Adalbert J. Volck

Adalbert J. Volck (1828–1912) was a dentist, political cartoonist, and caricaturist born in Bavaria. He was best known for his support of the Confederacy during the American Civil War, through his political cartoons (below), smuggling items for the Confederate army, and personally assisting President Jefferson Davis by acting as a courier. Volck lived in Baltimore and was a member of the Charcoal Club of Baltimore for whom he created a "ceremonial growler, or beer pitcher."

Volck was also known for his work on porcelain restoration techniques in dentistry.

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by Mason, Emily V. 1815-1909.
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by Bauer, Charles J.
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