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    Robert E. Lee Water Color Enhanced Albumen Photograph. 7.5" x 10", mounted on a backing board to an overall size of 9.5" x 11".

    This image features Lee posed standing beside a draped table. The image would likely date from Lee's presidency of Washington College (now Washington and Lee). At some point the image was enhanced with watercolor sepia tones. The backing board is soiled and toned and the image has a few scattered worn spots. Taken in full, very good.


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    June, 2008
    29th-30th Sunday-Monday
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