Raynors HCA 2017-02
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 2/23/2017
An outdoor, horizontal CDV, backmarked by Anthony/Brady shows five seated generals; Bartlett, Slocum, Franklin, Barry and Newton, and seven staff officers standing behind them. Also note the black boy seated on the ground in the foreground. General Joseph J. Bartlett (Oct. 4, 1862, was appointed brigadier-general of volunteers. Meritorious service during the war won him a renewal of his commission as brigadier-general). General Henry Slocum (wounded at 1st Bull Run; On July 4, 1862, he was promoted major-general of volunteers. He further distinguished himself at Chancellorsville and at Gettysburg, where his command was on the right of the army, and repelled a charge made by Ewell's corps at daylight on July 3.) General William Franklin (Gen. Franklin's first service in the volunteer army was at Bull Run, July 21, 1861; Sept. 14, 1862, and engaged in the battle of Antietam three days later. At the battle of Fredericksburg he commanded the left grand division under Burnside. Gen. Burnside, by complaining that Franklin did not obey orders in this battle caused the latter to be sharply censured by the Congressional committee on the conduct of the war, and he was also removed from his command for insubordination. The failure of the president to approve the order of removal led to Burnside's resignation of his command.) General William Barry (On Aug. 20, 1861, he was appointed brigadier-general of volunteers and took an active part in the Virginia peninsular campaign until Aug., 1862, fighting in all the important battles.) Genral John Newton ( He was promoted major-general of volunteers, March 30, 1863, and at Gettysburg on July 2 he succeeded to the command of the 1st corps after the death of Gen. Reynolds, being brevetted colonel for his services in this action. He engaged then in the pursuit of the Confederate army to Warrenton, and was in the Rapidan campaign, in October-December.)
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