Posted by Murrisk on March 11, 2002 at 23:39:51:
In Reply to: For Murrisk posted by MM on March 11, 2002 at 13:08:16:
Owen Flannery's photo was taken in Chicago in 1892. The photographer was Silvius (successor to Brown) of 194 S. Halsted Street. He is dressed in the uniform of the U.S. 4th Cavalry without rank insignia. The figure 4 is displayed on his cap and within an inverted horseshoe on his chest. He is also wearing, suspended from a white dress belt, a tasseled, ligh coloured 'ceremonial apron'which also displays a horseshoe.
Richard Flannery's photo was taken in Scranton, PA. The photographer was Hummler of 328 Lackawanna Avenue. His photo shows more wear and tear, and may be older than 1892. He is wearing a cavalry sergeants's uniform with sabre.