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Signed CDV, General Braxton Bragg

Autographed carte de visite photograph with New Orleans, Louisiana back mark

Commander of the Confederate Army of Tennessee

Very rare Confederate image


(1817-76) Born in Warrenton, North Carolina, he graduated in the West Point class of 1837 where his classmates included notable future Civil War Union Generals Joseph Hooker, and John Sedgwick, and future Confederate Generals John C. Pemberton, and Jubal A. Early. In Bragg's pre Civil War U.S. Army career he fought against the Florida Seminole Indians, and served gallantly in...  

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CDV, General William W. Loring

Had his arm amputated in the Mexican War

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861


(1818-86) Born in Wilmington, North Carolina, he was known as "Old Blizzards." His early military career saw him in action against the Florida Seminoles. Later he studied law and was elected to the Florida legislature. Commissioned directly in the Regular Army in 1846...  

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CDV, General Henry W. Halleck

General-in-Chief of all U.S. Armies during the Civil War

(1815-1872) Graduated 3rd in the West Point class of 1839. An assistant professor while still an undergraduate at the Military Academy, he first worked upon the fortifications of New York Harbor, and in 1844 inspected those of France. Upon his return to the U.S., he wrote a Report on the Means of National Defence, which was published by Congress and won him an invitation from the Lowell Institute of Boston to deliver a series of lectures. These were published as Elements of Military...  

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CDV, General Philip Kearny

"Kearny the Magnificent"

At the Mexican War battle of Churubusco, his left arm was severely wounded necessitating amputation!

He was killed at Chantilly, Virginia on September 1, 1862!

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861


(1815-62) Born in New York City to a wealthy Irish American family, he attended Columbia College, in NYC, and...  

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CDV, General Samuel Jones

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861

(1819-87) Born at "Woodfield," his family's plantation in Powhatan County, Va. Graduated in the West Point class of 1841. From 1846-51 Jones held the position of assistant professor of mathematics and instructor of infantry and artillery tactics at the United States Military Academy. He resigned from the U.S. Army...  

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Signed CDV, General George Washington Custis Lee

Signed carte de visite photograph with Richmond, Va. backmark

Eldest son of General Robert E. Lee

Captured at Sayler's Creek, Va., in 1865


(1832-1913) Born on September 16, 1832, at Fortress Monroe, Va., he was the eldest son of General Robert E. Lee, and graduated #1 in the West Point class of 1854. As a captain of engineers in the Confederate army, he engaged in the construction of the fortifications around Richmond and later served on the personal staff of C.S.A. President Jefferson Davis with rank of colonel. He was...  

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CDV, General Simon B. Buckner

Confederate Lieutenant General

Governor of Kentucky

T. Lilenthal, New Orleans, La. backmark


(1823-1914) He was born at Glen Lily, his family's estate near Munfordville, Kentucky. His closest friend in Munfordville was Thomas J. Wood, who would become a Union Army general opposing Buckner at the Battles of Perryville, Ky., and at Chickamauga, Ga. during the Civil War. He graduated from West Point in the class of 1844, and later returned to the Military Academy to serve as an assistant professor of geography, history, and...  

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CDV, General Thomas L. Rosser

Wounded 3 times during the War Between the States

Commanded the "Laurel Brigade"

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861


(1836-1910) Born on a farm called "Catalpa Hill," in Campbell County, Virginia. Appointed to West Point in 1856, at that time a 5 year course, his roommate was John Pelham. Rosser resigned on April 22, 1861, two...  

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CDV, General William W. Averell

Colonel of the 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861


(1832-1900) Born in Cameron, New York, he graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1855. His pre-war army career included garrison duty at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., a tour at the Cavalry School in Carlisle, Pa., and two years of rugged service fighting the western...  

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CDV, Headquarters of General Irvin McDowell

McDowell commanded the Union army at the 1st Battle of Bull Run, Virginia in 1861

Photo taken in Arlington, Virginia, 1862


Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/4 x 4 1/8 card. Excellent view of an octagon house in Arlington, Va., that was used as the headquarters of General Irvin McDowell in the early summer of 1862. Three Union soldiers can be seen standing on the front porch. A ladder can be seen leaning against the cupola at the top of the house which was used as an observation post. Card is trimmed. No...  

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CDV, General George L. Hartsuff

In December 1855, he was severely wounded in a skirmish with Seminole Indians near Fort Drane, Florida, a wound that would eventually cause his death!

Severely wounded at the battle of Antietam, Maryland, in September 1862

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861

(1830-74) Born at Tyre, New York, he graduated in the West Point class of...  

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CDV, General John A. Logan

Wounded at Fort Donelson, Tennessee, and in the Atlanta, Georgia campaign!

General Logan was instrumental in founding Memorial Day to honor our war veterans!

United States Senator and Congressman from Illinois

From the personal collection of Surgeon & General Bernard John Dowling Irwin. Irwin has the distinct honor of being the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in U.S. military history by date of action, February 13, 1861


(1826-86) Nicknamed "Black Jack," he served in the Mexican War as a lieutenant of...  

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