CDV OF UNIDENTIFIED FEDERAL ARTILLERY SOLDIER

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Item Code: 1139-338

Full-standing view of soldier in uniform. He wears a military shell jacket and a forage cap. There is a “crossed cannons” and an “I” on his hat and brass slides and turn buckles (used to affix shoulder scales) on his shoulders. He wears a saber belt with the mounted artillery saber at his side. Image is clear with very good detail. The mount has some stains around the edges. Photographer’s backmark, Cross & Frank, Fort Whipple, Va. Modern pencil notations on back.

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

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