Custom Photography of Historical Sites and Events

Welcome to The Missing Link in history. This site is presented as a public service by TML Business Services. This site contains images of many historic Revolutionary War and Civil War battlefields, World War II military ships and historical sites from throughout the Northeastern United States. In addition to these images, you will also find images of some of the more picturesque and sometimes historical sites from throughout our Country.

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Since 2003 I have been visiting and taking photographs of historical and scenic sites throughout the United States. These photographs are presented in an easy to use form. Simply click on a thumbnail to see a larger image appear in the viewer. The most recent addition to this site are images from Virginia's rich history. You will find images from Appattomatox Courthouse, where the surrender documents were signed ending the Civil War. There is also images from the battlefield at Yorktown, which was the last great battle of the Revolutionary war.

This site is designed to give educators and those interested in our history a photographic resource to enhance lessons and study of this country's rich heritage. Presented in unique photo galleries depicting historic battles and locations, this site will provide you with an insight into the past and present. If you would like to have copies of the digital images in their original form (no water mark), they may be included in my new store, TML Images. If you don't see them there, please contact me using my contact page.

If you are a member of a re-enactment group, please contact me about putting a notice about your event on this site. I am also available to travel to your event as a photographer. I have had some of my photographs published in books and magazines. My photograph of the Clark House located next to the Princeton Battlefield, was recently published in the book, "Bombardier John Harris" by William W. Betts, Jr.

Enjoy this site and come back often.