STEREOVIEW OF "OLD ABE" THE WAR EAGLE

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Item Code: 195-123

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This stereoview of the "Old Abe" eagle, the mascot of the 8th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, has a torn corner. The back of the stereoview reads "The Centennial Photograph of "Old Abe," the Live Wisconsin War Eagle, Agricultural Hall, (International Exposition,) Philadelphia 1876." The back features the photographer's name, "J.O. Barrett" and a certification from the Governor of Wisconsin, Harrison Ludington that it is the correct likeness of "Old Abe."

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