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Sketches. H.C. Raebel. 2 ships rolling in heavy seas. n.d.
Heidelberg Castle. December 1865.
Pequot House. New London, Connecticut. August 1865.
Thames River. New London, Connecticut. n.d.
[No caption] Sailors in a ship's rigging. n.d.
[No caption] Sailors manning a ship's cannon. January 8, 1866.
Pao de Azucar. Rio de Janeiro. n.d.
Cobras Island. Rio de Janeiro. January 15, 1866(?).
Embrassons-nous encore! Botafoga Bay - Rio. n.d.
Characteristic scene in the streets of Rio. n.d.
Misericordia Hospital. Rio de Janeiro: n.d.
Anhatonurim Island. St. Catherine, Brazil. n.d.
Santos - Brazil. n.d.
The Haunted House at Santos. n.d.
Nictherohy. February 4, 1866. St. Sebastian.
Montevideo, Uruguay. S.A. March 14, 1866 .
Rio Tigri Buenos Ayres. n.d.
Rio Tigri Buenos Ayres. April 18, 1866.
[No caption] Rio Tigri, Buenos Aires. n.d.
Martin Garcia' Island. [Uruguay] April 19, 1866.
(Higueritas) Gaucho's domicile. Nueva Palmyra April 22, 1866.
Saladera Fray Bentos. Uruguay. April 26, 1866. Liebig's Extract of Meat.
[No caption] U.S. ship tied up at dock.
Carpincha hunting. May 2, 1866. Arroya Negro. Uruguay.
Colonia. Uruguay. n.d.
Rio de Janeiro. June 28, 1866.
[No caption] Sailors in rowing boat. n.d.
Ashes to ashes! Dust to dust! October 1, 1866. Isla Grande. Brazil.
Rio de Janeiro October 8, 1866. Don Pedro I. Signed: H.C. Raebel, U.S.N. 1866.
Gloria Hill. Rio de Janeiro. February 25, 1866.
Convent Island. Rio. Boa Viage. n.d.
Light House on the Breakwater in Pernambuco, Brazil. n.d.
Shipping a sea on board U.S.S. Nipsic. n.d.
Patagonas - North side of Rio Negro. n.d.
South side of Rio Negro - Patagonia. n.d.
Mont Cerro - Montevideo. n.d.
Road leading to the [?], July 10, 1868. Union [?] Road.
The cascatina in Petropolis, Brazil. July 10, 1868.
Scene from the Grand Cascatina. July 12, 1868. Also an unfinished sketch of the same area.
[No caption] Armored warship in bay. n.d.
[No caption] View of bay and mountains from the sea. n.d.
[No caption] View of bay from the sea with fortress on hill in background. Signed: H.C. Raebel.
[Burial at] sea. 1869. Signed: H.C.R..
[No caption] Sailing ship with moon. n.d.
Carte-de-visite portrait of Hermann Raebel in naval uniform.
Carte-de-visite photographs (2) of Raebel and two fellow naval officers.
Carte-de-visite photograph of an unidentified warship.
Letter from Raebel, at the U.S. Naval Academy in Newport, to his sister. n.d.
Notebook into which Gustav Raebel copied his son Hermann's letters about his naval training and trips to South America.
Translation of Hermann's letters to his father by family members in the 1950s.
Scope and Content Note
Raebel's obituary from a Cleveland, Ohio German-American newspaper.
2 copies of Raebel's family tree.
Raebel's commission from President Andrew Johnson to be an ensign in the U.S. Navy. December 20, 1866.