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Cartes de visite of unknown boy soldier.

Group portrait of the officers of the 90th Ohio Volunteer Infantry taken at an unknown camp, ca. 1861-1865.

Stereograph of African American soldiers from "War Views" published by E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.

127th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, also known as the 5th United States Colored Troops, in formation on Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio ca. 1863.

Contributor Note: "The attached is a letter from my great, great uncle, John Silas Caton, who enlisted in Company B 78th Ohio November 27, 1861. He was discharged because of wounds on October 23,1863.

He married Rachel Day, in 1858, in Muskingum…

Contributor Note: "The attached is a letter from my great, great uncle, John Silas Caton, who enlisted in Company B 78th Ohio November 27, 1861. He was discharged because of wounds on October 23,1863.

He married Rachel Day, in 1858, in…

Carte de visite portrait of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, 1865. Grant was commissioned Lieutenant General by Abraham Lincoln in March 1864. The black armband hanging from his sleeve may be a mourning band for President Abraham Lincoln who was…

Sheet music cover illustrated with half-length portrait of George B. McClellan by Fabronius after a photograph by Black & Case.

An election year cartoon measuring Democratic candidate McClellan's military failures against the recent successes of his successor, Ulysses S. Grant. At right Grant, portrayed as a bulldog wearing a collar labeled "Lieut. General" and epaulets, sits…