COLLECTION GUIDES

ca. 1861-1900

Guide to the Photograph Collection


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection consists of four carte de visite albums and 84 loose photographs compiled by Henry I. Bowditch to commemorate his son's death in the Civil War.

Biographical Sketches

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch (1808-1892)

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch was a Harvard-trained physician, the son of mathematician Nathaniel Bowditch. Horrified by the mob attack on abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison in 1835, Bowditch pledged his “whole heart to the abolition of that monster slavery.” He became actively involved in aiding the cause of fugitive slaves and was a founding member of the Latimer Committee and organizer of the Anti-Man Hunting League. On 17 March 1863, Bowditch’s only son Nathaniel was gravely wounded on the battlefield at Kelly’s Ford, Virginia, succumbing to his wounds a day later at the age of 23. After learning the details of his son’s suffering, Bowditch lobbied Congress to establish an ambulance service to transport wounded soldiers, publishing a pamphlet entitled A Brief Plea for an Ambulance System for the Army of the United States as Drawn from the Extra Sufferings of the Late Lieut. Bowditch and a Wounded Comrade within days after bringing his dead son home. As a way of dealing with the grief of losing his son, Bowditch created a “memorial cabinet” of manuscripts, photographs, artifacts, and books, of which this collection is a part. His aim, as stated in the preface to “Our Martyr Soldiers of the Great Rebellion,” was “For the sake of those who are to come after me, as well as for my own satisfaction, I have gathered these photographs of some of our precious New England youths, who have cheerfully and bravely given up their Lives upon the Battlefield, at their Country’s Call. May the sight of these features of Our “Noble Army of Martyrs” be as grateful to the hearts of others as their collection has been to my own.”

Nathaniel Bowditch (1839-1863)

Nathaniel Bowditch was the only son of Henry Ingersoll and Olivia Jane Yardley Bowditch. The first grandson of the family, he was named after his grandfather, the famed mathematician. “Nat” had an unremarkable childhood and at the outbreak of the Civil War was studying medicine with Jeffries Wyman, having earlier attended Lawrence Scientific School where he studied under Louis Agassiz. After the Battle of Ball’s Bluff, where many Boston acquaintances had been either killed or taken prisoner, Nathaniel decided to join the Army. On November 5, 1861, he received his commission as Second Lieutenant in the First Massachusetts Cavalry, departing for Port Royal, S. C., in January of 1862. He was promoted to First Lieutenant and was the Assistant Adjutant General on the staff of Col. Alfred Duffie when the First Massachusetts was called into action at the Battle of Kelly’s Ford, Virginia, in March of 1863. According to his father’s Memorial, Bowditch was leading a cavalry charge when Confederate troops rushed in and surrounding him, shot his horse, and wounded Bowditch with the blow of a sabre to the head. As he lay on the battlefield next to his dead horse, he was shot multiple times before rallying Union troops drove off the Confederates. Some hours later, a passing Union officer carried Bowditch off the battlefield to safety, but he succumbed to his wounds the next day.

Sources

Bowditch, Henry I. Memorial [of Lt. Nathaniel Bowditch]. Boston: John Wilson & Son, 1865.

Folsom, Charles F. "Henry Ingersoll Bowditch." In Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 28 (May 1892-May 1893), p. 310-331.

Collection Description

Collection of photographs compiled by Henry I. Bowditch in memory of his son, Nathaniel Bowditch, who was killed at Kelly's Ford, Virginia, during the Civil War. Volumes 1-2, entitled "Our Martyr Soldiers of the Great Rebellion," contain carte de visite photographs of men, chiefly from Massachusetts, killed during the Civil War. Volume 3 is an album given to the Bowditch family in 1901 comprising carte de visite photographs of Civil War generals and political figures including Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, George McClellan and "Parson" Brownlow. Volume 4 is a carte de visite album carried by Nathaniel Bowditch while in the Army and contains pictures of his friends and family including Katharine Putnam, his aunts Eliza Dixwell and Harriette Houghton, and Professor Louis Agassiz. The collection also contains a series of photographs of Union soldiers in Folly Island and Morris Island, South Carolina, taken by Lt. Philip Haas and Washington Peale, as well as a number of copy photographs related to Abraham Lincoln. Massachusetts photographers represented in the collection include John Adams Whipple, James Wallace Black, Allen & Horton, Black & Case, G. W. Kendall, and F. L. Lay, among many others.

Acquisition Information

Deposited by Nathaniel Bowditch, March 1930.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Our Martyr Soldiers of the Great Rebellion

Arranged according to original order within each volume.

Our Martyr Soldiers, vol. 1

Box 1Vol. 1p. 1#235.01
Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865)Photographer unknown.

Caption: "Abraham Lincoln Washington. Our Martyr-President April 14, 1865."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 1#235.02
Bowditch, Nathaniel (1839-1863)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: “Lieut. Nathaniel Bowditch, March 17, 1863 Kelly’s Ford Va. Æt. 23”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 2#235.03
Shaw, Robert Gould (1837-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Robert G. Shaw Fort Wagner 54 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 2#235.04
Shaw, Robert Gould (1837-1863)Photographer unknown.Photograph of a bust of Robert Gould Shaw.
Box 1Vol. 1p. 2#235.05
Shaw, Robert Gould (1837-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Robert G. Shaw, July 18, 1863 ‘They buried him under his niggers’."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 3#235.06
Simpkins, William H. (1839-1863)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. William N. Simpkins, Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863 54 Mass. Inf.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 3#235.07
Russell, Cabot Jackson (1844-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Cabot Jackson Russel, Fort Wagner, July 13, 1863 54 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 4#235.08
Putnam, William Lowell (1840-1861)Taken by E. L. Allen, Boston .

Caption: “Lieut. William L. Putnam Ball’s Bluff, 20th Mass.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 4#235.09
Putnam, William Lowell (1840-1861)Unknown artist.Engraving.
Box 1Vol. 1p. 5#235.10-235.11
Bond, Henry May (1836-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Henry May Bond, Wilderness, 25 Mass. Inf.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 6#235.12
Fox, Thomas Bayley (1839-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: “Capt. Thomas B. Fox, Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, 2d Mass. Inf.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 6#235.13
Ives, Robert H. (1837-1862)Taken by Gorham & Co., Providence, R.I.

Caption: "Robert H. Ives Jr. Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. Vol. Aid to Genl. Rodman, 2d Rhode Is. Inf.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 7#235.14
Ware, Robert (1833-1863) Taken by A. Marshall & Co., Boston.

Caption: "Dr. Robert Ware, Washington, NC April 10th 1863, 44 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 7#235.15
Mason, Philip Dummer (1842-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Philip D. Mason, Gardensville, June 11, 1864. U.S.Art."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 8#235.16
Webster, Fletcher (1813-1862)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

"Col. Fletcher Webster, 2d. Bull Run, Aug. 29, 1862, 12th Mass. Inf. Æt. 49."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 8#235.17
Sedgwick, John (1813-1864)Taken by George G. Rockwood, New York, N.Y.

Caption: "Maj. Genl. Sedgwick, Spottsylvania, May 9, 1864 Æt. 53."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 9#235.18
Foote, Andrew Hull (1806-1863)Taken by M. B. Brady, New York, N.Y.

Caption: "Commodore Foote, Mississippi June 26 1863 Æt. 57."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 9#235.19
Rodman, William Logan (1822-1863)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Col. William M. Rodman, Port Hudson May 27, 1863, 38 Mass. Inf. Æt. 40.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 10#235.20
Stevenson, Thomas Greely (1836-1864)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Brig. Gen. Thomas G. Stevenson, Spottsylvania May 1864, 24th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 10#235.21
Griswold, Charles E. (1834-1864)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Charles Griswold, Wilderness May 6, 1864 56 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 11#235.22
Revere, Paul Joseph (1832-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Paul Revere, Gettysburg, July 4th 1863, 20 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 11#235.23
Revere, Edward H. R. (1827-1862)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Dr. Edward Revere, Antietam Sept. 17, 1862 20th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 12#235.24-235.25
Mudge, Charles Reddington (1839-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Charles R. Mudge, Gettysburg, 2d Mass."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 13#235.26
Prescott, George L. (1829-1864)Taken by E. L. Allen, Boston.

Caption: "Col. George L. Prescott, Petersburg, June 18, 1864, 32 Mass."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 13#235.27
Blaisdell, William E. (1815-1864)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Blaisdell, 11 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 14#235.28
Savage, James (1832-1862)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Col. James Savage, Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 14#235.29
Willard, Sidney (1831-1862)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. Sydney Willard, Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862 35 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 15#235.30
Sedgwick, William Dwight (1831-1862)Taken by M. B. Brady, New York.

Caption: "Maj. William D. Sedgwick, Antietam. Sept. 17, 1862 2d Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 15#235.31
Coolidge, Sidney (1830-1863)Photographer unknown.

Caption: "Maj. Sydney Coolidge, Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863 16 U.S."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 16#235.32
Dwight, Wilder (1833-1862)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Wilder Dwight, Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862 2d. Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 16#235.33
Dwight, Howard (1837-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Howard Dwight, Courtableau May 7, 1863 Æt. 26 24 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 17#235.34
Cary, Richard (1836-1862)Taken by Silsbee, Case & Co., Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Richard Cary Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9, 1862 2d Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 17#235.35
Dehon, Arthur (1841-1862)Unknown photographer.

Caption; "Lieut. Arthur Dehon, Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862 Æt. 21, 12 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 18#235.36
Abbott, Edward Gardner (1840-1862)Taken by J.W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Ed. G. Abbott, Cedar Mountain Æt. 22 2d Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 18#235.37
Abbott, Edward Gardner (1840-1862)Taken by G. K. Warren, Lowell, Mass.
Box 1Vol. 1p. 19#235.38
Abbott, Henry Livermore (1842-1864)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. Henry L. Abbott Wilderness, May 6, 1864 Æt. 22 20 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 19#235.39
Lowell, James Jackson (1837- 1862)Photographer unknown.

Caption: "Lieut. James J. Lowell, Glendale, June 30, 1862 Æt. 25, 20 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 20
Goodwin, Richard C.Image missing

Caption: "Capt. Richard C. Goodwin Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9, 1862 Æt. 29 2d Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 20#235.40
Shurtleff, Nathaniel B. (1838-1862)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Capt. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, Cedar Mountain Aug. 9, 1862 Æt. 24 12 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 21#235.41
Reed, James Sewall (1832-1864)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Sewall Reed Drainsville, Feb. 22, 1864 2d Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 21#235.42
Williams, William Blackstone, (1830-1862)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. William B. Williams, Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9, 1862 2 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 22#235.43
Johnson, Charles Robinson (1836-1863)Taken by E. L. Allen, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Charles R. Johnson Gettysburg, July 2, 1863."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 22#235.44
Rockwell, William Walker, (1839-1863)Photographer unknown.

Caption: "Capt. William Rockwell Baton Rouge, Dec. 1863."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 23#235.45
Batchelder, George Wellington (1839-1862)Taken by Heald & Brother, Lynn, Mass.

Caption: "Capt. George W. Batchelder, Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862 Æt. 24 19 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 23#235.46
Batchelder, Charles Jacob (1836-1862)Taken by Heald & Brother, Lynn, Mass.

Caption: "Charles J. Batchelder Baton Rouge Sept. 9 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 24#235.47
Robeson, Thomas Rodman (1840-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Thomas R. Robeson Gettysburg, July 3, 1863 2nd Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 24#235.48
Hall, Henry Ware (1839-1864)Taken by A. Marshall & Co., Boston.

Caption: "Adjut. Henry W. Hall, Kenesaw Mountain, June 27, 1864 51 Illinois Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 25#235.49
Stearns, Frazar Augustus (1840-1862)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption:"Adjut. Stearns, Newberne Mar. 14, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 25#235.50
Perkins, James Amory (1836-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. James A. Perkins, Morris Island, Aug. 26, 1863. Æt. 27, 24 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 26#235.51
White, William Greenough (1840-1862)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Wm. Greenough White, Antietam Sept. 17, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 26#235.52
Dunn, Horace Sargent (1841-1862)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Horace S. Dunn, Yorktown, May 22, 1862 Æt. 20, 22 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 27#235.53
Paine, Sumner (1845-1863Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Sumner Paine Gettysburg, July 3, 1863 Æt. 18, 20 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 27#235.54
Ropes, Henry (1839-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Henry Ropes, Gettysburg, July 3, 1863 Æt. 24, 20th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 28#235.55a/b
Parkman, Theodore (1837-1862)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport, Mass.

Caption: "Col. Serg. Theodore Parkman, Whitehall."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 29#235.56
Newcomb, Edgar Marshall (1840-1862)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Edgar M. Newcomb, Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862 Æt. 22. 19 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 29#235.57
Morris, Roland B. (1839-1863)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Serg. Roland B. Morris, Gettysburg, July 1, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 30#235.58
Phillips, Samuel D. (-1862)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Samuel D. Phillips St. Helena Island, Dec. 5, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 30#235.59
Burrage, Joseph Perrin (1842-1863)Taken by Harley & Metcalf, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Lieut. Joseph P. Burrage Look Out Mountain, Oct. 28, 1863 Æt. 21 33 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 31#235.60
Alden, Leonard Case (1839-1863)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Leonard C. Alden, Hilton Head, Oct. 5, 1863 55 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 31#235.61
Goodrich, John Franklin (1826-1863)Taken by G. D. Hamilton, Boston.

Caption: "Priv. John F. Goodrich, Vicksburg, June 4, 1863 Æt. 37 23 Iowa Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 32#235.62
Mason, Edward B. (1837-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Edward B. Mason, Readville, Sept. 14, 1863 Æt. 26 2nd Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 32#235.63
Stone, Goodwin Atkins (1841-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Goodwin A. Stone, Aldie Va. July 18, 1864 Æt. 23, 2nd Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 33#235.64
Hills, Joseph S. (1841-1864)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Joseph S. Hill, Wilderness, May 6, 1864."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 33#235.65
Chambers, John G. (1828-1864)Taken by Samuel Masury, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Col. John G. Chambers, Drury’s Bluff, Petersburg, Sept. 15, 1864."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 34#235.66
Hodges, John (1841-1864)Taken by R. A. Lewis, New York.

Caption: "Lieut. Col. John Hodges, Petersburg Mine, July 31, 1861 [sic], Æt. 22, 59 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 34#235.67
Patten, Henry Lyman (1836-1864)Taken by J.A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. Henry L. Patten, Deep Bottom, Sept. 10 1864, Æt. 28, 20th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 35#235.68
Dodd, Albert (d. 1862)Taken by T. R. Burnham, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. Albert Dodd Gaines Mills, June 27 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 35#235.69
Dunn, Horace Sargent (1841-1862)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Maj. Henry J. Haven, Petersburg, July 14, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 36#235.70
Wadsworth, James S. (1807-1864)Unknown artist.Engraving.

Caption: "Brig. Gen. James S. Wadsworth, Wilderness, May 6, 1864, Æt. 57."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 36#235.71
Lyon, Nathaniel (d. 1861)Unknown photographer.Photograph of an engraving.

Caption: "Brig. Gen. Lyon, Wilson Creek, Missouri, 1861."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 37#235.72
Lowell, Charles Russell (1835-1864)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Col. C. R. Lowell, Cedar Creek, Oct. 19 1864 Æt. 29, 2d Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 37#235.73
Peabody, Everett (1830-1862)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Col. Everett Peabody, Shiloh, April 6, 1862, Æt. 32, 25 Missouri Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 38#235.74
Schneider, Edward M. (1846-1864)Taken by D. T. Durrell, Bridgewater, Mass. .

Caption: "Priv. Ed. M. Schneider, Coal Harbor, June 17, 1864."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 38#235.75
Tucker, John Henry (d. 1863)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Priv. John Henry Tucker, Port Hudson, May 27, 1863."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 39#235.76
Rea, Mason Archelaus (1837-1864) Taken by A. Sonrel, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Mason A. Rea, Drury’s Bluff, May 16, 1864 Æt. 27, 24th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 39#235.77
Boynton, George Francis (1841-1863)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. G. F. Boynton, New Berne, Jan. 17 1863."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 40#235.78-234.79
Munroe, Lewis Edward (1839- 1864)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. L. E. Munroe Petersburg Mine July 30, 1864."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 41#235.80
Dodd, Albert (d. 1862) Taken by Duchochois & Klauser, New York, NY.

Caption: "Capt. Albert Dodd, Gaines Mills, June 27, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 41#235.81
Park, Edward Granville (1835-1864)Taken by E. L. Allen, Boston.

Caption: “Maj. Edward D. [sic] Park.”

Box 1Vol. 1p. 42#235.82
Amory, Thomas J. C. (1828-1864)Taken by J. J. Hawes, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Thomas J. C. Amory, New-Berne, Feb. 6, 1864 3d U.S. Art."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 42#235.83
Lowell, Charles Russell (1835-1864)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Gen. Charles R. Lowell, Cedar Creek, Oct. 12, 1864, Æt. 29, 2nd. Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 43#235.84
Wells, George Duncan (1826-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Col. George D. Wells, Cedar Creek, Oct. 12, 1864. Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 43#235.85
Sargent, Lucius Manlius (1826-1864)Taken by Black & Batchelder, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Lucius M. Sargent, Weldon NC Dec. 10 1864 Æt. 38, 1st Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 44#235.86
Field, Josiah H. V. (1843-1864)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Josiah H. V. Field, Lynchburg, July 14, 1864."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 44#235.87
Weston, George F. (1837-1864) Taken by Case & Getchell, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. G. F. Weston, Rappahannock St., Jan. 5, 1864 Æt. 24, 18 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 45#235.88
Russell, Warren D. (d. 1862) Taken by F. L. Lay, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Warren D. Russel [sic], 2d Bull Run, Aug. 30, 1862, 18th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 45#235.89
Russell, Francis L. D. (d. 1864)Taken by F. L. Lay, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. F. D. Russell, 4th U.S.Art."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 46#235.90
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (1841-1862)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Gorham P. Stevens, Harrison’s Landing, Aug. 12, 1864 Æt. 21."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 47#235.91
Perkins, Stephen George (1835-1862)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Lieut. Stephen G. Perkins, Cedar Mountain, May 9, 1862 Æt. 27, 2nd Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 47#235.92
Crane, William Dwight (1840-1864)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Capt. W. D. Crane, Honey Hill, Nov. 30, 1864 Æt. 24, 55th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 48#235.93
Davis, Phineas Stearns (1818-1864) Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Col. P. S. Davis, Petersburg, July 12, 1864, 39 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 48#235.94
Putnam, Wallace Ahira (1838-1864)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. Wallace A. Putnam, North Anna, May 24, 1864 56 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 49#235.95
Haven, Samuel Foster (1831-1862)Taken by Claflin’s, Worcester.

Caption: "Surgeon Samuel S. Haven, Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862 Æt. 31, 15 Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 49#235.96
Spear, William (d. 1864)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Lieut. Shear [sic], Weldon R[ail] Road."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 50#235.97
Parker, Arthur Cortlandt (1840-1863)Taken by G,K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Lieut. Arthur Courtland Parker, Bristow Station, Aug. 24, 1863 Æt. 23."

Box 1Vol. 1p. 50#235.98
Parker, Arthur Cortlandt (1840-1863) Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Our Martyr Soldiers, v. 2

Photos. 235.157-235.194 are photographs that were added to the end of volume 2 at a later date. They have been removed from the album and moved to Box 2 (Series II. Miscellaneous carte de visite albums and loose photographs).

Box 1Vol. 2p. 1#235.99
Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865); Lincoln, Thomas (1853-1871)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "President Lincoln & Tad, Washington, D. C."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 1#235.100
Brown, John (1800-1859)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "John Brown executed at Charleston, Va."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 2#235.101
Mills, Charles James (1841-1865)Taken by A. Sonrel, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. Charles J. Mills AAG, 2 Mass Inf. Hatchers Run Va. March 31 1865 Æt. 24."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 2#235.102
Storrow, Samuel (1843-1865)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut Samuel Storrow, 2nd Mass Inf. Averyboro N.C. March 16 1865 Æt. 21."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 3#235.103
Boynton, Winthrop Perkins (1841-1864)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Lieut Boynton (W.P.) 55th Mass Inf. Honey Hill, Nov. 30 1864 Æt. 23."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 3#235.104
Dreher, Ferdinand (d. 1861)Taken by G. K. Warren, Lowell.

Caption: "Capt. Dryer [sic], 20th Mass. Inf. Ball’s Bluff."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 4#235.105
Camp, Henry Ward (1839-1864)Taken by Prescott & Gage, Hartford, Conn.

Caption: "Major Henry Kemp [sic] 10th Conn. Inf. Darbytown Oct. 16 1864 Æt. 25."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 4#235.106
Bowditch, Nathaniel (1839-1863)Taken by M. B. Brady, New York, NY.

Caption: "Nathl. Bowditch AAG, First Mass Cav. Kelly’s Ford Va. March 17 1863 Æt. 23."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 5#235.107
Freeman, Peter W. (1844-1863)Taken by F. L. Lay, Boston.

Caption: "Serj. P. W. Freeman 45th Mass. Inf. Boston July 3 1863 Æt. 18."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 5#235.108
Ritchie, Montgomery (1826-1864)Taken by George C. Rockwood & Co., New York, NY.

Caption: "Capt. Montgomery Ritchie ADC First Mass. Cav. On Maj. Gen. Augur’s staff at Port Hudson Nov. 7, 1864 Æt. 38."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 6#235.109
Fox, John L. (d. 1864)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "John L. Fox, Surgeon in chief of Admiral Porter’s Fleet. Dec. 17 1864 of disease from labors in the service."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 6#235.110
Winthrop, Theodore (1828-1861) Taken by Rintoul & Rockwood, New York, NY.

Caption: "Col. Theodore Winthrop."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 7#235.111
Webster, Frederick Hedge (1843-1865)Taken by A. Marshall, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. F. H. Webster 54 Mass. Inf. Beaufort S. C."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 7#235.112
Spurr, Thomas Jefferson (1838-1862) Taken by Claflin, Worcester.

Caption: "Lieut. T. Jefferson Spurr 15 Mass. Inf. Antietam Sepr 27 1862."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 8#235.113
Fellows, Stark (1840-1864)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Col. Stark Fellows."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 8#235.114
Thurston, H.Taken by G. K. Warren.

Caption: "H. Thurston 64th [sic] Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 9#235.115
Thayer, John Gorham (1829-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. J. G. Thayer First Mass. Cav."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 9#235.116
Markland, Captain.Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Capt. Markland Gettysburg."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 10#235.117
Stedman, Griffin Alexander (1838-1864)Taken by Prescott & Gage, Hartford, Conn.

Caption: "Stedman."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 10#235.118
Tileston, George F. (d. 1862)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Lieut. Col. Tileston 11th Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 11#235.119
Burrill, John Quincy (d. 1863)Taken by A. Sonrel, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. J. Quincy Burrill 1st Mass. Inf. Gettysburg July 4, 1863 Æt. 23."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 11#235.120
Lawson, Henry T. (d. 1865)Taken by A. Marshall, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. H. T. Lawson Newbern N.C. In 17 battles & finally died of fever. 7 March 1865."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 12#235.121
Harris, [Edward?]Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Harris 45 Mass. Inf. Newbern, NC."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 12#235.122
Revere, Edward H. R. (1827-1862); Revere Paul J. (1832-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Dr. Revere & Paul Sept. 16, 1862 Antietam July 2d 1863 Gettysburg."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 13#235.123
Doolittle, Henry Jonas (1839-1862)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Capt. H. J. Doolittle Racine Wis. Aug. 10, 1862."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 13#235.124
Hill, Edwin Ruthven (1826-1864)Taken by E. R. Perkins, Salem.

Caption: "Lieut. E. B. Hill, 55 Mass. Inf. Honey Hill Dec. 1864."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 14#235.125
Gould, [Samuel P.] (d. 1863)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Gould Gettysburg Æt.23."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 14#235.126
Haley, John Payson (1838-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "(Field) Serj. John P. Healy, 30th Mass. Inf. Winchester Sept. 19, 1864 Æt. 24."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 15#235.127
Pratt, Harrison W. (1830-1864)Taken by Claflin, Worcester.

Caption: "Major H. W. Pratt, 24 Mass. Inf. Fishers Hill, Oct. 22."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 15#235.128
Baxter, Joseph (d. 1864)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Lieut. [Joseph] Baxter Wilderness."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 16#235.129
Emerson, Stephen Goodhue (1838-1863)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Priv. Stephen Emerson, 1st Mass. Inf. Chancellorsville May 3, 1863."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 16#235.130
Leavitt, Thomas Joseph (1840-1863)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Lieut. Thomas J. Leavitt 6th Iowa Cav. White Stone Hill [illeg.] Sept. 1863."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 17#235.131
Light, Edward Palmer (1839-1864)Taken by Anson, New York, NY.

Caption: "Edward P. Light First Mass. Cav. Wilderness May 1864 Æt. 25."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 17#235.132
Smith, William Foy (1841-1865)Taken by M. B. Brady, New York, NY.

Caption: "Lieut Wm. Foye Smith First Mass. Cav. Chelsea."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 18#235.133
Adams, Frank G. (d. 1865)Taken by Lord, Providence R.I.

Caption: "Frank C. Adams, Exec. Off. U.S.N. Florida. May 22 1865."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 18#235.134
Bell, Luther Vose (1806-1862)Unidentified photographer.Photograph of an engraving by H. W. Smith, Boston.

Caption: "Surgeon Luther V. Bell."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 19#235.135
Heath, William H. (1828-1864)Taken by Meade Brothers, New York, NY.

Caption: "Surgeon W. H. Heath, 2 Mass. Inf. Chatanooga, Aug. 27, 1864 Æt. 36."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 19#235.136
Hammond, Clovis E. (ca. 1836-1864)Taken by S. P. Davis, travelling artist.

Caption: "Lieut. C. E. Hammond, 6th Conn. Inf. Bermuda Hundred, June 17, 1865."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 20#235.137
Freeman, Wilder (d. 1863)Taken by F. L. Lay, Boston.

Caption: "Serjeant Wilder Freeman, 44 Mass. Inf. Boston, July 3 1863."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 20#235.138
Rodgers, William Matticks (1838- 1862) Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Serg. William M. Rodgers 18 Mass. Inf. Savage’s Station Va. June 1862 Æt. 24."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 21#235.139
Ellsworth, Elmer E. (1837-1861)Unknown artist.Engraving.

Caption: "Col. Ellsworth Alexandria."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 21#235.140
Jarvis, Charles (1821-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Maj. Charles Jarvis 9th New Ham. Inf. Newbern Dec. 3, 1863."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 22#235.141
Wolcott, Huntington F. (1846-1865)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. H. F. Wolcott, 2d Mass Cav. Boston June 9, 1865 Æt. 19."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 22#235.142
Washburn, Francis (1838-1865)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Col. Francis Washburn, 4 Mass. Cav. Highbridge Va. April 22, 1865."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 23#235.143
Ripley, Ezra (1826-1863)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. Ezra Ripley, 29 Mass. Inf. Helena Ark. July 28 1863."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 23#235.144
Howes, William C. (d. 1864) Taken by T. R. Burnham, Boston.

Caption: "Lieut. W. C. Howes, 162 New York Inf. Pleasant Hill, Red River, May 29, 1864."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 24#235.145
Gerrish, William Little (d. 1865)Taken by William Pierce, Brunswick, Me.

Caption: "Lieut. Wm. Little Gerrish, Maine Inf. Petersburg, Va. Feb. 11, 1865."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 24#235.146
Keyes, H. W.Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Col. H. W. Keyes Mass. Inf."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 25#235.147
Grafton, James Ingersoll (1841-1865)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "Capt. James I. Grafton, 2d Mass. Inf. Averysburg NC March 16, 1865 Æt. 24."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 25#235.148
Williams, Charles F. (d. 1862)Taken by D. W. Bowdoin, Salem, Mass.

Caption: "Lieut. Charles F. Williams, 35 Mass. Inf. South Mountain Sept. 14. Died 23."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 26#235.149
Hodges, George Foster (1837-1862)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Priv. G. Foster Hodges, 5th Mass. Hall’s Hill, Jan. 31, 1862 Æt. 25."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 26#235.150
Kimball, James F. (d. 1864) Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "James F. Kimball Christian Commission."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 27#235.151
Sever, Martha (1839-1864)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Martha Sever Volunteer Nurse."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 27#235.152
Grymes, James M. (ca. 1828-1863)Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Dr. Grymes, Washington, D.C. Died at his post (vide Memorials)."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 28#235.153
Allen, Pickering Dodge (1838-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.

Caption: "Pickering D. Allen."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 28#235.154
Crowninshield, Francis Welch (1843-1866)Taken by G. K. Warren, Cambridgeport.

Caption: "Capt. Francis W. Crowninshield 2d. Mass. Albano, Italy, May 26, 1866."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 29#235.155
Deland, TuckerTaken by D. W. Bowdoin, Salem, Mass.

Caption: "Lieut. Tucker Deland."

Box 1Vol. 2p. 29#235.156
Thatcher, George Williams (1837-1864)Taken by A. N. Proctor, East Boston .

Caption: "George W. Thatcher, 6th Mass. Vol. Fort Delaware, Sept. 13."

II. Miscellaneous carte de visite albums and loose photographs

Haas and Peale photographs of Union soldiers

Box 2Folder 1#235.157
No. 1. Naval Battery. Two 80-pounder Whitworths. Breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 1#235.158
No. 2. Scene on Folly Island.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 2#235.159
No. 3. Naval Battery. Two 8-inch Parrot Rifles. Breaching battery against Sumter. Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 2#235.160
No. 4. First.Taken by Haas & Peale.

Morris Island South Carolina First Parallel.

Box 2Folder 3#235.161
No. 5. Battery Strong. One 300-pounder Parrot Rifle. Breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 3#235.162
No. 6. Battery Brown. Two 8-inch Parrot Rifles. Bursted gun.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 4#235.163
No. 7. Bursted gun in Battery Rosecrans.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 4#235.164
No. 8. Beacon House.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 5#235.165
No. 9. Bombproof, for Telegraph Operator in Trenches.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 5#235.166
No. 10. Battery Hays. Seven 30-pounder Parrot rifles—against Wagner.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 6#235.167
No. 11. Battery Reynolds. Five 10-inch Siege Mortars—against Wagner.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 6#235.168
No. 12. 300 pounder Parrot rifle after bursting of muzzle.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 7#235.169
No. 13. General Gillmore's Headquarters, Folly Island.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 7#235.170
No. 14. Headquarters. Field Officer of the Trenches. Second Parallel.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 8#235.171
No. 16. Battery Hays. One 8-inch Parrot Rifle dismounted breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 8#235.172
No. 17. Full Sap.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 9#235.173
No. 18 General Gillmore & staff.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 9#235.174
No. 19. Beacon House.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 10#235.175
No. 20. Section Capt. Ashcroft’s Battery. 12-pounder Napoleons, in 2d Parallel.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 11#235.176
No. 21. Battery Weed [five 10-inch Siege Mortars, against Wagner, 1863].Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 11#235.177
No. 22. Two sections Henry's Battery. 12-pounder Howitzers in Second Parallel.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 12#235.178
No. 23. Battery Meade. Two 100-pounder Parrot rifles. Breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 12#235.179
No. 24. Battery Rosecrans. Three 100-pounder Parrot rifles. Breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 13#235.180
No. 25. Battery Hays. Seven 30-pounder Parrot Rifles—against Wagner.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 13#235.181
No. 26. Ruins of Charleston Lighthouse.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 14#235.182
No. 27. Battery Reno. Two 100-pounders, and one 8-inch Parrot rifle. Breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 14#235.183
No. 28. Section of Lt. Birchmeyer’s Battery. 12-pounder Wiards.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 15#235.184
No. 29. Battery Stevens. Two 100-pounder Parrot Rifles. Breaching battery against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 15#235.185
No. 30. Gunboat Commodore McDonough.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 16#235.186
No. 31. Battery Kirby. Two 8-inch seacoast mortars against Sumter.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 16#235.187
No. 32. Splinterproof.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 17#235.188
No. 33. Bombproof, Fort Wagner.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 17#235.189
No. 34 30-pounder Battery in Ft. Putnam.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 18#235.190
No. 35. Swamp Angel after bursting.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 18#235.191
No. 36. Fort Putnam, formerly rebel battery Grigg.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 19#235.192
No. 37. Battery Hays. Seven 30-pounder Parrot rifles against Wagner.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 19#235.193
No. 38. 300-pounder.Taken by Haas & Peale.
Box 2Folder 20#235.194
No. 39. Bursted gun, in Battery Brown.Taken by Haas & Peale.

Carte de visite album of Civil War figures

Box 2Vol. 3p. 1#235.195
Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865)Taken by Clifford & Shapleigh, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 2#235.196
Grant, Ulysses S. (1822-1885)Taken by Black & Case, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 3#235.197
Halleck, Henry Wager (1815-1872)Published by E. Anthony, New York, N.Y.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 4#235.198
Burnside, Ambrose E. (1824-1881)Published by D. Appleton & Co., New York, N.Y.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 5#235.199
Anderson, Robert (1805-1871)Published by D. Appleton & Co., New York, N.Y.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 6#235.200
Scott, Winfield (1786-1866)Unknown photographer.Photograph of an engraving.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 7#235.201
Sigel, Franz (1824-1902)Taken by Charles Taber & Co., New Bedford, Mass.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 8#235.202
McClellan, George B. (1826-1885)Unknown photographer.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 9#235.203
Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss (1816-1894)Taken by Allen & Horton, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 10#235.204
Dabney, Charles.Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 11#235.205
Lee, Francis (1823-1886)Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 14#235.206
Shaw, Robert Gould (1837-1863)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 15#235.207
Bond, Henry M. (1836-1864)Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 16#235.208
Ware, Robert (1833-1863)Taken by A. Marshall, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 19#235.209
Stoughton, Edwin W. (1818-1892)Unknown photographer.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 23#235.210
Ellsworth, Elmer E. (1837-1861)Unknown artist.Engraving.
Box 2Vol. 3p. 24#235.211
Brownlow, William G. (1805-1877)Taken by Gutekunst, Philadelphia.

Carte de visite album belonging to Nathaniel Bowditch

Box 2Vol. 4p. 2#235.212
Putnam, Katharine DayTaken by Black & Batchelder, Boston.

Caption: "Nat's Katie"

Box 2Vol. 4p. 6#235.213
Bowditch, EdwardTaken by Black & Case, Boston.

Caption: "E. B."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 13#235.214
Unidentified man.Unknown photographer.

Caption: "My cousin Frank."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 20#235.215
Agassiz, Louis R. (1807-1873)Taken by Black & Batchelder, Boston.

Caption: "Prof. Agassiz."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 21#235.216
Unidentified woman.Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Esther."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 22#235.217
Emmons, CarolineUnknown photographer.

Caption: "Carrie Emmons."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 23#235.218
Huntington, Elisha (1796-1865).Unknown photographer.

Caption: "Dr. Huntington."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 26#235.219
Unidentified officer, a Captain.Taken by J. A. Whipple, Boston.
Box 2Vol. 4p. 27#235.220
Dixwell, Eliza.Taken by J. W. Black, Boston.

Caption: "Aunt Eliza."

Box 2Vol. 4p. 29#235.221
Houghton, Harriette.Taken by A. Claudet, London

Caption: "Dear Aunt Harriette Houghton."

Loose copy photographs related to Abraham Lincoln

Box 2Folder 21#235.222
Abraham Lincoln and son TadTaken by Mathew B. Brady.
Box 2Folder 22#235.223
Abraham Lincoln and son TadTaken by Alexander Gardner.
Box 2Folder 23#235.224
Abraham Lincoln and George B. McClellan, Antietam, 1862.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folders 24-46#235.225-247
Copy photographs of miscellaneous Lincoln portraits.Unknown photographers.
Box 2Folder 47#235.248
Early home of Abraham Lincoln.Unknown photographer.Photograph of an engraving.
Box 2Folder 48#235.249
Mr. Lincoln's home in Springfield, Ill.Unknown photographer.Photograph of an engraving.
Box 2Folders 49-51#235.250-252
Casts of Lincoln's hands.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folders 52-54#235.253-255
Casts of Lincoln's head.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folder 55#235.256
Unidentified Lincoln memorial. "With malice toward none."Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folder 56#235.257
Unidentified very tall young man.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folders 57-59#235.258-260
Daniel Webster.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folder 60#235.261
Rufus Choate.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folder 61#235.262
Bust of George Washington.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folder 62-65#235.263-266
Unidentified men.Unknown photographer.
Box 2Folder 66#235.267
Letter from Abraham Lincoln to Grace Bedell, Oct. 1860.Unknown photographer.

Preferred Citation

Nathaniel Bowditch memorial photographs, Massachusetts Historical Society photo archives.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.

Persons:

Agassiz, Louis, 18007-1873--Photographs.
Bowditch, Nathaniel, 1839-1863.
Brownlow, William Gannaway, 1805-1877--Photographs.
Dixwell, Eliza--Photographs.
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885--Photographs.
Houghton, Harriette--Photographs.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Photographs.
McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885--Photographs.
Putnam, Katharine Day, 1844-1875--Photographs.
Black, James Wallace, 1825-1896, photographer.
Lay, Frederic L., photographer.
Putnam, Katharine Day, 1844-1875, illustrator.
Whipple, John Adams, 1822-1891, photographer.

Organizations:

Allen & Horton (Boston, Mass.), photographers.
Black & Case (Boston, Mass.), photographers.
Haas & Peale, photographers.

Subjects:

Soldiers--United States--Photographs.
Folly Island (S.C.: Island)--Photographs.
Massachusetts--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs.
Morris Island (S.C.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs.
Cartes de visite.
Card photograph albums.