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Four CDVs: Benj. Butler, Geo. Cadwalader, Robt. A. Cameron, Edward Canby
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Lot of 4: Fredricks & Co. carte of Maj. Gen. Edward R. Canby '39, formerly Col. 19th Ind., saved California for Union in 1861; effective staff officer and commander of Division of West Mississippi. Credit Canby for the capture of Mobile in conjunction with Farragut resulting in the personal thanks from Lincoln. Killed by Modoc Indians in April 1873. With an early, E. Jacobs view of Gen. Butler having indistinct signature on verso. Accompanied by CDVs of Geo. Cadwalader, by Cooper, Louisville, KY, and Robt. Cameron, by J.A. Sheldon, New Orleans.


Provenance:  
The Robert Trownsell Collection


Condition:  
Butler cdv slightly trimmed along right and left edges. Cadwalader cdv, corners rounded.
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