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    Civil War Cartes de Visite Album With 15 Identified Union Soldiers From Connecticut Regiments.
    Small embossed leather album with brass closures measuring 4 ¾ x 6-inches containing 35 CDVs, of which 15 are identified Union soldiers, 12 of whom are wearing uniforms. The men include Charles D. Barnes of the 15th CT, wounded in action and made a POW at Kinston, North Carolina; Col. Samuel Ross, 20th CT, wounded in action at Chancellorsville; James Camp of the 15th CT, made a POW at Kinston, North Carolina; and five other images of soldiers taken prisoner at Kinston. The remainder of the album is comprised of images of women and civilians from the period.

    Condition: Very good. The images are for the most part sharp and bright. The album is shelf worn along the edges.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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