Civil War
Veteran Reunions-UCV
Ticket-Sons of Confederate Veterans Ball 1905
Item #: NEW-0016623

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This ticket was issued by the Sons for a ball for the sponsors and maids of honor for the Louisville Reunion in 1905.  The back reads "dancing floor restricted to those in uniform or full evening dress."  A little dingy

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UCV Reunion Program-1911 Little Rock Ark
Item #: NEW-0016595

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This small program measures 8 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches.  This was issued by the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company of Texas, Cotton Belt Route.  Slight wear.

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Macon Ga UCV Reunion Parade Snapshots
Item #: NEW-0016522

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These small snapshots measure 4 X 3 inches which were taken during the 1912 National United Confederate Reunion. They were removed from an album but unfortunately two were pasted back to back on the black paper and I don't know of a way to removed them.  The other two are also fixed together but one of the photos is only of a couple of Maconites.  One snapshot has good clarity but there is a white circle in the photo in the street. Signage for Sublers Company.  The men shown appear to be the dignitaries.  On the back of this photo is another parade shot but there is a bleached out area covering the left side.  See scan. The third snapshot has good clarity.  

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UCV Reunion Ribbon Lot-Tn Centennial Exposition-1897
Item #: NEW-0016195

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This lot of eight ribbons were found together in a family estate.  The United Confederate Veterans held their national convention in Nashville in conjunction with the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.  The colorful ribbons is not rare but it is usual to find one in this good condition.  There is a darkish area in the mid left hand area which I think is just smut.  The Frank Cheatham Bivouac is the rarest ribbon in this grouping. I have never seen another First Tennessee Lawn Fete.  Bless the one who saved all of these ribbons.  The Tennessee Centennial Exposition brochure was with the grouping and it is an uncommon item. The duplicate ribbon is the Army Comfort Circle.

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Tn Centennial Exposition-UCV Reunion-1897-Nashville
Item #: NEW-0016114

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Nice clean example of a souvenir badge for the attendees of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition which was held in Nashville in 1897.  This item was made for the United Confederate Veterans Reunion which was held in conjunction with the Expo. Complete with pin.  Measures two and a quarter inch long.

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Gen John B Gordon-UCV Button-Macon 1912
Item #: NEW-0016105

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Inch and a half celluloid. There is something on the celluloid rim.  You can feel it and I'm guessing it is glue staining where perhaps someone tucked the celluloid under the metal rim. This does not show from the front.

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Macon UCV Reunion Button
Item #: NEW-0016091

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The celluloid part of this button measures one and a half inches.  Good condition.

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Macon Volunteers Badge-Macon's Centennial
Item #: NEW-0016090

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This badge measures 3 and 1/4 inches long.  The middle is celluloid.  The badge was made for Macon's Centennial in 1925.  This historic group was organized in 1825 and many of the members participated in the Civil War.

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Delegate UCV Reunion Pin-Macon Ga-1912
Item #: NEW-0016089

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This is a celluloid flag worn by a delegate at the Macon reunion.  Pin measures 2 1/5 of an inch in good condition. 

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Macon UCV Reunion-Nashville-Chattanooga-St Louis RR Brochure
Item #: NEW-0016085

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Great condition on this Railroad brochure which advertises the Battlefields Routes, hoping to encourage the old vets to come to Macon on their railroad. The United Confederate Veteran Reunion was held in Macon in 1912.  Beautiful condition on this item which includes a form letter with a decorative mast head that came inside the brochure. 

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UCV Reunion-Macon Ga-Gorgeous Envelope
Item #: NEW-0016083

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Legal sized envelope with beautiful graphics.  Confederate Veterans Reunion-1912.  They don't make them like this anymore.  Creasing on top right hand side and smaller one on bottom left corner.

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Confederate Veterans Reunion-Macon-Graphic Letterhead
Item #: NEW-0016066

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Two pages on this beautiful masthead.  The writer is not identified but it is two pages to "My dear old girl".  He is bemoaning the fact that his loved one is marrying another.  The content is sad and poignant.  The author is clearing a member of the Executive Committee.  The Macon Reunion was held in 1912.  

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Photo-Macon Ga-Civil War Vets-Posed with Cannon
Item #: NEW-0016053

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This is a great sepia mounted photograph which measures 10 X 8 inches. It is in excellent condition.  It is likely that the photo made  by L.S.Hill of Macon Ga during the 1912 Confederate Reunion in Macon.  It came with a UCV certificate of Thomas L Massenburg so I imagine he is one of the men pictured.  Writing on the edge of the flag reads "Jackson's Artillery."  You can see two UCV banners faintly under magnification.  The clarity of the photo is good on the old vets and the store front signage.

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Confederate Reunion-1912-Macon Ga-Souvenir Album
Item #: NEW-0016052

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This is a fifteen page album which measures 7 by 10 inches.  It is made up entirely of photographs, mostly street scenes as the parade moved through.  Album was put together with stables and some of the pages are loose.  The last photo has a corner crease.  This album was personalized to "Miss Bessie Lucile Murrow, Compliments of Walter D. Mershom"

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Etta Hardeman-Flag Carrier-1912 Confederate Reunion-Macon
Item #: NEW-0016046

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This is an unmounted silver print which measures 8 by 7 and a half.  Likely used by a newspaper to publicize the United Confederate Reunion in Macon Georgia.  As you can see the silver is breaking down.  UCV Cavalry Brigade, Ga. Etta Hardeman carried the Confederate flag during the ceremonies.

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Confederate Veteran Photo-Wearing UCV Badges
Item #: NEW-0015947

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Great clarity and content in this mounted silver print (I think).  The photo itself measures 9 and a half by almost 8 inches.  The board on the right side has a big tear, the corners are worn, and other tears where the photo is mounted which has tape over it.  That has not affected the photo at all.  I am able to read the print on the bar which says Huntsville Alabama so that would have been where the ribbon and the R E Lee celluloid was worn in the United Confederate Veterans Reunion.  I don't know who this man is but he looks important. Perhaps someone with a Huntsville program can tell me who he is.

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Unveiling of Confederate Monument-La Grange Ga Postcard
Item #: NEW-0015493

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Rare card from Lagrange Georgia.  Mailed with LaGrange cancel, I believe the year is 1907. Minor wear


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Camp Macon Special-Central of Ga RR-New Orleans Reunion
Item #: NEW-0014669

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This paper item is in very poor condition.  It does have the names of all the participants from Macon who were traveling to the UCV reunion in New Orleans in 1903. Folds, tears, etc.

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1903 Program-The Confederate Veteran Camp of New York
Item #: NEW-0014619

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I had to buy this unusual and rare UCV item from a camp in New York despite the poor condition.  Dingy appearance and large water stains.  Measures a little over six inches by eight and a half.  Ribbon has come apart so it is loose.  The cover shows an image of a badge which must be very scarce.  This was the Thirteenth Annual Banquet which was held in the Waldorf Astoria on January 26, 1903.  The program contains a list of the committee members, the Menu, Toasts, executive committee, and two songs. Here is some other information on this camp found on the web:

http://blog.nyhistory.org/johnny-reb-in-the-big-apple-the-confederate-veteran-camp-of-new-york/

Though most war-weary Confederate soldiers returned home following Lee’s surrender, not all had the ability or interest to recover their lives in the South. Founded in 1890, the Confederate Veteran Camp of New York provided a community for the former boys in gray who were living in New York City after the Civil War. By 1893, the camp had approximately 300 members. According to the organization’s 1903 constitution and by-laws, the purpose of the camp was to, "perpetuate the memories of our fallen comrades, to minister to the wants of needy and worthy Confederate soldiers and sailors, and to preserve and maintain the sentiment of fraternity that was born amid the pleasures, hardships, and dangers of the march, bivouac, and battlefield.”




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Souvenir Program-UCV-1903 Annual Reunion-New Orleans
Item #: NEW-0014512

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This program measures 9+ by 8 inches and is 31 pages long with many illustrations.  As can be seen in the scan it has many condition problems so study the scans carefully.  Complete but with water stains on the bottom borders of the interior pages.  Am selling for less than I paid for it.

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Leonidas Polk-1889 Reunion-Army of Tennessee-Program
Item #: NEW-0014385

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Beautiful graphics on this program for the 12th United Confederate Veterans Reunion which was held in New Orleans. The program opens up to show the menu (Rations) and the other side the program of speakers.  As can be see in the scan, in addition to the minor wear, there is a dingy appearance which is most pronounced around the edges.  I believe it is acidic staining rather than dirt since I could not erase it. There is also a very light vertical crease through the program. At any rate I think the beautiful color lithography trumps the other problems and these programs are quite scarce.     

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3-D Ribbon-UCV-UDC Convention-S C Palmetto Leaf
Item #: NEW-0014341

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The only thing I know about this ribbon is that it came in an envelope with the following written on it, "Badges worn by Tennie P Dozier at UDC convention at Charleston S C"  Her husband was N B Dozier of Franklin Tenn which is also on the envelope.  N B Dozier was a Confederate Veteran and his wife was very active in UDC as well as other organizations.  I believe this is from an early United Confederate Reunion convention.  Most of the UCV conventions had meetings for the UDC and later ones the sons.  Please view the scan to see the condition of  the ribbon which is entirely intact.

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General Clement A Evans-Parade-Atlanta Georgia Postcard
Item #: NEW-0014265

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This card looks good to the eye but there is a long crease on the right bottom corner and tip wear to the other corners.  "Renowned Confederate General Chief of Staff to Governor Hoke Smith-Leading the Inaugural Procession in front of the Columbian Woodmen Building..." Clement of course was a Confederate General

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Ribbon-Tennessee Division-UCV-Richmond-Reunion-1907
Item #: NEW-0014225

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This hand painted item is one of a kind and was made for a Tennessee woman attending the 1907 United Confederate Veterans Reunion in Richmond Virginia.  It is framed and the ribbon measures 32 by 3 and a half inches. I don't know how the ribbon is attached. Note the stains the mid bottom area of the ribbon.  I'm not crazy about the frame but it will of necessity accompany the ribbon which may or may not be able to be re-framed.  It makes a beautiful display and has hung on my wall for many years along with a similar companion ribbon which is also on my site.. Pay Pal will not be accepted on this item but payment plans are available.  If ordered I will refund any excessive charges.

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UCV Hat Pin-Ribbons-Nashville 1904 Confederate Reunion
Item #: NEW-0014217

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This item measures five inches long.  The length of the pin indicates it was for a hat.  Slight bend in the gun barrel on the left.  Fading of ribbon.  See scan. Fraying of the white ribbon at the top which is behind the red ribbon 

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United Confederate Veteran Lot-1916 Reunion-Richmond Va
Item #: NEW-0013714

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This listing has three items:

The first iem  is the report of Major-General William E Mickle Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff of the UCV Reunion.  Not very exciting as it is an itemized statement of receipts and expenditures for the year 1916.  Stains on the pages.  This was owned by J L Umberger Co A 4th Virginia Infantry Regiment-Stonewall Brigade. It does lists all the camps that attended. 

The second item is a General Order by Mickle announcing that Memorial Services that would be held.  Vertical fold and stain.

Finally there is a flyer for the Richmond reunion which shows the program.  Some stains on the right edge.       



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Letter-UCV Content-1904 Reunion-Nashville-Harvey Hannah
Item #: NEW-0013709

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Two page typed letter signed by Harvey H Hannah on State of Tennessee Adjutant General letterhead.  Hannah is advising Sam L King of Bristol Tn of a public reception at the State Capitol in honor of the Confederate veterans attending the Nashville Reunion and given by the Governor. He is asking for a $5.00 donation to help cover the expenses.  He closed with,  "Please write me at once, any suggestions that you any wish to offer, for a few words of encouragement to a poor fellow who is trying to run the National Guard on pauper rations, will be like a gentle shower in August, after a long drouth.


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John B Gordon Monument Association-1904 Graphic Lettersheet
Item #: NEW-0013706

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This is a fund raising letter to try and raise funds for the John Gordon Monument.  Two separations at the top fold and another at the bottom fold. Some crumpling at the top right edge area.  This monument was built and is in Atlanta Georgia. W L Calhoun was the Chairman.

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Orphan Brigade-CSA-1915 Postcard-32nd Reunion
Item #: NEW-0013596

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I believe this postcard to be very rare. The card was addressed to Judge Emory Speer, a very important man who joined the 5th Ky Regiment at the age of 16 and went on to become a prominent lawyer, judge, and politician in Georgia.  

The card is in poor condition with numerous creases but is still striking in the graphics.  Features General Breckenridge, Hanson, Hewitt, Helm, Lew, Wright and Buckner.  The reunion was held in Harrodsburg Kentucky.  Thos D Osborne Sec'y Louisville Ky.    

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Macon Ga-Confederate Veterans Reunion1912-Lettersheet
Item #: NEW-0013502

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Beautiful mast head on this letter discussing the housing (tents) for the vets.  Folds with a inch and a half scotch tape strip on the back.

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United Confederate Veterans-Nashville Tennessean-Rotogravure
Item #: NEW-0013230

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The date of the paper insert is October 27th 1929.
 
Full page of groupings of Confederate Veterans assembled for state reunions. Top left:  "Tennessee leaders of the UCV photographed on the front steps of the Methodist church at Union City for their annual state reunion."  Top right:  Rice A Pierce of Union City, elected commander-in-chief of the Tennessee Division.."  Mid left:  "Men who wore the gray and some of their wives and daughters who attended the annual reunion at Union City.:  Mid right:  Confederate veterans of Lawrence county who recently attended a reunion at Lawrenceburg."  Bottom right:  Lee and two of his officers. Bottom right:  "...veterans of the Twentieth Tennessee regiment and of Rutledge's battery, stages their annual joint reunion in Centennial Park."  Folds 

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41st Reunion-Army of Northern Div-Louisiana Div-1916-Program
Item #: NEW-0013044

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RPPC-United Confederate Parade-Chattanooga
Item #: NEW-0012956

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These two cards were purchased together and they look like they go together.  They were not mailed and there is no identifying information on the back.  Minor wear though the left side of the card is lighter than the right side.  Most of the signs in the crowd scene are only partially readable.  The most complete is Templem-Pianos which I assumed was Templeman.  Indeed I was able to find a Templeton Piano store in Chattanooga during this time period. Also visible is a Stonewall Jackson banner.  Someone may be able to identify the band by the costumes. I would welcome any input on these cards.   

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1912-Graphic LH-Macon UCV Reunion-N C & St L Railway
Item #: NEW-0012883

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One page addressed to the UCV Camp Commanders giving them information on the battlefields that can be seen on the Railroad Route.  Folds

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1897 Historical LS-Confederate Survivors-Augusta Georgia
Item #: NEW-0012873

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This is about an early as you can get for a item from the earliest Confederate Veterans association.  The letter is dated April 2, 1897 which is a month after this group organized, later to become The United Confederate Veterans.  It features a medal that I have never seen before and wish I owned.  The letter is addressed to J P Young, a Confederate officer with the Seventh Tennessee Cavalry and author of that regimental history.  The content of the letter is concerning a fair to be held on April 21st through May 1st for the "purpose of raising funds to assist their indigent comrades who are in distress." E J O' Connor, Chairman, C A Withers, W M Dunbar, G W McLaughlin, J W White, N K Butler, F E Eve.  Signed by Butler.  

Please view the scan to see the condition.  Cheap paper has produced some chipping over the years.  There is a crease at the top right hand corner which would probably come apart if I tried to turn it right.  Clipped left had top corner and some staining at the right edge and a ragged hole to the right of that. 

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1898 Ticket-Survivors-Green's Brigade-UCV-Beeville Texas
Item #: NEW-0012857

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This ticket was for admittance to the Harmony club.  Measures four plus by almost three plus inches. Light staining.  See scan.

This information was taken from the website http://www.lsjunction.com/people/green.htm 
   

Thomas Green
(1814-1864)

Green Photo

As a 21-year-old college graduate when he first came to Texas in 1835, Tom Green was no doubt one of the most schooled of all Texans. Over the next twenty nine years in Texas, he would also prove to be one of the most courageous.

Green was born in Virginia on June 8, 1814, but moved with his family to Tennessee at an early age. In his youth, he attended Jackson College in Tennessee and Princeton College in Kentucky before graduating from the University of Tennessee. Then after studying law for about a year, he left Tennessee to join the Texans in their struggle for independence.

In Texas, Green entered the Texas army at Nacogdoches, only a few months before the Battle of San Jacinto. At that historic battle, Green helped man one of the "Twin Sisters" artillery pieces.

In the new Republic, Green served as clerk for the House of Representatives for the first terms of Congress. He was then elected to represented Fayette County in the Fourth Congress.

In addition to these "desk jobs", Green served the Republic in several of its more militant struggles. He participated in several frontier skirmishes with the Indians, and accompanied General Alexander Somervell to Mexico in the ill-fated Somervell Expedition.

In the Mexican-American War, Green raised a company of volunteers and served under Jack Hayes regiment in the taking of Monterrey. He then settled back into a relatively sedate life during the early years of statehood. During that time, he married, began a family, and served as clerk of the Supreme Court of Texas.

Green entered the Civil War as a colonel in the brigade of General H. H. Sibley. Early in the War, the brigade saw service in New Mexico. On January 1, 1863, Green was back in Texas and led the forces on board the two Texas "cottonclads" used in the Battle of Galveston.

After the success at Galveston, Green and his men participated in several major battles in Louisiana, including the Battles of Mansfield and Pleasant Hill in early 1864. Then, on April 12, 1864 at the Battle of Blair's Landing, he was killed at short range by the cannon of a Federal gunboat on the Red River.

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Civil War Veterans' Organizations-Reunions-Badges-Kirkland
Item #: NEW-0012684

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Slim soft bound booklet published in 1991 by Turner E Kirkland, probably the first reference books that was devoted to Union and Confederate Badges and Ribbons, the history of Veterans organizations, camps etc.  There are also momentos pictured from some of the reunions.  34 pages of information and illustrations.

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Song-The Confederate Battle Flag-Benefit Forrest Veteran Scouts
Item #: NEW-0012541

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This is a song or poem written by Captain Thomas Smith for the benefit of Forrest Veteran Scouts.  Mutiple hard folds and one insect hole in the border.  Measures twelve by five and a half inches.

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1907-UCV Reunion Celluloid-Fulton Missouri
Item #: NEW-0012511

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One and a half inch button with paper in the back from Steiner in St Louis.  Nice condition.

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1914-ALS-Confederate General Felix H Robertson-UCV Content
Item #: NEW-0012264

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Two page letter all in the hand of Felix Robertson, written from Crawford Texas where he practiced law.  The letter is addressed to Col. James Koger of Paducha Kentucky.  Robertson is soliciting his support for becoming the next Commander-in-Chief of the United Confederate Veterans in opposition to Bennett Young, who eventually did become the next Commander-in-Chief. Here is part of the content.  "I shall be a candidate before the Richmond Reunion for next Commander-in-Chief.  I shall greatly value your active support and I hop you can give it to me.  I see by the Confederate Veteran that the last meeting of the Tennessee Division endorsed General Young for re-election:  The men who voted for that resolution may not be delegates to Richmond and since each Camp can express its own choice none can claim the State endorsement as finding the delegates against their will.  I have some staunch friends at Owensboro, W T Ellis and Henry Moorman and I hope you will fee at liberty to vote your undivided sentiment against the will be made to bring all Kentucky delegates to vote for General Young since he is a Kentuckian...." The rest of the content is about personal matters.  

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1990 Louisville UCV Reunion-Miniature Celluloid Canteen
Item #: NEW-0011938

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This item measures two inches by one quarter inches.  Features the Daughter of the Confederacy, Winnie Davis.  No cracks in the celluloid. Small area in her hair where the paint is missing. The cork stopper is there.

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1900-UCV Reunion-Louisville-Flat Celluloid Canteen-Winnie Davis
Item #: NEW-0011936

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Beautiful souvenir from the 1900 Louisville UCV reunion.  Nice condition

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Living Confederate Songs-Published by Joseph E Brown UCV Camp
Item #: NEW-0011767

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Small 38 page booklet published in Atlanta Georgia.  Undated and with some damage to the first page as can be seen in the scan. The next three pages have small holes in the top margin as well but the other pages unaffected.  Filled with favorite Confederate songs.  Measures five and a half by three and a half inches.  

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Alabama Confederate Photograph-UCV-Chattanooga Reunion-1913
Item #: NEW-0011749

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Mounted albumen which measures 6 by 4 inches on a trimmed board.  Dressed in his UCV uniform, and identified by ink writing at the bottom of the board.  J L Gentry of Co C 49 Alabama-can't read the rest and part of the ink writing is missing.  "taken at Chattanooga 1913.  I did find a Jefferson L Gentry listed in the 49th Alabama Infantry, Co C.

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Macon Georgia UCV Group Pose-Cross of Honor of a Participant
Item #: NEW-0011711

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This listing contains three items, one a group photograph of Confederate veterans wearing their ribbons and badges.  The men are posed under a Jefferson Davis banner, which unfortunately is not shown in entirety.  The veterans in uniform are holding a Confederate flag.  There is ink writing on the photo and board identifying the owner of the photograph. Also the writing at the bottom reads "All of these men in the Confederate Army with my Father...(flag)..shot to pieces in the War." Also in pencil I can read Macon.There are some pretty severe cracks and creases in the photograph itself.  The board is damaged as well.  I believe all of these defects can be seen in the scan. The first scan is closest to the appearance of the photo.

   Also included in the listing is the Engraved Cross of Honor of Pvt. Samuel G Marsh, Co B, The Brown Rifles, 3rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment.  He is identified in the photograph by an ink arrow. Finally there is a document "Record of Soldier or Sailor in the Confederate or State Service from Georgia" filled out by Marsh. Marsh indicates that he saw action at "Malvern Hill 2nd Mannassas was at Surrender Harper Ferry, Sharpsburg or Antietam, Fredricksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House deep Bottom.  Blow up at Petersburg, Hatchers Run Brista Station Reams Station 2 engagements on Weldon RR 22nd June 64 in front Petersburg and at Culpeper C H besides having been left on picket on evacuating Petersburg and being one of the rear guard of the retreating army we were engaged every day for 8 days fighting more or less every day until the surrender, never was absent from the army..never been inside of a hospital during the war. " Marsh was paroled at Appomattox.  

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1913 Photo-Confederate Vets-Atlanta-Gettysburg Reunion
Item #: NEW-0011645

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Great pose of Confederate Veterans assembled in front of a train in Atlanta.  Only one is uniformed.  Grandfather is written in ink in the middle pointing to the grandfather of a previous owner.  Someone used baking soda on the indentations on the back from a pencil which I was told says 1913 Atlanta  Leaving for Gettysburg.  I can read part of it enough to believe it is what it says.  Looks like other wording as well but I can read it.  Age to the photo as would be expected but the board is in poor condition as can be seen in the scan. The photo was too big for my scanner so the second scan shows the entire damage.  The photo itself measures 8 X 10 inches. Paypal will not be accepted on this item as am selling for what I have in it which involved a partial trade and cash.

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Perfume Bottle-1912 Macon Georgia UCV Reunion
Item #: NEW-0011543

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Unusual souvenir from the Macon 1912 UCV reunion.   A little over three inches tall.  Painted decoration and lettering on the bottle which reads U C V Reunion Macon Ga 1912.  The only flaw is a rather large chunk out of the bottom shown in the scan.  The stopper does have some chipping on the tip.

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24th Mississippi UCV Division-Jackson Miss-Celluloid-Ribbon
Item #: NEW-0011538

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Good look to this item from a State UCV Reunion held in Jackson Mississippi in 1914.  The whole item measures five inches.  The button is large measuring one and 3/4 of an inch.  The celluloid bar looks nice but under strong magnification you can see some tiny spots.  The ribbon has good color but is frayed vertically.  It has been mended part way with acid free, archival tape and over part of that with cotton tape.  The drop presents very well but under strong (10X) magnification you can see tiny spotting. This item came from the family estate of General George Harrison.  United Confederate Veterans.

Shipping Weight: 1.3 lbs
Price: $457.50 USD
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Ky Orphan Brigade Ribbon-Gen Breckinridge
Item #: NEW-0011509

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Six inch ribbon with bar. Color lithograph disc of John Breckenridge, a Kentucky son.  "On to Washington."  Good condition on the ribbon other than a small separation of no consequence.  Folds 

Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
Price: $775.50 USD
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UCV-Biloxi Miss Division-1915-Delegate Ribbon
Item #: NEW-0011243

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This item is from a state reunion which  I believe is scarce.  It was included in a lot of reunion items from General George Harrison's estate that I purchased many years ago.  Harrison is listed in " More Generals in Gray".  Clean look on this item though you see large areas where the lamination process was not perfect. This causes a clear, spotty appearance. There are also some pin prick sized dark dots which may or may not be in the printing.  The button is one and a half inches and the whole badge is not quite four and a half inches.  The reunion was held in 1915 and the button features Jefferson Davis.  The reunion was the 25th Annual Reunion for the Mississippi Division.

George Paul Harrison (March 19, 1841 - July 17, 1922) was a U.S. Representative from Alabama.

Born at "Monteith Plantation," near Savannah, Georgia, Harrison attended Effingham Academy and the Georgia Military Institute at Marietta. During the Civil War entered the Confederate States Army as second lieutenant of the First Georgia Regulars and was successively promoted to first lieutenant, major, colonel, and brigadier general. He moved to Alabama in 1865. He studied law. He was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Auburn, Alabama. He served as member of the constitutional convention of Alabama in 1875. He served in the State senate 1878-1884 and was its president 1882-1884. He served as delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1892.

Harrison was elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-third Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of William C. Oates. He was reelected to the Fifty-fourth Congress and served from November 6, 1894, to March 3, 1897. He resumed the practice of law in Opelika, Alabama. He served as delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1901. He served as general counsel for the Western Railway of Alabama. Division counsel for the Central of Georgia Railway. He died in Opelika, Alabama, July 17, 1922. He was interred in Rosemere Cemetery.




Shipping Weight: 1.2 lbs
Price: $510.00 USD
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