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    Civil War Union Cartes-de-visite: Identified Soldiers. Vignette image of John G. Butler, a full Colonel who served with the New York 147th Infantry. Anson of New York back mark, rounded corners at top, trimmed at bottom. Pencil signature on verso may be Butler's. 2) Seated studio portrait of Henry Draper of Waterloo, New York who served in Company I, New York 126th Infantry. Private Draper was wounded at Bristoe Station and taken prisoner at Harper's Ferry on September 15, 1862. Trimmed with added borders from another CDV, light fade. 3) Seated portrait of officer, signed below "Lt. T. E. G. Pawling Co E/ 24th Reg NYS". TenEyck G. Pawling was killed at Groveton, Virginia on August 8, 1862.

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    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
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