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    Four Stereo Cards From The War For the Union Series. Including: 1) No. 552 "Dunker Church, Antietam, Sept. 17. 1862". Published by Taylor & Huntington, Hartford, Connecticut. Ink annotation "552" on the lower left of the left image; small area of loss on the interior edge of the right image, otherwise very good condition. 2) No. 568 "Where Sumner's Corps Charged at Antietam". Published by The War Photograph & Exhibition Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Minor chips to the mount else very good. 3) No. 726 "Confederate Dead on the Battlefield". Published by Taylor & Huntington, Hartford, Connecticut. A sharp image with minor wear to the edges of the mount, otherwise excellent condition. 4) No. 740 "Hospital at Fredericksburg, Va., May, 1864". Published by The War Photograph & Exhibition Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Bright, sharp image in excellent condition.

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    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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