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Unidentified photographer 
Private William P. Haberlin of Battery B, Pennsylvania Light Artillery in uniform with shoulder scales and great coat 
Ambrotype, 1/6 plate, hand-coloured 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-37550 (digital file from original, tonality adjusted) LC-DIG-ppmsca-27550 (digital file from original item), Call Number: AMB/TIN no. 2261 [P&P] AMB/TIN 
William Haberlin, originally from Ireland, who was killed on Dec. 16, 1864, at Nashville, Tennessee.
Handwritten poem found with photograph:
Now to the field again I'll go,
for the union to defend,
until Jeff Davis is made to know,
his kingdom is about to end.
And now if I would not live,
to hear f[r]eemen shout for joy,
this miniature to you I give,
in memory of a soldier boy.
William P. Haberlin.

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