United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
A portrait of Whitelaw Reid, who was a reporter during the Civil War, and later, managing editor for the New York Tribune and U.S. Ambassador to France and Great Britain. Born in Xenia, Ohio, Reid wrote for the Cincinnati Gazette and was one of the first journalists to be imbedded with troops during battles. After the war, Reid reflected on his journalist and diplomatic activities in his books, After the War (1866) and Ohio in the War (1868).
Library of Congress, Print and Photograph Division, Civil War glass negative collection, LC-DIG-cwpbh-03126
between 1860 and 1865
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"Whitelaw Reid," in Ohio Civil War 150 | Collections & Exhibits, Item #1955, http://www.ohiocivilwar150.org/omeka/items/show/1955 (accessed October 24, 2016).