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    Mathew Brady CDV- Comte de Paris Near Yorktown, May 1, 1862, along with the Duc de Chartres (his brother), Prince de Joinville and friends. This photo, taken by James F. Gibson, is likely No. 357 in Brady's Photographic Views of the War and shows a copyright by Bernard & Gibson in 1862 on the front. The back is not preprinted but has the pertinent information written in pencil. The photo, which shows five gentlemen seated at a table playing dominoes, was taken at Camp Winfield Scott and is in near excellent condition. Louis-Philippe Albert D'Orleans, Comte de Paris was an historian and journalist who volunteered to serve as a Union Army officer and was on the staff of Major General George McClellan, commander of the Army of the Potomac. His history of the war is a standard reference work.

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    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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