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  • Alphonso Barto Carte de Visite
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    Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
    This is a carte de visite of Captain Alphonso Barto dated approximately 1864. Barto served in the U.S. Army, a member of the 52nd Illinois Infantry Regiment. He mustered in as a 2nd Lieutenant and was later promoted to Captain of Company K serving until the end of his enlistment in 1864. (For more from the Alphonso Barto Papers, please see 1118454 and 1118456.)
  • Humphrey H. Hood Carte de Visite
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    Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
    This is a carte de visite of First Assistant Surgeon Humphrey Hood dated approximately 1863. At the time Hood served in the U.S. Army, a member of the 117th Illinois Infantry Regiment. He later became Senior Surgeon of the Third U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery and Surgeon-in-Chief on the staff of General John E. Smith, District of the West. (Please see 1118452 and 1118453 for letters written by Hood to his wife regarding the Emancipation Proclamation.)
  • Brigadier General Edward S. Salomon
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    Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
    This is a cropped photo of Brigadier General Edward S. Salomon dated approximately 1865. Salomon served in the U.S. Army during the Civil War. He began his career as a first lieutenant in the 24th Illinois Infanry Regiment in 1861, he resigned his commission that year only to rejoin the service in 1862 as a lieutenant colonel in the 82nd Illinois Infantry Regiment. He served with distinction at the Battle of Gettysburg and later took command of the regiment. He recieved a brevet promotion as brigadier general in March 1865. (For more from Edward S. Salomon please see 1118451 and 1118469.)