Major Brandling's troop of artillery horse

Battery B, 2d U.S. Artillery near Fair Oaks, Va., June, 1862

In camp headquarters of First Brigade of horse artillery popularly called "flying artillery" taken near Brandy Station, Virginia in winter quarters of the Army of the Potomac during winter of 1863 and ...

Culpeper, Virginia. Lt. Williston and horse. U.S. Horse Artillery

Captain King, horse artillery

Lieutenant Grills, R.H.A.

Lieutenant Strangeways [i.e., Strangways], Royal Horse Artillery

Major Brandling's troop

Horse artillery, France, 1853

Maj. Robertson's Battery of horse artillery, near Richmond, June, 1862

Cavalry camp near Balaklava

Field train, horse artillery

[Fair Oaks, Va., vicinity. Brigade officers of the Horse Artillery commanded by Lt. Col. William Hays]

[Culpeper, Va. Officers of the U.S. Horse Artillery Brigade commanded by Capt. James M. Robertson]

[Brandy Station, Va. Gens. George G. Meade, John Sedgwick, and Robert O. Tyler with staff officers at Horse Artillery headquarters]

[Brandy Station, Va. Capt. James M. Robertson and staff, 1st Brigade, Horse Artillery]

[Brandy Station, Va. Headquarters of 1st Brigade, Horse Artillery]

[Brandy Station, Va. Officers and a lady at headquarters of 1st Brigade, Horse Artillery]

[Brandy Station, Va. Tent of A. Foulke, Sutler, at headquarters of 1st Brigade, Horse Artillery]

Gibson's Battery of horse artillery, near Fair Oaks, Va.

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