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    Two Civil War Cartes de Visite of Identified Soldiers From Illinois Regiments. Including: (1) Colonel Fazillo A. Harrington, Field and Staff Illinois 27th Infantry. Died of wounds received at Stones River, Tennessee. No studio imprint. Incorrect identification in ink on the verso; corners slightly clipped, else very good condition. (2) Sergeant Endress M. Conklin, Company F, Illinois 77th Infantry, signed beneath the image "Yours truly E. M. Conklin" and with a presentation inscription, in pencil on the verso: "Presented to Sgt. Levi Kolp Co. A 94th O.V.I. who was captured Dec. 1st 1862 near Lexington, Ky". No studio imprint. Very good.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    13th Saturday
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