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    General J.F. Knipe Signed Carte de Visite. Signed: "Yours Truly J F Knipe Brig Gen Comdg. 1st Brig". Union officer, who served in the Army of the Potomac and the Cumberland. After the fall of Atlanta he became chief of cavalry of the Army of Tennessee. He received four wounds in different battles, and lived out his life in civil service and leisure. A very fine photograph of the general; a bust shot, featuring him in his Union blues, and a long cultivated beard. Signed on the verso. Bears an A.R. Henwood imprint. In fine condition; light overall toning on both sides; emulsion slightly yellowed; pencil notations on verso; trimmed corners; no border.

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