Portrait of John BrownHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkJohn Brown from shoulders up with beard. Photo in circular form with around it and then covered with glass. Glass has a black paperedging around it. See hf 1182.
Armory grounds in ruinsHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkArmory grounds in ruins, view shows three buildings, foundations, large chimney, steam engine on tracks, houses along potomac street, and hillside wherehilltop (present house hotel is located.) Hillside in this view is barren of trees on top and no buildings. One side has paper border. see hf-1160.
View of the Potomac from Maryland HeightsHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkView of the Potomac from Maryland Heights. Shows: the slavery mill, railroad tracks along the river bank and present location, islands, island park bridge, canal, high street, camp hill, including Lockwood House and Hilltop House Hotel.
Composite of prominent personalities involved in the John Brown trialHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkComposite of prominent personalities involved in the John Brown trial. Namely, Andrew Hunter, commonwealth attorney; James Campbell, sheriff; T. Clairborne Green; Brown's counsel; Col. Lewis W. Washington, one of brown's hostages; judge Richard Parker; John Avis, jailer; Mrs. Mary A. Brown, wife and Lawson Botts, Brown'scounsel. Total of eight (8) people. Each individual is identified by name and title and between each photo there is a vine design. See hf-1144.
Lincoln Hall building which was formerly on Storer College campusHarpers Ferry National Historical Park"Lincoln Hall" building which was formerly on Storer College campus,building was five story ? weatherboard. Porch on one end showing in plate. Men andwomen standing in yard near the porch. Glass has black paper border around itsedges.
Small glass plate of Shenandoah Street looking west, circa 1890Harpers Ferry National Historical ParkSmall glass plate of Shenandoah Street looking west, ca. 1890. View shows buildings 9, 10, 11, 12, 38 on right plus others in distance. Left shows buildings which were located on arsenal square. Other things distinguishable are: portionof the brick armory wall with portion of a pill advertisement.
John Brown's Fort (armory enginehouse) with cupola, located on original site at armoryHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkJohn Brown's Fort (armory enginehouse) with cupola, located on originalsite at armory and armory grounds appears to have had flood damage. View shows side offort with three (3) doors with inscription over doors, in white paint, "John" (door)"Brown's" (door 2), "Fort." (door 3). Iron gate to armory yard in view with one of stonepost fallen down in separate blocks.
View looking eastward, showing various buildings and Bollman iron bridgeHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkView looking eastward of "point" area showing various buildings, Bollman iron bridge, with "y" span across Potomac River, ruins of C and 0 canal, railroad tracks around base of Maryland Heights and one span of Shenandoah River bridge on right of photo. One building on point has "Potomac House" painted across one end. There are three wagons with horses and one lone horse. Paper border around its edges. See hf 1157.
Harpers Ferry and Camp Hill area taken from Maryland sideHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkHarpers Ferry and Camp Hill area taken from Maryland side. View hasPotomac River in foreground, with old stone wall along Potomac River bank with railroad trestle and tracks across its top, large chimney to armory building still standing,buildings along potomac and high streets, marmion row, episcopal church, Appalachain trail house and paymaster's (Lockwood) house. Over all good view of area. Glass has black paper framing on one side. See hf-1155.
Small glass plate of Anthony Hall, main building of Storer College campusHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkSmall glass plate of Anthony Hall, main building of Storer College campus. View taken looking westward with portion of "Lincoln Hall" to left and "Myrtle Hall" to right of Anthony Hall. Foreground has private homes and yards. Paper framing around its edges. See hf-1153.
U.S. rifle works on Hall's Island, 1861-1865Harpers Ferry National Historical ParkU.S. rifle works on Hall's Island, 1861-1865. View taken from Jefferson Rock area and shows the ruins of the nine buildings of the rifle factory. Also shows the canal of the Potomac Canal co., houses on Shenandoah St., in the distance and the Shenandoah River. This view is same as photograph number hf-37.
Jefferson Rock with two men standing on rock just belowHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkJefferson Rock with two men standing on rock just below J. Rock. Views Shows other large rocks around base of Jefferson Rock. One man has beard & both are dressed in black pants, coat, white shirts & hats. One man may be Dr. Henry T. McDonald, president of Storer College. In circular form (photo) with black paper onthe outer edges of glass. see hf-1163.
View of public way looking north, Harpers Ferry, West VirginiaHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkView of public way looking north. Shows: the west side of Harper House and Marmion Row, porches of harper house with railings and trellis, bridge across public way to garden, which has shrubbery hanging over the rock wall, rocky roadbed of p. way, several houses on the left side and a house on high street, directly across from the entrace to public way.
View of lower half of hand carved stone steps, Harpers Ferry, West VirginiaHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkView of lower half of hand carved "stone steps." Left side shows portion of building 37 with small porch, 3 barrels under porch and a barrel and a signor box inscribed "arbuckles???" in front of building. Wide board fence and shedfurther up steps. Bottom half of a lamp post and portion of the catholic church (before remodeling of 1893) in the background.
View of five civil war historical tablets on the capture of Harpers Ferry, West VirginiaHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkGood view of 5 civil war tablets depicting the "capture of Harpers Ferry". The old railroad side tracks are directly in the foreground and the John Brown monument is on the south end of the tablets. In the background are the following buildings: "J. A. Stuart restaurant", "Hotel Conner", barber shop, bldg. 9 and small portion of bldg. 8 with a man standing in the doorway. Photo hf-1041 similar.