Private L.C. Burns from 2nd Georgia Infantry Regiment, D Compnay
Above and Below: US Model 1912 cotton blouse for Private L.C. Burns of 2nd Georgia Infantry
Above and Below: The enlisted man’s disk on the right-side color is marked GA, which is the abbreviation for the State of Georgia. The 2 crossed rifles and D signify 2nd Georgia Infantry Regiment, D Company
Below: A mark on the interior of the blouse also for 2nd Georgia Infantry Regiment, D Company. If you notice on the bottom of the pocket, there is a handwritten mark for L C BURNS. This seems to be Lawrence C. Burns
Below: Lawrence C. Burns Draft Registration. It notes that he had prior service and is at the time of this document, married with a daughter
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