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    Six Cartes de Visite of Civil War Officers and Men, Four Identified to Illinois Regiments. Including: (1) Major Melanthon Smith, Field & Staff 45th Illinois Infantry, died of wounds (date and place not stated), George E. Barnes, Rockford, Illinois studio imprint on the verso. top corners rounded; bottom corners clipped, very good. (2) Private Samuel H. Hilt, Company G, 45th Illinois Infantry, signed on the verso, L. H. Phillips, Elizabeth, Illinois studio imprint on the verso, modest damage to mount, else very good. (3) Private Erhart Dittmar, Company B, 45th Illinois Infantry, signed on the verso and with a three-cent George Washington revenue stamp on the verso, very good. (4) Charles Strong, regiment unknown, posed standing in uniform, no studio imprint, very good. (5) Unknown officer posed standing in uniform, D. C. Pratt, Aurora, Illinois studio imprint on the verso, corners rounded else very good. (6) Unknown officer seated in uniform, D. C. Pratt, Aurora, Illinois studio imprint on the verso. Corners rounded, else excellent condition.

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    December, 2014
    13th Saturday
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