STEREO VIEW OF UNKNOWN CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S GRAVE AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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View is by Bell & Bros. of Washington D.C. and shows the tomb stone over a mass grave. The image is very clear and the inscription on the stone can easily be read “BENEATH THIS STONE REPOSE THE BONES OF TWO THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVEN UNKNOWN SOLDIERS GATHERED AFTER THE WAR FROM THE FIELDS OF BULL RUN, AND THE ROUTE TO THE RAPPAHANNOCK. THEIR REMAINS COULD NOT BE IDENTIFIED, BUT THEIR NAMES AND DEATHS ARE RECORDED IN THE ARCHIVES OF THEIR COUNTRY, AND ITS GRATEFUL CITIZENS HONOR THEM AS OF THEIR NOBLE ARMY OF MARTYRS. MAY THEY REST IN PEACE. SEPTEMBER A.D. 1866.”

Image is clean with good contrast. Mount is heavy aqua colored stock. The reverse is marked “THE NATIONAL CEMETERY, ARLINGTON, VA.  PHOTOGRAPHED AND PUBLISHED BY BELL & BRO., NO 319 PENN AVE. WASHINGTON D.C.”

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