Civil War Clothing Photos
It’s a normal sight around Gettysburg. I love to see the tour guides in Victorian costumes.
Some people put a lot of time and research into getting the Civil War costumes and Victorian clothing details just right.
Please share a photo of yourself or a friend in a favorite outfit. Tell us about how it was made or where you bought it, and describe some of the special occasions when you wore it.
I hope that this page will be a fun place to share ideas and provide a valuable resource for costume research the next time you are shopping to expand your wardrobe!
Have a Picture in Costume to Share?
Do you have a photo in Civil War clothing? Tell us about where the outfit is from and describe when you wore it.
What Other Visitors Are Wearing
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1864 Event at the Bingham Waggoner Estate
I made this dress for a good friend of mine. It was a challenge, but a very rewarding challenge. It is based on an 1864 plate from Frank Leslie's Magazine. …
Civil War Civilians
This photo of members of the Pipe Creek Civil War Round Table was taken at the Finksburg branch of the Carroll County Public Library on April 24, 2010. …
Field Hospital Display
This photo of members of the Pipe Creek Civil War Round Table was taken at the Carroll County Public Library's Finksburg branch on April 24, 2010. This …
Carol Burnett's Gone with the Wind Curtain Dress
Here's a photo of the famous Gone with the Wind spoof that appeared on The Carol Burnett Show. It was called "Went with the Wind" and when she appeared …
Our 150 Anniversary Photo
We had our phto taken in Civil War Era dress during the Anniversary week. The staff at Thompson's Photography & Old Time Photos were Great.
Union Army at Fort McHenry Not rated yet
In March 2012, my family and I went to Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland. We didn't know it was a Civil War reenactment weekend!The United States …
Confederate Infantry Not rated yet
Photo of a rifle demonstration at Bull Run Park.There are more at www.civilwar150photos.org and www.oakhillstudio.org
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