Autographed CDV of Brevet Brigadier General William Henry Lawrence of Mass.  
Served in the 1st Mass from 5/61-11/62 as Adjutant then was made an ADC
serving on the staffs of many Generals including Hooker at Lookout Mtn (in the
famous of Photo of Hooker and staff on Lookout Mtn.) Signed on the front with a
backmark of Winder Cinncinnatti Oh.  Sharp view.
CDV of Colonel and BBG Charles McClure of the Army of the Potomac who was
one of the Chief Commisary's of the AOP.  From Kimball's personal collection.  
One of the Chief Staff officers of the AOP. (10/13)
Scarce Autographed CDV of Colonel and later BBG, George Sharpe commander
of the Army of the Potomac's scouts and spy's.  From Kimball's personal collection
and scrapbook. (10/13)
Group shot of officers taken in the street.  Solders and a Black Mammy stand on
the porch to their left.  No id, but fascinating image. Speculation is they are court
martial group in Chattanooga.
Extremely Rare CDV of a Union Amputee, this is Pvt Victor Gruman of the 147th
NY Vols, wounded at Petersburg on June 18, 1864 which caused his lower left leg
to be amputated on June 22, 1864 most likely due to gangrene.  Period ink id on
verso with a backmark of Wood Albany NY.  Rarely ever do you see Medical shots
like these with the soldiers in uniform.
CDV of Bvt Brigadier General James Stewart Jr of New Jersey.  Rose from Captain
to Colonel of the 9th NJ Vols during the War and was Breveted BG in 1865.  The
regiment saw service in North Carolina and Virginia fighting at Roanoke Island,
New Bern, Fredericksburg, Kinston, Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor and Petersburg
finishing the War up in North Carolina.  Backmark by Jordan NY.
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