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[Photo Album #1 Hawley Sherwood] Civil War Era Photo Album Hawley Sherwood Families of Connecticut

Surnames: Hawley, Sherwood, Hall, Van Gasbeck, Haywood, Schneider, Beers, Richards, Johnstone.
30 identified CDVs & tintypes, Civil War era
[Photo Album #32 Cardiff Harrold Family] Civil War Era Cardiff Harrold Family Photo Album

Surnames: Cardiff, Harrold, Griffith, Ransomer, Tuggie, Smalley, Stoops, Robison, Williams, Hammer, Nixon, Harrold, Drue, Carnes, Reed, Hall, Shere

Locations: Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Italy, Connecticut
35 CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 & 1870s. 30 identified by name. Civil War Soldier
[Photo Album #37 Pratt Morse Family] Two Civil War Era Pratt Morse Family Photo Albums

Surnames: Pratt, Morse, Morgan, Wilcox, Johnson, Pond, Stephen, Brach, Andrews, Steele, Lisdale, Wooster, Blakesly, Stevens

Locations: Connecticut, New York
Album 1 has 28 cabinet cards, 12 CDV photos (total of 40 identified photos) including Civil War Soldier, all taken circa 1865-1902. Album 2 has 14 photos (7 CDVs, 4 tintypes, 3 turn-of-the-century) circa 1863-1900. 13 identified photos. Also 3 identified ambrotypes & 2 identified daguerreotypes all circa 1850s
[Photo Album #38 Bliss Family] Civil War Era Bliss Family Photo Album

Surnames: Bliss, Olds, Hitchcock, Sherman, Stockwell, Foster

Locations: Massachusetts, Monona, Iowa, Madison, Wisconsin, Kingston, New York, Connecticut, Charles City, Iowa, Port Huron, Michigan, Northampton, Massachusetts, New Haven, Athol, Troy, Waterbury, Keeseville, Thompsonville, Worcester
27 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) circa 1860 & 1870s plus addressed envelope and stamp 1865
[Photo Album #42 Fowler Merchant Family] Civil War Era Fowler Merchant Family Photo Album

Surnames: Fowler, Merchant, Keach, Houghton, Lovejoy, Hewitt, Maloney, Tanner, Whitcomb, Sladden, Frazier, Comstock, Gray, Moseley, Center, Lee, Alexander, Fisher, Williams, Cottrell, Burgess

Locations: Cambridge New York, Connecticut, Washington DC
22 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 & 1870s
[Photo Album #48 The Webster Family] Civil War Era Webster Family Photo Album

Surnames: Edwards, Converse, Coleman, Tenney, Tenny, Webster, Smith, Dickie, Clark, Cushing, Reed, Everson, Bates, Wadley, Peterson, Shaw, Spellman

Locations: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut
30 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) , circa 1860 & 1870s.
[Photo Album #52 CLARK NOURSE] Civil War Era CLARK NOURSE Family Album

Surnames: Nourse, Tarbell, Clark, Clarke, Chandler, Huntington, Thomas, Miller, Fisk, Fiske, Mermod, Rathbun, Rathburn, Davis, Gallup, Mahon, Wahl, Wate, WOod, Holly, Sposk, McNeal, Martin, Burwell, Milton, Ladd

Locations: St Louis Missouri, Washington DC, Providence Rhode Island, Switzerland, Ohio, Boston Massachusetts, Connecticut
53 CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s. 52 identified by name

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