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Civil War Assistant Paymaster General, E.A. Brooke, Autographed CDV
6/23/2011 - American History, Including the Civil War
A cdv portrait of Asst. Paymaster General E.A. Brooke of Maryland, with R.W. Addis' Washington, D.C. backmark, and inked inscription on verso With the Respects of E.A. Brooke. No specific information could be found regarding E.A. Brooke and his time as Assistant Paymaster General.

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Bottom two corners of mount clipped; slight smudge to signature; signature is strong.
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