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Important Stereoview of the Commanders of the II Corps in
Virginia in 1864,   Generals Hancock, Birney, Barlow and
Gibbon. Anthony/Brady.
Some of the most important photography of the Civil War
will follow with these original Alexander Gardner
Stereoviews of the destruction of the battle of Antietam.  
First time the world had seen scenes of carnage in
original photographs.   Very rare.  View of the
Confederate dead along the road south of the Corn
Field.  (Gardner/Brady imprints on all images in this group
see the following images below)
Dead of the Irish Brigade before the sunken Road.  
More Confederate dead along the road to the south of the
Burying the dead on the Battlefield at Antietam
Scarce Stereoview of General Edward Ferrero of the IX
Corps at Petersburg.  Ferroro a Division Commander
under Burnside was to lead his Black Troops in the
assault on the Crater until Meade changed plans at the
last minute and substituted Ledlie's untrained troops
resulting in a disaster where many of both Divisions were
slaughtered.  Anthony bm showing a neat scene on the
porch of a house.
Dead Confederate who had dragged himself into a small
ravine to die. by Gardner
Stereo of the Great Metropolitan Sanitary Fair by
Anthony.  Note all the battleflags and mementos of the
Union Armies.
A Good view of the Covered Way inside Rebel Fort
Damnation after the fall of Petersburg.  Anthony view No
Anthony Stereoview of a Dead Confederate soldier in the
trench's of Petersburg after the City fell to Grants
assault.   War views no. 3199.  Haunting image shows the
terrible nature of War.
Alexander Gardner view of the dead Confederates of
Gordon's command in the Sunken Lane at Antietam.
Stereoview of a Dead Confederate in Petersburg's
trenchs.  Anthony view no. 3175
Very rare view of the eviscerated Dead Confederate at
Gettysburg.  Published by Taylor and Huntington.  
Ultra-rare Original Alexander Gardner Stereoview of
Grant's Council of War taken at Massoponax Church in Va
in 1864.  Grant is seen as leaning over Meade's shoulder
pointint out something on a map.  Rarely seen and
Stereoview of General Humphrey's II Corps AOP taken
during the Grand Review parade after Lee Surrendered.  
Anthony backmark.  II Corps was the hardest fighting
Union Corps in the war made famous by Winfield Scott
Hancock.  View no. 3308
Anthony view of the "Picket Guard on Alert" War view No
2061.  These are men of the 4th Michigan Infantry who
would go on to Glory for their fight in the Wheatfield of
Gettysburg losing their Colonel Harrison Jeffords in a
bayonet fight over their flag.  
Dead Rebel inside Union Picket Lines after the Storming
of Petersburgh on April 2nd, 1865.  Anthony Stereo No.
3186.  Nicely tinted with period inscription as seen.