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Samuel Bloomer served in Company B of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. He was the regiment's color sergeant, and after the war was deeply involved in civic life and the Grand Army of the Republic.
Adam Marty, 1877.
Adam Marty in fire fighter uniform, undated.
Adam Marty's second wife, Augusta Burrow Marty, c.1890.
Adam Marty, second from left at a Grand Army of the Republic event, 1905
Adam Marty with Peter Hall, John Goff, and Charles Lockwood surviving members of the Last Man's Club, c.1917.
Adam Marty in his Grand Army of the Republic uniform, c.1887.
Photograph taken of Adam Marty taken in Philadelphia, c.1864.
Adam Marty wearing a Grand Army of the Republic badge, c.1887.
Adam Marty was a member of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. After the war he became Commander of the Minnesota Department of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR).
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