I recently obtained a copy of a photograph of a painting of Alpheus Baker that was sent to one of his descendents about 20 years ago by someone who was researching Alpheus Baker's service in Pensacola in 1861 with the First Alabama. This would have been painted in 1864 after he was promoted to Brigadier General. As there are no confirmed photographs of Baker in uniform, this painting is unique. No one in the family is aware of the location of the painting and I am not aware of an article on Alpheus' Pensacola service having been published in the late 1980's. If any history buffs have seen the painting or would have any ideas as to where to search, I would appreciate your assistance. I have tried both Montgomery and Eufaula without success.
Thanks to Jim Martin for uploading the picture.