On Monday, September 26, 1881 there was a funeral parade honoring President Garfield held here in New Orleans. The Grand Marshall was Maj. Gen. W. J. Behan. Among the units were: The First Division Brig. Gen. John Glynn, commanding;the Second Brigade Brig. Gen. Adolph Meyer, commanding; the German Battalion Maj. Benjamin Armbruster, commanding; Tiro Al Bersaglio officered by Capt. John Astredo;the Washington Artillery Lt. Col. John B. Richardson, commanding; the Crescent Regt. Col. R.B. Pleasants commanding; the First Brigade, Col. A.J. Bachemin, commanding; the First Infantry, Col. George H. Lord commanding; the Irish Rifles commanded by Lt. Garvey; the Mitchell Rifles commanded by Lt. H.F. Brennan; the La. Field Artillery commanded by Col. Gustave LeGardeur, Jr.; the Orleans Artillery commanded by Col. P. O. Peyroux; the German Guards commanded by Capt. Geo. Muller; the Franc Tireurs D'Orleans commanded by Capt. Alexis Dumestre; the Cazadore de Orleans commanded by Capt. Jose Llado; the Gardes Lafayette commanded by Capt G. Bone.
I am seeking a source for drawings, engravings, photos, color or not of the typical uniforms of these units. If you could provide me with a source or sources, it would be most appreciated.
The source for the above information is from a book: "A History of the Proceedings in the City of New Orleans on the Occasion of the Funeral Ceremonies in Honor of James Abram Garfield, Late President of the U. S."A.W. Hyatt, Stationer and Printer, New Orleans: 1881. I was able to read the book at the Historic N. O. Collection.