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    Taylor & Huntington Stereo View Collection with Bonus. Twenty-four stereo views on orange mounts, part of "The War for the Union" series first published by E. & H. T. Anthony. These were re-published by Taylor & Huntington of Hartford circa 1890 using the original negatives. The titles include: The Slaughter Pen at Gettysburg, Union Dead at Gettysburg, On the Battlefield at Gettysburg, General Meade's Headquarters at Gettysburg, A Field Hospital Scene (Savage Station), General Grant's Council of War, General Sherman and Staff, Crew of the Original "Monitor" on her Deck, The Original "Monitor" after her Fight with the "Merrimac", Unburied Dead on Battlefield (Gaines' Mills), Confederate Fortifications Yorktown Va., Cowan's (First N.Y.) Battery before Petersburg Va., Fifteen-inch Gun in Battery Rodgers on the Potomac, The Siege of Yorktown Va., One Reason why we did not go to Richmond (Fort Darling, loss to albumen), The Siege of Yorktown Va., Army Blacksmith and Forge Antietam Sept. 1862, Pontoon Bridge Opened for Steamers, Three "Johnnie Reb" Prisoners (Gettysburg), "It is the Bean We Mean so white and clean", McLean's Home Where Lee Surrendered, untitled view of dead horses behind a farm house, Interior of Fort Sedgwick, Slave Pen Alexandria Va., and "Wheeler's N.Y. Battery coming into action, Battle of Gettysburg" by Jarvis, after a painting, on buff mount. Some choice images. Condition varies, but generally exhibiting light wear and soiling commensurate with age.

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    September, 2016
    17th Saturday
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