FULL STANDING VIEW OF A UNION INFANTRYMAN – BALTIMORE PHOTOGRAPHER

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Item Code: P14114

Soldier is posed by a cloth covered table and stands in front of a balustrade. He rests one hand on his hip and the other on the table next to his forage cap. He wears a dark frock coat, light trousers, waist belt with oval U.S. plate, cap box, bayonet and scabbard and cartridge box with sling and sling plate.

Image has excellent clarity and contrast. Mount and paper have light to moderate surface dirt from age and storage. Mount corners are clipped. Top center of paper has a small chip.

Reverse has photographer’s imprint for J. H. YOUNG of Baltimore.  [ad]

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PRESENTATION STAFF AND FIELD SWORD TO JOHN C. MERRIAM 53rd NEW YORK, D’EPINEUIL ZOUAVES, LATER CHIEF ENGINEER DEPT. OF NORTH CAROLINA

John Clark Merriam, born in Lexington, Mass., in 1829 was educated in France, graduating as a mechanical engineer from the College Bourbon in 1847. It made sense, then, that in August 1861 he joined the 53rd New York, the “D’Epineuil Zouaves”… (1117-85). Learn More »

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