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Painting of Camp Colors of 45th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Rectangular flag measures 52 cm high by 63 cm wide. Text on flag reads: 45th Reg't., O.V.I. This is probably the front of the flag and has been separated from the back.

Camp Colors of 45th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Rectangular flag measures 52 cm high by 63 cm wide. Text on flag reads: 45th Reg't., O.V.I. This is probably the front of the flag and has been separated from the back.

Painting of Camp Colors of the 45th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Text on flag reads: 45th Reg't O.V.I. Text is backward. This is probably the back of the flag and it has been separated from the front.

Camp Colors of the 45th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Text on flag reads: 45th Reg't O.V.I. Text is backward. This is probably the back of the flag and it has been separated from the front.

Handwritten note of reverse reads: "The last roll call. Civil War vets in front of Stanton's statue. Sort of a striking future all these are dead now. Can get their names if needed - Jene E. Bishop."

This photograph shows five men, veterans of the…

Portrait of Ohio Congressman Clement Vallandingham, ca. 1860-1869. He served as a Democrat in the House of Representatives from 1858 to 1863. In 1863, at the height of the Civil War, he was arrested for making treasonous statements against the Union…

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

Portrait of Brigadier General Daniel McCook Jr. from Carroll County, Ohio, ca. 1861-1864. He was a member of the McCook Family known as the "Fighting McCook's" a name referring to the number of family members who served in the Civil War. Daniel died…

Photographic reproduction of a portrait of Daniel McCook, Sr. from Carroll County, Ohio, ca. 1850-1863. He was killed at the Battle of Buffington Island on the Ohio River in July 1863. He was a member of the McCook Family, known as the "Fighting…

Daniel S. Young (1827-1902) created these drawings of battle wounds while serving under General William S. Rosecrans in the Army of the Cumberland during the Civil War. They include a drawing of shrapnel wounds to the arm and elbow from the Battle of…