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    War for the Union Stereo Views: Antietam and Petersburg Casualties. Four views, all on orange mounts. 1) E. & H. T. Anthony view captioned on verso: "Rebel Artillery Soldiers, killed in the Trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the Solders 'Fort Damnation,' at the storming of Petersburgh, Va. April 2nd, 1865." Worn mount with soiling. 2) Taylor & Huntington view titled "Dead Rebel Artillery Soldier, Petersburg, Va., April 2, 1865." Heavy wear to mount, minor loss to two corners of albumen. 3) Taylor & Huntington view titled "The 'Sunken Road' at Antietam." Very fine. 4) Taylor & Huntington view titled "Dunker Church, Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862." Light wear to mount.

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    17th Saturday
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