CDV OF IDENTIFIED FEDERAL SOLDIER, 10TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY - WILLIAM BAKER

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Seated studio view of soldier in uniform. He wears a military frock and a forage cap. There is a “H” on his hat and brass slides and turn buckles (used to affix shoulder scales) on his shoulders. Image is clean with very good detail. The mount has been trimmed. Photographer’s backmark, Wolff’s Gallery, Alexandria, VA. Period pencil identification on back which is partially trimmed.

William Baker was 19 years old when he enlisted on February 15, 1864 at Brownville, NY into Company H, 10th New York Heavy Artillery. He was discharged May 29, 1865 at Saterlee General Hospital in Philadelphia.

This image has come from the Ray Richey collection of images. [jet]  [ph:L]

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