STEREO VIEW OF 2ND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 2021-1147

Stereo card has a yellow mount with “Artistic Stereo Gems of Gettysburg Scenery” on one edge and “W.H. Tipton, Gettysburg, PA.” on the other .

Image is of the monument to the 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry which stands on Seminary Ridge near Meade’s Headquarters on the battlefield at Gettysburg. The monument depicts a soldier loading his carbine.

Mount and photo have light to moderate surface dirt. Clarity and contrast are good.

Reverse is blank but does have some ink two ink spots.

The 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Colonel Richard Butler Price. It brought 575 men to the field, and suffered no casualties.

The 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry was involved in 39 battles and skirmishes during the war losing 8 officers and 245 men killed, died of wounds and disease.     [ad] [ph:L]

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