Lantern slides, ca. 1900.


Cocks, Fraser,. Lantern slides, ca. 1900.

Lantern slides, ca. 1900.

The slides show views of Mt. Vernon, scenes in Richmond, Virginia, including the White House of the Confederacy, the Hotel Richmond, Libby Prison, St. John's Church, and the Capitol. Other places depicted are the Wythe House, Williamsburg; Hampton Institute; the surrender of Lee at Appomattox; the Blue Ridge and C & O Railroad, Clifton Forge, Virginia; and the Mason Tunnel.

12 items : glass (b&w, col.)

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