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CHARLES V. BOND ( AMERICAN 1825-1864)Portrait
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CHARLES V. BOND ( AMERICAN 1825-1864)Portrait of General John Garland, wearing uniform,and Portrait of Harriet, his wife, in black dress,and white head-dress,...

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