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Henry C. Mowry

PC005.D06.139 (RS13922)

Description

Henry C. Mowry as a young man, four years before his death at Vicksburg as first lieutenant of the E. 72nd Illinois Volunteers. Charles Richard and Henry Meade were active in Albany, New York and Europe during the 1840s.

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Collection Name
Daguerreotypes collection, ca. 1845-1865
Collection Code
PC005
Dates
1859-05-29
Physical Description
1 daguerreotype
Inscriptions
Case: "Henry C. Mowry May 29, 1859-1st leutenant Henry C. Mowry was instantly killed at Vickburs May 22nd 1863 while leading Co. E 72d Illinois Volunteers" Cushion: "MEADE BRO'S//235 BROADWAY//N.Y." embossed on cushion. (CASE) MEADE BO'S 235 BROADWAY N.Y. HENRY C. MOWRY MAY 29 1859 1ST LIEUTENANT HENRY C. MOWRY WAS ISNTANTLY KILLED AT VICKSBURG MAY 22 1863 WHILE LEADING CO. E. 72D ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS [...]
Dimensions
3 1/4x 2 3/4(HxW) (inches)
Dimensions
4x 3 1/2 (HxW) (inches)
Dimensions
4x 3 1/2x 5/8(HxWxD) (inches)
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
DagID: 342
Credit Line
Gift of Frances L. Chace
GUSN
254027
Reference Code
PC005.D06.139

Record details

Originator
Meade Brothers (Photographic studio)
Descriptive Terms
men (male humans)
military personnel
occupations
portrait format
portraits
Material Type
daguerreotypes (photographs)
photographs
Location Note
HGO-01-004-A-2 [Drawer 44 in old database]

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