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Campaign Uniform Field Line Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates 1861-1866

Order Code: OGDEN-1890-CAMP-NCO Category:

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Henry A. Ogden, (1856-1936) was an American illustrator, particularly of historical and military subjects. At the age of 17, he began work with Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper. This allowed him to travel extensively around the United States and Europe. Ogden’s interest in early America and the Revolutionary War led him to his most ambitious project, to record the uniforms of the United States Army. Between 1890 and 1907, various sections of Uniforms of the United States Army” were published. The Quartermaster General of the army was so impressed with Ogden’s work that he commissioned the artist to prepare designs depicting five soldiers of different rank. In 1890, the first forty-seven plates were published, and subsequent plates covered the period from 1898 up to 1907. We are excited to offer original images of Ogden’s work.

Size: 14.5 x 12 inches
Print Maker: Henry Ogden
Condition: Very Good
Medium: Chromolithography
Year: Circa 1890

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