Group portrait of Colonel Thomas Isaac Coffin Amory and staff, brigade headquarters, Edward R. Stanly House, New Bern, North Carolina, 1862-1863

Collection Type

  • Photography

Date

1862-1863

Location Note

Special Photographs / Special Photographs/Military/Civil War

GUSN

GUSN-197467

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Description

Colonel Thomas Isaac Coffin Amory of the Seventeenth Massachusetts Regiment is one of the men standing on the steps in front of the Edward R. Stanly House, New Bern, North Carolina. The House was used as the brigade headquarters.

Details

Descriptive Terms

group portraits
soldiers
military personnel
colonels
civil wars
houses
dwellings
photographs
black-and-white photographs

Additional Identification Number

DigitalID 002319
AccessID 4274
Other identifier HNEDID-002319

Physical Description

1 photographic print : black-and-white, mounted

Collection Code

PC001

Collection Name

General photographic collection

Reference Code

PC001.02.04.TMP.010

Places

New Bern (Craven county, North Carolina)

Record Details

Material Type

photographs
black-and-white photographs

Other People

Amory, Thomas Isaac Coffin, 1828-1864

Other Organizations

United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 17th (1861-1865)
United States. Army. Corps, 18th (1862-1864)

Subjects

Civil War

Description Level

Item

Location Note

Special Photographs / Special Photographs/Military/Civil War

Historical/Biographical Note

Historical/Biographical Note

Information provided by the New Bern Historical Society states the image is the Headquarters of the First Brigade, First Division, Eighteenth Army Corps, from John B. Green III's "A New Bern Album," (New Bern, NC: Tryon Palace Commission, 1985). The building is the Edward R. Stanly House, northwest corner of Hancock and Pollock Streets, ca. 1863.