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    Union Navy Lieutenant Commander William Barker Cushing Who Destroyed the Confederate Ironclad CSS Albemarle, Carte de Visite and Stereoview Card. (1) CDV of Cushing, seated in uniform, approximately 2.5" x 4" with an E. & H. T. Anthony, New York studio imprint on the verso. Light toning to mount, else a bright, clear image in very good condition. (2) Stereoview "Lieut. Commander W. B. Cushing, who blew up the Rebel ram "Albemarle". 7" x 4", no. 1864 in the Photographic History/War for the Union series published by Taylor and Huntington, Hartford. Wear to the mount, especially along the edges, otherwise a bright, clear image in very good condition.

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    December, 2014
    12th Friday
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