Regimental Color | Civil War :: New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
106th Regiment NY Volunteer Infantry Regimental Color. Manufactured by Tiffany & Company from New York City, the richly embroidered regimental color carried by the 106th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry includes the Arms of the State of New York, complete with numeric designation in the upper ribbon, surrounded by 14 battle honors commemorating the regiment’s service throughout 1863 and 1864.
Flank Marker | Civil War :: New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
40th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry National Colors. On July 3, 1861, New York City Mayor Fernando Wood with additional representatives from the Union Defense Committee presented a stand of colors, including the silk national color seen here, to the 40th New York Volunteers. The regiment was then known as the “Mozart Regiment” after the Mozart Hall faction within the Democrat Party that propelled Wood into office. Colonel Edward Riley gratefully accepted the flags.