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'Photo copy from original daguerreotype - owned by Thomas J. Arnold, Elkins, - 1920. Original made in Mexico City, 1847. Prints reversed.'
Earliest portrait of Thomas J. Jackson. The photograph was made in Mexico City, during the Mexican War.
Ambrotype owned by his niece Alice E. Underwood.
Jackson resigned his U.S. Army commission in 1851 and accepted a teaching position at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. He would earn the rank of lieutenant general in the Confederate Army and the sobriquet, "Stonewall".
Upper left one of a series of C.S.A. cards sold in the North.  Showing a fraudulent  'collar'.  Center is a sample of the Brady print showing same fraudulent uniform.  Brady probably never saw Jackson, but sold thousands of these pictures, which is an 1851 portrait.
View of Charleston, West Virginia in 1854.
'Bottom-Major Jackson, at V.M.I. in 1857. Photo furnished by Mrs. Jackson to Hearsts Magazine, in September 1913.'
Artist may have been attempting to sketch Thomas J. Jackson, Professor at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia in 1860.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson as well as a depiction of him being mortally wounded made from an ambrotype from Matthew Brady.
Engraved portrait of Thomas J. Jackson.