1st item: Swan and Litchfield colored lithograph of Camp Dennison, sight: 23-1/2" H x 30-3/4" W; framed: 30-1/2" H x 37-3/4" W. 2nd item: Group of 4 Harper's Ferry Colored Prints, three from Civil War period of Chattanooga area and one of a slave auction. Includes: A Slave Auction of the South from an original sketch by Theodore R. Davis, July 13, 1862; A View of the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, from the south side of the Tennessee River, September 12, 1863; Lookout Mountain, sketched by Theodore R. Davis from Our works on Chattanooga Creek, the Rebels shelling our creeks, November 14, 1863; and The Army of the Cumberland – Capture of Rebel Works at the white house on Lookout Mountain, December 26, 1863. Mat size ranges: 14-5/8" x 19-1/2" to 15-3/8" x 20". Condition: 1st item: Overall discoloration and scattered foxing. Some dents on frame. 2nd item: Minor foxing and water damage to each.