Sixth Plate Ruby Ambrotype of Private Horace Brown - Co. E, 10th New Hampshire

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Sixth Plate Ruby Ambrotype of Private Horace Brown - Co. E, 10th New Hampshire

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Item No. SQ4880514

This is a nice 1/6 plate ruby ambrotype of an identified Union private. He is Private Horace Brown of Company E, 10th New Hampshire Volunteers. Brown, who resided in Wilmot, New Hampshire, was twenty-six years old when he enlisted in the summer of 1862. The 10th would go on to participate in battles such as Fredericksburg, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg. Brown is listed as having died of disease on November 3, 1864, at Point of Rocks, Virginia. The ambrotype is quite clear and crisp. Brown’s cheeks are lightly tinted and the “E” badge is visible on the top of his forage cap. The image is housed in a full leather case with hook-and-eye closure.

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