Civil War Soldier Frederick Sampson White. Time-lapse photo-montage of him as a young uniformed Civil War solider, standing, wielding his musket (background) and as an elder Veteran, seated (in the foreground). Photo-Montage of him as a young uniformed Civil War Solider, standing, wielding his musket (background) and as an elder Veteran, seated (in the foreground). An unusual photographic image, employing a time-lapse photo-montage effect, depicting Civil War veteran Frederick S. White seated in a chair and in the background of the same photograph is a superimposed image of him when he was young soldier dressed in his Civil War uniform holding his musket.Manuscript notation on the back: Frederick S. White, Brother of Aaron, (Our Great Uncle) Served in Civil War. Made my drop leaf table. Frederick Samson White was the son of Roderick White and Lucy Blakeslee, born in Kirkland, N.
15, 1862, he enlisted in Company A, 146th New York Volunteers, at Utica, N. And served continuously until July 28, 1865, when the regiment was discharged at Syracuse, N. He received a commission as second lieutenant on the day of his discharge. He was an architect and stair builder in Cleveland, Ohio. The photograph measures 6 ½ x 4 ½ inches mounted on to photographer's heavy card stock mat measuring 10 x 8 inches, photographer's imprint blind stamped in the mat, G.There are a few spots of staining in the image area otherwise in very nice condition. The mat has some soiling, staining and edge wear otherwise still in good condition.
An unusual and very interesting cabinet card, it will be a nice addition to your collection. The item "CIVIL WAR SOLDIER w MUSKET & VETERAN PHOTO-MONTAGE 146th NY Vols Frederick White" is in sale since Tuesday, July 07, 2015.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Vintage & Antique (Pre-1940)\Cabinet Photos". The seller is "mainstreetbooks" and is located in Amherst, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States, to all countries in Europe, to Canada, to Japan, to Australia.