Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions
Unknown Artist, ‘Group of Four Civil War Photographs’, circa 1860s, Heritage Auctions

Group of Four Civil War Photographs Confederate prisoners captured in the Shenandoah Valley being guarded in a Union Camp, May 1862, Buildings built and used as headquarters by the 21st Michigan Infantry by Matthew Brady, Double turreted ironclad monitor 'Onondaga,' James River, January 1, 1863, Fairfax Court House, Virginia, National Guard.

Condition Report: Each is unmounted and not framed, cornered in to windowed mats measuring 16 x 20 inches; loss to the upper corners of the largest work; slight edge lightening; scattered small creases commiserate with age, most noticeable along the edges. In overall very good condition.

Signature: Each is titled in pencil on verso.

Image rights: Courtesy of Heritage Auctions

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