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1.Camp Nelson photographic collection | XML
2.Large posed group photograph; African-American men and women, some men in military uniform in front of large wooden white building | Foster, G. W. | XML
3.Refugee camp; Street scene; dirt road with small white wooden houses lining both sides far into the distance, crowd of African-American women and children posing in street around man on horse. | Foster, G. W. | XML
4.Exterior of building; large white wooden sided building flanked by smaller buildings, two African-American men in front, one on horseback | Foster, G. W. | XML
5.Boone's Knob near the Kentucky River; mountain in background with creek running in front, trees in foreground, wagons near creek. | Foster, G. W. | XML
6.The Hickman Covered Bridge; constructed in 1838 over the Kentucky River it was replaced with a steel bridge in the 1930's. A skirmish between the Union and Confederate soldiers occurred at the bridge on March 28, 1863. It is a white covered bridge over the river, trees in foreground and background, building flanking bridge. | Foster, G. W. | XML
7.The Oliver Perry House, also known as the White House; it was appropriated to house officers and is currently in the process of restoration. The house is a large white wooden sided building with two floors and columns, there are various African-Americans siting on upstairs and downstairs porches, Caucasian man in military uniform sitting on porch, horse, and horse and buggy in front of house, dirt road in foreground, with trees in the background | Foster, G. W. | XML
8.The Post Headquarters; wooden building with two floors and cupola, two men are standing on sidewalk near wooden fence in foreground, trees and house with wooden fence in background | Foster, G. W. | XML
9.Camp Nelson convalescent camp; eight rows of four white tents each, small group of people sitting in front of them, trees and more tents in background, cleared area and tree stumps in foreground, written on back in pencil, upper left corner, "Harmsfeld (?) No 2," on lower left "8 Phelps 3a (?)" | Foster, G. W. | XML
10.Landscape with building; three rows of white tents with wooden buildings behind them and two floor white wooden buildings adjacent, field in foreground and trees in background | Foster, G. W. | XML
11.Reservoir; large reservoir on raised ground surrounded by a wooden fence with three people standing on dirt road in foreground, buildings and trees in background. Water is pumped to the reservoir from the Kentucky River. There is a gazebo within the fence for officers. | Foster, G. W. | XML
12.Exterior of building; large white wooden building, sign on building reads "U.S. Sanitary Commission, Soldier's Home," large group of men standing in front, white wooden fence with men resting in foreground, dirt road leading to buildings in background | Foster, G. W. | XML
13.Office of the quartermaster and commissary; large wooden building with porch and two floors, three men riding in wagon pulled by horses while other men stand in front of building, dirt road and trees in foreground, trees in background | Foster, G. W. | XML
14.Steam powered pump house; wooden house built on mountainside raised with a concrete structure and wooden beams above the Kentucky River, three people looking out of window, men sitting on porch, trees and wooden staircase going over mountainside in background, creek in foreground | Foster, G. W. | XML
15.Landscape; steam powered pump house from #13 above in center, surrounded by trees, creek in foreground, trees and clearing in background | Foster, G. W. | XML
16.Posed group photo; six men, four kneeling, two standing, all wearing coat and tie, bottom of photo reads "Isaac Damon, E.P. Knight, F.W. Boyden, J.B. Earnshaw, A.W. Waite, A.A. Livermore" | Foster, G. W. | XML
17.Posed group photo, Approximately fifty-five African-American girls being taught outside by a Caucasian female while two bearded Caucasian men look on, white wooden building in background | Foster, G. W. | XML
18.Beyond the shelf, serving historic Kentuckiana through virtual access | XML
19.Four months in Libby and the campaign against Atlanta / | Johnston, I. N. (Isaac N.) | XML
20.Historical sketches of Christ Church, Louisville, Diocese of Kentucky | Craik, James, 1806-1882. | XML
21.Border and bastille | Lawrence, George A. (George Alfred), 1827-1876. | XML
22.Fighting Joe, or, The fortunes of a staff officer a story of great rebellion / | Optic, Oliver, 1822-1897. | XML
23.Charter and the other acts of the legislature relating to Kentucky University together with the statutes and laws / | University of Kentucky | XML
24.St. Olave's a novel | Tabor, Eliza | XML
25.Barren honour a novel | Lawrence, George A. (George Alfred), 1827-1876 | XML
26.Riflemen of the Miami | Ellis, Edward Sylvester, 1840-1916 | XML
27.Farmer boy, and how he became commander-in-chief | Heady, Morrison, 1829-1915. | XML
28.Lectures on the evidences of catholicity delivered in the cathedral of Louisville. | Spalding, M. J. (Martin John), 1810-1872. | XML
29.Spiritual retreat of eight days / by the Right Rev. John M. David ; edited, with additions and an introduction by M.J. Spalding. | David, John Baptist Mary, 1761-1841. | XML
30.Southern generals : their lives and campaigns / by William Parker Snow. | Snow, William Parker, 1817-1895 | XML
31.Backwoodsman, or, Life on the Indian frontier | Wraxall, Lascelles, Sir, 1828-1865. | XML
32.Address to the churches of Christ in Kentucky and other loyal states, in regard to the treatment of church-members who have been engaged in the rebellion | Taffe, John. | XML
33.Report of the Kentucky Commissioners to the late Peace Conference held at Washington city, made to the legislature of Kentucky | Kentucky. Commissioners to the Peace Conference at Washington, February 1861 | XML
34.Letters of the Hon. Joseph Holt, the Hon. Edward Everett, and Commodore Charles Stewart, on the present crisis | Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894. | XML
35.Biography of Elder J.T. Johnson | Rogers, John, 1800-1867. | XML
36.Waveland State Shrine photographic collection, 1861-1865 | XML
37.Jefferson Davis (1808-1889); President of the Confederate States of America | Waveland State Shrine | XML
38.Major General John Cabell Breckinridge (1821-1875), C.S.A.; Kentucky State Representative; two-term U.S. Congressman; U.S. Vice President under James Buchanan; U.S. Senator; Secretary of War, Confederate States of America | Waveland State Shrine | XML
39.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; (aka The Thunderbolt of the Confederacy, aka The Marion of the South); Lexington, Kentucky native; commander of the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry, lead raids into Indiana and Ohio | Waveland State Shrine | XML
40.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; (aka The Thunderbolt of the Confederacy, aka The Marion of the South); Lexington, Kentucky native; commander of the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry, lead raids into Indiana and Ohio | Waveland State Shrine | XML
41.Lieutenant General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (1824-1863); Confederate States of America; major victories at Manassas (twice), Antietam, Chancellorsville | Waveland State Shrine | XML
42.James Murray Mason (1798-1871) C.S.A.; diplomat, ambassador to England; drafted the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 | Waveland State Shrine | XML
43.Lieutenant-Colonel Matthew Mullins, 40th Kentucky Mounted Infantry; U.S.A; fought John Hunt Morgan at the Second Battle of Cythiana, Kentucky, June 12, 1864 | Waveland State Shrine | XML
44.Brigadier General Edward H. Hobson (1825-1901); U.S.A.; pursued John Hunt Morgan during his raids into Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio; taken prisoner by Morgan June 11th, 1864, released shortly after; commander at Camp Nelson, 1865 | Waveland State Shrine | XML
45.General Joseph Eggleston Johnston (1807-1891) C.S.A.; most senior ranked military figure to join the Confederacy | Waveland State Shrine | XML
46.John Slidell (1793-1871) C.S.A.; diplomat, ambassador to France | Waveland State Shrine | XML
47.Major General Simon Bolivar Buckner (1823-1914) C.S.A.; organized Kentucky State Militia, one of the most successful Confederate Generals | Waveland State Shrine | XML
48.Major General Edmund Kirby Smith (1824-1893) C.S.A.; general of final major Confederate force to surrender | Waveland State Shrine | XML
49.General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard (1818-1893) C.S.A.; commander at Fort Sumter | Waveland State Shrine | XML
50.General Roger Weightman Hanson (1827-1863) C.S.A.; Lexington, Kentucky native; Commander of the Orphan Brigade, killed in the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee | Waveland State Shrine | XML
51.General Roger Weightman Hanson (1827-1863) C.S.A.; Lexington, Kentucky native; Commander of the Orphan Brigade, killed in the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee | Waveland State Shrine | XML
52.Major General Richard Ewell (1817-1872) C.S.A.; given command of Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's forces upon his death | Waveland State Shrine | XML
53.Major General Fitzhugh Lee (1835-1905) C.S.A.; later elected Governor of Virginia, consul-general to Havana | Waveland State Shrine | XML
54.General Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870) C.S.A.; eventually named commander-in-chief of Confederate forces | Waveland State Shrine | XML
55.Major General William Preston (1816-1887), C.S.A.; Lexington, Kentucky native; served in the Kentucky State Legislature | Waveland State Shrine | XML
56.Major General Sterling Price (1809-1867) C.S.A.; governor of Missouri | Waveland State Shrine | XML
57.Unidentified Confederate soldier | Waveland State Shrine | XML
58.2nd Lieutenant Andrew Jackson Beale (1831-1909); C.S.A. | Waveland State Shrine | XML
59.Unidentified group of Confederate soldiers | Waveland State Shrine | XML
60.Confederate soldier, 1st Lieutenant uniform; inside the case, written in ink: "This [illegible] was taken in Baton Rouge / It was taken from a Yankee Colonel / L Ee /Chattanooga Tenn. Dec. 15th 1862"; another message is written in pencil perpendicular to ink text, but it is illegible | Waveland State Shrine | XML
61.Unidentified young man; image was taken by Mullen Studios of Lexington, KY | Waveland State Shrine | XML
62.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
63.General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard (1818-1893); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
64.General Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
65.Lieutenant General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (1824-1863); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
66.James Murray Mason (1798-1871); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
67.Unidentified man in suit; items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
68.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
69.General Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
70.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
71.Jefferson Davis (1808-1889); items #26-35 pasted to a single backing board | Waveland State Shrine | XML
72.Cassius Clay photographic collection, 1866 | Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903 | XML
73.Small brick house, lake in foreground with a sailboat, trees and fence in background. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
74.The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia. Large white building with several floors, two spinnerets top the church, bell in central section of the church, large bell placed as a monument in front of church, Russian text at the bottom of image. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
75.Small concrete house with two chimneys, fence and small walking bridge leading to house from the road, houses in background, imprint in Russian at the bottom of image. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
76.Small log house, wooden fence with gate to one side, roof of a second house is visible behind the first house, yard with trees in front, road in foreground. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
77.Large concrete building, probably part of the College of Agriculture of Peter the Great, main building has two floors, wings to each side form the rest of the structure, grounds are neatly landscaped. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
78.Artist's rendition of a monument, three step dais with a square base has depiction of man with a helmet and wings holding a sword over another man while others look on, statue of a man in robes kneeling and looking skyward, pillar has a crest and wreath, topped by the bust of a priest, a child looks upon the monument from a cobblestone street. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
79.Artist's rendition of a long building, building has at least three floors, a dome atop the center, windows line the walls across the building. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
80."Broadwell's breech-loading field gun" (handwritten in ink along bottom of photo); small cannon mounted on a dual chassis, powder box on second axle, extension rod with chain to allow mounting to a wagon or horse team, foreign text at bottom "Shumann & Sohn, Hop-Photographen: Carlsruhe". | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
81.Frontispiece, Thirteen lines of Russian text, addressed to Cassius Clay, ten Russian signatures at bottom. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
82."Broadwell's breech-loading field gun" (handwritten in ink along bottom of photo); picture of cannon from #7, cannon is separated from second axle and powder box, it is being serviced by a soldier, sighting mechanism is being employed and loading chamber is open. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
83."Broadwell's breech-loading field gun" (handwritten in ink along bottom of photo); image is identical to #10 in all respects. | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
84."The Might of the Republic" (written on ribbon across the top, held by an eagles claw), image contains 101 portraits of various Union generals and statesmen, text at the bottom states "Entered According to Act of Congress by O.H. Oldyroyd in the year 1866. In the clerks office of the southern district of Ohio". | Clay, Cassius, 1810-1903 | XML
85.Hunt-Morgan House Deposit photographs | XML
86.Henrietta Hunt Morgan (1840-1909) (Mrs. Basil Duke) | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
87.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
88.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
89.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, reproduction negative | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
90.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, reproduction print | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
91.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, engraving | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
92.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
93.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
94.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, reproduction | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
95.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, reproduction | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
96.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, reproduction cut from book | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
97.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
98.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
99.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, reproduction of a painting | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
100.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, reproduction of a painting | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
101.Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, reproduction of a painting | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
102.John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) and Martha "Mattie" Ready (1840-1888), his second wife | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
103.John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) and Martha "Mattie" Ready (1840-1888), his second wife | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
104.John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) and Martha "Mattie" Ready (1840-1888), his second wife, cropped version of #42 and #43 | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
105.John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) and Martha "Mattie" Ready (1840-1888), his second wife, reproduction of an oval-cropped version of #42 and #43 | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
106.1st Lieutenant Thomas Hunt Morgan (1844-1863), C.S.A. | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
107.Group of "Morgan's Men" while prisoners of war in Western Penitentiary, Pennsylvania; (l to r) Captain William E. Curry, 8th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Andrew J. Church, 8th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Leeland Hathaway, 14th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Henry D. Brown, 10th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant William Hays, 20th Kentucky Cavalry; all were captured with John Hunt Morgan in Ohio | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
108.Group of "Morgan's Cavalry" while prisoners of war in Fort Delaware, Delaware; (l to r) 1. Lt. H.H Brogden; 2. Col. Joseph Tucker; 3. Lt. H.H. Smith; 4. Capt. Hart Gibson; 5. Lt. J.J. Andrews; 6. Brig. Gen. R.B. Vance; 7. Col. Cicero Coleman; 8. I.W.K. Handy; 9. B.B. Key Orderly; 10. Brig. Gen. M. Jeff Thompson; 11. Col. R.C. Morgan; 12. Col. W.W. Ward; 13. Capt. C.H. Morgan; 14. Col. Basil Duke; 15. Lt. J.A. Tomlinson; handwritten on back in ink "The Rebel / A Martyr to a cause which he conceived / to be right and espoused with unbounded enthusiasm, / A soldier where ever placed, braving every hardship / and danger and wearing at all times the insignia / "Onward" / [illegible] | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
109.Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), wife of William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905), handwritten on back in pencil "Rebecca Henry taken / 1866 Mason + Eliza Henry / daughter, Mrs Will Edwards / (Mrs. William Harvey Edwards, he / being one of "Morgan's Men.")" | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML
110.Jefferson Davis (1808-1889); President of Confederate States of America; handwritten on back in pen "With best wishes / and kindest rem- / embrance / To Mrs. Morgan / Jefferson Davis" reproduction of a portrait | Hunt and Morgan families of Lexington, Kentucky | XML