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Lt. Charles O. Hallett of the Famous Black 54th Regiment Massachusetts in "Glory" 1864 Autograph Letter Signed
April 15, 1864-Dated Civil War Period, Autograph Letter Signed, "Chas. O. Hallett," served as a White officer in the historic 54th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry the first African-American Black Soldier Unit as featured in the movie "Glory", Choice Extremely Fine.
Charles Olmsted Hallett, Private, 2d Mass. Infantry, May 25, 1861. Reenlisted, Dec. 30, 1863 as Sergeant. Captain Charles Olmsted Hallett, served in the 54th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. The "Brave Black Regiment," as the unit was popularly known after the Civil War, was featured in the movie "Glory." This being an original Civil War Period Autograph Letter beautifully written and Signed by Lt. Charles O. Hallett, measuring 7.75" x 9.75" on fresh clean high quality period linen paper, at Boston. In this letter, Hallett thanks Benjamin Baker of Brookline, Massachusetts for a wonderful new military Uniform presented to him by Baker and "other gentlemen of Brookline (MA.)". What makes this letter special is that it was written and sent just as Hallett was volunteering to join the Black soldiers of the 54th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. The 54th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that saw extensive service in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The unit was the first African-American regiment organized in the northern states during the Civil War. This historic Regiment was made famous by the movie "Glory". Authorized by the Emancipation Proclamation, the regiment consisted of African-American enlisted men commanded by white officers. Hallett later served in the 103rd United States Colored Infantry. Accompanied by a copy of Hallet's military history and image from a carte de visite, together with the unit history of the Mass. 54th,
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