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Object Name GLOVE
Catalog Number 0985.13.00297
Description This is a left handed glove made of black kid leather with three lines of white cotton thread stitching on the knuckles, and a plain cuff. The underside has a single button and there is a hole in palm and ring finger. Overall, this glove is very desiccated.
Dimensions W-3 L-7.25 inches
Owned Walter Herron Taylor
Owner Regiment AAG, Provisional Army of Virginia
AAG, Gen. Robert E. Lee
ADC, Gen. R. E. Lee
Event Death and burial of Robert E. Lee, 1870
Provenance This is a glove worn by Colonel Walter H. Taylor when he served as a pallbearer at the burial of General Robert E. Lee in 1870.
People Taylor, Walter Herron
Lee, Robert E.
Subjects mourning
Funeral rites & ceremonies
Burials
Accessories
Gloves
Clothing & dress
Garments