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    Civil War Union Soldier Prentice Holmes: Assorted Ephemera. Group of items related to Prentice Holmes who served in Company A, New York 86th Infantry from November 12, 1861 to December 21, 1863, rising to the rank of 1st Lieutenant. The group includes a Brady CDV of Homes in dress uniform, a post-war CDV of his wife, an 1893 boudoir card of female graduates of the Carroll Public High School which includes two of his daughters, a corresponding commencement program for the graduation, along with two small post-war photos of Holmes and his wife, in later years. The family lived in Clinton, Iowa. Holmes died in 1905.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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