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CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF CHARLES O’LEARY, M.D., CIVIL WAR SURGEON

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF CHARLES O’LEARY, M.D., CIVIL WAR SURGEON

Cabinet card size is approx. 5 x 7 inches and is of heavy ivory stock. Bottom of mount is signed in period ink, “CHARLES O’LEARY M.D.”. No markings on reverse. Image shows a side-view of… (450-124). Learn More »

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF GEORGE W. REISER, 6th & 20th MASSACHESETTS INFANTRY

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF GEORGE W. REISER, 6th & 20th MASSACHESETTS INFANTRY

Cabinet card measures 4 ¼” X 6 ½”and is of heavy ivory stock. Bottom of mount has photographer’s imprint which reads, “HEBBEL, 321 N. GAY ST. BALTO, MD”. No markings on reverse. Image is a… (450-113). Learn More »

POST WAR CABINET CARD PHOTO OF HARD FIGHTING - THREE TIMES WOUNDED - IRISH BRIGADE OFFICER - GETTYSBURG

POST WAR CABINET CARD PHOTO OF HARD FIGHTING - THREE TIMES WOUNDED - IRISH BRIGADE OFFICER - GETTYSBURG

Image is of Captain Charles M. Granger (also spelled Grainger) who served in both Company B & D of the 88th New York Infantry of the famous Irish Brigade. Card meas. 4.25 x 6.50 inches and shows… (P13536). Learn More »

 GROUP OF IMAGES RELATED TO THE FAMOUS TIPTON FAMILY OF GETTYSBURG

GROUP OF IMAGES RELATED TO THE FAMOUS TIPTON FAMILY OF GETTYSBURG

This is a lot of 11 images all believed to be of members of the William H. Tipton family. William H. Tipton was a local Gettysburg photographer who began his association with the battlefield at the… (365-07). Learn More »

CABINET CARD OF SOLDIERS & SAILORS MONUMENT, BROOKLYN, CT

CABINET CARD OF SOLDIERS & SAILORS MONUMENT, BROOKLYN, CT

Ca. 1888. Measures 4 x 5.875”, against white card.  This monument was sculpted by Karl Gerhardt, who also sculpted the Gouvernor K. Warren statue on Gettysburg’s Little Round Top, as well as the… (635-87). Learn More »


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BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the well-known shop “The Gettysburg Sutler,” who then… (355-39). Learn More »

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