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ALBUM #54 Missouri 2 Family Photo Album

Civil War Era Missouri Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s.

Surnames: Orr, Blake, Felterner, Van Court

Locations: St Louis, Missouri

These are 15 loose CDV photos, they were not in an album. Most were taken in St. Louis Missouri, 1860-1864 and 1869-1875 Found William Campbell ORR [MO3] 1824-1888 s/o James ORR & Elizabeth CAMPBELL married 1855 in Missouri to Mary ANDERSON. Their daughter Kate [MO1] born ca 1858 St Louis Missouri. Found in 1870 census St Louis Missouri where he is listed as a wholesale dealer in boths and shoes. The children were Jessie, Kate, Belle, Willie and Mary. Several servants lived with them in 1870.

Found William H. BLAKE [MO4], born 1833 Pennsylvania, Captain of Steamboat on the Mississippi River, living in St Louis Missouri in 1860 with wife Virginia D [MO5], born 1826 Pennsylvania. William, Virginia and son Charles [MO2] age 6 are found in 1870 census St Louis Missouri

William Blake was a Riverboat Captain, who captained the steamboat “Julia” between New Orleans and St. Louis. JULIA was a Sidewheel, wooden hull packet. Size: 241' X 41' X 7.', 263 tons Launched: 1863, Jeffersonville, Indiana, destroyed: 1876, Jan. St. Louis, dismantled. In 1873, purchased by Capt W.C. Blake and captained by him until 1876

MO-1 Katie Orr, St. Louis v= “katie Orr’ Fitzgibbons Art Gallery, St. Louis Missouri [ca1866] St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-2 Charlie Blake [ca 1866] v= Fitzgibbons Art Gallery, St. Louis Missouri St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-3 Wm. C. Orr, Esq v= Fitzgibbons Art Gallery, St. Louis Missouri St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-4 V= “Capt. Wm. Blake” A J Fox, St. Louis Missouri St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-5 V=”Mrs. Virginia Blake” A J Fox St. Louis Missouri St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-7 V=”Mrs. N P Felterner” v= glued paper label “Wood & Linder, St. Louis Missouri” St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-15 Nn f=Boehl & Koenig v= “Mrs. Van Court, St. Louis” St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
The following photos from the St. Louis Missouri Album have no names. Perhaps you will recognize an ancestor!
St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-6 Nn v= K/J W Leftwich’s Photographic Parlors, Carrollean Missouri
MO-8 Nn v= Toabis & Co. St. Louis Missouri Herny Tobais, D R Steuart
MO-9 Nn v=Cramer, Groos & Co St. Louis Missouri
MO-11 Nn v=Cramer, Gross & Co. St. Louis Missouri. Notice to patrons of move to come soon on May 1, 1873
St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album St. Louis Missouri Civil War Photo Album
MO-10 Nn v= J H Fitzbiggon, St. Louis Missouri
MO-12 Nn v=J H Fitzbiggon St. Louis Missouri
MO-13 Nn v = Uhlman & Rippel, St. Joseph Missouri
MO-14 Nn v= Wood & Linder St. Louis Missouri

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