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    Civil War Union Cartes-de-visite: Identified Soldiers. Standing studio portrait of Union soldier identified as "Thomas Sherwin Jr./ Adjt. 22nd Mass. Regt." Sherwin was wounded at Gaines' Mill, Virginia on June 27, 1862 and was made Brigadier General by brevet on March 13, 1865. R. W. Addis of Washington, D.C. back mark, slight fade, else very clean. 2) Tinted vignette bust of soldier signed below "Very truly Yours/ Lieut. L. E. Crone." Louis Ernst Crone was wounded at Gaines' Mill and had his left arm amputated as a consequence. He served in Company E, Massachusetts 22nd Infantry. J. W. Black of Boston back mark. 3) Clean vignette image of Walter Scott Davis who served in Company E, Massachusetts 22nd Infantry. He was wounded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 1864. J. W. Black of Boston back mark.

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    12th Sunday
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