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COMMEMORATING THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CIVIL WAR WITH

THE FINEST ORIGINAL SOLDIER'S LETTERS AND ARTIFACTS
Gettysburg Items
                                          
  2nd Mass. Inf. - Adjt. John Fox              2nd Mass. - The Wife of Charles Mudge
        Writes Description of the                        KIA Gett. Presents Col. Cogswell
       Regimental Colors & Color                   "A COLOR STAFF TO REPLACE THE
     Staffs - Includes Antietam &          ONE SHATTERED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE"
       Gettysburg Presentations!
 







                   
                                        

     ALS by Gettysburg General G. K.                 20th Mass. CDV of Col. Paul
Warren Sends Condolences to Father               Revere - K.I.A. Gettysburg
       of KIA Son in Duryea Zouaves



            

 


                                                  
             Just Days Before Gett.                              3rd Mass. Battery, Lt. Arty.                                   
       7th N.J. at Middletown, Md.                    Witnessing the Cavalry Battle at
                                                                              Aldie, Va. During Gett. Campaign 






                                          
       Important Gettysburg Campaign                  CDV- Gen. John F. Reynolds
      Broadside - With Lee's Retreating                         Killed at Gettysburg
     Army Close, Frederick City, MD., is
   Placed Under Martial Law -July 8, '63

 
      



                                      
   60 Page Gettysburg Campaign Letter                    CDV 16th VT. Inf. - Col.
 with Graphic Content by Pvt. Roland E.             Wheelock G. Veazy - Medal
      Bowen, Co. B, 15th Mass. Vol. Inf.                      of Honor at Gettysburg






                                           
      114th Pa. Inf. Letter - The Famous               11th Pa. - After Gettysburg Soldier
        Collis Zouaves - Describes Being             Writes his Wife on Dead Rebels Paper
     Captured at Gettysburg & Taken to      
              Belle Isle in Richmond!