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    Union Brigadier General William B. Tibbetts: Fantastic Matthew Brady Carte de Visite. Approximately 2.5" x 4", with a Brady's National Photographic Galleries studio mark on the verso. A fabulous image featuring General Tibbetts standing with sword, wearing his cavalry shell jacket, distinctive hat, and boots. At the outbreak of the war William B. Tibbetts (1837-1880) raised a company of the Second Regiment of New York Volunteers, later recruiting the Griswold Cavalry and becoming its colonel. He participated in many battles during the war and was brevetted Brigadier General in 1864. A handsome image in choice condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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