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209 122D. on back of photo.
202.W.(86) on back of photo.
A view of Eckert's Mine Valley from hill west; the photo taken on Wednesday at 10 am; 208.W.87.
201. D.(117) on back of photo.
A view of Cumberland from the noon camp; the photo was taken about noon.  200.w.(85)
Looking westward towards Fifteen Mile Creek, east of Cumberland, MD.  (194 W81) included on back.
A view of Gilpintown Tannery; the photo taken at 2:40 pm; 196.115.D.
A view of Tonoloway  Creek before Hancock; the photo taken on Saturday at 9:10 am; 186.D.110.
Gen. no. 180, neg. by D, No. 106. Date August 8, 1884. Friday 1:30 P.M. Sunshine.
'181.D.(107); August 8, 1884, Friday 1-35 pm; Dinner on rocks. 2nd Negative'
176 104.D on back of photo.
174 D 103 on back of photo.
A view of Antietam: South East from National Cemetery towards Burnside Bridge; the photo taken on Tuesday at 5:45 pm; 154.D.90.I.C.
(102.)I.C.173 written on back of photo.
A view of Antietam, Bloody Lane looking south east from the first corner near, likely to be, the Cupp house.  99.D.I.C.
A view of Antietam from Benjamin's battery; the photo was taken about 12:45 p.m.  164 W (68).
A view of Antietam, Dunker Church looking from south east.  The photo was taken on Wednesday at 7:30 pm.  100 D.I.C, 171.
A view from Dunker Church looking eastward; the photo taken on Wednesday, 7:45 pm; 172.D.101.
A view of Dunker Church; the photo taken on Wednesday at 7:30 pm; 170.W.71.
A view of Antietam Battlefield from Pry House (McClellan's headquarters) looking between East and West woods; the photograph taken on Wednesday at 4:48 pm; 97.D.I.C.166.
A view of Antietam, Sinken Creek from Benjamin Battery on Union side of Antietam Creek; the photo taken on Wednesday at 12:45 pm; 96.D.I.C.163.
A view of Antietam from Pry House, McClellan's headquarters; monuments in cemetery can be seen with magnifier on left horizon; the photo taken on Wednesday at 4:40 pm.
A view of Antietam Burnsides stone bridge from the west side looking South East; the photo was taken Wednesday 9:10 am.  94 D. I. C., 155.
The view of Antietam, Dunker Church with East and West Woods from Benjamin Battery; the photo taken on Wednesday at 12:40 pm; 95.D.I.C.162.
A view on Confederate side near Burnside Bridge; the photo taken at 9:20 am.  159 w65.
N.W view of Antietam National Cemetery from Hagerstown Pike.  (157 93 D.I.C) included on back.
150.W.(64) on back of photo.
A view of Sharpsburg, the photo was taken Tuesday, 5:55 p.m. from National Cemetery looking West.  92 D.I.C., 156.
A view of Antietam, McClellan's headquarters from National Cemetery, 2nd view from tower; the photo taken on Friday at 5:35 pm; D.88.I.C.152.
A view of Antietam, Soldiers' Monument taken from Tower of Cemetery, 5th view looking South; the photo taken on Tuesday at 5:50 pm; 155.91.D.I.C.
A small creek meanders through the photo.To the side is a man petting a horse. A buggy is parked by a sign that read 'Look Out for Locomotives.'  (80)D.I.C 138 appears on the back of the photo.
The photo was taken on Monday at noon; 141.D.(82)
100 W 39 B on back of photo.
Possibly Three Top Mountain and Thoburn's Camp.  95 W (37) included on the back.
Photo includes a information sheet that reads 'Taken from under the shed on the extreme right. The long logs are used as ways over in which to roll logs to the saw. At the flume which comes towards us on the right .We washed the dishes. We took our meals on the logs where the bucket is near the horses. Under the shed we spend the day writing journals and letters back home. On the pole are the harnesses covered with the poncho to keep them dry. It rained in torrents the first night we were there and in the midst the horses got scared. They were way off by a fence on the left(that is were, after Fan had been received from the mire hole in which I had fastened her).In the morning we changed them to the horse station of the picture, fastened to an old rig.'  80.D.(49) on back of the photo.
79D.(46) on back of photo.
'28.W.(12); July 10, 1884, Thursday.'
187 W 78 .B on back of photo.
D.81.I.C.140 included on back.
184 W 77.B. on back of photo.
A region about Dunker Church from National Cemetery.  The photo was taken on August 5, Tuesday about 5:30pm.  D.87.I.C.