Confederate officers photograph album, undated.

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Pollard, Charles T. (Charles Teed), 1842-1873. Confederate officers photograph album, undated.

Confederate officers photograph album, undated.

Photograph album, undated, consists of 49 cartes-de-visite depicting various Confederate generals including Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Joseph Johnston, John Breckinridge, James Longstreet, John Bell Hood, Raleigh Colston, Earl Van Dorn, David Twiggs, Williams Wirt Allen, William Peck and others. There are also a small number of photographs labeled as "colonel" or "general" that cannot be positively identified.

.33 cubic ft. (1 archives box).

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