CDV OF A WILLIAM L. CLARK, 13TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

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CDV is a full seated view of William L. Clark from the 13th MA Infantry. He is wearing a dark colored officer’s overcoat with cape, and dark colored trousers. Resting on his knee is his forage cap, with the hunting horn infantry insignia showing.

The reverse has a photographer’s imprint which reads, “L.H. HALE, PHOTOGRAPHER 293 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON”.

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

William L. Clark was a resident of Dorchester, MA where he worked as a merchant. He enlisted at the age of 34 on July 16, 1861, as a Captain and was commissioned into Co. “H”, 13th MA Infantry. He resigned on July 24, 1862. Clark died on 4/18/86 in San Diego County, CA and is buried there in Mount Hope Cemetery.

ID confirmed with photo found online.     [sm/ld]

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