Colonel Alonzo T. Dargan | History of SC Slide Collection

Col. Alonzo T. Dargan ( -1864), a son of the Darlington County family by that name, was painted by William H. Scarborough (1812-1871) in his Confederate uniform at the beginning of the Civil War. He was killed in action in defense of Richmond in May 1864.

Courtesy of the Collection of the Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina. William Harrison Scarborough, American, 1812-1871. "Colonel Alonzo Dargan," 1841-1864, oil on canvas. Gift of Miss May Dargan, CMA 1951.43.

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