Hunt-Morgan House deposit photographs

Abstract

The Hunt-Morgan House Deposit photographs (dated 1860-1949; 2 cubic feet; 234 items) consists of images documenting the lives of Hunt-Morgan family members, primarily Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Hunt-Morgan House deposit photographs
Date
1847-1966
Extent
2.0 Cubic feet
Subjects
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by subject.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Jason Flahardy and Jacob Broderick
Preferred Citation
PA96M3: [identification of item], Hunt-Morgan House deposit photographs, 1847-1966, University of Kentucky Special Collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
John Wesley Hunt, grandfather of John Hunt Morgan, became one of the wealthiest men in the western part of the country, involved in banking, mercantile interests, manufacturing and agriculture. By 1801 Hunt had become a leading landowner and businessman in Fayette County, Kentucky, founding a hemp factory in 1803 and expanding his business empire to include commissioned merchandising of hemp fiber, salt peter and tobacco in 1810. Hunt’s banking interests included the Bank of the United States, where he served as director of the Lexington branch in 1817 and president of the Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Lexington in 1818. His philanthropic concerns led him to serve on the Board of Trustees of Transylvania University for sixteen years and to aid in the establishment of the Lunatic Asylum in Lexington, Kentucky in 1820, serving as Chairman of the Board of that institution for twenty years. John Wesley Hunt died in 1849, a suspected victim of cholera.
The Morgan family was noted for their military service, its members serving with distinction in the Revolution and the War of 1812. John Hunt Morgan excelled as a horseman from a childhood spent on a Bluegrass farm along Tates Creek Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky and served in the First Kentucky Cavalry with his brother Calvin and his uncle Alexander Morgan in the Mexican War. On his return, John Hunt Morgan operated a profitable hemp farm and wool mill.
Morgan’s chief fame, however, emerged from his service in the Civil War. Christened Thunderbolt of the Confederacy by an adoring South, he was described as King of the Horse Thieves by Northern sympathizers. Centering his raids on Kentucky, Morgan supported Confederate General Braxton Bragg’s campaigns in Kentucky and Tennessee and instituted new practices of military tactics with his masquerades as a Union trooper behind enemy lines and his use of civilians in his raids. His Great Raid of June 1863 took the war into Ohio and coincided with Lee’s invasion of Pennsylvania in an attempt to take the war to the North. Morgan legends abound, from his dramatic escape from Ohio’s federal penitentiary to a ride through his mother’s house on horseback to kiss her goodbye. His death September 4, 1864, was the cause of intense mourning throughout the South.
John Hunt Morgan’s nephew, Thomas Hunt Morgan, brought international fame to the family and the Bluegrass in becoming the first Kentuckian to win a Nobel Prize. Thomas Hunt Morgan graduated valedictorian in 1886, receiving the only Bachelor of Science degree awarded by the State College of Kentucky (later the University of Kentucky). He continued his studies of biology at Johns Hopkins for the next several years, receiving his doctorate there in 1890. He began his teaching career at Bryn Mawr, later becoming professor of experimental zoology at Columbia University (1904-1928) and Caltech (1928-1945).
Thomas Hunt Morgan began his work in experimental embryology at Columbia University where he strove to determine the influence of heredity and mutation on evolution. The fruitfly Drosophila became his main experimental vehicle and by 1910 he began dedicated gene mapping. In 1915, Morgan and his associates Calvin Bridges and Alfred Sturtevant published The Mechanics of Mendelian Heredity, which established the Drosophila as the model agent for the study of genetics and Mendelian gene mapping. The group continued to work together after leaving Columbia for Caltech until Morgan’s death in 1945. Although nominated in 1919 and in 1930 for the same work, Morgan received the Nobel Prize in Physiology (or Medicine) in 1933.
Sources:
Ramage, James A. The Hunts and Morgans: a Study of a Prominent Kentucky Family. Lexington, KY: 1972.
Stanton, Charles P. Bluegrass Pioneers: a Chronicle of the Hunt and Morgan Families of Lexington, Kentucky. Brooklyn, NY: C.P. Stanton, 1989.
Ramage, James A. John Wesley Hunt: Pioneer Merchant, Manufacturer and Financier. The Kentucky Bicentennial Bookshelf. Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 1974.
Ramage, James A. Rebel Raider: The Life Of General John Hunt Morgan. Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 1986.
Shine, Ian and Silvia Wrobel. Thomas Hunt Morgan: Pioneer Of Genetics. The Kentucky Bicentennial Bookshelf. Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 1976.
Scope and Content
The Hunt-Morgan House Deposit photographs (dated 1860-1949; 2 cubic feet; 234 items) consists of images documenting the lives of Hunt-Morgan family members, primarily Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan. The images include a variety of photographic processes including albumens, tintypes, daguerreotypes and silver prints. Most of the images in the collection are members or relatives of the Hunt and Morgan families. Included in the collection are photographs of men who served with General John Hunt Morgan and some fellow scientists of Thomas Hunt Morgan, geneticist. Text and dates accompanying these images are derived from the items themselves. Many individuals depicted in the photographs are unidentified.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The collection is on deposit with the University of Kentucky by permission of the Bluegrass Trust For Historic Preservation. Reproduction rights can be assigned by the University of Kentucky.

Contents of the Collection

John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864), 1847-1864

Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a lieutenant in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) (reproduction of unknown earlier image), 1847

  • Box 1, Item 1
Ferrotype (tintype), cased
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a lieutenant in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) (Civil War era reproduction of unknown earlier image, Morgan listed as Col. John Hunt Morgan / The Marion of the South), 1847

  • Box 2, Item 13
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a lieutenant in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) (Civil War era reproduction of unknown earlier image), 1847

  • Box 2, Item 14
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a lieutenant in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) (Civil War era reproduction of unknown earlier image, Morgan listed as Col. John Hunt Morgan / The Marion of the South), 1847

  • Box 2, Item 15
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a lieutenant in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) (reproduction of albumen carte de visite, Morgan listed as Col. John Hunt Morgan / The Marion of the South), 1847

  • Box 2, Item 16
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a lieutenant in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) (reproduction of albumen carte de visite, Morgan listed as Col. John Hunt Morgan / The Marion of the South), 1847

  • Box 2, Item 17
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress, artistic rendering, handwritten on back in ink John H. Morgan / about the age of 20 / Property of / Mrs. Gen. Duke, / Louisville, Ky., 1850

  • Box 2, Item 18
Pen, ink, and pastel drawing
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress, (photographic reproduction of artistic rendering), 1850

  • Box 2, Item 19
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 20
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 21
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, reproduction negative, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 22
Safety negative
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, reproduction print, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 23
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform as a brigadier general, engraving, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 24
Engraving
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 25
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 26
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, reproduction, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 27
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, reproduction, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 28
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat, reproduction cut from book, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 29
Halftone print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, 1864

  • Box 2, Item 30
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, 1864

  • Box 2, Item 31
Albumen carte de visite
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, reproduction of a painting, 1864

  • Box 2, Item 32
Albumen cabinet card
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, reproduction of a painting, 1864

  • Box 2, Item 33
Halftone print, postcard stock
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, reproduction of a painting, 1864

  • Box 2, Item 34
Halftone print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in uniform, with horse, reproduction of an illustration, undated

  • Box 2, Item 35
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress, reproduction of an illustration, undated

  • Box 2, Item 36
Silver gelatin print
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Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress, illustration advertising Old Crow Bourbon Whiskey, undated

  • Box 2, Item 37
Four color process halftone print
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Exterior of house were John Hunt Morgan was killed, handwritten in ink on front of image The William's House, Greeneville, Tenn. / The place were Gen'l Morgan was killed. / The cross indicating the fatal shot., undated

  • Box 2, Item 38
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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John Hunt Morgan gravestone in the Lexington Cemetery, undated

  • Box 2, Item 39
Silver gelatin print
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John Hunt Morgan, Thomas Hunt Morgan (1844-1863), and Francis Key Morgan (1845-1878) gravestones in the Lexington Cemetery, undated

  • Box 2, Item 40
Silver gelatin print
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John Hunt Morgan - spouses and children, 1863

Rebecca Gratz Bruce (1830-1861), first wife of John Hunt Morgan, reproduction of an older image, undated

  • Box 2, Item 41
Silver gelatin print
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John Hunt Morgan and Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888), his second wife, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 42
Albumen carte de visite
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John Hunt Morgan and Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888), his second wife, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 43
Albumen carte de visite
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John Hunt Morgan and Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888), his second wife, cropped version of #42 and #43, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 44
Albumen carte de visite
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John Hunt Morgan and Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888), his second wife, reproduction of an oval-cropped version of #42 and #43, 1863

  • Box 2, Item 45
Silver gelatin print
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Johnnie Morgan (1865-1888), daughter of John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) and Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888), undated

  • Box 2, Item 46
Gelatin printing-out paper cabinet card
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Alice Martin Ready Williamson (1878-1972), daughter of Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888) and her second husband, William W. Williamson (1828-1887), undated

  • Box 2, Item 47
Albumen carte de visite
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William Henry Williamson, Jr (1873-1912), son of Martha Mattie Ready (1840-1888) and her second husband, William W. Williamson (1828-1887), undated

  • Box 2, Item 48
Albumen carte de visite
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Calvin Cogswell Morgan (1827-1882), undated

Captain Calvin Cogswell Morgan, C.S.A., undated

  • Box 2, Item 49
Halftone print
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Richard Curd Morgan (1836-1918), undated

Colonel Richard Curd Morgan, C.S.A., in uniform, undated

  • Box 2, Item 50
Albumen carte de visite
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Colonel Richard Curd Morgan, C.S.A., in uniform, reproduction, undated

  • Box 2, Item 51
Silver gelatin print
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Colonel Richard Curd Morgan, C.S.A., in civilian dress, undated

  • Box 2, Item 52
Albumen print
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Colonel Richard Curd Morgan, C.S.A., in civilian dress, undated

  • Box 2, Item 53
Silver gelatin print
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Colonel Richard Curd Morgan, C.S.A., in civilian dress, undated

  • Box 2, Item 54
Silver gelatin print
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Charlton Hunt Morgan (1839-1912), 1860

Captain Charlton Hunt Morgan, C.S.A., handwritten on back in ink Naples March 10th / C. H. Morgan / US Consul at Messina / 1860 / aged 21, 1860

  • Box 2, Item 55
Albumen carte de visite
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Captain Charlton Hunt Morgan, C.S.A., handwritten on back in ink Charlton H. Morgan / and / his grandson / Howard K. Morgan, undated

  • Box 2, Item 56
Silver gelatin print
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Ellen Key Howard (1840-1925), (AKA Nellie), wife of Charlton Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 2, Item 57
Albumen carte de visite
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Ellen Key Howard (1840-1925), (AKA Nellie), wife of Charlton Hunt Morgan and an unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 2, Item 58
Albumen carte de visite
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Ellen Key Howard (1840-1925), (AKA Nellie), wife of Charlton Hunt Morgan, reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 2, Item 59
Silver gelatin print
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Charles Howard, father-in-law of Charlton Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 2, Item 60
Albumen carte de visite
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Thomas Hunt Morgan (1844-1863), 1863

1st Lieutenant Thomas Hunt Morgan, C.S.A., 1863

  • Box 2, Item 61
Albumen carte de visite
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1st Lieutenant Thomas Hunt Morgan, C.S.A., reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 2, Item 62
Albumen cabinet card
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1st Lieutenant Thomas Hunt Morgan, C.S.A., reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 2, Item 63
Albumen cabinet card
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1st Lieutenant Thomas Hunt Morgan, C.S.A., reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 2, Item 64
Albumen cabinet card
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Henrietta Hunt Morgan (1840-1909), 1862

Henrietta Hunt Morgan (Mrs. Basil Duke), 1862

  • Box 1, Item 2
Ambrotype, cased
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Henrietta Hunt Morgan (AKA Mrs. Basil Duke), reproduction of painting, undated

  • Box 2, Item 66
Silver gelatin print
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Henrietta Hunt Morgan (AKA Mrs. Basil Duke), reproduction of painting, undated

  • Box 2, Item 67
Albumen print
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Henrietta Hunt (1805-1891), undated

Henrietta Hunt with John Hunt Morgan as infant, reproduction of painted miniature, undated

  • Box 2, Item 70
Pastel portrait
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Henrietta Hunt with John Hunt Morgan as infant, reproduction of painted miniature, undated

  • Box 2, Item 71
Silver gelatin print
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Henrietta Hunt in long dress, undated

  • Box 2, Item 72
Albumen carte de visite
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Henrietta Hunt standing in the doorway of Hopemont (Hunt-Morgan House), undated

  • Box 2, Item 73
Gelatin printing-out paper
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Henrietta Hunt standing in the doorway of Hopemont (Hunt-Morgan House), reproduction, undated

  • Box 2, Item 74
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945), 1884-1966

Cabinet portrait of children; (l to r) Thomas Hunt Morgan, Ellen Key Howard Morgan (1872-1955), and Charlton Morgan (1869-1934), undated

  • Box 3, Item 75
Albumen cabinet card
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Ellen Key Howard Morgan (1872-1955) with Thomas Hunt Morgan as children, undated

  • Box 3, Item 76
Albumen cabinet card
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Thomas Hunt Morgan, handwritten on back in ink For the best mother in the world / THM / Berlin / Oct 13 '94, 1894

  • Box 3, Item 77
Albumen carte de visite
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Thomas Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 3, Item 78
Silver gelatin print
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Twenty men and women standing in front of building, handwritten on back in ink Laboratory / at Annisquam / Mass. - / Summer of / 1886. / Photo by / Jacob Reighard (l to r) 1. Elmer Hodgkins - Annisquam / 2. J.H. Morgan - Lexington, Ky / 3. K.E. Farrand - Detroit, Mich. / 4. Edith Guild - Boston / 5. B.P. Colton - Ottawa, Ill. / 6. Ellen Folger - Concord, N.H. / 7. May Murray - New York, N.Y. / 8. Chas. Farr - New Castle, Ind. / 9. Fanny Julian - New York City, N.Y. / 10. Alma S. Bingham - Jamaica Plain, Mass. / 11. C.P. Shoemaker Philadelphia, Pa. / 12. J.E. Reighard - La Porte, Ind. / 13. Linda E. Horns - Detroit, Mich. / 14. H. G. White - Farmington, Mass. / 15. Lemine Martin - Boston / 16. Anna Shoemaker - Philadelphia, Pa. / 17. Robert Wood - Jamaica Plain, Mass. / 18. Henry Ward - Troy, N.Y. / 19. Arthur Biffins - Albion, Mich. / 20. Evelyn Borrow - Reading, Mass., 1886

  • Box 3, Item 79
Albumen print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 3, Item 80
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 3, Item 81
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan in laboratory, undated

  • Box 3, Item 82
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan in laboratory at Columbia University, undated

  • Box 3, Item 83
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 3, Item 84
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan with Arie Haagen-Smit (1900-1977), atmospheric chemist at the California Institute of Technology, 1938

  • Box 3, Item 85
Silver gelatin print
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Collage; portraits of twenty men including Thomas Hunt Morgan, handwritten on bottom: Thomas H. Morgan / 1884, 1884

  • Box 3, Item 86
Albumen print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan, print on back reads Reprinted from The American Naturalist, Vol. LXXX, pages 22-23, January, 1946, 1946

  • Box 3, Item 87
Halftone print
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Group of four men and women, (l to r) Dr. George Beadle (1903-1989), Mrs. Isabelle Morgan Mountain (?-?), Dr. Tove Mohr (?-?), and Dr. John W. Oswald (1917-1995), handwritten on back Dr. George Beadle U of Chic + a Nobel Prize winner / Mrs. Isabelle Morgan Mountain - Mt. Kisco, NY daughter of / Dr. TH Morgan / Dr. Tove Mohr - Oslo, Norway / Dr. John W. Oswald UK President, photo is stamped Lexington Herald-Leader Staff Photo, 1966

  • Box 3, Item 88
Silver gelatin print
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Relatives, 1843, 1873

Colonel Horace Ready (?-?), C.S.A., 23rd Tennessee Infantry, Co. E, in uniform, brother of Martha Mattie Ready, second wife of John Hunt Morgan, undated

  • Box 1, Item 5
Ferrotype (tintype), cased
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Catherine Grosh Morgan (1834-1920) (AKA Kitty Morgan, AKA Dolly Morgan), wife of Calvin Morgan McClung (1820-1857), General Ambrose Powell Hill (1825-1865), C.S.A., and Alex Forsyth (?-1875), reproduction of painting, undated

  • Box 2, Item 65
Silver gelatin print
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Calvin Cogswell Morgan (1801-1854), reproduction of painting, undated

  • Box 2, Item 69
Silver gelatin print
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Captain Abraham Hunt (1740-1821), father of John Wesley Hunt; handwritten on back in ink Abraham Hunt / Lieut. Col. 1st Reg / Hunterdon County / New Jersey Militia / 1740-Oct. 27- 1821, reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 89
Silver gelatin print
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Mary Dagsworthy (1748-1814), wife of Abraham Hunt; handwritten on back in ink Mary Dagwsorthy / wife of Abraham / Hunt (2nd wife) / 1748 - April 4 - 1814, reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 90
Silver gelatin print
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John Wesley Hunt (1773-1849), Grandfather of John Hunt Morgan and one of the first millionaires west of the Allegheny Mountains; reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 91
Silver gelatin print
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Catherine Grosch Hunt (?-1854), wife of John Wesley Hunt; reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 92
Silver gelatin print
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John Wesley Hunt Jr. (?-?), son of John Wesley Hunt, handwritten on back in ink John Wesley Hunt Jr. / (painted by Jouett) / killed in a duel in / New Orleans reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 93
Silver gelatin print
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Luther Morgan (?-1847), handwritten on back in pencil Alexander Morgan - / Brother of Calvin Morgan / + Uncle of John Hunt Morgan / (killed at the battle of / Buena Vista -) reproduction of a portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 94
Silver gelatin print
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Alexander Morgan (?-1847), handwritten on back in pencil Alexander Morgan - / Brother of Calvin Morgan / + Uncle of John Hunt Morgan / (killed at the battle of / Buena Vista -) reproduction of a portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 95
Silver gelatin print
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Elizabeth Abercrombie (1794-1848), handwritten on back in ink Painted by John W Dodge / of New York City / Lexington, Kentucky / Finished June 26th 1843. / Likely of / Mrs. Dan Vertner reproduction of a portrait, 1843

  • Box 3, Item 96
Painting
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Theodosia Hunt (?-?), cousin of Richard Curd Morgan and John Hunt Morgan, handwritten on back in pen Cousin Richard Morgan / from Dr. Th. H., undated

  • Box 3, Item 97
Albumen carte de visite
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Alice Key Pendleton (1824-1896), daughter of Francis Scott Key, handwritten on back in ink Mrs. George Hunt- / Pendleton / Mrs. Pendleton was killed by / being thrown / a carriage / while dashing / in Central Park / N.Y. Her Daug. / [illegible] [illegible] was / with her and / seriously hurt., undated

  • Box 3, Item 98
Albumen carte de visite
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Lizzie Howard (?-?), handwritten on back in ink Lizzie Howard / Baltimore / Md. / 1873, 1873

  • Box 3, Item 99
Albumen carte de visite
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Civil War, 1860-1903

Private William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905), C.S.A., 5th Kentucky Cavalry, Co. A, in uniform, undated

  • Box 1, Item 3
Ferrotype (tintype), cased
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Private John R. Boyette (?-1862), C.S.A., 4th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, Co. E, in uniform, killed at the Battle of Vicksburg, undated

  • Box 1, Item 4
Ferrotype (tintype), cased
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Brigadier General Basil Wilson Duke (1838-1916), C.S.A., undated

  • Box 2, Item 68
Silver gelatin print
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Major John B. Castleman (1841-1918), C.S.A., 2nd Regiment Kentucky Cavalry, handwritten on front in ink J. B. Castleman / Ky. Morgan's Reg. + Cav., handwritten on back in ink Mrs. Gippie Fackler, undated

  • Box 3, Item 100
Albumen carte de visite
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Major John B. Castleman (1841-1918), C.S.A., 2nd Regiment Kentucky Cavalry, undated

  • Box 3, Item 101
Albumen carte de visite
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Private Humphreys Castleman (1843-1907), C.S.A., Company D, 2nd Regiment Kentucky Calvalry, handwritten on front in ink Humphreys Castleman / Private Co D 2nd Ky Cav / Lieut Morgan's Div. handwritten in ink on back of image Mrs. Gippie Fackler / Rome Georgia / Oct. 2nd / 68, undated

  • Box 3, Item 102
Albumen carte de visite
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1st Lieutenant Thomas Quirk (1841-1873), C.S.A., 2nd Regiment Kentucky Cavalry, undated

  • Box 3, Item 103
Silver gelatin print
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Group of Morgan's Men while prisoners of war in Western Penitentiary, Pennsylvania; (l to r) Captain William E. Curry, 8th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Andrew J. Church, 8th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Leeland Hathaway, 14th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Henry D. Brown, 10th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant William Hays, 20th Kentucky Cavalry; all were captured with John Hunt Morgan in Ohio, 1863

  • Box 3, Item 104
Albumen carte de visite
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Group of Morgan's Cavalry while prisoners of war in Fort Delaware, Delaware; (l to r) 1. Lt. H.H Brogden; 2. Col. Joseph Tucker; 3. Lt. H.H. Smith; 4. Capt. Hart Gibson; 5. Lt. J.J. Andrews; 6. Brig. Gen. R.B. Vance; 7. Col. Cicero Coleman; 8. I.W.K. Handy; 9. B.B. Key Orderly; 10. Brig. Gen. M. Jeff Thompson; 11. Col. R.C. Morgan; 12. Col. W.W. Ward; 13. Capt. C.H. Morgan; 14. Col. Basil Duke; 15. Lt. J.A. Tomlinson; handwritten on back in ink The Rebel / A Martyr to a cause which he conceived / to be right and espoused with unbounded enthusiasm, / A soldier where ever placed, braving every hardship / and danger and wearing at all times the insignia / Onward / [illegible], 1864

  • Box 3, Item 105
Albumen
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William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905), one of Morgan's Men and husband of Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), undated

  • Box 3, Item 106
Albumen carte de visite
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Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), wife of William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905), handwritten on back in pencil Rebecca Henry taken / 1866 Mason + Eliza Henry / daughter, Mrs Will Edwards / (Mrs. William Harvey Edwards, he / being one of Morgan's Men.), 1866

  • Box 3, Item 107
Albumen carte de visite
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Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), wife of William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905), undated

  • Box 3, Item 108
Silver gelatin print
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William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905) with Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), handwritten on front in pen Uncle "Billie" and Aunt Beck / Willmon's mother & father, typed on the back William Harvey Edwards, one of / Morgan's men, and Wife, Rebecca / Henry Edwards. / Photograph taken in Missouri, where / they removed from Versailles, Ky. / This couple had two daughters: / 1. Josephine - died in young womanhood / 2. Willmon - born March 1869 in Missouri, / died April 1957 at Versailles / Ky. / Neither were ever married., undated

  • Box 3, Item 109
Cyanotype
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Willmon Edwards (1869-1957), son of William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905) and Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), 1869

  • Box 3, Item 110
Albumen carte de visite
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Josephine Edwards (1874-1887), son of William Harvey Edwards (1838-1905) and Rebecca Henry Edwards (1836-1910), 1887

  • Box 3, Item 111
Albumen
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Identified as Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan's (1825-1864) C.S.A. raid on Paris in 1862; handwritten on front in pencil Morgan's raid on Paris 1862?, undated

  • Box 3, Item 112
Engraving
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Group of Morgan's Men; Morgan's Men reunion at Parks Hill in Nicholas County, Kentucky; Photo belonged to Private Green R. Keller (?-?) C.S.A., 5th Regiment Kentucky Cavalry; handwritten on back in pen This belonged to Green R. Keller, a member of / Morgan's Men / Presented to the Hunt Morgan House by / Nathan Young Carlisle, Ky, 1903

  • Box 3, Item 113
Silver gelatin print
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Jefferson Davis (1808-1889); President of Confederate States of America; handwritten on back in pen With best wishes / and kindest rem- / embrance / To Mrs. Morgan / Jefferson Davis reproduction of a portrait, 1864

  • Box 3, Item 114
Silver gelatin print
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Jefferson Davis (1808-1889); President of Confederate States of America with wife Varina Davis (Mrs. Jefferson Davis) (1826-1906); First Lady of the Confederate States of America; reproduction of a portrait, undated

  • Box 3, Item 115
Silver gelatin print
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General Albert Sidney Johnston (1083-1862) C.S.A.; Commanded western theater; killed at the Battle of Shiloh, in uniform, undated

  • Box 3, Item 116
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified Confederate Zouave, undated

  • Box 3, Item 117
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man; Identified under Orderly sergeant Co H 1st Missouri Infantry in album, undated

  • Box 3, Item 118
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man; Identified under Capt. Co H 1st Missouri Infantry in album, undated

  • Box 3, Item 119
Albumen carte de visite
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Major General Ambrose Everett Burnside (1824-1881), U.S.A., undated

  • Box 3, Item 120
Albumen carte de visite
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W.C. McFarland (?-?), 16th Infantry, U.S.A. handwritten on back in pen W.C. McFarland / 16th Infantry / U.S.A., undated

  • Box 3, Item 121
Albumen carte de visite
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Private Ira Railsback (?-?), one of Morgan's Men, undated

  • Box 3, Item 122
Albumen carte de visite
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Military camp ensemble; reproduction, 1860

  • Box 3, Item 123
Silver gelatin print
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Hunt-Morgan House, 1946

Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, exterior; typed on back This photograph was sent to Mrs. Marion Ross / by Mrs. Benton Argile Stockton, 310 South / Green Street, Huntsville, Alabama. / The photograph was sent by Mrs. Marion Ross, / 175 Kentucky Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky., undated

  • Box 3, Item 124
Silver gelatin print
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Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, exterior; horse-drawn carriage in front of house; postcard glued to paper, undated

  • Box 3, Item 125
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Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, exterior; by Bob Griffith, 1946

  • Box 3, Item 126
Engraving
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Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, interior; double entrance doors, undated

  • Box 3, Item 127
Silver gelatin print
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Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, interior; pier table, undated

  • Box 3, Item 128
Silver gelatin print
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Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, interior; original china, undated

  • Box 3, Item 129
Silver gelatin print
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Hunt-Morgan House, historically known as Hopemont, interior; John Hunt Morgan's baby cap and his mother's mother of pearl sewing box, undated

  • Box 3, Item 130
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified, 1902

Two unidentified Union soldiers, undated

  • Box 1, Item 6
Ferrotype (tintype), cased
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 1, Item 7
Ruby Glass Ambrotype, cased
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 1, Item 8
Dageurreotype, cased
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 1, Item 9
Dageurreotype, cased
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 1, Item 10
Dageurreotype, cased
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 2, Item 11
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Two unidentified women, undated

  • Box 2, Item 12
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 131
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 132
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 133
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 134
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 135
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 136
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 4, Item 137
Albumen cabinet card
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 138
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman; handwritten on back in ink For Capt. Charlton Morgan / Fort Delaware / Delaware, undated

  • Box 4, Item 139
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 140
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 141
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 142
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman; handwritten on back in ink To Capt CH Morgan / from his / friend / Miss Laura [illegible] / [illegible] Pa, undated

  • Box 4, Item 143
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 144
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 145
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 146
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 147
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 148
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 149
Albumen cabinet card
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 150
Albumen cabinet card
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Unidentified woman sitting in horse-drawn buggy; handwritten on back in ink Taken near the / wharf Iloilo Panay / P.I. / Sept. 1902, 1902

  • Box 4, Item 151
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 152
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 153
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 154
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 4, Item 155
Albumen
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 4, Item 156
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 4, Item 157
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 4, Item 158
Albumen
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Three unidentified children, undated

  • Box 4, Item 159
Albumen
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Miscellaneous, 1860

Judge Charles B. Thomas (?-1862), undated

  • Box 4, Item 160
Albumen carte de visite
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General George Rogers Clark (1752-1818), captured Fort Sackville during the American Revolution, handwritten on back in ink General George Rogers Clark / Conqueror of the Northwest / Buried at Louisville / Hero of Vincennes, undated

  • Box 4, Item 161
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General Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1746-1825), 3rd president-general of the Society of the Cincinnati, handwritten on front in pencil General Charles Cotesworth Pinckney / 3rd Pres. General S. of the Cincinnati. handwritten on back in pencil Charles Cotesworth Pinckney / Feb. 25 1746 - Aug. 16, 1825, undated

  • Box 4, Item 162
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Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), an Italian patriot and soldier of the Risorgimento who personally led many of the military campaigns that brought about the formation of a unified Italy; Charlton Hunt Morgan's signature is on back of image, 1860

  • Box 4, Item 163
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George Peter Alexander Healy (1808-1894), American portrait and historical painter; handwritten on back in pencil Self Portrait by / Healy - / Gift to Mr. John Wesley Hunt / given by Henrietta Hunt Henning / to the J. B. Speed Museum reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Box 4, Item 164
Silver gelatin print
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Christ Church Cathedral (Montreal), an Anglican cathedral in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the seat of the Anglican Diocese of Montreal, undated

  • Box 4, Item 165
Albumen carte de visite
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Ashland, home of Henry Clay (1777-1852); front exterior; handwritten on front Ashland / Home of Henry Clay, undated

  • Box 4, Item 166
Silver gelatin print
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White Hall, home of Cassius Marcellus Clay (1810-1903), undated

  • Box 4, Item 167
Albumen cabinet card
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Cheapside, the largest slave-trading locality in the state; street scene, undated

  • Box 4, Item 168
Silver gelatin print
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Morgan family crest from Scotland; handwritten on back in pencil Note reads / the crest of the Morgan / Family in Scotland & Wales / where my mother was born / and which this relates., undated

  • Box 4, Item 169
Silver gelatin print
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Album, undated

Three unidentified men standing with guns in front of house; loose in front of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 170
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified man standing by railroad mining cars; loose in front of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 171
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified man sitting on split-top fence, gun in lap; loose in front of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 172
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified man with horse, sign states Ed Mack / P.A. Brady; removed from pg. 2 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 173
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified man by railroad tracks; removed from pg. 3 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 174
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified woman; removed from pg. 4 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 175
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 5 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 176
Silver gelatin print
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Two unidentified men standing in a field; removed from pg. 6 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 177
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Four unidentified men and two dogs in front of house; removed from pg. 7 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 178
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified infant; removed from pg. 8 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 179
Gelatin printing-out paper
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 9 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 180
Collodion printing-out paper
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Two unidentified men standing by fence in front of house; removed from pg. 10 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 181
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified man, woman, and child standing in front of house; removed from pg. 11 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 182
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified child; removed from pg. 12 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 183
Gelatin printing-out paper
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Two unidentified men; removed from pg. 13 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 184
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Dirt road with split-rail fences lining both sides; removed from pg. 14 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 185
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Five unidentified men standing on platform by railroad tracks; removed from pg. 15 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 186
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 19 of album; handwritten on front in pen Happy Cal Wagner, undated

  • Box 4, Item 187
Albumen cabinet card
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Three unidentified men with guns shooting behind small fence; removed from pg. 20 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 188
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Three unidentified men with guns, three dogs and a boy standing in field; removed from pg. 20 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 189
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Two unidentified men standing in field; removed from pg. 22 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 190
Eastman Kodak paper stripping roll (Kodak No. 1)
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Three unidentified children; removed from pg. 23 of album; handwritten on back in pen Cary 4 yrs 2 ms / Bessie 1 yr 10 ms Marion 2 yrs 10 ms, undated

  • Box 4, Item 191
Gelatin printing-out paper
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Unidentified man, removed from pg. 25 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 192
Albumen cabinet card
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Unidentified woman; removed from pg. 27 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 193
Albumen carte de visite
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Alfred Duncan Kent (?-?), infant; removed from pg. 27 of album; handwritten on front in pencil Alfred Duncan Kent, undated

  • Box 4, Item 194
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified infant; removed from pg. 27 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 195
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 27 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 196
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified woman; removed from pg. 28 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 197
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 28 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 198
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified infant; removed from pg. 28 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 199
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified infant; removed from pg. 28 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 200
Collodion printing-out paper
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Unidentified infant; removed from pg. 29 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 201
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified infant; removed from pg. 29 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 202
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 29 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 203
Albumen carte de visite
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Unidentified man; removed from pg. 29 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 204
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified woman holding infant; removed from pg. 30 of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 205
Collodion printing-out paper
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Unidentified man holding infant; found loose in back cover of album; handwritten on back in ink Mayhew Wing Shields / Born July 1st 1887, undated

  • Box 4, Item 206
Gelatin printing-out paper
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Two unidentified men; found loose in back cover of album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 207
Collodion printing-out paper
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Unidentified infant; found loose in album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 208
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified woman; found loose in album; handwritten on back in pencil From Bertha Schaefer / Co. / Annette Applegate, undated

  • Box 4, Item 209
Gelatin printing-out paper
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Unidentified man; found loose in album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 210
Ferrotype (tintype)
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Unidentified man; found loose in album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 211
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified man; found loose in album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 212
Collodion printing-out paper
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Unidentified man; found loose in album, undated

  • Box 4, Item 213
Albumen
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Empty album, undated

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Oversized, 1898

Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan C.S.A.; Morgan in civilian dress and a cavalry hat; front reads Born June 1, 1825, Hunstville; removed to Lexington, Ky., 1828; fought in Mexican War; Captain in C.S.A., 1861; with Orphan Brigade, 1862; made Colonel, 1862; Brigadier-General, 1864; (for two years was acting Major-General); killed, Greenville, Tenn., September 4, 1864; greatest cavalry raider., undated

  • Folder 1, Item 214
Halftone print
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Henrietta Hunt (1805-1891) standing in the doorway of Hopemont (Hunt-Morgan House), undated

  • Folder 1, Item 215
Albumen
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Henrietta Hunt (1805-1891) sitting in a large room, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 216
Albumen
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John Wesley Hunt Jr. (?-?), son of John Wesley Hunt, reproduction of a painted portrait, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 217
Silver gelatin print
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Charlton Hunt Morgan (1869-1934), C.S.A., Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945), Alexander Graham Bell (1847 -1922), and Gilbert H. Grosvenor (1875-1966), standing outside of house, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 218
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945) in laboratory, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 219
Silver gelatin print
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1st Lieutenant Thomas Quirk (1841-1873), C.S.A., 2nd Regiment Kentucky Cavalry, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 220
Silver gelatin print
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Prisoners of war in Columbus, Ohio, with Morgan, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 221
Albumen
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Prisoners of war in Columbus, Ohio, with Morgan; Names are handwritten in pencil on front 1. P. H. Eastin / 2. L. P. Young / 3. O. F. Redd / 4. Geo. B. Taylor / 5. Rm M. Redd / 6. J. R. Morton / 7. C. F Estill / 8. A. W. Macklin / 9. R. K. Byrnes / 10. H. R. Engman / 11. D. H. James / 12. Robt. Berry / 13. Cicero Colman / 14. B. B. Bigstaff / 15. W. C. P. Breckenridge / 16. R. S. Bullock / 17. R. C. Morgan / 18. O. S. Tenney, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 222
Albumen
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Morgan's Men Reunion; handwritten on front General John H Morgan's Command / Chenault's Regiment / 1861-C.S.A.-1865; group gathered at exterior of building, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 223
Silver gelatin print
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Morgan's Men Reunion; group gathered on lawn, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 224
Silver gelatin print
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Morgan's Men Reunion; typed on front, MORGAN'S MEN. / At the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Guests of Seventh Ohio Cavalry, Sept. 7 1898., 1898

  • Folder 1, Item 225
Newsprint Halftone
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General Benjamin Hardin Helm (1831-1863), 1st Kentucky Cavalry, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 226
Illustrations cut from a book
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General Roger Weightman Hanson (1827-1863) C.S.A.; Lexington, Kentucky native; Commander of the Orphan Brigade, killed in the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 227
Illustrations cut from a book
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Major General William Preston (1816-1887), C.S.A.; Lexington, Kentucky native; served in the Kentucky State Legislature, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 228
Illustrations cut from a book
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General Albert Sidney Johnston (1883-1862) C.S.A.; Commanded western theater; killed at the Battle of Shiloh, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 229
Illustrations cut from a book
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Walter Newman Haldeman (1821­1902), honorary member Orphan Brigade, the greatest philanthropist in the South, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 230
Illustrations cut from a book
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Lizzie Keiser with group of children at Mill and Maxwell Street, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 231
Albumen
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Alba B. Johnson (?-1935), president of the Baldwin locomotive works; handwritten on front in pen, With kindest greetings to one of Leah's best friends. / Alba B. Johnson / Castana, December 19th. 1910., undated

  • Folder 1, Item 232
Silver gelatin print
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Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945), handwritten on back in ink, Dr. J. M. Carpenter / 7-8-62 / Hunt-Morgan House, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 233
Silver gelatin print
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Unidentified man in chair, reading book, undated

  • Folder 1, Item 234
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