CDV OF ROBERT W. FRAZER, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS - MORTALLY WOUNDED AT JONESBORO

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Carte de vista of Frazer. Full-standing studio view wearing vest, short jacket, trousers, and holding kepi in hand. Image is clear with good contrast. Red tint details on the vest, jacket, and trousers. Corners of mount have been slightly trimmed. Photographer's backmark, Anderson & Turner, New Orleans.

Robert W. Frazer enlisted on March 6, 1862 as a Corporal in the 5th Company of the Washington Artillery of New Orleans. Promoted to Sergeant on June 4, 1862. Wounded at Resaca on May 13, 1863. Mortally wounded on August 31, 1864 at Jonesboro and died the next day (Sept. 1).

Frazer is buried in The Lexington Cemetery in Lexington, KY.

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

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