Lot of 7 stereoviews, including six War Views published by E. & H.T Anthony during or soon after the war, and one published by Taylor & Huntington in the early 1890s from the original Anthony negatives. The war-era views include: "No. 3178 A Dead Southern Soldier, as he lay on the foot passage in the Trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the Soldiers 'Fort Damnation.' Part of a broken Musket and Bayonet stuck in the bank. The marks and spots on his face are blood issuing from the wound in his head"; "No. 3198 Rebel Prisoners on their way to the rear, captured by Gen. Sheridan at Five Forks, April 3d, 1865. This view was taken April 3d, after the storming of Petersburgh, Va."; "No. 3231 View in the rear of Dunlop's House, Bollingbrook Street, Petersburgh, showing ruins of Tobacco Warehouses destroyed by shell"; "No. 3258 Ruins of a Locomotive in the Petersburgh railroad Depot, Richmond, Va."; "No. 3320 Grand Review of the Great Veteran Armies of Grant and Sherman at Washington on the 23d and 24th May, 1865/ Sherman's Grand Army, Looking up Pennsylvania Ave. from the Treasury Buildings, Maj. Gen. Logan and Staff and Army of Tennessee passing in Review"; and "No. 3648 The place where Maj. Gen. J.B. McPherson was killed, Atlanta, Ga." The later printing is titled: "951 First Wagon Train Entering Petersburgh."
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