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Russell, Andrew J. Library of Congress/NACO

Russell, Andrew J. 1829-1902 German National Library ISNI

Russell, Andrew Joseph (American photographer, 1830-1902) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Andrew J. Russell American photographer Wikidata

Russell, Andrew Joseph, 1830-1902 National Library of the Netherlands

Russell, Andrew Joseph, 1829-1902 Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 6078648 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/6078648

ISNI: 0000  0000  2348  204X 

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Approach to Narrows, Weber Canon Library of Congress/NACO
Building stockade, Alexandria, Va. Library of Congress/NACO
Bull Run, the scene of Gen. Taylor's death, May, 1863 Library of Congress/NACO
Burning Rock Cut, near Green River Library of Congress/NACO
Capitol, Washington, D.C., north-east view. Dome and front unfinished, June 28, 1863. Library of Congress/NACO
Chesebro & Magee's Works, Green River Library of Congress/NACO
Civil War photographs Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
Convalescent camp, near Alexandria, Va. Library of Congress/NACO
Destruction and destiny the photographs of A.J. Russell : directing American energy in war and peace, 1862-1869 Sudoc [ABES], France
[Dock on the south side of the James River, opposite Richmond, Va.] Library of Congress/NACO
Expedients for crossing streams Library of Congress/NACO
Experimental bridges Library of Congress/NACO
Fort Sedgwick near Petersburg Library of Congress/NACO
Giesboro, Md Library of Congress/NACO
Hermit's Grotto, Bitter Creek Valley Library of Congress/NACO
[Lake Lall, Uinta Mountains, Utah] Library of Congress/NACO
Long Bridge, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying soldiers across the Potomac River] Library of Congress/NACO
[Military railroad operations in northern Virginia: men using levers for loosening rails] Library of Congress/NACO
Mt. Agassiz, Uinta Mts. [Utah] Library of Congress/NACO
New bridge over Potomac River on the Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad. Total length 5,104 feet Library of Congress/NACO
Potomac Creek Bridge, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh [sic] Railroad, April 18,1863 Library of Congress/NACO
[Railroad construction workers] Library of Congress/NACO
[Railroad trestle bridge] Library of Congress/NACO
Represents the platform on which the bottoms of the arks are constructed Library of Congress/NACO
Residence of Mr. Hudson, headquarters of Gen. Pope during the battle of Cedar Mountain Library of Congress/NACO
Reynolds & Dowling's camp, Quaking Asp Hill Library of Congress/NACO
Richmond, from Oregon Hill, April 1865 Library of Congress/NACO
Rocky Way near Wahsatch, Echo Canon Library of Congress/NACO
[Ruins in Richmond, Va.] Library of Congress/NACO
Salt Lake City - Camp Douglas and Wasatch Mountains in the background Library of Congress/NACO
Scrap heap at Alexandria, composed of remains of cars and engines destroyed at Bristoe and Manassas during Pope's campaigns in the fall of 1862 Library of Congress/NACO
Sentinel Rock - Echo Cañon Library of Congress/NACO
Shadow Lake, Uintas Library of Congress/NACO
Shed at carpenter shop at Alexandria Library of Congress/NACO
Snow and timber line - Medicine Bow Mountain Library of Congress/NACO
Soldier's Cemetery, Alexandria, Va. Library of Congress/NACO
Source of the Laramie River Library of Congress/NACO
Stone wall below Marye's Heights, May 3, 1863 Library of Congress/NACO
Stoneman's Station Library of Congress/NACO
Summit of Sierra Nevada - snow sheds in foreground, Donner Lake in the distance, Central Pacific R.R. Library of Congress/NACO
[Tents, possibly used by workers at Giesboro cavalry depot] Library of Congress/NACO
Thousand Mile Tree - Wilhelmina's Pass Library of Congress/NACO
Transportation on the Potomac. Cars loaded at Alexandria can be carried on barges or arks to Aquia Creek, and sent to stations where the Army of the Potomac is supplied, without break of bulk Library of Congress/NACO
Treasury Buildings, Washington, D.C., south-east view Library of Congress/NACO
Trestle bridge across Bull Run, after the freshet of 1863 Library of Congress/NACO
Trestle work (no. 2,) on City Point & Army R. R. Library of Congress/NACO
Trestle work - Promontory Point, Salt Lake Valley Library of Congress/NACO
Tubular bridge, through the pipes of which the city of Washington is supplied with water; built by General Meigs Library of Congress/NACO
Turning over the bottom of an ark Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. Fire Department, Alexandria, Va., with steam fire engines, July, 1863 Library of Congress/NACO
Uinta Summit head Bear R. [Wyoming] Library of Congress/NACO
Union Arch, built by Gen. M.C. Meigs, span of 220 feet Library of Congress/NACO
Union soldiers entrenched along the west bank of the Rappahannock River at Fredericksburg Library of Congress/NACO
[Union soldiers in front of a house] Library of Congress/NACO
Union veterans of trench and field before Petersburg Dec. 1864 Library of Congress/NACO
Upper wharf, Belle Plain. Built by U.S.M.R.R. Construction Corps Library of Congress/NACO
View down the Potomac from Union Arch Library of Congress/NACO
[View from the top of a car on the extreme end of the Burnside wharf looking towards shore] Library of Congress/NACO
View of Alexandria, Va., showing new engine house in which sixty engines can be stored in working order Library of Congress/NACO
View of "Rocketts" and the James River, Richmond, Va., April, 1865 Library of Congress/NACO
View on Pope's Head, near burnt bridge, Orange & Alexandria Railroad Library of Congress/NACO
View taken from south side of Canal Basin, Richmond, Va., April, 1865, showing Capitol, Custom House, etc. Library of Congress/NACO
Wahsatch near Salt Lake [Utah] Library of Congress/NACO
Washington arsenal, Aug. '63 Library of Congress/NACO
Water washed Caves of the Fairies, Point of Rocks Library of Congress/NACO
Way Confederates destroyed railroads Library of Congress/NACO
Weber Canon, below Devil's Gate Library of Congress/NACO
Westward to Promontory : building the Union Pacific across the plains and mountains : a pictorial documentary Library of Congress/NACO
Wharf at Alexandria, Va., used by U.S. Military Railroad Department Library of Congress/NACO
[Worker repairing telegraph line?] Library of Congress/NACO
Wreck caused by the fracture of an axle of a car on the Loudon and Hampshire Railroad, March 28th, 1863 Library of Congress/NACO
Yard at Alexandria, construction corps finishing portable bridge trusses Library of Congress/NACO

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