SOUVENIR CARD FROM THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MUSEUM

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Item Code: M25347

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Image on card features the “Gettysburg National Museum” which was also the home of the Electric Map.  It was owned by the Rosensteel family which held the collection of Gettysburg artifacts and would eventually become the NPS Visitors Center and Museum. This scene shows the parade for the original Longstreet monument dedication on July 2, 1941, with General Longstreet’s widow in attendance.

Made of heavy cardstock, each measures 2 ½” x 3 ½”. Excellent condition.

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