DescriptionGeorge Noland and Wife: A Cabinet Photo of a Former Quantrill Raider. George and his brother William served under Quantrill, and he appears on an 1863 list of captured horse thieves. He fought in most major engagements, including Lawrence, and attended many Quantrill reunions up to his death in 1925.
George was denied the vote in Jackson immediately after the War, but later served many years with the Kansas City, Missouri police force. This image appears to be unpublished, and we have not located any other 19th century photos of Noland. It is light, but clear with light surface soiling. 4.25" x 6.5".
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