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    Union Colonel, Later Brevet Brigadier General William Stowell Tilton, Regimental Commander at the Battle of Gettysburg, Signed Carte de Visite. A bust portrait of the general in profile, in uniform. Brightly signed at the lower edge of the image "Wm S. Tilton / Col 22 Mass Vols." Black & Case, Boston studio imprint on the verso. A bit of fading and toning to the image, otherwise in very good condition. Col. Tilton was wounded and captured at the Battle of Gaines Mills in 1862. He was later exchanged and served with distinction in many battles including Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, the Overland Campaign and the Siege of Petersburg.

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    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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