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Album #3 REMLEY1864 Remley Family Photo Album
Album wine coloured leather, no clasps, book format
Civil War photo album, full leather with twenty-five pages, done as a book without a clasp, 6 by 7.75", pages 6 by 7.25", holding 48 vintage, original albumen photographs on CDV and two ninth plate tintyped in paper frames. The album was presented and signed by Capt. Joseph R. Remley to his wife, Margaret R. ("Maggie R.") Capt. Remley served with the 163rd Ohio Regiment (National Guard). The second image is of his wife, the next image is of William T. Cunningham, who later was a captain with the 40th Ohio Infantry, and the other uniformed soldier is Thomas McGuire, who was married to Mrs. Remley's sister. McGuire served in the 163rd under his brother-in-law and died near the end of the war of dysentary. All the remaining photos are of Civil War period and all from Ohio. Remley was from Mansfield, Ohio, and other towns represented are Ashland, Wooster and several from Cincinnati.
Surnames: Remley, McCrim, Cunningham, Broadwell, Rider, Traylor, Igasham?, Hopkins, Mason, Haines
Inscription: Mrs. Maggie R Remley’s Album. Presented Sept 17th. 1864 by Captn. J R R
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