CDV OF T.J. WHITE, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS

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Full-standing studio view wearing military vest, short jacket, trousers, and a belt with two-piece "tongue and wreath" buckle. His kepi on table next to him shows crossed cannon insignia with "W" and "A" of either side. Image is clear with very good contrast. Corners of mount have been slightly trimmed. Photographer's backmark, Anderson & Turner, New Orleans. Pencil notes on back.

T.J. White enlisted on July 1, 1862 as a Private in the 5th Company of the Washington Artillery of New Orleans. He was wounded at Dallas, GA on May 27, 1864 and at Golgotha Church on June 15, 1864. He was promoted to Corporal very late in the war at Spanish Fort. Surrendered to General Canby on May 4, 1865.

From the collection of the late William Turner.   [jet] [ph:L]

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