FULL STANDING VIEW OF US SIGNAL SERVICE SOLDIER IDENTIFIED AS “WHITE” – BY BRADY

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Item Code: 160-480

CDV is of a young clean shaven Union soldier posed a-la-Napoleon with one hand resting on a low table. He wears a dark forage cap, matching dark shell jacket and light-colored trousers.

Contrast and clarity are good. Mount and paper show light surface dirt. Mount corners are clipped. Bottom front of the mount is marked BRADY NEW YORK. There is also a faint period ink inscription of “US SIGNAL SERVICE” over “J--- WHITE.”

A quick search of the Signal Service roster did show several men named White but without being sure of the first name it is difficult to make a match.    [ad][ph:L]

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