Clark-Cox-Marshall Family Photograph Collection,ca. 1850-ca. 1959

Descriptive Summary

Clark-Cox-Marshall Family Photograph Collection,ca. 1850-ca. 1959
Clark-Cox-Marshall Family
78 items
Casseday, Jennie, -- 1840-1893
Clark family
Cox family.
Marshall family.
Railroad stations -- Alabama -- Stevenson -- Photographs.
Soldiers -- United States -- Photographs.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Pictorial works.
Clark family.
Cox family.
Marshall family.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: staff; machine-readable finding aid created by:M. Plarr
The Filson Historical Society

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous photographs from Clark, Cox, and Marshall families; two daguerreotypes, one of William Henry Marshall, the other of an unidentified small child, both in good condition; two ambrotypes, one of an unidentified woman and a baby, in poor condition, and one of a young man, possibly Lee Marshall; two cased tintypes, one of Ann Clark Sanders, the other of an unidentified child; three loose tintypes. Album pages of photos and snapshots, many identified. Album of twenty-one cartes-de-visites, many not identified. Of interest is a carte-de-visite of Milton Cook Clark, Civil War soldier who died on the Sultana in 1865, a carte-de -visite of William Russell Cox, a Union Army veteran. Also included is a photo identified as a group of Union soldiers at a train station in Stevenson, Ala., waiting to return home. The group includes William Russell Cox. Other identified persons include Jane Mariah Clark Cox, William D. Clark, Samuel M. Clark, Charles Guthrey Clark, Harry S. Marshall, Edith Marshall, Clara Dean Marshall, Pratt Ames Reynolds, Josephine Reynolds, Daniel E. Sullivan, and Jennie Casseday.