Tintype of Creed Miller, an African American soldier belonging to the Kentucky 107th Regiment, Company E (and later Company C). The tintype is encased in a copper scrolled frame with an oval window within a red velvet-lined, brown leather box. The tintype depicts Creed from the waist up in a dark overcoat, white collared shirt and bow-tie. His hair is styled and parted to the side. His miltary identification pin is fastened to the red velvet fabric on the interior of the case. The pin is a silver five pointed star with "C. MILLER/ Co. E/ 107/ USCT" engraved at center. The front and back of the case is brown leather with detailed scroll work consisting of vines and flowers. The case stays closed with a metal hook and eye closure.