FRAMED TIPTON IMAGE OF THE COMTE DE PARIS ON LITTLE ROUND TOP IN 1890

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Item Code: 823-03

Image is mounted on gray stock and is in the original wooden frame that meas. approx. 22.75 x 18.75 inches.

The image shows the Comte De Paris on the summit of Little Round Top with the Duc de Uzes, Duc de Orleans, Captain Morhain, Col. de Parseval, Count de Haussonville, Dr. Recamier and the Marquis de Leysterie. All are in civilian clothes and several are holding walking sticks. All have taken their hats off for the camera.

Actual image size is 16.00 x 13.00 and is in very good condition while the frame shows moderate wear along the right edge.

There is a caption printed on the photo that reads “911-COMTE DE PARIS PARTY AT GETTYSBURG OCT. 15 1890.” Under the caption is “LITTLE ROUND TOP” and to one side is the Tipton copyright. The key to the photograph was framed with the photo.

Prince Philippe of Orléans, Count of Paris volunteered to serve on the staff of Major General George B. McClellan and was appointed assistant adjutant general on September 24, 1861. He served for almost a year and distinguished himself during the Peninsula Campaign. He resigned his post on July 15, 1862 and wrote a study of the war that is considered a classic.  [ad]

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