CDV OF 20TH OHIO LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOHN W. CRUIKSHANK

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Vignette bust view of John W. Cruikshank in a dark civilian suit with white shirt, dark bowtie and a light checkered vest.

Contrast and clarity are excellent and the paper and mount are clean.

Reverse has photographer’s imprint for SMITH & HARTER…TROY, OHIO

John W. Cruikshank was born in Pennsylvania in 1831 and later moved to Troy, Ohio.

On April 27, 1861 he was commissioned captain of Company H, 20th Ohio Infantry and just under a month later on May 23, 1861 he was promoted to lieutenant colonel however he was mustered out at Columbus, Ohio on August 18, 1861.

Cruikshank died in Troy, Ohio in 1880.

ID is confirmed by a similar ink signed image we are offering as item #766-1114.  [AD]

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