STEREOVIEW OF GENERAL MEADE’S HEADQUARTERS AT GETTYSBURG

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This stereoview is numbered 259 and features a view of General Meade’s Headquarters on the Gettysburg Battlefield. It was produced by The War Photograph & Exhibition Company”. Reverse of card gives a description of the image and the photography company.

Image is mounted on tan stock. Left edge is labeled, “1861 THE WAR FOR THE UNION 1865”. Right is labeled, “1861 PHOTOGRAPHIC WAR HISTORY 1865”. Image is very clear. Some light surface dirt is present, and a vertical streak on the left.  [SL]

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