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19 Iowa Volunteer Infantry GAR Reunion Photo

SOLD!!! A great GAR photo of the 19th Iowa Infantry reunion. The drum says 12th Aniv 19 Iowa Vol Infty 1863, The photo is approximatey 10 3/8 inches by 8 1/2 inches.

Pennsylvania Post #2 Going to 1908 Reunion Photo

SOLD!!! Here is a great photo of Pennsylvania Post #2 at Broad Street Station going to the 1908 National Convention. The date is August 30, 1908. The photo is framed and is approximately 14 1/2 inches by 12 1/2 inches. The photo is approximately 9 1/2 inches by 7 1/8 inches. There are badges on all these guys and they are holding flags at the railroad station.

Identified Delaware GAR Photograph

SOLD! Here is a great photograph of John W. Hudson in his GAR uniform with multiple badges. He is wearing his GAR membership badge, GAR lapel pin, Delaware ribbon, a celluloid pin with another GAR member with his membership badge, and a flag celluloid pinback. On the back of this great photo is "John W. Hudson - September 27 - 1833 - 1919 - Died 9-14-19". This photo is approximately 4 1/4 inches by 3 inches.

General John Logan wearing 15 Corp Badge by Brady

SOLD! A great CDV of General John Logan from Illinois. He was a great General, one of the founders of the GAR, and a national politician. This great image is by Matthew Brady, the premier photographer of the Civil War. General Logan is wearing a 15 Corp badge on his lapel. Brady's backmark is on the reverse.

Illinois GAR Veteran with his family photo

SOLD! Here is a great photo of a GAR veteran with his family. He is wearing a GAR lapel pin. He has a great beard! The photo is approximately 5 7/8 inches by 7 7/8 inches. The photographer address is Woodstock, Illinois.

Armed Cavalry Officer tinted by photographer

SOLD!!! An armed cavalry officer cdv tinted by the photographer. This great cdv has a cavalry officer seated by a table. The officer is holding his sword and has a Hardee type hat on the table. The photographer tinted his belt plate, pant stripes, sword knot and epauletts yellow and he tinted the table cover red. Don't miss this great cdv!

Brig. General R.E. Colston

SOLD!!! Brig. General R.E. Colston. Here is a great cdv of Confederate General R.E. Colston. The cdv is backmarked E. & H.T. Anthony, New York. Colston graduated from VMI and was Colonel of the 16th Virginia. He was promoted brigadier general on December 24, 1861. He commanded a brigade in the Peninsular campaign and in April, 1863 was assigned a brigade in Stonewall Jackson's corps. After a poor performance at Chancellorsville, he was moved to other less important duties for the rest of the war.

147 New York Alfred Stratton Amputee CDV

SOLD! Here is a cdv of double amputee Alfred Stratton, 147 New York Infantry, Co. G. He was severly wounded by an artillery shell at Petersburg on Sept. 27, 1864. There is no backmark on this cdv.

Armed Union Infantry Tintype

SOLD!!! Here is a great tintype with an armed Civil War infantry soldier. You can see his rifle, cartridge box, US plate, bayonet, and eagle plate. This tintype is in a cdv paper type holder. It is the size of an eighth plate.

Identified Civil War Bugler CDV

SOLD! Civil War identified bugler CDV. This CDV is identified as Johnason Miller. He is holding a bugle in his right hand. The backmark on this cdv is "W.M.Saylor, Photographer, 517 Penn St., Readiing, Pa.". Civil War bugler photographs are getting very hard to find.

GAR Post Photograph

GAR Post photograph with lots of badges. One member is wearing a post in Memorium badge but I can't read which post. The photograph is approximately 4 7/8 inches by 10 inches. I have plastic on the photo so if you need a better shot let me know.

Ohio GAR Family Cabinet Card

SOLD! This was a GAR family! He is wearing his GAR membership badge and she is wearing her Womens Relief Corp badge. The photographer is Henry Wenzel Photographer, Plain City, Ohio as noted on the front and back.

GAR Buckeye Cannon with Post Members


A great cabinet card with a cannon and many GAR members with badges sitting/standing around it. There are flags, drums, and badges!!! Everything you want in a good GAR photo. On the back of the cabinet card it says "BUCKEYE CANNON - Presented by- HENRY LEONARD, of Basil, Ohio, To the Col. Vol. Cupp Post, No.263, G.A.R., of Baltimore, Ohio. - Centennial Exposition at Columbus, O., 1888. Name of Cannon: "MILLENNIUM." There is also a quote from the Bible and "Copywrited by H. Leonard, 1888". This is a killer GAR cabinet card!

Iowa GAR Member with badge

SOLD! Here is a great cabinet card from Ogden, Iowa. The man is proudly wearing his GAR membership badge. There is some water stains in the lower left that do not effect the photo. On the back is written "Eugene".

Seated GAR member with hat and badge

Here is a great photo of a seated GAR member. He is wearing his GAR hat, lapel pin, and a large ribbon that looks like a camp badge. I can't read it but it has a celluloid drop hanging and a celluloid hanger. This photo is approximately 3 inches by 4 inches total.

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