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He's dressed in what I tend to think was a green frock.
Sporting a Mc Dowell pattern cap with cavalry insignia pinned to the front. This dashing officer wears the rank of captain although only one bar has been tinted on the collar on either side. Item #68791 Absolutely killer and rare view of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth. Rare from life view of Booth leaning against a pedestal taken in the Rhode island studio of Black & Case. They would lose 187 officers and men during the engagement. Item #45123 Sixth plate ruby ambrotype of an unidentified rebel. Item #23913 Beautiful sixth plate ruby ambrotype of an unidentified rebel. Item #89765 Rare ninth plate ambrotype of an unidentified member of the famed Hillard Legion out of Alabama.
Dressed in this 8 button grey frock with a large breast pocket cut on an angle.
Robert is shown here dressed in this elaborate uniform and posed with his drum. This image originated from the estate of Grace Emeline Brubaker of New Market. Swartz were the owned the farm where the Battle of New Market took place.
His slouch cap rests on the table with the brim pinned up with a 5 pointed star. More than likely this dashing soldier was a member of the 1st or 2nd Virginia Cavalry. Army's 1858 uniform regulations consisting of dark blue uniforms and Hardee hats.
More than likely one of the handful of Texas regiments of Hood's Brigade that were assembled in Richmond during the summer of 1861 including the famed 1st Texas Infantry. There are several known views attributed to these units dressed exactly in this same manner. This cavalryman is wearing the Hardee hat of all Hardee hats!
It most likely dates to the spring or early summer of 1862 when the regiment was initially raised.
They would see action at Franklin, Nashville, Alabama and in and around Tennessee.The reverse was then inscribed "Booth the Assassin". Prescribed were grey jackets with crimson trim denoting the infantry branch. It was a combined force of infantry, artillery and cavalry. They would play a significant role in Tennessee during the Siege of Cumberland Gap. As they tried to wrestle control for Snod Grass Hill they would suffer a 45% casualty rate out of the 902 men from the unit sent into battle.The tax stamp on the reverse dates the image to just 5 days after Lincoln's assassination and the depiction of Booth hanging from a noose gives a very clear idea as to the sentiment of many at the time. This soldier is in fact dressed in a grey rough spun jacket with the collar trimmed in crimson and sporting crimson cloth shoulder straps. The 1st Battalion itself was decimated losing 169 men out of 239.This one comes housed in a mint thermoplastic case. Item #22177 Beautiful ninth plate ruby ambrotype of an unidentified member of the 7th Tennessee Cavalry. He wears a jacket made entirely out of velvet with white lace herring bone trim and two rows of eagle buttons.The jacket is also trimmed with white shoulder bars made out of the same white lace. While he is not identified the uniform is well documented as having been worn by the 7th Tennessee.He did do a small number of ruby ambrotypes although I have only seen a few. Item #56764 Killer ninth plate ambrotype of Federal cavalry sergeant.