Letter from Mack Ewing to nan Ewing dated November 30, 1864 through December 1, 1864. In this letter, Ewing describes the status of his regiment, his impressions of Petersburg, Virginia, and his battle front experiences.
2nd Michigan Infantry; Ewing, Mack; Ewing, Nan; Ewing, Nancy (Hank); Ewing, Henry McKendree; Henry McKendree Ewing; Mack Ewing; Nan Ewing; Second Michigan Infantry; American Civil War; Petersburg (Va.);
Mr. and Mrs. John Freemyre (Grandparents of Jessie Swift, Grand Ledge?). On plain gass, excellent condition, plain ovel gilt mats, some tarnish. Case plastic made by "Littlefield, Parsons & Co." The sole proprietors and only legal manufactures...
Millissa White Jacobus, born 09-19-1843, died 10-18-1923, seated, print dress. On antique amethyst glass; gilt non-pareil mat with some tarnish; case is plastic with sheaf of grain and sickle; case manufactured by Littlefield Parsons & Co.
Unidentified man and woman, seated together. Woman with plaid dress, velvet collars, and cameo around neck. Man with shirt, coat, vest and tie. Mat in good condition, slight tarnish; case is paper covered wood, in fair condition.
Unidentified threesome performing ceremony of unknown reason, man presenting key to woman, and another man in background, standing between them. Excellent condition, mat gilt with birds, flowers, and leaves; inscribed, beautiful green plush...
Unidentified woman, seated with arm on table, long earrings, crocheted collar with broach, shawl. In excellent condition, gilt oval frame, case of velvet covered wood, made to look like a book, clasp gone, in fair condition
Unidentified woman in dark dress, white collar, velvet ribbon around neck on red antique glass. Fair condition, oval gilt mat with symbols in corners, beautiful blue plush facing, case paper covered wood in excellent condition.
Unidentified woman, dark dress, crocheted collar, painted in earrings, hair smooth pulled back. On plain glass, non-pariel mat gilt, flowers in corner, very good condition, 1/2 case is missing, paper covered wood. Ambrotype cracked across right...
Unidentified woman with lace and velvet ribbons in her hair, no cover glass, on plain glass, oval mat, gilt with emblems in corners. Case is paper covered wood, with eagle and shield on oval both front and back, fair condition.
Unidentified woman, wide collar with broach, satin dress, seated. On plain glass, emulsion scratched, non-pariel mat with leaf bursts in corner, some tarnish, case is paper covered wood in fair condition.