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RG 9026.001 PRINTS AND ENGRAVINGS
Folder entitled “Soldiers’ Memorials and Company Posters,” includes:
–Lithograph of Soldiers’ Memorial, Co. B, 4th Delaware Regiment
–Lithograph of Soldiers’ Memorial, Co. F, 1st Delaware Veteran Vols.
–Lithograph of Soldiers’ Memorial, Co. A, 1st Batt., Del. Vol. Cavalry
–Lithograph of Soldiers’ Memorial, Co. I, 3rd Delaware Regiment
–Lithograph of data about the Army of the Potomac; includes a certificate of service in the Army of the Potomac by John W. Dyer, Co. I, 3rd Delaware.
Folder entitled “Discharges, reprinted on posters within monument design,” includes just such documents for:
–Gilley K. Swain, Co. I, 6th Delaware, and Co. F, 9th Delaware.
–John W. Dyer, Co. I, 3rd Delaware
–Warren Harrington, Co. C, 1st Delaware
–William Castelow, 9th Delaware
–Samuel Roberts, 59th Penna. Vols., 2nd Cavalry
–Capt. Evan S. Watson, Post #5, G. A. R.
–James Maull, 45th Regiment, U. S. C. T., Infantry Volunteers
Folder entitled “Fort Delaware Society” contains three mounted lithographs of Civil War battles:
–“Battle of Bull Run,”
–“Storming Fort Wagner,”
–“Capture of Fort Fisher.”
Folder entitled “Miscellaneous” includes:
–Etching of General U. S. Grant
–Poster, “Loyalty, Fraternity, Charity: The Three Cardinal Principles of the Grand Army of the Republic.”
–Certificate: “The President’s Thanks and Certificate of Honorable Service” to Private Taylor Allee, 139th regiment Indiana Vols. Infantry, 1864.
Related Topics: Civil War