TIPTON STEREOVIEW LOOKING OVER DEVIL’S DEN TO LITTLE ROUND TOP

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Gettysburg battlefield stereoview by William Tipton, captioned “Looking over boulders of Devil’s Den to Little Round Top.”  The photographs, especially the right side photo, have superior clarity.  A man in civilian attire stands at the foreground between the boulders.  The left side photo exhibits some fading along the upper third.  The backside is unmarked with small, light staining along the bottom edge.  The cardstock is crisp and in good condition, with slight bowing.

William Tipton was a native of Gettysburg who started as a wartime apprentice photographer of Charles and Isaac Tyson.   He was a prolific and famed producer of photographs from Civil War battlefields and his stereoviews were especially popular in the 1880s.  [JC]

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