Lot 385 of 517:
Two large photographs of Marcus Reno  

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Two photographs featuring Marcus Reno, who served under George Armstrong Custer and arrived too late at the Battle of Little Big Horn


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  • Photograph of Reno in uniform seated in a chair. 49x39.5 cm (19¼x15½").
  • Photograph of Gen. Alfred Torbert & Staff, 1st Cavalry, at James River Mansion, 1864. Among those in the photograph is Marcus Reno.33.5x44.5 cm (13¼x17½").

Modern printings of the photographs of the Cavalry officer who served in the Civil War, and famously under George Armstrong Custer  during the Plains Indian Wars of the 1870's, 

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