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1895

Hearn, C. W. (Chas. W.)

Three quarter-length studio portrait of Martha E. Dickinson

Old Orchard (Me.) - Image of Mattie Otis, wife of Walter M. Dickinson, in high style with fur collar.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1888

Scholten, J. A. (John A.), 1829-1886

Three quarter-length studio portrait of Martha E. Dickinson

St. Louis (Mo.) - Image of Mattie Otis, wife of Walter M. Dickinson.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1890

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

Marquis F. Dickinson

Amherst (Mass.) - Studio portrait of Mark Dickinson, older brother of Walter M. Dickinson, vignetted.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1885

Palmquist & Jurgens

Full-length studio portrait of Martha E. Otis (Mattie O. Dickinson)

St. Paul (Minn.) - Image of Mattie Otis, wife of Walter M. Dickinson, in elegant silk dress.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1880

Pach, G. W.

Three quarter-length studio portrait of Walter M. Dickinson in West Point cadet's uniform

New York (N.Y.) - Image of Dickinson in cadet's uniform, possibly at or shortly after time of graduation from West Point in 1880.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898

Santiago, Cuba: scene of Walter M. Dickinson's death, draped with a U.S. flag

El Caney (Cuba) - View of the landscape from near the site of Walter M. Dickinson's death. Dickinson was the first man associated with Massachusetts Agricultural College to die in combat.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1885

Asa's old farm home in Amherst, Mass., before any improvements

Amherst (Mass.) - Colonial-era saltbox farmhouse amid massive trees; Asa may be Walter Dickinson's brother, Asa Williams Dickinson (1853-1899).

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1895

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

Studio portrait, bust, of Walter M. Dickinson in army uniform

Amherst (Mass.) - Image of Dickinson in uniform, probably at time when he was acting as military instructor at Massachusetts Agricultural College (1891-1896). On verso: "1st Lieut. Walter M. Dickinson, shot at El Caney Cuba July 1/98, died of his wounds July 3 /98."

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers

1898

Santiago, Cuba: scene of Walter M. Dickinson's death

El Caney (Cuba) - View of the landscape from near the site of Walter M. Dickinson's death. Dickinson was the first man associated with Massachusetts Agricultural College to die in combat.

Walter Mason Dickinson Papers