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Studio View of a Confederate 1st Lieutenant South Carolina backmark
Item #: df3369
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Seated view of a Confederate Lieutenant by H.C. Foster Photographer Morris Island, South Carolina. The CDV has an ID on the back of E.A. Wilson and what I believe to be Co A 3 L.A. battalion. This could quite possibility be the 3rd Palmetto artillery and they where part of the action around Charleston. The 3rd Palmetto Artillery was also called the Furman Artillery and Earles Artillery. However I have not been able to make a definitive connection on the ID. I found several E.A. Wilsons but none that match any units around the Charleston, South Carolina area. More research is needed.
Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Your Price $1,450.00 USD

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