Civil War, Other Military-PP

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Col. Frederick George D’Utassy (11/26/27-5/5/92).was an officer in the Union Army in the Civil War who led the famous Garibaldi Guard, or 39th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, from 1861 to 1863. The flamboyant Hungarian Colonel was court-martialed in 1863 for fraud and conduct prejudicial to military discipline.

43616.

Prominent Portraits. No. 2968. Hon. Abraham Lincoln, President of United States. 3-cent tax stamp.

43630.

Brady’s Album Gallery. No. 605. Group of President Lincoln, Gen. McClellan, and Suite, at Headquarters Army of Potomac, previous to reviewing the troops and the Battle-Field of Antietam, 3d Oct., 1862.

43634.

Lincoln walks the tight rope between Washington and Richmond.

43650.

Prominent Portraits. No. 2110. Officers of the Sanitary Commission.

43693.

Sergeant Bates. Gilbert Henderson Bates (Feb. 13, 1836-Feb. 17, 1917) was a soldier best known for his peaceful postwar march throughout the American south.

43710.

This is for Mrs. Kerigan to show her our uniform during the last campaign in 1868.

43712.

Cadets.

43716.

Two young boys in military dress with drum and sword.

43743.

Sailor of a war ship.

43752.

602. President Lincoln and Gen. McClellan in McClellan’s Tent at Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, Antietam, Oct. 4, 1862.

43755.

Lieut. General Scott, at West Point.

43759.

Manuscript bottom recto “Nettie Bodman, Ensign.” Manuscript on verso “Ensign N. Bodman Co. G? 50th Wis. Zouaves, Fort Atkinson, Wis.” This is Jeanette “Nettie” Bodman, born in NY State in 1846. Lived in Jefferson, Wisconsin in 1860 and married in 1867 to a fellow who didn’t serve during the war.

43760.

Adam B. Dockstader. Enlisted on 8/20/1861 at Albany, NY as a Private. On 8/30/1861 he mustered into “B” Co. NY 44th Infantry. He was discharged for disability on 10/16/1862 at Fort Monroe, VA.

43761.

Signed on verso “John C. Roosa 53d Co. V.R.C.” Enlisted on 9/18/1861 as a Private. On 9/18/1861 he mustered into “H” Co. PA 45th Infantry. He was transferred out on 3/15/1865. On 3/15/1865 he transferred into Veteran Reserve Corps (date and method of discharge not given). He was listed as: * Wounded 6/3/1864 Cold Harbor, VA.

43762.

Written on verso “Possibly the 32d Vols-see # on cap front.”

43763.

Written on side on verso “45th Ill.”

43788.

Prominent Portraits No. 3878. Lieut. Gen’l Ulysses S. Grant, Com. in Chief Armies of the U.S.

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