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View of Union soldiers and civilians attending the dedication ceremony of the Bull Run monument, June 10, 1865. By William Morris Smith.

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Union soldiers from the Army of the James posing in front of shelters in their winter camp at Point of Rocks, Virginia, c. 1864.
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Union soldiers from the Army of the James posing in front of shelters in their winter camp at Point of Rocks, Virginia, c. 1864.

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An unidentified Union artillery unit, c. 1861.
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An unidentified Union artillery unit, c. 1861.

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A British elephant-drawn artillery battery with a mule and ox-drawn baggage train visible to the right and rear during the Second Anglo-Afghan War, c. 1878. By John Burke.
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A British elephant-drawn artillery battery with a mule and ox-drawn baggage train visible to the right and rear during the Second Anglo-Afghan War, c. 1878. By John Burke.

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Ambrotype of a group of people riding in a wagon, c. 1860’s.
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Ambrotype of a group of people riding in a wagon, c. 1860’s.

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Daguerreotype postmortem portrait of two men posing with an unidentified deceased clergyman in his casket, c. 1850.
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Daguerreotype postmortem portrait of two men posing with an unidentified deceased clergyman in his casket, c. 1850.

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Animated stereoscopic daguerreotype portrait of an unidentified woman, c. 1850’s.
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Animated stereoscopic daguerreotype portrait of an unidentified woman, c. 1850’s.

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Three American troops posing with Molotov cocktails, sticky bombs, and other weapons in training during World War 2.

Three American troops posing with Molotov cocktails, sticky bombs, and other weapons in training during World War 2.

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Calotype photograph of a group of people posing near the Royal High School in Edinburgh, Scotland, c. 1845. By David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson.
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Calotype photograph of a group of people posing near the Royal High School in Edinburgh, Scotland, c. 1845. By David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson.

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Daguerreotype view of Whitehall from Trafalgar Square which is blurred with pedestrian and carriage traffic, London, 1839. One of the earliest known daguerreotypes taken in England. Attributed to a Monsieur de St Croix, which is believed to be a pseudonym for another unknown photographer.

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