THE CIVIL WAR
Andrew Fullerton

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Description albumen print on card stock of Andrew Fullerton. MARKS: Back Mark: Hugo Broich,/Photographic Artist,/No. 865 West Water St.,/Corner of Chestnut,/Milwaukee. OBJECT DATE NOTE:Had 1865 Revenue Stamp on back
Year Range from 1865
Event Civil War
Year range to 1865
Medium Cardstock/Photographic Paper/Ink
Neg # 20872
Notes Full standing view of Captain Andrew J. Fullerton, Company F, 26th Wisconsin Infantry taken in gallery, probably at end of war in Milwaukee, Fullerton is wearing an officer's tailor made fatigue blouse with Captain's bars on shoulders, and a ribbon suspending a 20th Corps Badge on his left breast, an officer's saber belt with M1850 Foot Officer's Sword in left hand, dark felt hat with officer's hat cord, dark leather gloves, and light trousers. Enlisted from Jackson or West Bend August 21, 1862 as 1st Sergeant in Company G, fought at Battle of Chancellosville, fought at Battle of Gettysburg, promoted to 1st Lieutenant of Company F June 8, 1864, participated in Atlanta Campaign, March to the Sea, and Carolina Campaign. Promoted to Captain on October 19, 1864, mustered out June 13, 1865.
Object ID P2000.16.9
Object Name carte de visite
People Fullerton, Andrew
Place Milwaukee, WI
Print size W=2 1/2 H=2 in
Subjects Civil War
26th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
Soldiers
Officers
Title Andrew Fullerton
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