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Sherman and His Generals

A work made of albumen print, plate 1 from the album "photographic views of the sherman campaign" (1866).
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  • A work made of albumen print, plate 1 from the album "photographic views of the sherman campaign" (1866).

Date:

1865

Artist:

George N. Barnard
American, 1819–1902

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Photography and Media

Artist

George N. Barnard

Title

Sherman and His Generals

Place

United States (Artist's nationality:)

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Made 1865

Medium

Albumen print, plate 1 from the album "Photographic Views of the Sherman Campaign" (1866)

Inscriptions

Inscribed recto, in negative [?], lower right, in black/brown: "Bersch [encircled]"; printed recto, on album page, along bottom edge, below image, in black ink: "Photo. from nature By . G. N. Barnard. / SHERMAN AND HIS GENERALS / MAJ. GEN. H. W. SLOCUM. MAJ. GEN. F. P. BLAIR. / Formerly Comd'g Army of of the Tenn. Comd'g Army of the Tenn. Comd'g Military Div. of the Mississippi. Comd'g Army of Georgia Comd'g 17th Aemy Corps. / MAJ. GEN. W. B. HAZEN MAJ. GEN. JEFF. C. DAVIS. MAJ. GEN. J. A. MOWER. / Comd'g 15th Army Corps. Comd'g 14th Army Corps. Comd'g 20th Army Corps."; unmarked verso

Dimensions

Image/paper: 25.4 × 36 cm (10 × 14 3/16 in.); Album page: 41 × 50.9 cm (16 3/16 × 20 1/16 in.)

Credit Line

Hugh Edwards Photography and Media Purchase Fund

Reference Number

1969.502

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