Photographs

Collection Type

  • Photography

Date

1863

GUSN

GUSN-25746

Description

Group of eighteen carte-de-visite portraits of women shown in shoulder length, three-quarter length and full-length formats.

Details

Descriptive Terms

portraits
photographs
albumen (egg white)
emancipation
civil wars
patriotism
Albumen
Civil War
Abolition
Patriotism
Print, Photographic

Inscription

Typed on label--l.r. recto: ""Executive Committee of the/ New England Women's Auxil-/iary Association, of the/ U.S. Sanitary Commission/ during the Civil War./ Gift of Mrs. Christopher/ R. Eliot, Ex. Com. N.E./ Women's Aux., U.S. Sanitary/ Com. 1863/ 1924.253"" Typed on label--verso: ""The names of those in this frame are as/ follows, beginning in the upper left-hand corner and/ reading to the right;/ 1st row. Abby W. May/ Sarah C. Williams/ Isa E. Gray/ Martha C. Stevenson/ 2nd row Mrs. Charles Paine/ Mrs. David Buck/ Annie S. Seuer?/ Mrs. J.C. Johnson/ Mary G. Loring/ 3rd row Maria A. Revere/ Mrs. Tebbetts (later Mrs. George S. Hale)/ Sarah G. Carey/ Mrs. S.F. Hooper/ Mrs. Ozias Goodwin/ 4th row Mrs. Feroline Fox/ Annette P. Rogers/ Mrs. William Endicott,Jr./ Mrs. F.A. French/ Members of the Executive Committee of the New/ England Women's Auxiliary Association of the U.S. Sanitary/ Commission of Civil War---?/ A.M. LAING & SON/ ---? Spring St.,/ Cor. of Park St.,/ PORTLAND, ME.""

People and Organizations

Women's Auxiliary Association

Maker

A.M. Laing & Son (Photographer)

Location of Origin

Portland, ME, USA

Object Type

Art

Dimensions

22 3/4 x 18 1/2 (HxW) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of Mary May Eliot

Accession Number

1924.253

Places

Maine (United States)