THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF 127TH NEW YORK CAPTAIN WILLIAM HOWLAND

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CDV shows Howland posed with his hands resting on the hilt of his Model 1850 foot officer’s sword which he has drawn in front of him. He wears a forage cap with an infantry hunting horn on the front of the crown. At center of the horn is the number “127.” He also wears a dark single-breasted frock coat with shoulder straps. At his waist is his sash, sword belt with attached scabbard and a holstered pistol with white grip.

Contrast and clarity are excellent. Mount has clipped corners and the paper has light surface dirt. Left edge is trimmed.

Reverse has a photographer’s imprint for CHARLES D. FREDRICKS & CO… NEW YORK. Bottom has a faint period ink inscription of “TRULY YOURS WM. HOWLAND, CO. A MONITORS.” There is also some collector information in pencil with minor dirt and wear scattered over the surface of the reverse.

Howland was 40 years old when he was commissioned captain of Company 127th New York Infantry on September 10, 1862 he was discharged for disability 3 months later on December 3, 1862.   [ad][ph:L]

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