DRIED FLOWERS FROM THE BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 1054-2272

A pair of scrapbook album pages, one with dried flowers attached, the other with dried leaves. Each page measures approx. 6 ¼” x 7 ¾”. The page with dried flowers has one full flower and the partial remains of 3 others, some of which have been lost to time.  Period pencil caption reads, “From Little Round Top, Gettysburg / May 14, 1867”.

The second page features dried leaves, a handful of which are missing, leaving their outline behind. In period pencil at top right is “Nov. 1868”; they may also be from Gettysburg, though no location is given.  [ld]

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