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Iver Sorlie Johanneson

Iver Sorlie Johanneson | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Quarter-length oval studio portrait of Iver J. Sorlie [as written on the photograph backing; also written as Iver Johaneson on Descriptive Rolls, Volume 20 and published roster: Wisconsin Volunteers: War of the Rebellion (1914); also as Iver Johanneson on published roster: Rosters of Wisconsin Volunteers, Volume 1 (1886)], a private in Company K, 15th Wisconsin Infantry. The following information was obtained from the Regimental and Descriptive Rolls, Volume 20: He resided in Winneshick, Iowa. On February 11, 1862, he enlisted in Winneshick, Iowa and on February 11, 1862, and on November 22, 1864, he was mustered into service in Madison, Wisconsin at the age of 47. [On the photograph backing it states that he was wounded in the knee at the battle near Stone River, Tennessee.] He was discharged on December 24, 1862, at Nashville, Tennessee for disability.
DESCRIPTION
Quarter-length oval studio portrait of Iver J. Sorlie [as written on the photograph backing; also written as Iver Johaneson on Descriptive Rolls, Volume 20 and published roster: Wisconsin Volunteers: War of the Rebellion (1914); also as Iver Johanneson on published roster: Rosters of Wisconsin Volunteers, Volume 1 (1886)], a private in Company K, 15th Wisconsin Infantry. The following information was obtained from the Regimental and Descriptive Rolls, Volume 20: He resided in Winneshick, Iowa. On February 11, 1862, he enlisted in Winneshick, Iowa and on February 11, 1862, and on November 22, 1864, he was mustered into service in Madison, Wisconsin at the age of 47. [On the photograph backing it states that he was wounded in the knee at the battle near Stone River, Tennessee.] He was discharged on December 24, 1862, at Nashville, Tennessee for disability.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:87557
Creation Date:
Creator Name:Jenson Bros.
City:Albert Lea
County:
State:Minnesota
Collection Name:Oberst Heg og hans gutter photographs, circa 1862-circa 1920
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:PH 2361 1/113
Original Dimensions:3.75 x 6.25
SUBJECTS
Suits (Clothing)
Civil War, 1861-1865
Portraits
Soldiers
Beards
Indoor photography
Men
Moustache
Portrait photography
War casualties

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