Absolutely beautiful and rare, Soldier’s Record litho for Levi Jessup of the 100th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. It’s truly amazing to see the skill it took to list all of Levi’s military service on this litho which was all done by hand. Really an insane amount of skill! Levi would muster with Company G in September of 1862. He would be present for duty from the date of his enlistment through May, 1864. The regiment would see action during the Vicksburg Campaign, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta campaign as well as participating in Sherman’s March to the Sea and the Battle of Bentonville. Levi would receive a slight wrist wound at Chattanooga and then a serious wound to the wrist during the Battle of Dallas in May, 1864. The latter wounding would land him in a hospital until November when he would finally return to the regiment. Levi would continue to serve until his discharge in June, 1865. This lists all of the movements and operations in which the regiment was actively engaged as well as Levi’s military service and the history of the regiment, surrounded by a border of all the various Corps badges. Measures 28″ x 18.5″. This does come with copies of Levi’s service records and some research documentation. Beautiful piece.