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    Two Union Cartes de Visite Depicting Huntsville, Alabama, both with Taylor & Seavey Army of Tennessee backmarks. The first shows the Courthouse, before which stand two Yankee soldiers; the second is of a laden ox cart and its driver. Verso pencil inscriptions place these scenes. Included with the Huntsville CDVs is an unidentified Carte de Visite with blank back showing a man wearing a military vest and civilian-style coat with brass uniform buttons. Light stains and some wear to all, good condition. Huntsville, Alabama was occupied by Union forces from late 1863 until the end of the war.

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    June, 2008
    29th-30th Sunday-Monday
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