Lot of 13, including 4 UCV reunion ribbons, 3 of which are identified to the Louisiana Division, dating from 1914 and 1917 (2); and one from a Memphis, TN reunion held in May, 1901. Range in length from 5.25 to 8 in. long.
Accompanied by 9 badges and pinbacks, including Missouri Division button from reunion in Joplin, 1906, with red and white ribbons attached; button from the "Gen. Joe. Johnson [sic] UCV Reunion" in Mobile, AL, April 1910, featuring portrait of General Johnston, with red and white ribbons attached; New Orleans, LA delegate badge from a 1906 reunion; 2 badges from Richmond, VA reunions, one from "190?," with date indecipherable because of damage to ribbon, the other dating from 1915 representing the 25th Annual Reunion, with profile portrait of Lee; Atlanta reunion pinback from 1919; Chattanooga, TN badge from reunion held in 1934; button featuring portrait of General R.E. Lee; and Memphis, TN 1901 button.
1914 Louisiana ribbon with loss along bottom edge.
Ribbons with some short tears, minor fraying.
Badges/medals in very good condition overall. Some wear to red and white ribbons attached to Johnston and Missouri buttons. Richmond, VA 190? ribbon fully separated from top panel of badge, and damage to ribbon making it difficult to decipher reunion date.
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