Unidentified woman in dress with velvet ribbons on sleeves. Backed with black velvet; on plain glass, excellent condition; plain gilt oval mat; case is leather covered wood with scroll design and urn in center in good condition.
George D. King, Co. "1", Twenty-first Michigan Infantry, man in straw top hat and beard. On plain glass, with some tarnish on edges; rectangular mat with flower and leaf design in corners; 1/2 case missing, poor condition.
Ambrotype; King, George D.; Man; Twenty-First Michigan Infantry
Adelbert Russell Thayer and Delphine Thayer, boy with book in hand seated about 10 years old, young girl, 10, seated holding a doll in lap. Mat gilt with some tarnish; case is plastic with scallops on outside in good condition.
Dr. Russell Thayer, first druggist in Lansing, died 1865. On plain glass, back badly peeled away; mat gilt oval with bouquets of flowers in corners; plastic case with cherubs standing on harp in stage setting, very good condition
Ambrotype; Dr. Russell Thayer; Man; Lansing (Mich.)
Double portrait of unknown man and woman, she's wearing a bonnet on head, beautiful crocheted collar with cameo, he is dressed in high collar white shirt, vest, coat, and tie. On plain glass, backing peeling away; mats are oval gilt with scroll...
Unidentified man with soldiers clothes. Unusual octagon shape, oval mat gilt; case is plastic octagon shaped as well. Inside under photo: S. Pecks Patent, Oct. 3, 1854, H. Halverson's Patent Aug. 7th 1855.
Double portrait of Harriet C. Hawley, one on ambrotype and another on ferrotype, same person on both at different ages. Ambrotype shows Harriet C. Hawley seated wearing a shoulder cut dress, earrings, broach, and necklace hand painted, lace...
Seth Williams on his 40th birthday. Badly scratched, backing is cracked and peeling away; oval mat with embossed flowers around edge. Also included a tintype of Joseph Moore, brother of Elenor Moore Williams, 1/2 case, no case for tintype.
Unidentified woman with the name "Adams" in ink on facing, woman has bandage around mouth, over the ears and tied to back of head. On plain glass, backing peeling away badly; mat oval with embossed designs, excellent condition; case is paper...
Issac Justin and Henry Cox, 766 Battery H. , 1st Michigan Light Artillery with uniforms on, arms around shoulders. On plain glass; rectangular mat with stamped flowers & vines; 1/2 case missing, case is paper covered wood with scroll design.
Ambrotype; Justin, Issac; Cox, Henry; Men; First Michigan Light Artillery