FRAMED MAINE GAR GROUP PHOTO

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Originally $95.00

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Item Code: 846-17

Black and white image meas. approx. 9.50 x 7.50 inches and is attached to a gray mount approx. 13.50 x 10.50 inches.

The subject is a group of about 50 members, and a few wives, of a GAR post from Maine. All the men wear dark suits and slouch hats. Several hats sport “GAR” wreaths and letters and almost everyone is wearing a GAP lapel button and a small spry of flowers. A few men have GAR membership badges visible also. There are no markings on the image but one man is wearing a white ribbon that is clearly marked “MAINE.”

The image comes in the original wood frame with applied carved wood decoration at corners and mid-point of each side. Two corner pieces have gone missing but their outline is present if restoration is desired.

Image is clear with good contrast. Reverse is blank with some light surface stains that DO NOT show through on the front.  [ad]

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