STEREOVIEW LOOKING INTO THE SOLDIERS NATIONAL CEMETERY FROM THE TOWER THAT ONCE STOOD ON EAST CEMETERY HILL

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Image is mounted on a plain unmarked bright yellow card.

The view is looking up the patch way that leads from the Baltimore Pike into the Soldier’s National Cemetery. Visible along the pathway are several monuments with the statue of General John F. Reynolds at left and in the distance is the Soldier’s National Monument.

Contrast and clarity are very good. Paper is also in nice condition.

Faded printed caption at bottom reads “GENERAL VIEW OF NATIONAL CEMETERY.”

Reverse is blank. [ad] [PH:L]

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