FRAMED 1907 PHOTO OF MEMBERS OF THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY WITH THEIR COMMANDING OFFICER’S DAUGHTERS

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Image shows 24 members of Company K, 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry posing with the daughters of their commanding officer Colonel and later Brigadier General William Jackson Palmer.

The men are arranged in two rows with the back standing and the front seated. The Miss Palmer are seated at center. All the men wear dark civilian suits with GAR or regimental ribbons and badges. The two ladies are dressed all in white with the family dog laying at their feet.

The matt below the image bears the title “GLEN EYRIE, AUGUST 21, 1907 / RE-UNION 15TH PA. CAVALRY / WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF GENERAL PALMER.” Above the photo title is “COMPANY K” and then there is a listing of the names of all 26 people in the photo.

Image is clear with good contrast. Mount has some staining and discoloration from age but the image itself is untouched. Wood frame is the original and shows light edge wear with scattered chipping. Frame measures 19 ½” x 17 ½”.

Photograph was taken at General Palmer’s Colorado estate Glen Eyrie however the General does not appear in the photo. The General’s estate is still in existence today and is owned by a church organization called The Navigators and is open for tours, teas etc...

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