Fr. Meyer, Manufacturer of Cigars.
Mohn Bros. Electric Laundry, Pittsburgh. Native-American figure out front. This “Captain Jack cigar store Indian” was made by Wm. Demuth & Co., NY, circa 1875. It is made of hollow cast zinc, not wood. See this video.
Thomas Kaceroysky, Manufacturer of Cigars. Owner and wife in front of store. His hand rests on the shoulder of a cigar store Indian.
No. 554. Confederate Soldier, Who, after being wounded, had dragged himself to a little ravine on the hill-side, where he died.
No. 556. Confederate Soldiers, As they fell inside the fence on the Hagerstown Road, at the Battle of Antietam.
No. 584. Bridge Over the Antietam, On the left wing, which was carried by Burnside’s Corps, after a severe struggle.
No. 578. Bridge Over the Antietam, On the Sharpsburgh and Boonsboro’ Turnpike, where the Center of the Federal army crossed.
552. Completely Silenced! Dead Confederate Artillery Men, as they lay around their battery after the Battle of Antietam.
No. 553. Ditch on Right Wing, Where a large number of Rebels were killed at the Battle of Antietam.
No. 551. A Contrast! Federal Buried, Rebel Unburied, Where they fell at the Battle of Antietam.
No. 393. Headquarters of Lord Cornwallis at the Surrender of Yorktown, Now used as a Hospital, under the Superintendence of Miss Dix.
No. 489. Military Bridges across the Chickahominy, Built by the 15th N.Y.V. Engineers, Col. Murphy.
No. 578. Bridge Over the Antietam, on the Sharpsburgh and Boonsboro’ Turnpike, where the Center of the Federal Army crossed.
No. 364. View of Battery, No. 1, at Farnhold’s House, York River, mounting 5 100-pound and 1 200-pound rifled guns.