PLEASE NOTE: We may receive & actually accept a reasonable offer... First Lieutenant - Union Army. Algenon Samuel Morse - Photographer. Dep't of the Cumberland. Branch of Hd Qrs, 25 Cedar Street.
Circa 1863 156+ Years Old. RARE : It's often impossible to accurately identify a specific civil war soldier in a photograph. Over the course of a century and a half the information is often lost.
However, someone in the studio of A. Morse, (Algenon Samuel Morse), Photographer - Nashville, Tenessee - wrote the name of this officer in pen on the back.
As Lieutenant Glendening's regiment was in Tennessee during the entire year of 1863, it's most likely that this photo was taken that year. As historians we are fascinated with trying to discover as much information as we can about particular soldiers, and w e'd appreciate any further research you can contribute. SIEGE OF ATLANTA - BATTLE OF JONESBORO - SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA.
Born near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February 11, 1831. Family first moved to Middlefield, Ohio, where he grew to manhood. Moved to Fall River, Wisconsin.
Enlisted in the Union Army as a volunteer on August 21, 1862. Married Fannie Chappell a week later on August 28, 1862. Organized at Camp Bragg in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and mustered into service September 25, 1862. Age 31 - First Sergeant - Company D - 32nd WISCONSIN VOLUNTEERS.Lieutenant - Company D - 32nd WISCONSIN INFANTRY. February 18, 1865 due to ill health at the Salkehatchie Swamps. Died in Harvey County, Kansas. August 9, 1912 Aged 81. Albumen CDV ("carte de visite") photograph was trimmed into an oval shape to fit into a round frame by the family sometime around the time of his death in 1912. (We are including the original round wooden frame with this photograph so as to keep them together). Faint staining on obverse and reverse sides.
Fountain pen ink on reverse. A historically significant image that deserves to be prominently displayed as a collection centerpiece. Easures: 2-1/4" wide by 2-7/8" tall overall. As historians we love to research original historic artifacts.We only sell vintage original items. We never sell copies or reproductions. If you have any questions please write to us. We lower our prices any time we need to relist an item! We never take it personally. We understand that everyone loves a bargain. However, keep in mind that we don't always have time to reply to every message or offer. Give us a couple of days to get an answer and well reply as soon as we can... As long as we can get a "thumbs up" to sell it for less. And thanks for shopping with us! The item "MARCH TO THE SEA (1863) UNION OFFICER Civil War Albumen WISCONSIN VOLUNTEERS" is in sale since Tuesday, February 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs".
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