He was sent to Libby Prison for four months, but was paroled and exchanged in May 1863.
He was briefly held prisoner in Libby Prison until his release on April 2, 1865.
The rules of Libby Prison limited men to six lines for their letters to family and friends.
Streight himself was captured and taken to Libby Prison as a prisoner of war.
Libby Prison encompassed an entire city block in Richmond.
There the men were taken to the infamous Libby Prison.
He was captured in Kentucky and spent time in Libby Prison.
Closer to the capital, they stopped in front of the notorious Libby Prison.
Of these, the most famous is "Libby Prison," which Blythe painted in 1863.
During this time he commanded Libby Prison in Richmond as well.