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Michael Dunn, Raymond, Potter Co., Penna. / Photographed by Hope, successor to M.H. Kimball, 477 Broadway, New York.

Michael Dunn, Raymond, Potter Co., Penna. / Photographed by Hope, successor to M.H. Kimball, 477 Broadway, New York.

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Summary

Photograph shows portrait of Corporal Michael Dunn of Co. H, 46th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, after the amputation of his legs in 1864, the result of injuries received in a battle near Dallas, Georgia, on May 25, 1864.

The single best source for Civil War photographs is the U.S. Library of Congress, which holds the core collections of original Civil War documentary ... The majority of the ambrotypes and tintypes are portraits by unidentified photographers of Civil War soldiers, primarily Union soldiers.

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01/01/1864
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Hope, G. W. (George W.), photographer
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