Cumberland.
On Hold
CDV of Commodore Wilkes  USN of the Trent Affair.  
Scarce pose of Grant by Wenderoth and Taylor of Philadelphia.  
Colonel and Brigadier General John Morrison Oliver of the 4th and 15th
Michigan Vols.  Autographed on the front. by Goldin Washington.   scarce
Colonel Horace Roberts with wonderful inscription on the verso of this 1st
Michigan Infantry Colonel.  
General George Hartsuff and two staff officers one of which is his brother.
Sharp view of tough Union Cavalry General John Buford.  
Another scarce view of Grant by Wenderoth and Taylor of Philadelphia.
Scarce view of General Lee and his staff officers by Minnis of Richmond.  
Rare and important cdv of Kit Carson and Edwin Perrin Indian Agent taken
in New Mexico in 1862.