1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.

Post War Photo of Brevetted General from 1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Cabinet Photo of "Horace Binney Sargent" wearing his G.A.R. Lapel Pin ! Circa 1900.

Has another 2 color round Device or Button next to GAR lapel pin which I haven't been able to identify on this photo?

Mustered in as 1st Mass. Cavalry Lt. Colonel of Companies F & S in 1861. Wounded once at Henderson Hill,Louisiana on March 21,1864. Wounded at least twice and Survived to Muster out as the Colonel of the Regiment in 1865.

Regimental Loses were 6 Officers and 93 enlisted men Killed and mortally wounded and another 140 enlisted men to disease, for a total casualty count of 239 Men Dead !

BA Harvard College Graduate Educated : A.M.; LL.B.1845,1907.

Ran but Defeated as Candidate for Mass. Governor election of 1880 under the Greenback Party !

Later Retired and moved to California.

Died on Jan.9,1908 at his daughter Elizabeth and son-in-laws home in Santa Barbara,California of whom was a Rear Admiral Bowman H. McCalla Retired US Navy . Whom was the famous REAR ADMIRAL McCALLA,. Born in Camden, New Jersey, Then during the Civil War McCalla was appointed midshipman November 30, 1861. Where McCalla's courage and leadership during his career often earned him great, and due, respect among his fellow officers. The GREAT FIGHTER ; Leader of First American Expedition in Boxer Campaign, who Died of Apoplexy in California. DECORATED BY MONARCHS ! Showed Gallantry In Spanish War & Rewarded by US Congress--died in 1910.

Fine Cabinet Card Photo Monogrammed and marked front and back by the Photograph studio of Schumaker,from 107 North Spring Street Los Angeles,California.

Dimensions are 4 1/4 inches wide by 6 1/2 inches high.

Comes complete with Original Photo,Muster in and out copy,One and a Half page copies of Regimental History of movements and Battle Engagements throughout the Civil War from start to end, and copy of Newspaper Obituary !

Photo and front studio card condition is excellent , but cabinet card backing has a horizontal crack just starting to form 1 inch down from the top. This will be fine once it is held tight behind glass in your frame of choice. Mentioned for honesty and accuracy as not to blame on shipping.

I will ship tightly between 2 pieces of cardboard and bubble wrapped inside a US Priority Box for safe shipping.

Item ID: 1566

1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.

1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.
1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Colonel "Horace Binney Sargent" Photo.

Post War Photo of Brevetted General from 1st Massachusetts Civil War Cavalry Cabinet Photo of "Horace Binney Sargent" wearing his G.A.R. Lapel Pin ! Circa 1900.

Has another 2 color round Device or Button next to GAR lapel pin which I haven't been able to identify on this photo?

Mustered in as 1st Mass. Cavalry Lt. Colonel of Companies F & S in 1861. Wounded once at Henderson Hill,Louisiana on March 21,1864. Wounded at least twice and Survived to Muster out as the Colonel of the Regiment in 1865.

Regimental Loses were 6 Officers and 93 enlisted men Killed and mortally wounded and another 140 enlisted men to disease, for a total casualty count of 239 Men Dead !

BA Harvard College Graduate Educated : A.M.; LL.B.1845,1907.

Ran but Defeated as Candidate for Mass. Governor election of 1880 under the Greenback Party !

Later Retired and moved to California.

Died on Jan.9,1908 at his daughter Elizabeth and son-in-laws home in Santa Barbara,California of whom was a Rear Admiral Bowman H. McCalla Retired US Navy . Whom was the famous REAR ADMIRAL McCALLA,. Born in Camden, New Jersey, Then during the Civil War McCalla was appointed midshipman November 30, 1861. Where McCalla's courage and leadership during his career often earned him great, and due, respect among his fellow officers. The GREAT FIGHTER ; Leader of First American Expedition in Boxer Campaign, who Died of Apoplexy in California. DECORATED BY MONARCHS ! Showed Gallantry In Spanish War & Rewarded by US Congress--died in 1910.

Fine Cabinet Card Photo Monogrammed and marked front and back by the Photograph studio of Schumaker,from 107 North Spring Street Los Angeles,California.

Dimensions are 4 1/4 inches wide by 6 1/2 inches high.

Comes complete with Original Photo,Muster in and out copy,One and a Half page copies of Regimental History of movements and Battle Engagements throughout the Civil War from start to end, and copy of Newspaper Obituary !

Photo and front studio card condition is excellent , but cabinet card backing has a horizontal crack just starting to form 1 inch down from the top. This will be fine once it is held tight behind glass in your frame of choice. Mentioned for honesty and accuracy as not to blame on shipping.

I will ship tightly between 2 pieces of cardboard and bubble wrapped inside a US Priority Box for safe shipping.

Item ID: 1566

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