Descriptive View of Harper's Ferry from Maryland Heights
Pickett's Charge at the 1988 Gettysburg reenactment
Federal march down Pennsylvania Avenue, 1990
General Byrd, C.S.A.
U.S. Grant by N.C. Wyeth, 1922, black and white
U.S. Grant by N.C. Wyeth, 1922, color
William T. Sherman by N.C. Wyeth, 1922
1942 letter art by John Severin
Not so serious
You Know You're a Reenactor When...
Civil War doctor
Florida's last Civil War veteran Bill Lundy poses with a jet fighter, 1955
Soldiers water only!
U.S. Grant's head on Saturn Girl's body
Jonah's Image Collection
The Reenactor's Porn (not really porn)
Blue and gray zombie costumes
Wierd Victorian Guy
1958 Avalon Hill Gettysburg billboard
The Lee Rifle Sword
Doom, study and repeat
True Men (Oct 1960)
True Men (1959)
Farb's Liquors (Galveston, TX)
Kid's Civil War Display
Reb Vets Return to School (Facebook ad)
Warning to all skinheads wearing Confederate flag-themed wife-beaters: Beware of Zwanna
An 1862 Stryker unit
The wine you drink after your first reenactment
Civil War Buff Grant
Cool stuff from the 1962 Sears Christmas catalog: Guns, Cannon, Metal soldier casting set, Tents, Uniforms, Playset
The Dukes of Fallujah
Uniform coat of the Sweet Home Alabama Regiment. While Zant might not like Neil Young ("Southern Man don't need him around"), you have to admit that Young is a whole lot less farby.
Flight Deck cartoon (Photoshoppped by a friend)
The Iraq "Civil War"
Neil "the Farb" Young
Gay reb shirt and Reb forage cap
The Gotcha Plaque
R. Lee Ermey and the CW cannon.
Which look scarier?
Marker commemorating... what, exactly?
They Won't Take Hits
Let Us Have Cash!
The PC flag
The Stone Farb
My bagged head
Lee the Farb
The Civil War/Revy War he/she
Betsy Dupont says...
Worse than pigeons
The Three Farbs
Phil Harris: The South Shall Rise Again
It's War Again
Jesus the Rebel
A toy from the Sixties: Marx Civil War play set
A toy from the Sixties: Remco's Johnny Reb cannon
A toy from the Sixties: Transogram's Gray Ghost game
A toy from the Sixties: Custer, Johnny Yuma and Lee action figures
Nick Adams is Johnny "The Rebel" Yuma
Civil War Gays
Virginia is for Lovers and Warriors
Georges Wallace & Gorman & the 2nd NC at 100th Gettysburg
Georges Wallace & Gorman
Draw this Reb!
Gettysburg - Musical Drama of the Civil War
Merry Christmas from the CCG
Stonewall Jackson prefers Coca-Cola
Little farby Danish Civil War guy
Uncle Joe Stalin
Jonah in D.C.
Sometimes living history ain't pretty!
The 14th Brooklyn - a swell regiment!
It's a buzzard! It's an observation balloon! It's CAPTAIN CONFEDERACY!
Elvis: A Confederate Vision
Primary source material for Confederate studies
Why bother with a uniform when you can wear a "wooliform?"
The Goddess of Liberty!
Look, Ma, no head!
What Price Authenticity?
Reenacting Mayhem International Product Catalog
Hang 'Em High! Reb Spade, Private Eye Angry reenactors A Window into the Past! The Camp Chase Gazette Gang "Dirty" Mike Shurig and pard Cartoon: "The Re-Enactor" Is this the view from your tent?
What's the story, Wishbone?
1935 (!) New Yorker Gettysburg cartoon
My Internet pard Chris Besenty has called my attention to one Lt. George Derby, a topographical engineer who served with the US Army in California in the 1850's. A real wit and a kindred spirit. A neat little article by same - writing as Professor John Phoenix - is here. He also wrote under the pen name "Squibob." One of his pieces dealt with improvements to the uniforms of the time, and two images are available. "Proposed alteration to new uniform" and "A Wardrobe." These reportedly got him into trouble with the brass - go figure. Looks like Harry Dierken's "Inventions That Never Made It."
SlideshowsHarry Dierken: The Dr. Frankenstein of Reenacting!
Halbritter's "Arms Through the Ages"
Faces Around Camp!
Surrender at Appomattox! (The Night Gallery)