Lot of 9 CDVs, including:
Carte by R.A. Lewis, new York, of a seated soldier, with printed identification on mount's recto: Fred B. Crocker / Comp'y F, 37th Mass. Vols., -killed by a sharpshooter, near Petersburgh, Va., June 21st, 1864, aged 28.
Three of Abraham Lincoln, including two uncredited albumen cartes from engravings and a copy carte published by W. Duke & Sons Tobacco.
Statesmen & Generals of The American Civil War, albumen composite by Case & Getchell, Boston.
Standing portrait of Thomas Starr King (1824-1864), the Pro-Union minister and orator who President Lincoln credited with securing California for the Union.
Uncredited albumen carte of Gen. William T. Rosecrans, from an engraving.
Uncredited, unidentified portrait of a mustached soldier.
And a carte by S.Piper, Manchester, NH, of a disable man using crutches.
Good, some toning of the images and minor soiling.
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