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    Civil War Union Cartes-de-visite: Identified Soldiers. Bold seated portrait of 1st Lieutenant John H. Woodfin who served in Company E, Massachusetts 16th Infantry. Trimmed at top and bottom, no back mark. Shoulder boards tinted gold. He was killed at the Wilderness on May 6, 1864. 2) Bold civilian standing image of Nathaniel Wales. He served in Company G, Massachusetts 24th Infantry. He was wounded at Antietam, captured at White Sulphur Springs before being exchanged. He was promoted to Colonel by brevet on May 13, 1865. Silsbee, Case & Company back mark. 3) Fine standing portrait of Union soldier identified as 1st Lieutenant Frederick Grant of Salem, Massachusetts. He served in Company F, Massachusetts 35th Infantry and was wounded at Antietam. J. W. Moulton of Salem back mark.

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    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
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