George H. Good served in three Pennsylvania units during the war: the 19th, 90th, and 202nd Infantry regiments, rising to 2nd Lieutenant in September 1864. He was Sergeant, Company C of the 90th Infantry when he was wounded in his left thigh at Antietam on 17 September 1862.

After the war he was one of the first letter carriers in Allentown and was a salesman at the C. A. Dorney Furniture Company for 30 years. The sales piece seen here is typical of the period of George’s employ with them.

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