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Six CDVs: Fred. Steele, Tho. G. Stevenson, Chas. P. Stone, Geo. Stoneman, Henry Storms, Wm. K. Strong
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Lot of 6: Brady view of Brig. Gen. Charles P. Stone '41; Col. 14th US; held responsible for the Ball's Bluff debacle, arrested and (illegally) imprisoned in 1862, he was finally released (and never charged) in August, joined Bank's command and fought with distinction at Port Hudson and the Red river campaign; resigned. Brady carte of Maj. Gen. George Stoneman '42; Chief of Cavalry, AOP famous for his namesake Richmond Raid, which cost him his job, sent west to command the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Ohio before being captured during Andersonville raid; three wartime brevets. Brady/Anthony CDV of Brig Gen. Henry Storms, Commissary Gen. State of NY. Anonymous view of obscure Brig. Gen. William K. Strong, Gen. Fremont protege who briefly commanded Benton Barracks and later the Dept. of Missouri, resigned in Oct. 1863. With CDVs of Frederick Steele, no imprint, and Thomas G. Stevenson, by J.W. Black, Boston. 

Provenance:  
The Robert Trownsell Collection


Condition:  
Steele CDV, corners rounded, top and bottom edges possibly trimmed. Stevenson CDV, few spots. Stoneman CDV, corners clipped. Strong CDV consists of albumen on trimmed paper mount.
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