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C.S. soldier killed in the trenches, at the storming of Petersburgh [sic], Va., April The marks and spots on his face, are blood issuing from his mouth and nose. The wound is in the head, caused by a fragment of shell. 
1865 (ca) 
  
Stereocard 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
LC-USZC4-1850 
  
 
LL/9991 
  
No. 29
Civil War Photograph Collection.
Copyright by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co.
"Photographic History-The War for the Union."
Print from Mathew Brady studio negative; cf. negative LC-B811-3180 or LC-B8184-3180. 
 
 
  

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