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an old and new photo of a farm with a truck parked in front of it
an empty street with houses and trees on both sides, in the middle of winter
At 404 Baltimore Street is a large sycamore tree that was a witness to the Battle of Gettysburg and many events since the battle. It is located near the corner of Baltimore Street and Lefever Street. The building to the right (east) of the tree was the John Winebrenner House at the time of the battle.
an old black and white photo of a town square
Tipton 4025, View of Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Looking east to York Street (1919)
an old and new postcard showing the same street
THEN & NOW Gettysburg Meade's School
an old black and white photo of a farm
The Blog of Gettysburg National Military Park
Another 1882 view of the field of Pickett's Charge, showing the ground Pettigrew's and Trimble's brigades advanced over. The point known as "The Angle" is in the foreground. NPS
an empty room with a large mural on the wall
Gettysburg Cyclorama - Wikipedia
Gettysburg Cyclorama | Image : Jack Boucher : Library of Congress/HABS
an old black and white photo of a tent in the woods
Gettysburg Sanitary Commission Hospital. There are a few of this perspective. had not bumped into this one from NYPL before, flag in place but no workers in front of the tent.
an empty auditorium with rows of seats and a large carpeted area in the center
The Electric Map at the former Gettysburg Visitors Center
an old photo of people and horses in front of a house
Photo Gallery - CIVIL WAR SAGA
Headquarters of the Sanitary Commission, Gettysburg, PA photographed by Alexander Gardner in 1863. #civilwar
an empty road surrounded by trees in the fall
Gettysburg. Love this.
an old farm house sits in the middle of a field with trees and grass around it
The Bushman Farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
a large red building sitting on top of a lush green field
Daniel Lady Farm, Gettysburg Battlefield
Gettysburg!!
two statues of men with hats on their heads and one holding something in his hand
Do you know that the statue of President Lincoln in Downtown Gettysburg is considered to be the most accurate depiction of the 16th president in the world? The artist, J. Seward Johnson Jr., used moldings of Lincoln’s face and hands, as well as the exact version of Lincoln’s Brooks Brothers coat to bring visitors an authentic look at Lincoln in this “Return Visit” statue in Gettysburg.
the cover of the book the gettysburg cyclorama by bill dowing
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The Gettysburg Cyclorama: The Turning Point of the Civil War on Canvas