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    FIELD WHERE GENERAL REYNOLDS FELL, GETTYSBURG (No. 37). An iconic image from the war's most important battle, Union dead from the first day's fight lie where they fell in the July sun. The absence of shoes on the men testify that their bodies were searched by their Confederate counterparts and all things valuable had been removed. Mount measures 12.5 by 10.5 inches and the 9 by 6.75 inch image is in excellent condition and has wonderful clarity. Dated 1866 and noted "Negative by T. H. O'Sullivan" and "Positive by A. Gardner..." with the date taken: "July, 1863." Another particularly historic photograph.

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    December, 2010
    11th Saturday
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