New York: [1862-1865]. Oblong 7" x 10," on a mount 11" x 13-7/8." Composite albumen photograph of 49 chest-up images. Each Officer is identified with printed key on the mount. Several images, including Robert Lee and Stonewall Jackson are probably from the Mexican War period; they certainly appear younger than in typical photographs from the Civil War. Light fading, the mount has a corner chip and light edge wear. Very Good.
The Library of Congress estimates the date at 1861 to 1867. Raphael Semmes, referred to here as "Capt. Semmes of the 290" ['The Alabama'' was colloquially known as the '290.'], was promoted to Rear Admiral in February 1865, suggesting a pre-February 1865 publication date.
"Officers' names listed on mount: P.G.T. Beauregard, J.P. Benjamin, M.L. Bonham, Braxton Bragg, John C. Breckinridge, Gen. Buckner, Com. Buchanan, Capt. Chatard, Frank Cheatham, T.L. Clingman, Jefferson Davis, John B. Floyd, R.S. Garnett, W.J. Hardee, Gen. Hanson, Gen. Henningsen, A.P. Hill, Gen. Hindman, Com. Hollins, R.M.T. Hunter, Stonewall Jackson, Joe E. Johnston, Rob. E. Lee, Gov. John Letcher, Mansfield Lovel, John B. Magruder, Ben McCullough, W.M. Mason, Humphrey Marshall, Com. Maury, John Morgan, Gen. Parsons, Albert Pike, Gid. J. Pillow, Leon Polk, Sterling Price, Edward Price, Gen. Rams, Capt. Semmes of the "290," John Slidell, Kirby Smith, Alex H. Stephens, D.E. Twiggs, Gen. Tilghman, Jeff Thompson, Robert Toombs, Gen. Van Dorn, James S. West, Wigfall of Texas." [Library of Congress Control No. 2012645002.]
OCLC 54018697 [1- U So. Car.], 841567947 [1- Lib. Cong.] as of March 2021. Not located at online sites of AAS, Boston Athenaeum, NYPL, Newberry. Item #37482