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He's armed with a revolver that he holds across his mid section with the hammer cocked and his finger on the trigger. This one comes housed in a full thermoplastic case. Item #89132 Magnificent carte view of Colonel John W. Hinsdale would begin the war in 1861 serving as a 2nd lieutenant in the 8th North Carolina Infantry and would serve as an aide de camp on the staff of his uncle Brigadier General T. He would serve along side Holmes until January, 1865. This is a sixth plate ruby ambrotype of a Federal soldier seated and holding a cannonball in his lap. Pretty killer image and probably the only one you will ever find.
It was then that he was elected colonel of the North Carolina 3rd Regiment, Junior Reserves. In mid April, 1863 he would be promoted to drum major. He is posed holding his cap in his hand with the crown decorated in braid and a wonderful 2nd Corps, 1st Division badge pinned to the top. Jackson would serve up until the regiment was mustered out of service at the end of May, 1865. Housed in a full leatherette case with a split spine. Item #78231 Drop dead beautiful sixth plate ruby ambrotype.
Both men are dressed in frock coats and sporting felt caps. Item #89719 Drop dead beautiful sixth plate ruby ambrotype. These two men are Louis and Ludwig Reifsteck of Missouri.
One of the men has the Greek cross for the 6th Corps pinned to the breast of his coat. The two brothers are handsomely dressed in grey greatcoats and sporting red caps.
There are a number of various view of Hinsdale out there. Wonderful back mark on this one as well from Watson's Photographic & Fine Arts Studio located in Raleigh, North Carolina. I tend to think this horseman was probably from the 3rd Ohio as Merrill's men were issued grey caps rather than the blue seen here. Item #89341 Sixth plate ambrotype of this Confederate officer. Dressed in this dark blue frock which appears to be based off the Federal infantry frock.
Regardless it is a stunning portrait with beautiful color. The cuffs and collar are trimmed in light blue just like the Federal frock but feature a broader cloth tape than that seen on the Federal version.
After his capture he would be sent to a Union prison in Louisville.Two very large pockets are located on either side of the mid section while sporting this fantastic large black felt hat.A lock of braided red hair resides in the case along with the image. It contains some of the more historically significant images which I have sold in the past and also serves as an excellent online database of some of the countless number of uniforms which saw service during the the 4 years of conflict as well as those searching for images of long lost relatives which I get requests for from time to time. The regiment would see their first action at Corinth where they would suffer a casualty rate of nearly 50%.
Item #97812 Wonderful sixth plate Neff's Patent melainotype identified as private John Emmet Wilson of Alabama. During late 1862 and into early 1863 John and the men of the 42nd would be sent to Vicksburg to form part of the garrison positioned there.
A US waist plate is worn around the outside of the jacket. After Pettigrew's capture Hinsdale would serve in the same capacity with Brigadier General W. Following his recovery he would join his uncle once more serving as Adjutant-General in the Trans-Mississippi Department. Possibly in charge of the limber and who's job it was to retrieve whichever round was being called for.