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Pattie-Hardin-Rodgers Family Collection, ca. 1860-1900

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Pattie-Hardin-Rodgers Family Collection


ca. 1860-1900


The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA

Conditions Governing Access note

Open to researchers.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Pattie-Hardin-Rodgers Family Collection, ca. 1860-1900, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.


67 items

Scope and Content

Carte de visite photographs and tintypes, many unidentified, of members of the Pattie, Hardin, and Rodgers families of Frankfort, Ky. William H. Hardin was a photographer in Frankfort. Of interest is a photograph of Coleman Pattie taken at Camp Douglas, Ill., while he was a prisoner during the Civil War. Pattie served in Co. A, 8th Kentucky Cavalry, CSA. Jack Pattie, Coleman Pattie's brother, was also in the Confederate Army, serving in the 5th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry. Identified persons also include Louise Pattie, Lucy Pattie, Amanda Hardin, Susan E. Rodgers, Doctor A. B. Jones, E. Church Tinsley, John H. Tinsley, and other family members


  • Camp Douglas (Ill.)-- Pictorial works.
  • Confederate States of America.-- Army.-- Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, 8th.
  • Harding family-- Pictorial works.
  • Pattie family-- Pictorial works.
  • Rogers family-- Pictorial works.
  • United States-- History-- Civil War, 1861-1865-- Prisoners and prisons-- Pictorial works.

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