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Civil War CDV of Admiral David Farragut, - Cowan's Auctions

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CIVIL WAR CDV HANDSOME UNION SOLDIER FROM WESTFIELD NEW YORK-EBAY

"Pride of the Keystone State : The Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry".

Admiral David G. Farragut, circa 1863. Mathew Brady Collection. Farragut was the first man in US naval history to be a rear admiral, vice admiral and admiral. He is also noted for his order at the Battle of Mobile Bay, usually paraphrased: "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

1918 Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur holding a riding crop at a French chateau, September 19, 1918.

victorian teenager (before the invention of the term and all that was programmed to go with it)

Alice Carey Risley the last surviving Civil War battlefield nurse receiving a kiss from a veteran. (From the collection of the Union Veterans of the Civil War)

No idea when it may have been taken but by the fashion possibly 1860's thru 1880's. Reminds me of Gone with the Wind.