Five (5) Civil War era prints, subjects including Southern prisons and Indiana regiments. 1st item: Lithograph titled "Volunteer Refreshment Saloon Supported Gratuitously by The Citizens of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania". Created and printed by William Boell, 311 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 1861. The top scene depicts soldiers marching from the Dining Saloon to board the Philadelphia and Baltimore train cars. The scenes at the lower half of the lithograph depict the washing department, Interior of dining saloon for Union Volunteers, and the cooking department. Unframed. Sheet – 20 5/8" H x 24" W. 2nd & 3rd items: Two (2) lithographs cut from "The Southern Prisons of the U.S. Officers", lithographed and printed by E. Sachse and Company, sketched and published by Robert J. Fisher, circa 1865. Scenes depicted include "Drawing Wood, Asylum Camp", "Camp Exchange, Charlotte, N.C.", and "Hospital Camp, Sorghum" in one frame, and "Chandler's String Band", "Jail Columbia, S.C.", and Sutler Tent, Asylum Camp" in the other frame. Both housed under glass in wooden frames, one painted black with gilt wood rabbet edge. Sight ranges in size from 13 1/2" H x 7" W to 14 1/2" H x 7 1/4" W. Frames range in size from 16 3/4" H x 9 1/2" W to 17" H x 10 3/8" W. 4th item: Lithograph titled "Camp of 21st Indiana Rect. at Druid Hill Park Baltimore", lithographed and published by Hunckel & Son, Baltimore, circa 1861. Turner Art Gallery, Denver, CO, label en verso. Signed "H.S." in the stone, lower left of image. Matted and housed under glass in a black painted frame with gilt lamb's tongue running pattern and bead course rabbet edge. Sight – 10 1/2" H x 17 3/4" W. Framed – 18 3/4" H x 25 3/8" W. 5th item: Lithograph with hand-coloring titled "Moosier [sic] City Winter Quarters of the 27th Regt. Indiana Vols. at Camp Hallack, near Frederick City, Md.", lithographed and published by Louis N. Rosenthal, Philadelphia, circa 1862. Turner Framing, Inc., Great Falls, Fall Church, VA, label en verso. Matted and housed under glass in a gilt wood frame. Sight – 7" H x 11 3/4" W. Framed – 12" H x 16 3/4" W. Provenance: Estate of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: 4" x 4" dampstain to upper left corner. 3" – 4" tears that have been repaired enverso using tape adhesive. toning and foxing throughout. 1/4" and 1/2" loss to lower right quadrant. 2nd & 3rd items: Overall good condition with foxing spots, largest 1/2", toning/acid damage to be expected from age. 6" tear across "Camp Exchange" image and lower left of "Drawing Wood" image. Few areas of hand-coloring to images in frame with "Chandler's String Band". Not examined outside of frames. 4th item: Overall good condition with foxing spots. areas of dampstaining, toning/acid burns, to be expected from age. Two tears, largest 3/4", lower left and right outside of image. Not examined outside of frame. 5th item: Overall good condition with foxing spots, areas of toning/acid burns, fold lines, to be expected from age. 5/8" stain, top center of image. 1 1/4" x 2 1/4" tear, top left outside of image. Title is misspelled.
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