Free to Use and Reuse: Civil War Drawings Adolph Metzner’s drawings represent the western front campaigns in the American Civil War. Learn more about the Adolph Metzner Civil War Drawings. Browse more content that is free to use and reuse. Battle of Peach Tree Creek, Georgia, July 20, 1864 Captain Adolph Metzner, Lieutenant Louis von Trebra and Jacob Labinsky, Huntsville, Alabama, July 1862 Lost on the field of Chickamauga Green River Attention! Lieutenant Colonel Henry von Trebra August 26, 1861 Jacob Labinsky, Company A, 32nd Regiment, Indiana Volunteers "The Camp Comedian" Chicken thieves being disciplined by General Alexander McDowell McCook, Camp Nevin, Kentucky, November 1861 General August Willich's quarters near Lookout Mountain, Tennessee Lieutenant Colonel Francis (Frank) Erdelmeyer, Stone's River, Tennessee, January 1863 Dr. Charles Fischer; Commissary Sergeant Emanuel Wassenick... Private Xavier Blodier's funeral, Camp Nevin, Kentucky Lieutenant Colonel Francis (Frank) Erdelmeyer, November 14, 1862 Captain Francis (Frank) Erdelmeyer and Private Jacob Lawinsky...April 1862 Beginning of the Atlanta Campaign, May 10, 1864 Texas Rangers Doctor Charles Fischer and Doctor Jean Allard Janson [Jeançon] at Camp Wood, Kentucky Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, fall 1863 Hans, the cook of Company A and Henry von Trebra, Indianapolis, August 1861 The first Rebel prisoners & Genl [i.e. General] Willich, Green River, Ky Casualties of the War Captured by Morgan's cavalry at La Vergne, Tennessee, 1863 Troops of the 32nd Regiment, Indiana Volunteers Stone River rebellion "Orderly! Who is this guy that's snoring so bad?" Orderly: "Your First Lieutenant!"