1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
1860s CDV Photos Civil War Missouri Iowa Minnesota Sewing Machine Advertising
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Lot of six original CDVs, as shown, including a couple of ID's. Lewis N. Smith of Hastings, Minnesota and Charles M. Howe of Auburn, New York.

Smith was a soldier in the Civil War, serving in Co. C, 5th Massachusetts Infantry. Apparently he was wounded in action, because I found an "Army Invalid" certificate for him online. 

Photographers / cities are: J.S. Doan, Vinton, Iowa; Landy, Cincinnati, Ohio; Harter's, Auburn, NY; Mitchell's, in St. Joseph, Missouri (where outlaw Jesse James lived when he was killed), and O.T. Johnson's, Hastings, MN.

All CDVs are approximately 4" x 2.5" and in very good or better antique condition.