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Thomas Nast  Civil War Scrapbook. 1861 - 1866    One of Charles W. McLellan's most prized possessions was Nast's scrapbook of his work during the Civil War years. It contains 234 pencil sketches, 32 wash drawings, 10 proofs of wood engravings made from his drawings, and a reference collection of 638 photographs.

Thomas Nast Civil War Scrapbook. 1861 - 1866 One of Charles W. McLellan's most prized possessions was Nast's scrapbook of his work during the Civil War years. It contains 234 pencil sketches, 32 wash drawings, 10 proofs of wood engravings made from his drawings, and a reference collection of 638 photographs.

ca. 1864-65, [carte de visite of mourners at grave of Gen. T.J. (Stonewall) Jackson. Lexington, VA]

ca. 1864-65, [carte de visite of mourners at grave of Gen. T.J. (Stonewall) Jackson. Lexington, VA]

A collection three ledgers with drawings of the war, battle and camp drawings of the Civil War from William B. Stark of Egremont, Mass.

A collection three ledgers with drawings of the war, battle and camp drawings of the Civil War from William B. Stark of Egremont, Mass.

1865 Shopping for Christmas Dinner. Hand colored woodcut engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, titled "Buying the Christmas Turkey." Shows a crowd of holiday shoppers inspecting birds in an open air market

1865 Shopping for Christmas Dinner. Hand colored woodcut engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, titled "Buying the Christmas Turkey." Shows a crowd of holiday shoppers inspecting birds in an open air market

1863 Civil War Memorial Broadside 81st NY Co C Presented Capt to Colonel Signed

1863 Civil War Memorial Broadside 81st NY Co C Presented Capt to Colonel Signed

Holloway advertised heavily to American soldiers, sailors, and their families during the Civil War. Posters and broadsides – include some in full color – declared that his products were the “Soldier’s True Friend.” One poster showed a Union officer carrying a box of the remedy to an ailing sergeant; another had Moses handing out Holloway’s pills and ointment to soldiers, civilians and freed slaves.

Holloway advertised heavily to American soldiers, sailors, and their families during the Civil War. Posters and broadsides – include some in full color – declared that his products were the “Soldier’s True Friend.” One poster showed a Union officer carrying a box of the remedy to an ailing sergeant; another had Moses handing out Holloway’s pills and ointment to soldiers, civilians and freed slaves.

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