PAPER PHOTO OF GETTYSBURG’S EVERGREEN CEMETERY GATEHOUSE JUST AFTER THE BATTLE

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Image is half of an unmounted stereo view that has been put inside of a sixth-plate union case.

A close look at the famous gatehouse reveals several windows have been broken by bullets, shrapnel or flying debris. There is also a good bit of chipping to the brick work near the top of the buildings arch. At right is a man wearing a light duster and hat. Also, standing just inside the arch of the gateway, is a soldier. To the left of the gateway is a small white fence with all kinds of junk piled against it. View was taken looking slightly southwest form the Baltimore Pike.

Image clarity is excellent as is the contrast.

Photo is housed in a union case with the usual scroll decorated brass mat and frame. The case has an exterior decoration of a raised star at center, inside an oval medallion within a square scrollwork border. Case is cracked and one of the lower left corner pieces comes loose from time to time and needs glue.

Still, this is a great image taken not long after the famous battle.  [AD]

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