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Photograph of General Robert S. Granger and his staff
Photograph of General Robert S. Granger and his staff. Each officer is id'd at the bottom of the image, excepting the ones on the right which I can't quite make out (see close up scan below).
Image measures roughly 3.5" x 2.5" and is in fine condition with wear as shown in the scan. This might have come from a scrap book and is very impressive in person.

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Granger, Robert S., brigadier-general, was born in Zanes- ville, Ohio, May 24, 1816, was graduated at the United States military academy in 1839 and saw his first active service in the Seminole war in Florida, 1840-42. He was subsequently for two years assistant instructor in tactics at West Point, and served in the Mexican war, winning promotion of captain, Sept. 8, 1847. He afterwards served on the Texas frontier and on April 27, 1861, was captured by the Confederate commander on the Texas coast and paroled. While on parole he organized and prepared for the field a brigade at Mansfield, Ohio, and then, being exchanged in Aug., 1862, was commissioned in September brigadier-general of Kentucky troops. He engaged with Confed- erate troops at Shepherdsville, Lebanon Junction and Lawrence- burg, was for his action in the last named battle brevetted colonel in the regular army, and on Oct. 20, 1862, he was com- missioned brigadier-general of U. S. volunteers. He commanded a division and, during 1863, the districts of Nashville and Middle Tennessee successively, and in the first part of 1864 prepared Nashville as a depot of supplies. He then commanded the District of Northern Alabama, and while there captured Gen. Philip D. Roddey's camp, drove Gen. Joseph Wheeler out of mid- dle Tennessee and defended his district against the raid of Gen. Forrest, and Decatur, Ala., against the army of Gen. Hood. He was brevetted brigadier-general in the regular army for these services and was awarded the brevet of major-general U. S. A. for services during the war. He commanded in northern Alabama during the occupation, in 1865, was promoted lieuten- ant-colonel U. S. A., on June l2 of that year; colonel, Aug. 16, 1871, and was placed on the retired list, Jan. 16, 1873. Gen. Granger died in Washington, D. C., April 25, 1894

Source: The Union Army, vol. 8