TWO Slave Era 1860s CDV Photo African American Men in Nevada Civil War Tax Stamp
Two original CDV photos of African American men, photographed circa 1865. The man with the walking stick has a studio imprint of H. Krause's Pioneer Gallery in Austin, Nevada, the other man's has a Civil War revenue stamp, which appears to have a cancellation date of the 1st of (month unreadable) 1865. The men were possibly California, Nevada African American pioneers, miners, or both.. Or maybe they were in the area to celebrate The Colored People's Festival, which was held at Hamilton Hall in Grass Valley in honor of the second anniversary of Emancipation Day on January 2, 1865.
CDVs are 4" x 2.5" and in very good antique condition. Use zoom/hover to check for details, or send a message with any questions. History 1800s antique black slave slavery juneteenth rare.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Photographs". The seller is "jack_mord" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Antique: Yes
- Photo Type: CDV
- Date of Creation: 1860-1869
- Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
- Subject: Historic & Vintage, Ethnic, Black
- Type: Photograph
- Format: Carte de Visite (CDV)
- Original/Reprint: Original Print
- Number of Photographs: 2
- Theme: Black, Americana, Cultures & Ethnicities, People
- Featured Refinements: CDV Stamp
- Time Period Manufactured: Vintage & Antique (Pre-1940)
- Production Technique: Albumen Print