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Beauregard's Headquarters, Manassas (No. 327), from Brady's Album Gallery

George B. Bernard1862/1862

Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation

Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation
Pleasantville, United States

This house in Manassas was the headquarters of Confederate Brigadier General P. G. T. Beauregard. Thanks to information from Rose Greenhow, Beauregard was the victor at the first Battle of Bull Run. This glass negative photo was copyrighted by photographers George Barnard and James Gibson (working for Mathew Brady) in 1862.

Details

  • Title: Beauregard's Headquarters, Manassas (No. 327), from Brady's Album Gallery
  • Creator: George B. Bernard
  • Date: 1862/1862
  • Location: Manassas, Virginia
  • Physical Dimensions: Carte-de-visite (albumen), 2 1/2" x 4"
  • Provenance: The Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation
  • Subject Keywords: Civil War
  • Transcript: Brady's Album Gallery (No. 327) Beauregard's Headquarters, Manassas
  • Type: Photograph
  • Publisher: Barnard & Gibson

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