CABINET CARD OF UNIDENTIFIED INDIAN WAR-ERA OFFICER, CALIFORNIA BACKMARK

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Chest-up view of Indian War-era officer in dress uniform. He wears a double-breasted frock with dress shoulder knots. This style with knotted cord and large "pillow" ends is typical of post-Civil War construction. Oak leaves denote rank of Major or Lt. Colonel. Clear image with good contrast. Photographer's backmark; Bradley Rulotson, San Francisco.

This is a much later image of a man seen in a group photo of Col. Crooke and staff of the 14th Brooklyn. See item 1139-435.

This photo was part of the Ray Richie collection. [jet] [ph:L]

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