Carte de visite photographs
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Phtographer Alexander Gardner plans to send Lee photographs that are on hand in his studio at that include his company's imprint. He also plans to print and mount one-hundred photographs without his imprint, per Lee's request.
This letter to Robert E. Lee is from Benjamin S. Elliott. Elliott wishes to give Lee a colt sired by horse "Patrick Henry". Included with this letter is a carte de visite photograph of the "Patrick Henry".
One original carte de visite of J. William Jones, taken by Michael Miley of Lexington, VA. Jones signed the photograph.
A carte de visite photograph of Washington and Lee University student William E. Dold. Dold graduated in 1876. The photo was taken by Lexington, Va. photographer Michael Miley and is autographed by Dold.
Carte de visite photograph of Carter James Harris by Boude and Miley. Harris was a faculty member of Washington College and Washington and Lee University from 1858-1894. This item is signed by Harris.
A collection of 17 photographs, copies, and postcards related to Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall' Jackson, his first wife Elinor Junkin and second wife Mary anna Morrison. The collection includes two original cartes de visite. One, a retouched image of Jackson in his pre - Civil War U.S. Army uniform without a photographer's imprint and the other, a view of his grave by Michael Miley, of Lexington, Va., c. 1870 - 75.The postcards date to the mid 20th century.
Modern copy of carte de visite photograph of James Edward Allan Gibbs (1829–1902). The Rockbridge County, Va. inventor was a partner in the Wilcox and Gibbs Sewing Machine Company.
This folder contains a student notebook containing the history of the Houston family written by H.I. Houston as well as a carte de visite photograph of the Houston family coat of arms taken by Adam Plecker, a regional traveling photographer.
One original carte de visite (cdv) of Washington College taken by Lexington photographers Joseph Kelly and Samuel Pettigrew, circa 1865-1866. The prominent buildings of the Colonnade are labeled with a key on the reverse.
A carte de visite sized engraving of General John B. Floyd in uniform by engraver 'Chas. Magnus, 12 Frankfort St, NY.' The image of Floyd is bordered by a decorative red oval. It resembles a trading card. Floyd was 31st governor of Virginia and a Confederate general in the American Civil War.