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    John H. Calef Signed West Point Photo, with Document Signed, circa 1860. The image is in its original mat (9" x 11") and features the future artillery officer and hero at Gettysburg in military academy uniform. Calef graduated 22nd in his class in 1862 at the age of twenty-one. The image bears some foxing and minor stains. Signed below the image: "John H. Calef / Gloucester / Mass." Accompanying the image is a panel from a document (3" x 8") dated April 1888 and signed by Calef as "Captain 2d Artillery."

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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