In addition to the items listed on this page there are various Civil War Surgeons available on our Civil War CDV and Cabinet Card page. Also be sure to see our medical-related stereoviews available on our Civil War Stereoviews page.

Foot Injury CDV Foot Injury CDV
Medcdv1. Winslow & Slocum, Military Photographers, Fort Schuyler, Davids Island, Willetts, Point, &c. CDV shows a piercing injury to a foot. G. $400

Army Medical Museum-Wounded Soldier CDV  Army Medical Museum-Wounded Soldier CDV
CWCDV1037. $850

Army Medical Museum-Wounded Soldier CDV  Army Medical Museum-Wounded Soldier CDV
CWCDV1039. This appears to show elephantiasis of the penis and testicles in a soldier with a leg amputation. $1500

Army Medical Museum-Wounded Soldier CDV  Army Medical Museum-Wounded Soldier CDV
CWCDV1040.  Identified in image as Maj. C.W. Hobbs, 7 NY H.A. Hobbs enlisted on 8/19/1862 at Albany, NY as a 2nd Lieutenant. On 8/19/1862 he was commissioned into “G” Co. NY 7th Heavy Artillery. He was Mustered Out on 7/3/1865 at Ft Federal Hill, Baltimore, MD.  (Subsequent service in US Army from 09/21/1867) He was listed as: * Wounded 6/3/1864 Cold Harbor, VA (Wounded in left leg & left hand). Promotions: * 1st Lieut 6/22/1863; * Capt 11/12/1864 (As of Co. D); * Major 3/22/1865; * 1st Lieut 9/21/1867 by Brevet (Spottsylvania Court House, VA); * Capt 9/21/1867 by Brevet (Cold Harbor, VA). Intra Regimental Company Transfers: * 11/12/1864 from company G to company D; * 3/22/1865 from company D to Field & Staff. $1200

Army Medical Museum Photographic Series CDV  Army Medical Museum Photographic Series CDV
CWCDV1043. $350

Army Medical Museum Photographic Series CDV  Army Medical Museum Photographic Series CDV
CWCDV1044. $350

Army Medical Museum Photographic Series CDV  Army Medical Museum Photographic Series CDV
CWCDV1045. $350

Army Medical Museum Specimen CDV  Army Medical Museum Specimen CDV
CWCDV1051. $250

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PPCDV24.
Churchill & Denison, Albany. “To Mother,” written on back. This nicely attired gentleman prominently displays his missing arm in this carte sent to his mother. There is a 2-cent blue tax stamp on verso and it is no great leap to assume that this fellow lost his arm in the Great Rebellion. VG. $85

  
PPCAB17.
Noble, Lincoln, Neb. Mr. Cad Pace after the wreck at Kansas City. He is showing the bandaged stump of his left hand. There are two creases at the lower left off to the side. G. $150


PPCAB24.
Home Photo Co., Williamston, Mich. Image of a man with crutch, foot in the air. VG. $45

     
PPCDV58.
No ID. On back: “Benjamin Franklin, The Unfortunate Soldier, who lost all his limbs by freezing, while crossing the plains from Fort Wadsworth, Dacotah Territory, to Fort Ridgely, Minn. While he was making the journey, in company with four others, they were caught in one of those dreadful storms which frequently occur on the plains, and all of his comrades perished. He was out eight days and seven nights without food or fire, and when found by two Indians was nearly starved to death. He is now trying to sell his Photographs for the benefit of his family which consists of a wife and three children. Price 25 Cents.” VG. $325

Disabled Man in 3-Wheeled Wheelchair 1870s Disabled Man in 3-Wheeled Wheelchair 1870s
PPCDV110. No ID. Disabled man in three-wheeled wheelchair. On back is written “Isaac Slake age 27.” VG. $125

Laura Bridgman Laura Bridgman
PPCAB42. Warren’s Portraits, Boston. Laura Dewey Lynn Bridgman (Dec. 21, 1829-May 24, 1889). First deaf-blind American child to gain a significant education in the English language. Trimmed at bottom. G+. $250

Isaac Stake Isaac Stake
Odd163. No ID. CDV of Isaac Stake, age 27, Platte County, Nebraska. G. $150

Man on Crutches Tintype
PPTT71. Tintype, 4″ x 2 5/8″ of a man on crutches.VG. $150


Medcab4. Geo. Jefferson, Winchester, Illinois. Cabinet card of two cigar-smoking gents, each with an arm in a sling. There is an umbrella and a mysterious box by their sides. VG. $85

pectus carinatum pigeon chest
Medcdv2. “Improved Enameled Card” of a man with pectus carinatum (pigeon chest) deformity. G. $40


Medcdv3. Erslys’ Gallery, Whitewater, Wis. CDV of 4 identified boys “Frozen on the G.B. & M. R. R. Bridge over Elk Creek on the night of March 10th and 11th, 1876, during the great freshet.” Additional text on verso: “Born. 1st. John Schmit, May 17, 1861; 2nd. Freddy Hill, July 11, 1858; 3rd. Leland Fay, Jan. 21, 1856; 4th. Geo. Schmit, March 13, 1859. Sold for the Benefit of the Boys.” This event was reported in the Elkhart Daily Review, March 21, 1876. VG. $350


PPCDV155.  Cridland’s Photograph Gallery, 90 Main St., Dayton, Ohio. Amputee. 3-cent tax stamp on verso, not cancelled, dating this image between mid-1864 and mid-1866. VG. $40


MedCDV4. H.W. Oliver, Rome, N.Y. Image is of a man with a tumor in his leg. VG. $150