1864 American (Pennsylvania) Side drum at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "This side drum from the 1860s bears a stenciled eagle design that was typical of the thousands of instruments produced for use by the Union army during the Civil War. The eagle is painted on a blue field, which means it was used in the Infantry, and a banner held in the eagle's beak bears the words REG: U.S. INFANTRY."
Uniform Coat worn by Captain Willis Wilkinson (Charleston, SC) of Company C, 1st Regiment, South Carolina Regulars. Wilkinson later served on General Henry Heth’s Division Staff in the Army of Northern Virginia. Charleston Museum