A handful of good Sun Tattoos pictures I located:

Sun Tattoos

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Today was largely a gorgeous sunny day, however I haven’t got a single drop of sun-worshipper’s blood in my veins. I’ve come to appreciate the sunshine for photographic purposes, but I do whatever I can to keep it off my own skin, especially tattooed skin. Thank goodness for sunblock, hoodies, gloves, sunglasses, big black boots, and friendly patches of shade.

Image from page 791 of “Story of the Sherman brigade.The camp, the march, the bivouac, the battle and how “the boys” lived and died for the duration of 4 years of active field service…” (1897)
Sun Tattoos

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Identifier: StoryOfTheShermanBrigade.theCampTheMarchTheBivouacTheBattleAnd
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Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Hinman, Wilbur F
Subjects: Sherman-brigade United States-History-Civil War-1861-1865 Regimental histories Ohio Militia
Publisher: Alliance, O. The author

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the sun -ty-fifth. The Sixty-fourth wasmustered out on the 3rd ofDecember—one hundredand forty-two officers andmen present. The occa-sion was painted byscenes of tempestuous hi-larity comparable in all respectsto those which enlivenedthe camp of the Sixty-fifthThenext day the regimentmarched to Lavaca, andloaded its baggage onlighters for transportationto Indianola. Whilst 1was going on old Content-Jack, the tattooed sailor—whose name was John C.Manson—slipped away andmade the grand nmnof all the sami ls in the town. Jack was an artistic whistler, his imitation of themocking-bird being a really great functionality. Whereverhe went he entertained the saloon-loungers with his whistlingand received many invitations to drink, not one particular of whichS declined. The result was that he got filled to the brim withfire-water. As the boats had been about to begin, Jack appeared inthe offing, describing the route of a rai alternately sing- ing and whistling, in a state of the highest exaltation. The

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