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30th North Carolina Identified Photograph & Badge

30 North Carolina Inf. Identified Photo and Badge A wonderful grouping of a large veterans photo and an identified 1921 United Confederate Veterans national badge from the Chattanooga reunion. The veteran in the photograph is Henry Blake Shute of Co. E, 30th North Carolina Infantry. He was captured at Cedar Creek, Virginia on Oct. 19, 1864. He was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland until the end of the war. He took his Oath of Allegiance on June 20, 1865 at Point Lookout, MD. The 1921 UCV National badge has Shute's name written on the hanger of the badge. The ribbon is in good shape. There is a very small amount of rubbing where the red ribbon attaches to the drop. The photograph is a large photograph with Henry Shute as a veteran wearing his Southern Cross and holding a copy of the "Confederate Veteran" in his hand. The photograph is approximately 7 3/8 inches by 9 1/2 inches. The gray board it is attached to is approximately 10 1/4 inches by 13 1/2 inches. The photographer is Shelbys Studio, Gastonia, N.C. as noted on the front of the card. Written on the back of the photo is "General H.B. Shute". A great North Carolina veteran's grouping!!

Rail Road Station at Culpepper, Va Period Image

SOLD!!! A great period image of the rail road station in Culpepper, Virginia. A train is at the station and two men are standing by the rail road tracks. Written below the image is "Rail Road Station, Culpepper." The image is approximately 4 1/4 inches by 3 3/8 inches. The card it is attached to is approximately 4 5/8 inches by 4 1/4 inches. There is no photographer mark on the image.

John N. Torrence, 49th North Carolina Infantry CDV

A nice image of Captain John N. Torrence, 49th North Carolina Infantry. Torrence enlisted on March 18, 1862 at Gaston County, North Carolina. In April 1862 he mustered into the 49th North Carolina Infantry, Co. H and served until he surrendered at Appomattox Court House. He was promoted numerous times and was wounded at Fort Stedman, Virginia on March 25, 1865. The image is of Torrence in civilian clothesand signed in old ink on the back of the image. Also in old ink on the back of the image is "Kennedy Photo - Salisbury, N.C.". A nice image from a hard to find state!

Full Standing Confederate Officer CDV

SOLD!!! A nice image of a Confederate officer full standing with his double brested coat, belt, and sash. This was probably taken right after the war because there is a 2 cent orange stamp on the back of the image. The image was in an albumn that require some type of adhesive to the top and bottom of the CDV. You can see the results and it does not effect the image of the officer. There is no backmark.

Armed Union Cavalry Trooper CDV


A tinted, armed Union Cavalry trooper CDV. The soldier has a sword and a pistol stuck in his belt. He is wearing gauntlets and has an ID pin on his coat. There is no backmark on this image.

Fort Pulaski, Savannah after the bombardment CDV

SOLD!!! A super image of the point at Fort Pulaski, Savannah, Georgia after the Union bombardment. You can see the enormous damage the fort suffered. A sea coast gun is at a tilt. There is no backmark.

Charleston, South Carolina Hotel CDV

SOLD!!! A great outdoor CDV of the Charleston Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina. The image was taken by Quinby & Co as shown with the backmark. The photo is dated 1868.

Charleston, SC Confederate Monument Cabinet Card

SOLD!!! A great large cabinet card with the Confederate Monument in Charleston, South Carolina. The photo is approximately 8 1/2 inches by 5 1/4 inches. There are numerous wreaths on the Confederate grave stones. With the photo comes a postcard of the same scene. Neat photo.

Union Officer with Vicksburg Backmark!

SOLD!!! A great CDV of an Union officer with a hard to find Vicksburg backmark. This waist up shot is very clear and you can really see his eagle buckle. The backmark is "Needles & Bishop, No. 6 Washington Street, Vicksburg, Miss.".

Major General Winfield Scott Hancock CDV


A great CDV of General Winfield Scott Hancock. Hancock attended the US Military academy at West Point and then had two years service in Indian Territory. He won a brevette for gallantry in Mexico and then fought against the Seminoles and the Mormons in Utah. General McClellan secured Hancock a post as Brigadier General of Volunteers and Hancock participated in the Peninsular and Maryland campaigns. At Sharpsburg he succeeded to command of the 1st Division of the 2nd Corps after the mortal wounding of General Isreal B. Richardson. He fought at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville under General Darius N. Couch and covered the Army of the Potomac as it retreated across the Rappahannock. At Gettysburg he anchored the line at Cemetary Ridge. His corp repulsed Picket's men on the third day of the battle. At that time he received a wound he would never fully recovered. He was out of action until the end of 1863. He resumed command of the 2nd Corp and led his men at the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Deep Bottom, Ream's Station, and the Boydton Plank Road. His wound reopened in November 1864 and he attempted to recruit a Veterans Reserve Corps. For the rest of his life he would stay in the military. He ran for President of the United States but did not win. He will always be known for his stand at Gettysburg! The CDV has a blue 2 cent Washington stamp on the back with a "F. Gutekunst. 704 & 706 Arch St. - Philadelphia" backmark. There are two places on the back of the CDV that make it look like the image was once glued in an albumn. Great image of a great general!

General Lovell H. Rousseau CDV


A very nice image of General Lovell Harrison Rousseau. General Rousseau started his military career in the Mexican War as Captain of the 2nd Indiana Volunteers and served with gallantry. He mustered into the Union army as Colonel of the 3rd Kentucky. He was promoted to Brigadier General on October 1, 1861 and Major General October 22, 1862. At Shiloh he commanded a brigade of D.C. Buell's army and at Perryville gallantly led a division of Alexander McCook's corps. Subsequently, he succeeded to Divisional command in G.H. Thomas' Army of the Cumberland, serving with distinction at Stone's River, Tullahoma campaign, and at the end of the Chickamauga campaign. From November, 1863 until November, 1865, General Rousseau had command of the districts of Nashville and of Tennessee, the later with headquarters at Murfreesboro. He resigned in 1865 to take a seat in Congress. He returned to military duty after the war and accepted Alaska from the Russians after the purchase and succeeded General Sheridan as commander of the department of Louisiana. He died in New Orleans in 1869. The image has an "A.S. Morse, Photographer, Dep't of the Cumberland, Branch of Hd Qrs, 25 Cedar Street, Nashville, Tenn." backmark.

7th Rhode Island Drummer Boy IDed CDV

A nice CDV of 7th Rhode Island Infantry drummer boy identified as Franklin B. Holland. The image has Holland holding drum sticks with his drum at his feet. The rim of the drum is tinted red and his pants have a blue tint. On the back of the CDV written in ink is "F.B.Holland - Co. G - 7th Regt - R.I.V.". The 7th Rhode Island Infantry was in the 9th Corp and fought at Fredericksburg, Mud March, Vicksburg, Jackson, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and participated in the Appomattox campaign.

General JEB Stuart

A great photo of General J.E.B. Stuart. This neat photograph is CDV size and was purchased in Great Britain. This image has General Stuart in all his glory. You can see his hat, sword, and boots. It is the pose we all like to see. The image is on less thick paper than a regular CDV something the Europeans seemed to do.

75th New York Battleflags CDV


A great CDV of the battle flags of the 75th New York Infantry. The flags are in pretty poor condition as is usual for these type photos. The back mark is Harter's Fine Art Gallery - 83 Genesee St., Auburn, N.Y.. A great image for your collection!

General J.B. McPhereson w/Vicksburg Backmark

A great CDV of General J. B. McPhereson with a Vicksburg backmark! General McPhereson was very active in the Vicksburg campaign and had this photo taken by Barr & Young, Army Photographers, Palace of Art, Vicksburg, Mississippi as noted on the backmark. General McPhereson was killed in the Atlanta campaign in 1864. This CDV has great clarity and has General McPhereson as a Major General. Great photo!

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