Camp Moore

Camp Moore


Photo Collection


CAMP MOORE COLLECTION (7 photographs and 38 negatives. These photographs had been at Camp Moore Confederate Museum in Tangipahoa, Louisiana until it closed in 1988. Most of these are of Confederate soldiers.

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

1 ca. 1860s. none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Joseph E. Johnston. Picture was copied from a 2¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original was E. & H. T. Anthony.

2 ca. 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

General R. L. Gibson. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original was W. D. McPherson.

3 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

General Harry T. Hayes of 7th Louisiana, "elected mayor of New Orleans upon his return from the war," written on back of the original picture. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original was W. W. Washburn.

4 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Unidentified soldier. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

5 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W (4)

Col. Preston Pond, Jr., Col. Co--16th Las. Inf., En. Regtl, Return Nov. 1860. Signs return as Col. Comdg. Roster dated March 1865. Entry into Confed. Service September 29, 1861. Elected Col. September 26, 1861. Resigned May 2, 1862. Successor Daniel Gober. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

6 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Capt. John T. Hilliard, 4th La. Inf. Reg. Enlisted May 25, 1861, Camp Moore. Roll from May to December 1861. Present Roll for January and February, 1862. Killed at Battle of Shiloh, April 6. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

7 1860s 5 x 7 7 B&W copy print 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Unidentified soldier. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

8 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Bickham?. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

9 1860s 5 x 7 5 B&W copy print 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Lawson Tobias Rheams, Co. A. 4th La. Inf. CSA. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

10 1860s 5 x 7 3 B&W copy print 1¼ x 2½ B&W

David William Dunn (1835-1869), Louisiana Volunteer. Picture was copied from 5x7 B&W copy print in a frame in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

CAMP MOORE COLLECTION-Continued

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

11 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

T. Winthrop Brown, Captain, Co. A. 9th Bn. Enrolled at Camp Moore 15 May 1862 (Booth Pg. 155). Picture was copied from 2¼ x 2½ B&W print in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

12 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Lieut.Kelly, CSA. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

13 1860s 5 x 7 8 B&W copy print 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Col. Valery Sulakowski. He came to America from Poland, commanded men of many nationalities, later the 14th La. Volunteers. Picture was copied from 3 ½ x 4 ½ original Ambrotype in 1988. The picture had been at Camp Moore Confederate Museum in Tangipahoa, Louisiana until it closed in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

14 1860s 5 x 7 5 B&W copy print 1¼ x 2½ B&W (2)

The "Rock Fight" at the Second Battle of Manassas, Virginia. When the men of the 14th ran out of ammunition, they turned to throwing rocks at the Union Troops. Picture was copied in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

15 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Unknown lieutenant colonel. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

16 1860s 5 x 7 2 B&W copy print 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Dr. Charles D. Lewis, Sergt. Surgeon Co. C, F, and S, 4th La. Inf. En. May 25, 1861, Camp Moore. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

17 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Raphael Semmes. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

18 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Dr. O. P. Langworthy, 4th La. Inf. Pvt. New Co. G., F., and S. En. May 25, 1861, Apptd. at reorganization Asst. Surgeon, May 19, 1862. Assigned to post duty December 1862. Sucessor Chas. D. Lewis. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original unknown.

19 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Capt. G. H. Packwood. Capt. Co. K. 4th La. Inf. En. May 29, 1862, Clinton, La. Prisoner of War. Released on Oath of Allegiance, June 16, 1865. Res. Clinton, La. Age 32 years. Complexion dark, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5' 11". Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original W. W. Washburn.

CAMP MOORE COLLECTION-Continued

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

20 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Capt. Col. Dr. John McKowan. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original was A. Bertrand.

21 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

General P. G. T. Beauregard. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original was E. & H. T. Anthony. Written on the card is "from the collection of Col. S. E. Hunter, Clinton. Gift: Miss Sarah G. Brown."

22 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Col. Monroe, Kentucky Reg. USA, 1865. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Picture had been at Camp Moore Confederate Museum in Tangipahoa, La. until it closed in 1988. Photographer of original was A. D. Lytle, Main Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

23 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Capt. Rogers USA. In command at Clinton during reconstruction days. Picture was copied from a 2 ¼ x 4 original carte de visite in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

24 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Jefferson Davis, 1862. This picture is said to be only photograph made of him during the War Between the States. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

25 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Miss Winnie Davis. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

26 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

General Dick Taylor. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

27 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W (2)

Unidentified soldier. Picture was copied from original 2 x 2 ½ Ambrotype in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

28 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Jefferson Davis. Picture was copied from original in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

29 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

John W. Lillard and his oldest son "Hal" William Harrison Lillard. Picture copied from a 3 x 4 ½ B&W Print. Photographer of original is unknown.

30 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

General Robert E. Lee. Picture copied from a 6 ½ x 10 newspaper print. Picture had been at Camp Moore Confederate Museum in Tangipahoa, La. until it closed in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

31 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Capt. Daniel Blue, St. Helena Parish, died in Civil War. Mother’s grandfather. Picture was copied from original 2¾ x 3¼ tintype in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

32 1860s none 1¼ x 2½ B&W

Alice Daniel Blue, only child of Capt. Daniel Blue. She married John Clinton Albin born 1861, whose mother, shown, is the widow of Benjamin Franklin Albin of 1st Reg. Indiana troops. He had been mustered 31 August 1863, Baton Rouge. She drew $45 a month pension as a widow. She was born in 1839 in Livingston Parish and married there in 1860. She moved to Hammond in 1900 and died there in 1934. She was buried and Hammond. Picture was copied from original 2 x 3½ tintype in 1988. Photographer of original is unknown.

Neg. 1 (1¼ x 2½ B&W)--Picture of original signature of President Jefferson Davis.



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