Carte-de-visite of Col. Elmer Ephraim Ellsworth shown in three-quarter portrait. Ellsworth stands facing the camera with his right hand in his trouser pocket. He wears a light colored vest and trousers, a dark jacket, a dark cloak, a white shirt, and a dark necktie with a tie pin. The bottom portion of the image is purposefully faded in the popular style of the time. There is a double-lined border printed in gold ink surrounding the outside edges of the card mount.
Handwritten in graphite on the bottom of the print is the text "Col. Ellsworth killed / at Alexandria 1861". There is a mark for E. & H.T. Anthony printed on the back of the photograph.
The photograph is housed in the album 2017.30. The album page has a triple-lined, gold border framing the print. Handwritten in graphite in the lower left corner of the album is the text "Anthony / Brady NY".
Tintype of USCT soldier William Johnson shown in full portrait. Johnson is seated and facing the camera, with his left elbow and hand resting on table covered in an ornate cloth. His right hand is tucked into the buttons of his frock coat and his right leg is crossed over the left at the knee. He wears his uniform kepi, frock coat, and trousers. The tintype is house in its original "Potters Patent" die-cut paper frame with an oval cut out to display the image. An ornate frame is embossed around the cut out.
Handwritten in graphite on the mount below the tintype is the text "William Johnson / Col,d Soldier from Ky." The back of the mount has information about Frenzel's picture gallery and the prices of photographs.
The tintype is housed in the album 2017.30. The album page has a triple-lined, gold border framing the print.