Guidon of the 3rd O.V.I.   Save
Guidon of the 3rd O.V.I.
Description: Display of a guidon of the 3rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry with Civil War-era weapons, ca. 1870 to 1890. A guidon is a military standard carried by a company or platoon to signify the corp affiliation and the unit designation. It may signify the title of the individual who carries it. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL03572
Subjects: Flags--Ohio; Ohio History--Military Ohio
Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)