There is a full length picture of Willie Tunnard of the 3rd La. still in his Confederate uniform, I believe just after the close of the war. It shows him in a civilian cap, wearing his army uniform, including a six-button shell jacket, and his knapsack and gear on the floor by is feet. The only problem is I can't remember what book I saw this in. I think it might be a picture book of Louisiana pictures by a LSU or state arhives historian. I think the last name of the author might be East but I'm not sure. The picture is really exceptional, especially for all the gear. If this was typical, Trans-Mississippi Confederates were very well uniformed and supplied at the end of the war.