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    1/6th Plate Tintype of an Identified 79th Pennsylvania Soldier Killed at Murfreesboro. A slightly dark but clear hand-tinted image of a standing Union soldier with his musket identified as Corporal William K. Patton of the Pennsylvania 79th Volunteer Infantry. Patton enlisted on September 5, 1861 as a corporal and mustered into company "H" of Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He died as a result of wounds sustained at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on January 13, 1863. The image is in the lower half of a leather case with original gilt mat and frame. Very good condition.

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    June, 2007
    24th-25th Sunday-Monday
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