INK SIGNED BUST VIEW OF 115TH NEW YORK SERGEANT WHO RECEIVED A COMMISSION - CHARLES L. CLARK

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Item Code: 1094-176

CDV view of Charles L. Clark in a dark single-breasted frockcoat with shoulder straps.

Image has excellent clarity and contrast. Paper is good but the mount has a small ding at top left. Bottom center of paper and mount is signed in period ink “YOURS TRULY LT. C. L. CLARK.”

Reverse has no photographer’s imprint and is blank.

Charles L. Clark was born in Ballston Spa, New York. He was 34 years old when he enlisted as a sergeant in Company E, 115th New York on August 11, 1862. Clark was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant on November 17, 1864 and promoted 1st lieutenant on April 29, 1865. Clark was mustered out at Raleigh, North Carolina on June 17, 1865.

115th New York was organized in August of 1862. During its service the regiment jumped around a lot serving in the Middle Department with the 8th Corps, the Department of Virginia with the 7th Corps, the Department of the South and the Army of the James in the 10th Corps, the 18th and again the 10th Corps and 24th Corps of the Army of the James, in Terry’s Provisional Corps of the Department of North Carolina and finished with that Department’s 10th Corps.

The regiment saw action at Harper’s Ferry, Fredericksburg, Olustee, Chester’s Station, Drewry’s Bluff, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Deep Bottom, Chaffin’s Farm and Fort Fisher. During its service the regiment lost 7 officers and 316 men killed and died of wounds and disease.  [ad]

 

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