Monthly Archives: October 2020
The young man is wearing the early war Wisconsin State Blouse. The jacket was cut like the Federal issue frock coat, but only has a 5 button front and doesn’t extend down as far. Additionally, the soldier has pinned his … Continue reading
A carte-de-visite full-length portrait photograph of Daniel Beagle, a Middleton, Wisconsin resident who served with Company B of the 11th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. He is shown wearing a frock coat and forage cap, cartridge box with … Continue reading
Survivors of Co. H, 11th Wis. Vet. Vol. Infantry Taken during the twenty-third national encampment of the G.A.R., August 28, 1889 / / Sutter, 128 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Photograph shows group portrait of (starting far left top) C.E. Hollenbeck, … Continue reading
A carte-de-visite bust portrait photograph of Charles L. Harris. He is shown in a field grade officers coat, shirt and tie.
This one doesn’t hurt as much as I already had the transcriptions of all these letters, still would love to have had the chance to buy them for my archive www.soldierstudies.org to share with the online community, researchers and historians. … Continue reading
Again unfortunately I didn’t have access to these when writing my book, but getting the chance to share here now.
Survivors of Co. H, 11th Wis. Vet. Vol. Infantry Taken during the twenty-third national encampment, August 28, 1889. From the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs, Prints and Photographs Division. Library of Congress. (Another item that was not available … Continue reading
Some new stuff I found in the online searchable database… Both of these were not available when I wrote my book back in 2006/7.