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Pair of Henry Austin Ogden (1856-1936) ink on paper drawings describing Union Army soldiers' uniforms, framed together. 1st item: 5th New York Engineer Battalion, signed with initials "H.A.O," lower right, and inscribed "5th N.Y. Engineer Batt.," lower left. Also inscribed "a8609," upper left, and stamper "1910," upper right. 2nd item: 1st New York Volunteer, signed with initials "H.A.O.," lower left, inscribed "1st N.Y. Vol.," lower left. Also inscribed "a8609," upper left, and "1911," upper right. With additional pencil inscription: "1st N.Y. Eng. / Is this the engineer regt.? There were two 1st [illegible] – one a first U. S. Engineers." With respective Collection of David Rockefeller inventory labels affixed to backing along with 2018 Christie's sticker reading "Rockefeller" and two Christie's tags. Housed behind glass in a gilt and ebonized wood frame with ivory mat. Each sight: 8" H x 6" W. Frame: 17 11/16" W x 12 7/8" H.
PROVENANCE: Private South Carolina Collection.
CONDITION: Drawings appear to be in good condition, not examined outside of frame. Frame with minor abrasions and losses.