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John Rutter Brooke (1838-1926). Pennsylvania

John Murray Corse (1835-93). Pennsylvania

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

(c. 1861-1865) Private Nathaniel Shoup of Co. C, 84th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

CDV of William Harvey Crago [1843-1919] in his Civil War uniform. Private and bugler in the Ringgold Battalion and 22nd Pennsylvania Cavalry. Not sure why he has infantry hat brass.

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.