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Painted portrait of General T.J. Jackson.  Copyright New York Graphic Society, Fine Art Publishers.  Printed in Holland.
Portraits of Civil War officers;  Lt. Gen T.J. Jackson and Staff;  Clockwise from the top:  R.L. Dabney Maj. A.A.G., W. Allan LT. Col. Chf. Ord., A.S. Pendleton Lt. Col. A.A.G., J.G. Morrison Capt. A.D.C., D.B. Bridgeford Maj. P.M., H.K. Douglas Maj., J.P. Smith Cap. A.D.C., Hunter McGuire Maj. and Med. Dir., J. Hotchkiss Capt. Ton. Eng., W.J. Hawks Maj. Chf. C.S.  Center Photo of Lt. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall).
Starting in the left corner:  Jefferson Davis, General R.E. Lee, Brig. Gen "Stonewall" Jackson, Gen. John B. Floyd, Maj. Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, Gen. R.S. Garnett, Com. Maury, Gen. John B. Magruder.  All engravings read at the bottom Cha. and Manus, 12 Frankfort St. N.Y.
Copy of a painting of (L to R) General Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson C.S.A., General Joseph E. Johnston C.S.A., General Robert E. Lee C.S.A.
Earliest portrait of Thomas J. Jackson. The photograph was made in Mexico City, during the Mexican War.
Portrait of General "Stonewall" Jackson by William Frye. Only portrait ever made from life of the General.
Portrait of General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.
A postcard of General Stonewall Jackson. Photo from Life by Miley.
An engraved portrait of General Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson made from a photograph taken just before his death.
An engraved portrait of Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson by George E. Perine, NY.
An engraved portrait of Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson. The engraving is an likeness from an authentic photograph from life.
A copy of an original sketch by J. H. Diss Debarr, allegedly at Mineral Wells ca. 1860 Made on edge of a newspaper.
Postcard portrait of General 'Stonewall' Jackson, 1824-1863. 'Jackson, one of the greatest military geniuses this country has ever produced, was born at what is now Clarksburg, West Virginia. As a boy, he lived and worked at Jackson's Mills near Weston-the present site of West Virginia's State 4-H Camp.'
Portrait of General Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Engraved portrait of Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson by W.G. Jackman.
Portrait of Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson.
Paited portrait of Jackson, Johnston and Lee.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson found int he back of the Col. Edward Jackson Bible at Jackson's Mill in 1920.  Had been mounted on glass, which was badly cracked.  A copy of the Brady 'fake uniform' portrait.  Copied by J.B. Gissey, Weston.
Portrait of Major General T.J. Jackson, C.S.A.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Portrait of General Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson made from a photograph.
Portrait ofStonewall Jackson taken from an authentic photograph from life.
Portrait of General Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson.
Portrait of Stonewall Jakcson.
Sketch of Stonewall Jackson just before Chancellorsville by Lieutenant Fred Fousse of the 22nd Infantry, Confederate States Army.  Liet. Fred Fousse was a Frenchman by birth, enlisted in W. Va. was captured at the Battle of Chancellorsville and imprisoned at Fort Delaware to the end of the war.  He there finishes a number of excellent sketches which he sent to his friends to provide funds.
Portrait of John A. Elder presented to Corcoran Gallery by founder, William Wilson Corcoran.
Engraved portrait of Thomas J. Jackson.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson taken by Mr. n. Routzahn in Winchester, Va.
Stonewall Jackson and his boyhood home situated on the West Fork River in Lewis County, W. Va.
Portrait of Jackson posing in front of a tent with his sword.
'Photograph of a painting of Jackson hanging in the Murphy Hotel, Richmond, painted by William Washington.  Photo by H.P. Cook, 1937, 'The painting has been restored and is fine condition.  It shows Jackson on horse, a dying soldier lifts his hand to Jackson.  Washington is said to have been a skilled painter whose work was done just before and during the Civil War.  He had studied at Duseldorf and lived in the valled of Virginia near Lexington.  He was lame and very tempermental.  He carried the Burial of Latane to Europe at the end of the war, got into financial difficulties and sacrificed it.' H.P.C. to R.B.C. October 21, 1937.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Jackson resigned his U.S. Army commission in 1851 and accepted a teaching position at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. He would earn the rank of lieutenant general in the Confederate Army and the sobriquet, "Stonewall".
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson from an Ambrotype by Brady.  Also shown is a depiction of Stonewall Jackson being mortally wounded.
Sketch of Stonewall Jackson sitting on a bench holding an umbrella and reading a newspaper.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson as well as a depiction of him being mortally wounded made from an ambrotype from Matthew Brady.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson engraved by A.B. Walter from a photograph by Matthew Brady.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson seated in a chair.
Portrait of Thomas J. Jackson
Portrait of General T.J. Jackson.  In confederate odes and ballads in Rare book room N.Y. Public Library.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson centered among images of his boyhood home, Jackson's Mill, Lewis County, (West) Virginia.
Portrait of Stonweall Jackson centered among images of his boyhood home, Jackson's Mill.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Engraved portrait of Thomas J. Jackson.