Lyman M. Baker with a replica of the shelter in which he and two other men lived in Andersonville Prison, found within MS 693 sc, an account of the experiences of Lyman M. Baker in the Union Army and Andersonville Prison, Sergeant, Company H, 93rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry, 3rd Brigade, 6th Division, 17th Army Corps. The account of his army experience was handwritten by his daughter, while that of his capture and prison experiences is in his handwriting. Baker and his family lived in Maine, Illinois, and Iowa. Photograph taken September 10, 1910.
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MS 693 sc, Account of the Experiences of Lyman M. Baker
Civil War, Andersonville Prison, shelter, replica