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    Union Generals and Leaders: Six Cartes de Visite. Group of six [6] cartes, including: two examples of Carl Schurz in civilian and military clothes (Brady and Magnolia of Lexington, Kentucky back marks), two cartes of MOH Winner Rufus Saxton (Anthony/Brady back mark and Sam Cooley of Beaufort, South Carolina back mark with affixed clipped signature reading: "R. Saxton Brig. Genl U.S. Mil. Gv."), General James C. Duane of the Corps of Engineers (Gardner back mark) and General Charles Camp Doolittle (New Orleans Photographic Gallery back mark with slight paper loss). Doolittle served in the 4th and 18th Michigan Infantry and was wounded at Gaines' Mills.

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    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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