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GRANT AND HIS STAFF—DURING THE FINAL CAMPAIGN

Just as the veterans in Blue and Gray were lining up for the final struggle—before Petersburg, June, 1864—this photograph was taken of the future victor, at his City Point headquarters, surrounded by his faithful staff. They are (from left to right, sitting) Colonel John A. Rawlins, Adjutant-General; Colonel C. B. Comstock, A. D. C.; Lieutenant-

General U. S. Grant; Major M. M. Morgan, Chief Commissary; Colonel Ely S. Parker, Military Secretary; Colonel O. E. Babcock, A. D. C.; (standing) Captain Henry Janes, Quartermaster for Head-quarters; Captain William S. Dunn, A. D. C.; Major Peter Hudson, A. D. C.

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