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Photo #18697

Last Name: Lee

First Name : Henry

Middle Name: T

Subject's City: Los Angeles

Subject's State: Ca

Subject's County: Los Angeles

Subject's Country:

Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: Fredericks

Photographer's City: NY

Photographer's State: NY

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Type** : CDV

Comments: Henry T Lee (Nee: ) | Los Angeles Ca | 1851-1900 | Comments: I do not have the photo .. only a digital copy Civil War. CDV. ID'd to 4th NY Hvy Arty. A cdv of Captain Henry T. Lee. Captain Lee was mustered September 25, 1861, as First Lieutenant. He became Captain of Company A on January 4, 1865, and was promoted to Major a few months later. According to Kirk, in Heavy Guns and Light (New York, 1890), he went through the war without even a wound, but did receive seven bullet-holes through his clothing at Sutherland's Station. After the war he entered the legal profession, and at the turn of the century was living in Los Angeles. The backmark reads *Charles D. Fredricks & Co., 587 Broadway, New York.*

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