Pvt. James P. Kegerreis, Battery B, 2nd Pennsylvania Battalion Heavy Artillery. Wounded at Petersburg, Virginia, June 17, 1864 by a conoidal ball which entered 3/4" below the thyroid cartilage and to the left of the trachea, passed a little downwards and to the right under the jugular vein, carrying away one of the wings of the trachea and emerging 1/2" above the clavicle, 3" from point of entrance, was deflected in its course by hitting the butt of the musket
[Private Henry McCollum of Company B, 78th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment and three unidentified soldiers in 78th Pennsylvania Infantry uniforms at Point Lookout, Tennessee] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr
Civil War Pennsylvania 53rd Regiment Pieced and Gilt-stenciled Silk American Flag, c. 1864, likely a camp flag, with a hand-stitched field composed of seven red and six white stripes, the central red stripe with the gilt inscription "53D. PA.," the blue canton ornamented with thirty-four gilt-stenciled stars, the inner sleeve reinforced with linen, Provenance: From Captain Archibald F. Jones, (b. January 7, 1824, d. March 8, 1879.