M1858 Remington Army

Date:
c. 1860

REMINGTON-BEALS M1858 ARMY REVOLVER, .44 CALIBER, PERCUSSION, SERIAL # ? FLANGED HEAD OF CYLINDER PIN BROKEN OFF. NO ORIGINAL BLUE FINISH REMAINING. Origin: ILION, NEW YORK.

Description (physical):

Material: Steel, Brass, Wood. L: 34.9 Cm.

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 1808
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Stereo Photograph Of General Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson'S Horse, Old Sorrel

Date:
c. 1887
Creator:
W.W. Roster

STEREO PHOTOGRAPH OF GENERAL THOMAS J. (STONEWALL) JACKSON'S HORSE, OLD SORREL (ALSO KNOWN AS "LITTLE SORREL"), TAKEN AT THE SOLDIERS HOME IN RICHMOND, VA. SHORTLY BEFORE THE HORSE DIED ON MARCH 16, 1886. PRINTED LABEL PASTED ON BACK OF PHOTOGRAPH STATES THE HORSE DIED AT THE SOLDIERS' HOME IN NOVEMBER, 1887. LABEL SIGNED BY CAPT. J.R. ROSSER, LIBRARIAN. Origin: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.

Description (physical):

Material: Paper. H: 10.8, W: 16.5 Cm.

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 1925
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

VMI Cadet Tailcoat Worn By Charles R. Norris (co. B, 27th Va Inf.) When Killed 21 July 1861

Date:
c. 1860
Creator:
Vanderslice

VMI CADET TAILCOAT WORN BY CHARLES R. NORRIS (CO. B, 27TH VA INF.) WHEN KILLED 21 JULY 1861. SINGLE BREASTED; STAND UP COLLAR; CADET GRAY WOOL TRIMMED WITH BLACK BRAID; PADDED FRONT WITH RED LINING; WHITE COTTON SLEEVE LINING; GILT/BRASS VMI CADET BUTTONS (BACKMARK: R&W ROBINSON, EAGLE) IN 3 ROWS DOWN FRONT (TOP CENTER & LEFT COLLAR MISSING);2 BUTTONS EACH AT BACK WAIST & ON TAILS; NO CUFF BUTTONS; LABEL INSIDE COLLAR: WIGHT";ENTRY WOUND HOLE THROUGH FRONT LEFT SHOULDER AREA; EXTENSIVE MOTH DAMAGE." Origin: LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA.

Description (physical):

Material: Wool, Cotton, Brass. H: 76 cm, W: 42 cm, D: 24 cm.

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 1966
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Original Profile Portrait Of Dr. Isaac Henry

Date:
c. 1802
Creator:
Charles B.J. St. Memin

ORIGINAL PROFILE PORTRAIT OF DR. ISAAC HENRY BY ARTIST CHARLES B.J. ST. MEMIN. CRAYON (PASTEL/ CHARCOAL) ON PAPER. MATTED & FRAMED UNDER GLASS. ORIGINAL WOODEN FRAME BACKING (b) IS SEPARATE (REMOVED BY CONSERVATORS). Origin: PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA.

Description (physical):

Material: Paper, Wood. L: 63, W: 48, T 2.8 Cm. Poor Condition Originally: Light Damage, Water Stains, Inactive Insect Infestation, Paper Torn When Reframed

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 22009
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Participant Ribbon/medallion From The Centennial Reenactment

Date:
1961

PARTICIPANT RIBBON/MEDALLION FROM THE CENTENNIAL REENACTMENT, FIRST MANASSAS, 1961, ISSUED TO WILLIAM M. DITTO, B COMPANY, 27TH NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, N-SSA. CIRCULAR GOLD WASHED MEDALLION WITH BLUE, GRAY & WHITE STRIPED RIBBON & PIN CLASP ON REVERSE. HOUSED IN PLASTIC CASE.

Description (physical):

Material: Textile, Metal. L: 6.8, W: 3.4 Cm

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 22496
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Cased Daguerreotype Of Felix G. Butler

Date:
c. 1861

CASED DAGUERREOTYPE OF FELIX G. BUTLER, CORPORAL, COMPANY G, 4TH ALABAMA INFANTRY, IN CIVILIAN ATTIRE. LABEL UNDER METAL FRAME MARKED: GENUINE UNION CASE, IMPROVED. - FINE GILT AND BURNISHED HINGE. - S.PECK & CO., MANUFACTURERS." INSCRIPTION IN PENCIL ON SAME LABEL READS: "FELIX G. BUTLER WAS WOUNDED IN THE FIRST BATTLE OF MANASSAS ON THE 21ST DAY OF JULY 1861. AND DIED IN BRENTSVILLE, VIRGINIA ON OCT 8TH, 1861, FROM HIS WOUNDS. HIS SISTER

Description (physical):

Material: Gutta Percha, Glass, Brass. L: 9.6, W: 8.5, T 1.8 Cm

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 22753
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Clear Glass Round Bottle With Broken Neck

CLEAR GLASS ROUND BOTTLE WITH BROKEN NECK (2 PIECES) MARKED (MOLDED): 2-1/2 FLUID OUNCES.

Description (physical):

Material: Glass.

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 22912
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Military Pass Written In Ink On Lined Light Blue Paper

Date:
28 July 1861

MILITARY PASS WRITTEN IN INK ON LINED LIGHT BLUE PAPER: PASS HENY W. CLOWE TO CENTREVILLE." DATED: "HEAD QUARTERS / 8TH BRIG. JULY 28TH 1861" SIGNED: "P.ST. GEO COCKE / COL COMDG 8 BRIG / PER T.J. RANDOLPH / AID DE CAMP." IT IS PROBABLE MRS. CLOWE OF HAYMARKET OBTAINED THIS PASS TO VISIT HER HUSBAND IN CO. F, 17TH VA INFANTRY CAMPED AT CENTREVILLE.

Description (physical):

Material: Paper. L: 9.6, W: 19.8 Cm. 3 Fold Creases, Edges Worn

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 22969
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park