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Six CDVs: Chas. L. Matthies, John McArthur, Geo. McCall, Geo. McClellan, Irwin McDowell, James McPherson
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Lot of 6: Whitehurst CDV of Brig. Gen. George McCall, ink signed on verso; Maj. Gen. of Pennsylvania Reserves, POW at Glendale, resigned March 1863. Anonymous view of the highly respected Maj. Gen. James Birdseye McPherson '49; led 17th Corps during Vicksburg campaign, elevated to command of Army of Tennessee for the Atlanta campaign, his hesitation caused Sherman much concern although Sherman grieved when his friend was killed on July 22. With CDVs of Charles L. Matthies, no imprint; John McArthur, no imprint; Geo. McClellan, by J.W. Black, Boston; and Irwin McDowell, by Jacob Shew, San Francisco.


Provenance:  
The Robert Trownsell Collection


Condition:  
Matthies CDV, toning, light soiling, bumped corners. McArthur CDV, bumped corners. McCall CDV, corners trimmed. McClellan CDV, toning and soiling. McDowell CDV, loss to top right corner of albumen. McPherson CDV, bottom right and left corners bumped. 
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