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.
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.
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.