Photographs

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Photograph presumed to be the Isaac Davis Post G.A.R. in front of the Memorial Library, date unknown Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R. in front of the Acton Memorial Library, date unknown. (Image courtesy Brewster Conant).
Thumb Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R. reunion pictured in front of First Parish Church, Stow, October 18, 1900   (AML.77.11.4)
Thumb Fifteen members of Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R. in front of the Telephone Office Building, West Acton, on May 30, 1924 (AML.24.1.1)
Thumb Aaron Jones Fletcher (AML.1990.1.8.)
Aaron Jones Fletcher, AML 2009.2.1 Aaron Jones Fletcher studio portrait. Photograph 6 3/4 " wide x 10" high.   (AML 2009.2.1)
Thumb Otto Geers (AML.77.11.1)
Thumb Captain Aaron Chaffin Handley (AML.66.4.1)
Thumb Captain Daniel Tuttle (AML.43.1.1)
John N. Hayes portrait Sergeant John N. Haynes (AML.1990.1.17)
Portrait of John B. Cram John B. Cram (AML.1990.1.1.17)
Thumb Captain Daniel Tuttle (on right) and his orderly Luke Smith in front of the Isaac Davis Monument, Acton, Mass. (AML.73.6.1)
Daniel Tuttle and his family Daniel Tuttle and his family, circa 1895. Courtesy Acton Historical Society.
Aaron Jones Fletcher and four other veterans Five Civil War veterans standing in front of stairs to a large stone building. Aaron Jones Fletcher is the first man on the left. Photograph 9 3/8" wide x 7 3/8" high (AML.2009.2.3)
Civil War veterans at Gettysburg, AML.2009.2.2 Civil War veterans at Gettysburg, Pa. Aaron Jones Fletcher is the fourth man from the right, wearing a straw hat and carrying an umbrella. Photograph 9 3/4" wide x 8 1/8" high.  (AML.2009.2.2)
Thumb Soldiers Home, Chelsea, Massachusetts (postcard, AML.2008.3.4)
Departure of Davis Guards for Lowell, painting by A.F. Davis Departure of the Davis Guards for Lowell, 1861, by Arthur Fuller Davis (painting, AML.1895.3.1.)
Library interior 1890 Interior of the Acton Memorial Library, 1890 (AML.67.5.2c)
Library interior, 1890 Interior of the Acton Memorial Library, 1890 (AML.67.5.2b)