Jackson Family Carte-de-visite Album with Portraits of Massachusetts Civil War Officers, Boston, 1860s. Containing twenty-seven albumen images and one tintype image, officers identified by period pencil inscriptions on the back of the cards, including Captain Charles Storrow, 44th Massachusetts; Lt. Sam Storrow, killed in Sherman's attack near Goldsborough, March 1865; Col. Charles B. Lowell, 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry with lengthy history on back of image; Lt. James Jackson Lowell, 20th Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteers, died near Richmond, July 1862, from injuries received at Glendale, Virginia; Capt. Cabot Jackson Russell, 44th & 54th Massachusetts, wounded, captured and died at Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863; Lt. P.J. Jackson Jr., 1st Massachusetts Cavalry, 1863; Lt. Col. Frank Lee, 44th Massachusetts Volunteers; Lt. Col. M.R. Rodman, Massachusetts Volunteers, killed at Port Hudson; Capt. C.H. Davis; as well as identified images of other members of the Jackson, Richardson and Lodge families (covers detached).
Provenance: The Charles Foster Batchelder III estate, upstate New York, formerly of Natick, Massachusetts.
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