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Cased portrait of Mrs. Josephine Neal Robb, "Cousin Jodie", daughter of Daniel R. Neal.
Cased portrait of Eliza Peters, wife of J. M. Byrnside, holding an unidentified small child.
Cased portrait of Leah Ballard
Harsh stood strongly with the Union during the Civil War in the midst of a Confederate stronghold in Barbour County. He served under Captain Michael T. Haller. This cased image of Harsh is possibly a ambrotype.
Pierpoint was originally from Morgantown, Virginia (later West Virginia. He was employed in Indiana at the start of the Civil War and enlisted in a Indiana regiment. His parents, also loyal to the Union, were still living in Morgantown. This cased image is probably an ambrotype.
Either an ambrotype or tintype, Pre-Civil War image of a young G. P. Gardener.
Either an ambrotype or tintype image of G. P. Gardner wearing an officer's uniform of possibly the Union Army,and holding a sword with a revolver tucked in his belt.
An ambrotype portrait of a small boy, probably the son of G. P. Gardner of Point Pleasant, Mason County.
An ambrotype portrait of Nathaniel Alcock Bailee [Baillie] dressed in an unidentified uniform. Bailee was a chief civil engineer during the construction of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad in the Kanawha Valley, ca. 1867-1873.
Cased ambrotype photograph of an unidentified young man. The emulsion of this fragile image is beginning to fall off the plate. Ambrotypes were popular in the mid-1800's
Ambrotype image of two prominent political leaders, active in the formation and government of West Virginia. The reverse side of the image has a political advertisement stating, "People's Ticket; For Congress, Wm G. Brown. Senate, Dan D. T. Farnsworth." Brown did serve in the United States House of Representatives before and during the Civil War. Farnsworth was never elected to the Senate, however he did served in the West Virginia Legislature for several terms and as Interim-Governor in 1869.
Possibly a tintype of a young woman wearing the style of dress and hair for the Civil War era.