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94-473
Camp & Garrison
Equipage List
109 Infantry Regiment U.S.C.T. 1865
No. 27 List of Camp & Garrison Equipage, Transferred by Capt. John F. Lamures(?) 109 U.S.C.T. to Capt. Leander A. Poor Asst. Quartermaster, U.S. at Indianola, Texas on the 14th Day of November, 1865. For 24 shelter tents- condemned. SALE $60.00
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00SHA
General Orders No. 13, Manila, P.I. March 20, 1905 Identifies the list of articles to be carried in the blanket roll, a system for laying out contents of blanket rolls and the equipments for inspection in shelter tent camps and the preparation of bunks in quarters, the proceedings are herewith published for the information and government of the Regiment and the system herein prescribed will be strictly observed. With three pictures, approx. 5 x 8" overall. SALE $15.00
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88-1445
1898 Washington Barracks Hospital Corps Letter Lined paper, folded in half to make four sides....Talks about leaving Boston getting to Washington, being measured and then what he received for his uniform. Refers to drilling 3 times a day and then studying the different bandaging, nursing and the way to keep hospital in a good healthy condition. Speaks of a visit to Camp Alger and the hope that "they" get called to Camp Alger. "There are 75 mend here now but they are going and coming. Yesterday 4 men were sent to No. Carolina the other day, 24 to some other camp and another day some 3 or 4 to Fort Myers.: SALE $45.00.
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SG002
Indiana Volunteer
Signal Corps Envelope
Printed envelope for Chas. T. MacIntire. Printed "United States Army, Indiana Volunteer Signal Corps, Chas. T. MacIntire, Capt. MacIntire served at camp Cuba Libre in Jacksonville, FL in 1898. SALE$ 15.00
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SG001
Signal Corps, 7th Army Corps
Absent from Camp Pass
Blank pass for Signal Corps, 7th Army Corps, Camp Cuba Libre in Jacksonville, FL. B Command of Lt. Col. J.E. Maxfield. Dated for year 1898. SALE $15.00
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1857 Letter regarding rental fee for Hall "Cohoes, May 7, 1857" "Maj. ??? Baker" Mentions that an attorney is filing a suit against the major. Also list that Granite Hall is rented as follows: Hall to Military Co. for $75. per year...directed to R.W Baker Fort Ann..." SALE $5.00
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SC709
Civil War Special Requisition No. 40 Requisition for Quartermaster Blanks, signed by Alex Rodgers Capt. ....4th Iowa Cav. Not dated but form is for 1860's period. SALE $15.00
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56C142
1866 Texas Voucher For services reneded as Cvld. Teamster in ????Dept. at Houston Texas from the 1st day of December 1865 to the 31st day of January 1866, in ????? $20.00/100 Twenty dollars for month. Dated February 13th, 1866 Capt. ?????? Garcelon SALE $15.00
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SC712
Post Historian Form
for Ozro Miller Post

Form and envelope for Thomas Ault Taylor. Born in Charlemont, MAss, he enetered in service in Worcester, MA on July 14th, 1862. He was a Private in Co. F 34 Regt. Mass Vol. Infantry. His first battle engaged was Harpers Ferry, CA July 1863. He was wounded at New Market, Va in 1864 and was confined to Field Hospital at Camp Fort Lyon during the winter of 62 & 63. He was taken prison at the Battle of Stikey Fram Va in 1864, by the COnfederates under Genl. Jubal early. He was paroled.Envelope for form has an 1891 postmark. Addressed to J.A. Halligan, Shelburne Falls, Mass. SALE $ 30.00

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1864 Voucher for a Surgeon
with the 3 Wisconsin Vol. Inf.
pixpic Pay voucher for O. F. Bartlett, Surgeon 3rd Regt. Wisconsin Vet. Volunteers. For his pay and that for his two private servants, one Samuel Davis of black complexion, and one Parico Hogan of white complexsion. For the period from November 1863 to June 1864. "I hereby certify, on honor, that I am on Leave of Absence for 20 Days on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability by Authority of Special Order No. 73 date Chattanooga July 16, 1864 Headquarters od Dept. of the Cumberland by command of Maj. Genl. Thomas. SALE $ 60.00

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