Lot of 25 stereoviews from The War for the Union, Photographic War History series released by Taylor & Huntington and The War Photograph & Exhibition Company, both based out of Hartford, CT, ca 1890s. All of the images are on oversized orange or buff-colored mounts with detailed descriptions and pricing imprinted on verso. The series is comprised of images spanning 1861-1865, taken primarily from negatives attributed to Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner. Highlights include: "The Ambulance Corps;" "The 'Sunken Road' at Antietam;" "Collecting Remains of the Dead;" "Confederate Soldiers laid out for Burial;" "Bringing in the Wounded;" "Hospital at Fredericksburg, Va., May, 1864;" and "Dead Rebel Artillery Soldier, Petersburg, Va., April 2, 1865."
Stereoviews with varying degrees of toning, surface soil, and wear to mounts.
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