Wounded Soldiers - Civil War RG98s - Civil War Photos Oversize Box 1.20 Group of nine officers, two of whom are identified as Paymasters. One officer obviously is missing his right arm (evidence of an empty sleeve)
Women-Army Wives RG98s-Civil War Photos Oversize Box 1.18 Group of officers and their wives two of whom are identified: Lt. Col. Henry Boynton Clitz, 12th U.S. Infantry and Capt. William P. Chambliss, 5th U.S. Cavalry
Michel, Joseph L. RG98s - Civil War Photos Box 54.46 Corp. Joseph L. Michel, Company C, 165th regiment, New York State Volunteer Infantry. This photo was taken in 1915. Michel is with other veterans, all of whom are dressed in Zouave uniforms.
After a tough day of training, 1st Sgt. Warren E. Evans, "typical Ranger", with one of the commando sergeants with whom he trained, somewhere in the United Kingdom. Training for Dieppe raid, August 1942.
Post Civil War image of the three Ames brothers, all of whom served in the 154th Regiment, New York State Volunteer Infantry They are: Johnathan Ames (unassigned); Private Edson Ames, Company F; and 1st Lieutenant Homer Amers, Company A.