FULL STANDING CDV OF ID’D 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY SOLDIER

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Item Code: 516-15

Image shows Henry Webert standing in the classic Napoleonic pose with one hand in his coat. He wears a dark shell jacket with trousers that have been hand tinted a sky-blue color. Image is very clear with great contrast. It is mostly clean with some light surface dirt along the edges.

Corners are slightly clipped. Bottom edge has a period pencil inscription that reads “HENRY WIBBERT.”

Reverse has collector’s information in pencil and a photographer’s back mark that reads EWING & PAINTER HARRISBURG, PA.

Henry Webert enlisted as a Private in Company M, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry on October 21, 1864. Nothing is known about his service other than that he was absent at the dismount camp when his Company was mustered out on August 8, 1865, he received his discharge there.  [ad]

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