JENNIE WADE WAR MUSEUM ENVELOPE AND CARD

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Item Code: 532-169

Vintage souvenir of the Jennie Wade House from the early 20th century when the house was a museum that displayed relics from the Civil War.

Card measures 4” x 5 5/8”. Features an image of Jennie Wade and the house. Shows a light water stain at top right. No chips or tears.

Brown paper envelope measures 5” x 7 ¼”. Edges are chipped with small tears.  [sm]

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