CIRCA 1860s CABINET CARD IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR CAPTAIN DR. BRAGDON BOSTON MASS
CIRCA 1860s CABINET CARD IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SOLDIER DR. The country doctor of Springvale and surrounding towns for 48 years, Dr. Those who came to him with imaginary ailments, left with a quantity of pink pills (said to contain sugar and not much else). They did no harm and were miraculous in bringing about speedy recoveries. His home stood next door to Harmon G.
Allen's house, later the home of Capt. The house the the right was the home of Capt.
Murray who owned a livery stable located to the rear of his home. Murray received his military rank in the Civil War. He was twice wounded at the Battle of Petersburg and was promoted to Captain for gallantry in action.
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- Unit of Sale: Single Piece
- Antique: Yes
- Image Orientation: Portrait
- Size: 4 x 6 in
- Image Color: Black & White
- Material: Paper
- Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
- Framing: Unframed
- Subject: Boston
- Vintage: Yes
- Type: Photograph
- Format: Cabinet Card
- Year of Production: 1870
- Photographer: McCORMICK
- Time Period Manufactured: 1850-1899
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Finish: Matte