Museum of Confederacy, Richmond Photos

The Museum of Confederacy, Richmond, VA, displays many of the items used by Southern military leaders during the War Between the States. The extensive collection features Robert E. Lee, J.E.B. Stuart, Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, and others.

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Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Confederate heroes salmon street art by Henry E. Kidd at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Virginia Mourning Her Dead sculpture by Moses Ezekiel at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Hardee pattern Civil War hat of Colonel Francis S. Bartow at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Museum of the Confederacy (1201 E. Clay St.). Richmond, VA.Confederate heroes salmon street art (2001) by Henry E. Kidd at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Virginia Mourning Her Dead sculpture (c1913) by Moses Ezekiel at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Hardee pattern Civil War hat of Colonel Francis S. Bartow at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Uniform & saddle of Confederate Major General J.E.B. Stuart at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Hat, belt, revolver & sash of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Adams Revolver used by Lieutenant General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Field glasses of Lieutenant General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Uniform & saddle of Confederate Major General J.E.B. Stuart at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Hat, belt, revolver & sash of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Adams Revolver (c1862) used by Lieutenant General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Field glasses of Lieutenant General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Last Meeting of R.E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville painting by Everett B.D. Julio at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Last Meeting of R.E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson graphic by Everett B.D. Julio at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Tent, camp bed, boots, hat, & chest with eating utensils owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Tent, chair, folding table, gloves & field glasses owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Last Meeting of R.E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville painting (1869) by Everett B.D. Julio at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Last Meeting of R.E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson graphic (c1869) by Everett B.D. Julio at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Tent, camp bed, boots, hat, & chest with eating utensils owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Tent, chair, folding table, gloves & field glasses owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Chest with cooking & eating utensils owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Drum used by William Tinley of 48th Georgia Infantry at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Drum of 13th Virginia Infantry made by Confederate Drum Manufactory at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Twisted rail [aka Sherman's neck-tie] wherein heated rails were wrapped around trees to prevent rebuilding of railroads at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Chest with cooking & eating utensils owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Drum (c1840s) used (1862) by William Tinley of 48th Georgia Infantry at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Drum of 13th Virginia Infantry made by Confederate Drum Manufactory at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Twisted rail [aka Sherman's neck-tie] wherein heated rails were wrapped around trees to prevent rebuilding of railroads at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Confederate uniform coat at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Signature page from original duplicate parole list signed at Appomattox surrender at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Coat & vest worn by Jefferson Davis upon his capture at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Collection of Civil War uniforms at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Confederate uniform coat at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Signature page from original duplicate parole list signed at Appomattox surrender at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Coat & vest worn by Jefferson Davis upon his capture at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Collection of Civil War uniforms at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Collection of carved tobacco pipes at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Great Seal of the Confederacy made in England at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Bronze bust of Robert E. Lee by Sir Moses Ezekiel at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Souvenirs from unveiling of Robert E. Lee monument at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Collection of carved tobacco pipes at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Great Seal of the Confederacy made (1864) in England at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Bronze bust of Robert E. Lee (c1886) by Sir Moses Ezekiel at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Souvenirs from unveiling of Robert E. Lee monument (May 29, 1890) at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Confederate veterans reunion ribbons at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Civil War veterans reunion ribbons at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.John Tyler engraving by John Sartain after J.R. Lambdin at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Garden at rear of White House of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.
Confederate veterans reunion ribbons (c1904) at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Civil War veterans reunion ribbons (1901 & 11) at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.John Tyler engraving (1880) by John Sartain after J.R. Lambdin at Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.Garden at rear of White House of the Confederacy. Richmond, VA.

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