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General Robert E. Lee sitting on a horse (Traveller).
General Robert E. Lee sitting on his beloved horse Traveller.
Greenbrier, White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia.  Standing:  General John W. Geary, General John B. Magruder, General Robert D. Lilley, General P.G.T. Beauregard, General Lewis Wallace, General Henry A. Wise, General Joseph L. Brent, General James Connor.  Sitting down:  Blacgue Bey, General R.E. Lee, George Peabody, W.W. Corcoran, James Lyons.
Greenbrier, White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia.  Standing:  General John W. Geary, General John B. Magruder, General Robert D. Lilley, General P.G.T. Beauregard, General Lewis Wallace, General Henry A. Wise, General Joseph L. Brent, General James Connor.  Sitting down:  Blacgue Bey, General R.E. Lee, George Peabody, W.W. Corcoran, James Lyons.
Group portrait; 1. John B. Hood  2. Richard Stodard Ewell  3. Braxton Bragg  4. Albert Sidney Johnston  5. Wade Hampton  6. E. Kirby Smith  7. Jubal A. Early  8. A.P. Hill  9. S.D. Lee  10. Richard H. Anderson  11. John B. Gordon  12. Theophalus S. Holmes    13. William G. Hardee  14. Joseph E. Johnston  15. Simon B. Buckner  16. James Longstreet  17. Leonidas Polk  18. R.E. Lee  19. N.B. Forrest  20. G.T. Beauregard  21. Thomas J. Jackson  22. Samuel Cooper  23. J.E.B. Stewart  24. Richard Taylor  25. J.C. Pemberton  26. D.H. Hill
R. E. Lee, seated between two officers.
Drawing of Lee and Jackson on their horses.  Note on card mount reads 'A good likeness of Traveller, when Gen. Lee purchased him of me in Feby 1862.  Charles Town, W. Va., Nov. 1st 1904, Thos. L. B?
'White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Honorable H.G. Kump, Governor of  the State of West Virginia introduced by Dr. Francis Pendleton Gaines, President of Washington and Lee University, unveiled the bust of General Lee, which was modeled by Sculptor J.C. Motto of Cleveland, and Rome, at an impressive ceremony at the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, on Monday evening the 27th. The unveiling climaxed the Annual Children's Fancy Dress Ball, which took place in the Grand Ballroom. Sculptor Motto is standing beside the Bust.'
"Mingo Flats--Named for the Mingo Indians who had a village here.  This tribe was a branch of the Iroquois.  The Seneca Indian Trail passes this point.  On Valley Mountain in 1861.  Gen. Robert E. Lee camped while campaigning in this valley."
"Huntersville--Established in 1821.  Early trading post here brought hunters and trappers and gave name to the town.  In 1822, first county court met here at the home of John Bradshaw. Gen. Lee was encamped here in 1861.
'On this knoll, General Robert E. Lee maintained headquarters from July to September, 1861 after taking command of the Confederate forces in West Virginia.  His army on Valley Mountain guarded the road leading south into Virginia,' The maker stands on US 219 in Linwood in Pocahontas Co.
The portraits are done at the time of their marriage.
Located on Baltimore Row, this dwelling was occupied by General Lee and his family during the summers of 1867, 68 & 69.