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Engraving, circa 1900s (4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch) of Cyrus Dustan Roys (1836-1915) of Michigan in civilian clothing. Trained as a lawyer he joined the Union forces in 1861 and served in the 1st Michigan Artillery fighting at McIntire's Ford, Capture of Knoxville and Cumberland Gap, Corinth, and Sherman's March. He was on the staff of General Saunders. After the war he became a corporate lawyer and general council, mainly with railroads in the Chicago area.