FULL STANDING CDV OF 90TH PENNSYLVANIA COMMISSARY SERGEANT

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Item Code: 224-462

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Image shows William H. Crouse wearing a dark 9- button shell jacket devoid of any piping with Commissary Sergeant Stripes on each sleeve and a buttoned belt loop on the left side. He also wears light trousers. At his waist is a belt fastened by a rectangular Pattern 1851 enlisted man’s plate. Attached to the belt is a pistol in its holster on his right side and a sword hook and drops on the left. Crouse is posed leaning against a balustrade on which his forage cap rests.

Image has good clarity and contrast with some light surface dirt scattered throughout. Mount has been trimmed and upper corners rounded.

Reverse has collector information at bottom in pencil and a photographer’s mark for I. R. BISHOP… PHILADELPHIA.

Image is identified by an identical online image.

William H. Crouse enlisted as a Private in Company C, 90th Pennsylvania Infantry on September 17, 1861. Online records do not show his date or method of discharge but he was present with the 90th at Gettysburg as his name and rank as Commissary Sergeant appears on the Pennsylvania Monument at Gettysburg. His pension card shows that he served as a Commissary Sergeant in 1865 with the 213th Pennsylvania and was finally discharged on November 18, 1865. [ad]

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