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CDV of Sgt William Bradley of the 6th Connecticut Vols.  Served in both the 3rd
and 6th Ct Vols until he died of Wounds received at Bermuda Hundred on
4/21/64 as a Lt.
CDV of Colonel and Brevet Brigadier General Thomas F McCoy.  Served as
Colonel of the 107th Pa Vols from 8/62-7/65.  Regiment saw action at 2nd Bull
Run, Antietam, Gettysburg, Mine Run, the Overland campaign, Weldon RR,
Dabney's Mills and Five Forks while under his command.
CDV of Colonel and later Brvt Brigadier General Phineas Pease of the 49th
Illinois Vols.  "Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. At the time of the war he
was employed as a supervisor on the Illinois Railroad system. On December 31,
1861, he enlisted in 49th Illinois Volunteer Infantry and commissioned Lieutenant
Colonel. He was severely wounded at the Battle of Shiloh, after recovering from
his injuries he returned to duty and was promoted Colonel in command of the
49th Regiment in December 1862. He participated in the Battle of Corinth,
commanded the brigade at Du Glaise, Louisiana, Little Rock Arkansas, Franklin,
Missouri, and was at the Battle of Nashville. He mustered out on January 9, 1865
and for distinguished service was brevetted Brigadier General of U.S. Volunteers
on March 13, 1865. " Backmark by Porter's of Cincinnati.
.CDV of Colonel/General John F Ballier 98th Pa Vols. "Born in Aurich, county
of Vaihingen, in what was then the Kingdom of Württemberg. Trained as a baker; in 1838 emigrated with his
wife to the United States. Settled in Philadelphia and established a bakery; joined the militia as a member of
the Washington Light Infantry Company, with which he saw battle in Mexico in 1846-1847. Retired from the
baking business in 1852, and served as Captain of the night-watch in the Philadelphia Mint from 1852 to
1861. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War in April 1861, formed the 21st Regiment of Pennsylvania
Volunteers for 3 months' service, holding the rank of Colonel. When, at the expiration of that term, he was
ordered to recruit a regiment for 3 years' service, he organized the 98th Regiment of Pennsylvania
Volunteers. Fighting with the 98th in the Battle of Fort Stevens, Washington, D.C., 12 July 1864, he was
wounded for the second time in the war and was visited afterwards by President Lincoln, who conferred upon
him the rank of Brevet Brigadier General. Returned permanently to Philadelphia in December 1865, and
purchased a hotel at 4th Street and Fairmount Avenue. Subsequently served as Day Inspector of the
Philadelphia Custom House, 1866-1867; as City Commissioner, 1867-1870; and as Colonel of the 3rd
Regiment of the National Guard of Pennsylvania, from 1869 until his retirement in 1876. Ballier was a co-
founder of the Canstatter Volksfest-Verein in 1873; and a member of charitable institutions including the
German Hospital, and the German Society of Pennsylvania."
CDV of Surgeon Alexander Ewing with a backmark of Giers Nashville.  Ewing
served with the 13th Michigan Infantry from 12/61-1/65.  A hard fighting Western
Unit in the Army of the Cumberland.  Ewing was taken prisoner at the battle of
Chickamauga while tending his men when the Union Army fell back to
Chattanooga.  Signed on front.  
CDV of Colonel Nicholas L Anderson, brother of General Robert Anderson,
served with the 6th Ohio Vols rising from Lt, to Colonel and BBG.  WIA twice
during the Civil War.  Saw service in West Virginia and the Western Theatres.
Allan bm.
CDV of Colonel Charles Albright of Pa.  "During the American Civil War, Albright
served in the Union Army as major of the 132nd Pennsylvania Infantry. Honorably
mustered out with his regiment and the rank of colonel on May 24, 1863; he was
recommissioned as colonel of the Thirty-fourth Pennsylvania Militia during the
Gettysburg Campaign on July 3, 1863, and honorably mustered out again on
August 10, 1863. About a year later, on September 4, 1864; he was
recommissioned as colonel of the 202nd Pennsylvania Infantry. On March 7,
1865, President Abraham Lincoln nominated Albright to the honorary grade of
brevet brigadier general, U.S. Volunteers, to rank from March 7, 1865 and the
U.S. Senate confirmed the award on March 10, 1865.[1] Albright was honorably
mustered out August 3, 1865."  gutenkunst Philly bm.
Triple armed Union Cavalryman shown with Sword, holstered pistol and carrying
what looks like a Spencer Carbine on a sling.  Tinted blue paints from this tough
looking character.   From the estate of Civil War photographer CG Giers of
Nashville, though this does no have his imprint on the photo.  Ultra hard to find
with carbines.
CDV of noted Union Artillery Commander Alanson Merwin Randol, Graduated 9th
in West Point Class of 1860, commanded Battery's E & G 1st US LA, fought at
Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Antietam, Fredericksburg, breveted Major for
Gettysburg where he commanded the two batteries as part of the famed horse
Artillery Brigade of John Tidball.  Served as Colonel of the 2nd NY Cavalry in
1864 and served in the Army till 1887.  Anthony/Brady bm.  450
On Hold
Reverend Dr. Gordon Winslow, Chaplain of the famed 5th New York Zouaves and
5th V V NY.  His son Cleveland Winslow was the Colonel of the 5th V V and was
mortally wounded at Cold Harbor.  While nursing his son on a vessel going up the
Potomac River, the Elder Winslow was pulled to his death in the River when he
threw a Bucket into the Water to retrieve some refreshment for his ailing son.  His
body was never found.  
CDV of "the old man of the Mountatin sitting on Lookout Mtn.  A local Unionist
who went to fight Bragg's army during the Battles of Chattanooga and Lookout
Mtn.  Akin to John Burns of Gettysburg who went to fight as an old man also.  
Period ink inscription on the verso "The old man of the mountain Mr Foster of
Lookout Mtn who celebrates the 4th of July in the presence of Bragg's army".  
Lookout Gallery backmark.  Rare.  
.CDV of Surgeon John L Hostetter 34th Illinois Vols.  Served 12/62-7/65 rising
from Asst Surgeon, saw action at Corinth, Stones River, Chickamauga, Shermans
March to the Sea and Bentonville among other actions.  Nice writeup on the
Bentonville Battlefield Website.  Backmark by Fassett Chicago  7/15
CDV of Lt Colonel Edwin Smith Gilbert of Rochester NY.  Served in the 13th NYVI
from 4/61-2/26 as a Lt, promoted into the 25th NYVI 11/61 as a Captain till he
died of Consumption on 2/22/63 at Rochester NY.  Rose to Major and Lt Col.  
Wounded at taken prisoner at Gaines Mills on 6/27/62 he was paroled on 8/7/62
for Confederate Major E A Clark 21st Tn.  7/15
Autographed CDV of Colonel and later Bvt Brigadier General Sumner Carruth of
the 1st & 35th Mass Vols.  Signed on the backk "yours truly Sumner Carruth Bvt
Brig Genl USV Col 35th Mass Vols" in period ink.  Fought at Bull Run, the
Penninsula, South Mtn, was taken prisoner at White Sulpher Springs WV, later
seeing action in the Overland campaign being breveted BG at Wars End.. (1/14)
CDV of Colonel and later Brevet Brigadier General Edgar M Gregory of the 91st
Pennsylvania Vols of the V Corps.  Wounded in the leg at Chancellorsville, he
commanded the regiment through most of the War.  Backmark by Cremer of
Philadelphia.  Great view with sword and hat with 91 in horn.  
Armed CDV of KIA Union Colonel John S Slocum of the 2nd Rhode Island
Volunteer infantry.   Colonel Slocum was kiilled at the battle of First Bull Run in
July of 1861.  Image is published in Roger Hunt's fine work, Colonels in Blue, New
England edition.  Scarce view.
Wonderful view of Colonel Jacob Parker Gould of Mass.  Served in the 13th Mass
and was Colonel of the 59th Mass till mortally wounded at the battle of
Petersburg where he lost a leg that led to his death.  This regiment lost all of its
senior officers in heavy action at Petersburg from 7/15-30 including the horrific
fight in the Crater.  Gould was wounded while commanding a Brigade.  Backmark
by Wyman Boston.
Fascinating CDV of Lt William S Worth 8th US Infantry Regulars posed while "on
Leave" in his own words!. Shown standing on a chair.  Signed in ink on verso as
ADC where he served in the VI Corps or AOP Staff.  Very charismatic pose which
is rarely seen in cdv's with somebody with a sense of Humor.  (10/13)
CDV of Colonel and Bvt Brigadier General Alexander M Stout of the 17th
Kentucky Volunteer Infantry.  Served with the regiment from 1/62-1/65 and was
Wounded at Shiloh on 4/6/62.  The 17th fought at Fort Donelson, Shiloh,
Chickamauga, New Hope Church, Dallas, Kennesaw Mtn,  Marietta and Franklin
Tn.  Scarce pose of this Colonel. 7/15
Autographed cdv of Brevet Brigadier General Richard Batchelder of Meade's
Staff on the Army of the Potomac.  Backmark by Furnald NH  Scarce.
CDV of Assistant Surgeon D Carlton Spencer of the 44th NYVI Peoples Ellsworth
Regiment of Gettysburg Fame.  Served 10/62-12/64.  Shown standing with a
Medical Sword at his side.  Backmark of Abbot Albany NY 7/15
CDV of Colonel and Brevet Brigadier General Norton P Chipman of Iowa.  Served
with the 2nd Iowa Infantry from 5/61-4/62 rising from Lt to Major and was
seriously wounded at the Battle of Fort Donelson.  Promoted to Colonel and
AADC on the staff of Major General Samuel Curtis in April of 1862.  Served as
National AAG for the GAR offices postwar. Backmark by Ulke Washington DC.
Fascinating CDV of a Union Sergent with a pipe in his mouth and sticking out of
the pipe is a Cigar.  Very unusual content.  Backmark by Giers Nashville Tn with
a revenue stamp.  A Shame the story of the pose is lost to history.
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