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    Union General John Irwin Gregg Document Signed and Carte de Visite. The document is a "Special Requisition" for the "2d Division, Cav. Corps" and is dated September 6, 1863. Gregg signs "J. Irwin Gregg" to this requisition for various pieces of horse equipment needed by the division just weeks after the division participated in the Battle of Gettysburg. Minor stains and smoothed folds. The lower one-third of the document has detached at the fold. The CDV features a head-and-shoulders portrait of the Union general in uniform. The printed imprint of photographer R. W. Addis appears on the reverse, as do penciled notations. Only modest soiling.

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