CDV OF ALEXANDER H. CONNER, 132nd & 148th INDIANA INFANTRY

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CDV is a waist-up sitting view of Alexander H. Conner. He is wearing a dark colored frock coat with shoulder boards, dark colored vest with a pocket watch fob present, and dark colored trousers. Bottom of mount is marked with this handwritten inscription in period ink, “LIEUT. ALEXANDER CONNER”.

The reverse has a photographer’s imprint which reads, “J.R. LAUGHLIN’S PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS, N.W. CORNER OF TWELTH AND MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA.”. There is also a handwritten inscription in period ink that reads, “FOR MRS. JANE STEWART”.

Image is clear and the contrast is good. Surface has some light dirt from age. Image has yellowed with time.

Alexander H. Conner was a resident of Indianapolis, IN. He enlisted on May 18, 1864 as a 1st Lieutenant and was mustered into Co. “B”, 132nd Indiana Infantry. On August 1, 1864 he mustered out, and was commissioned into the 148th Indiana Infantry as a Captain.  [sh]

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