Anna Siudzińska

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It’s one of only three surviving examples known to have been used by African American soldiers in the Civil War.

AHC Acquires Rare Civil War Drum A lot of people ask us why we don’t have more artifacts used by African American soldiers in our Civil War exhibit, Turning Point: The American Civil War.

Interior of Taupe Silk Swiss Waist, circa 1860-65 via eBay | a wonderful interior photo of a Swiss waist showing the light boning and seam lines.

Interior of Taupe Silk Swiss Waist, circa 1860-65 via eBay | a wonderful interior photo of a Swiss waist showing the light boning and seam lines.

Marie of Baden was the second daughter and seventh child of Leopold, from 1832 Grand-Duke of Baden, and his wife, Sophie of Sweden. On 11 September 1858 she married Ernst, 4th Prince of Leiningen, the son of Queen Victoria's half-brother. They had two children, Alberta (1863-1901) and Emich (1866-1939).

This photo of Marie Amelie shows how a half-dome crinoline dress looks when the wearer stands while the pervious image shows how the same dress looks when the wearer sits.

Mrs. Crittenden, wife of John J. Crittenden, after Henry Clay the most influential 19th century Kentucky politician. http://asoldiersfriend.com/

Mrs. Crittenden, wife of John J. Crittenden, after Henry Clay the most influential 19th century Kentucky politician. http://asoldiersfriend.com/

These are some of the earliest portrait photos of Victorian women taken by Lady Clementina Hawarden (1 June 1822 – 19 January 1865), one of Britain's first female photographers, also one of the most influential Victorian fine art photographers, blazing the way for women in the profession when it was dominated by men.

These are some of the earliest portrait photos of Victorian women taken by Lady Clementina Hawarden June 1822 – 19 January one of .