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Lady

Agnes Robinson, actress

Lady

Mrs. Miller

Mrs. Seabury

Miss Ogden

Miss Clara Barton

Mrs. R. Ettridge

Miss Mali

Miss Alice Harrison

Mrs. or Miss McCauley

Mrs. Landkul

Miss Levinson

Miss Bradon

Janauschek, Actress

Miss M. McDaunt

Head of Infant

Mrs. R.H. Thompson and others

Lady

Mrs. F. Kurzman

Mrs. H. A. Bowers

Mrs. Rawson

Miss Isherwood, or Miss Sherwood

Sister M. M. Joseph

Mrs. Stetson

Mrs. or Miss McPherson

Lady

Mrs. Draper

Sister J. Ledwith

Mrs. Bradon

Lady

Miss Alice Harrison

Miss Walton

Mrs. O'Malley

Tinnie Clafin, Wall Street broker

Mrs. W. Boker

Mrs. Swain (or Swann)

Mrs. Lamb

Miss Webb

Mrs. H. J. Rogers

Miss Ida Williams

Mrs. A. Allen

Mrs. Holmes

Adelaide Phillips (1878)

Mrs. Stuart

Mrs. M. F. Wend

Lady

Doctor Mary Walker

Actress

Miss Lawrence

Mrs. Kinsella

Lady

Mrs. Hogan

Miss Pruyn

Miss Bateman

Mrs. Orton

Miss E. Demine

Mrs. Coon

Mrs. B. Smith

Lady

Mrs. Conkling

Camp scene, ladies in camp

Mrs. Thouron

Actress

Mrs. J. Dooley

Mrs. W. H. Morris

Mrs. Watkins

Lady

Mrs. Ham

Miss Reynaud

Mrs. M. Hogan

Miss Waugh

Miss Wheeler

Gen. Louis D. Watkins and wife

Actors

Mrs. Astor

Mrs. Astor

Mrs. L. D. Wilson

Miss Perkinson

Mrs. Donahue

Miss or Mrs. Marble

Mrs. Conlin

Sister Sylvester

Lady

Mrs. Notman

Miss Clara Harris (Married Major Rathbone)

Mrs. N. Davis

Miss N. M. Wilder

Mrs. Jackson

Sister Cecilia, Sisters of Mercy.

Mrs. Kohler

Miss Bradon

Christine Neilson

Lady

Mrs. J.L. McKeever

Miss Gates

Master Shropshire

Mrs. Notman

Miss Gottschalk, Actress

Staff of Gen. Sherman accompanied by ladies

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