BRADY PHOTO OF OFFICERS IN CAMP

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Item Code: P12718

This is a framed and matted albumen photograph of four officers in front of a Sibley tent. Frame measures 13 ¾” x 11 ½” and the actual image measures approximately 5 ½” x 4 ½”.  The officers are accompanied by their colored servant. The group is directly in front of a Sibley tent with another A-frame tent to the right. A Sibley tent stove is set up at the door of the A-frame tent. There is quantity of camp paraphernalia to be seen in this photo. Other tents visible in background. Old pen & ink caption under the image reads “What do I want? John Henry”.  This image is clear and has excellent content.   [jet]

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