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- About this Collection
- Civil War Negatives: Arrangement and Access
- Background and Scope of the Collection
- Bibliographies of Selected Sources
- Mathew B. Brady - Biographical Note
- Taking Photographs During the Civil War
- Digitizing the Negatives
- Microfilm Edition
- Solving a Civil War Photograph Mystery
- Related Resources
- Timeline of the Civil War
- Rights And Restrictions
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Selected Bibliography - Publications Describing Library of Congress Civil War Holdings
Milhollen, Hirst D., comp. Civil War
Photographs, 1861-1865. Washington, DC: Library of
Call number: E468.7 .U57 1977 [P&P]
1,047 Civil War photographs from the Library of Congress's collection were originally published as a microfilm in 1961. This publication serves as the catalog for the microfilm, listing titles, dates, and copy negative numbers for each image. The microfilm and an accompanying index were the work of two Library of Congress staff members: Hirst D. Milhollen of the Prints and Photographs Division and Donald H. Mugridge of the (then) General Reference and Bibliography Division. The introduction to this publication is available online.
Sellers, John R., comp. Civil War Manuscripts.
Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1986.
Call number: Z663.34 .C475 1986
Stephenson, Richard W., comp. Civil War Maps: An
Annotated List of Maps and Atlases in Map Collections of
the Library of Congress. Washington, DC: Library of
Call number: Z6027.U5 L5 1989 [P&P Ref]
This publication lists more than 2500 maps, charts, atlases and sketch books documenting events surrounding the Civil War. Maps produced both during and after the war, by both Northern and Southern publishers are included.