|Description||This massive carved oak arm chair has paw feet, zig-zag carvings on the arms, and uprights. The chair has a brass memorial plaque on the back and a two-tone lone star on the seat. The chair is on castors.|
|Dimensions||H-60.5 W-28.5 D-24 inches|
|Owned||Confederate Memorial Literary Society|
|Owner Regiment||Scott's Brigade, Loring's Division, Polk's Corps, Army of Tennessee|
|Made||Allen Wilson, penitentiary cabinet shop|
|Provenance||This arm chair was commissioned as a memorial to Captain G. A. Quinlan, Scott's Brigade, Loring's Division, Polk's Corps, Army of Tennessee. This chair is displayed in the Texas Room of the Confederate Museum as a commemoration of this man's service to the C.S.A. Made at the Texas penitentiary cabinet shop in Huntsville, Texas, under the direction of Mr. Allen Wilson.|
Quinlan, G. A.
Confederate Memorial Literary Society