US INFANTRY OFFICER’S “I” JACKET BUTTON FOUND AT REYNOLDS' WOODS ON FIRST DAY’S FIELD AT GETTYSBURG

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Button has plain brass back with shank. Nice dark olive patina. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then National Park Service Museum. [ws]

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