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Photograph of the Rear Control Car of a Dirigible, ca. 1933

Inner City, August 1973

Mrs. Miller

Agnes Robinson, actress

Mrs. R.H. Thompson and others

Miss Webb

Miss Alice Harrison

Mrs. Lamb

Mrs. O'Malley

Tinnie Clafin, Wall Street broker

Janauschek, Actress

Mrs. or Miss McCauley

Doctor Mary Walker

Miss Mali


Miss Walton

Miss Ida Williams

Mrs. Swain (or Swann)

Miss Alice Harrison





Mrs. Thouron



Camp scene, ladies in camp

Mrs. Jackson

Miss Reynaud

Gen. Louis D. Watkins and wife

Mrs. Conlin


Mrs. Donahue

R. Mead, portrait of a child

Master Shropshire


Mrs. J.L. McKeever

Mrs. Kohler


Miss Bareda


Portrait of lady (possibly actress?)

Miss L. C. Miris

Miss Bradon

Christine Neilson

Miss Rice

Mrs. Shropshire


Miss Gates

Mrs. Glenmurry

Mrs. George Stephenson

Clara Louise Kellogg

Mrs. Leon Lille

Mrs. Logan


Mrs. Skiddy


Miss or Mrs. Whiting, N.J.



Mrs. Stuyvesant


Master J. Callahan

Mrs. Williams

Mrs. Roberts

Mrs. Henry J. Scudder

Miss Rousvert

Mrs. J.B. Baldwin

Mrs. A. Springer

Mrs. Hastings

Probably Lucille Western, actress

Camp scene, group of Officers and ladies

Mrs. Lester

Capt. William P. Chambliss, 5th U.S. Cavalry


Gen. Alfred Gibbs

Officer on horse

Camp scene


Gen. John A. Campbell

Gen. John A. Rawlins

Miss Alice Harrison

"Atlanta" (Confederate Ram) on James River after capture

Gen. William S. Harney

Gen. Amos B. Eaton

Camp scene, group of Officers and ladies

Gen. John Sedgwick

Gen. Henry W. Slocum

Camp scene

Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside

Gen. Thomas C. Devin

Regimental color guard

Gen. Quincy A. Gillmore

Gen. James S. Negley

Commodore Theodorus Bailey

Gen. James W. Denver

Gen. Horatio G. Wright

Gen. Phillip R. DeTrobriand

General Porter, plus others

Gen. James S. Negley

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