Unattributed.  “1st Class Battle Ships – 1899.”  [Indiana, Oregon, Massachusetts.]  From The United States Army and Navy.
Unattributed.  “1st Class Battle Ships – 1899.”  [Indiana, Oregon, Massachusetts.]  From The United States Army and Navy.
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Unattributed.  “1st Class Battle Ships – 1899.”  [Indiana, Oregon, Massachusetts.]  From The United States Army and Navy

Akron, Ohio: Werner Company, 1899.  Chromolithograph.  ca. 9 1/4 x 13 1/4. 

A print from a series illustrating the history and the uniforms of the American Army and Navy, from the American Revolution to the Spanish American War.  The prints were issued by the Werner Company of Akron, Ohio, and they were made with vivid chromolithography. 

Other images from The United States Army and Navy:

“Commander in Chief, Staff Officer, Colonel and Private First Continental Rhode Island Infantry – 1782-1796.”

“Commissioned Officers and Private of Cavalry – 1802-1810.”

“General and Staff Officers – 1812.”

“Infantry and General Officers – 1813-1821.”

"Frigate – 1815"

“General Officers – 1835.”

“Cavalry Charge of the 5th Regulars, Gains Mill – 1862.” 

“Colonel and Privates of Infantry Volunteers – 1864.”

“Generals – 1864.”

“Horse Artillery – 1865.”

“Cavalry Pursuing Indians – 1876.”

“Naval Battle of Santiago-July 3rd, 1898.” 

“General Toral's Surrender of Santiago to General Shafter – July 13th 1898.”

“U. S. Navy 1899”  [Second Class Battleship, Texas; First Class Battle Ship, Iowa; Torpedo Boat, Porter.]

“1st Class Cruisers – 1899.”  [New York & Brooklyn]

“Artillery Field Equipment – 1899.”

“Cavalry Field Equipment – 1899.”

"Infantry Field Equipment – 1899.”