A thirsty crowd Newspapers for the Army. The race for camp E. Forbes
Print shows two scenes, at top, a large group of soldiers, many of them zouaves, crowding at the entrance to a stone springhouse waiting to get a drink of water, a covered wagon exits on the left; at bottom, three soldiers sit at the entrance to a log structure on the left, as three men on horses race past, from center to right, carrying bundles of newspapers for the army camps.
Titles from item.
Signed on plate on lower left corner.
Printed at bottom center: Plate 6.
Publication date based on copyright statement on item.
Inscribed in pencil on verso: Hubbard 3050-1.
From: Life Studies of the Great Army, plate 6.
Series title not noted in Hubbard Collection catalog.
Series title taken from online source: The University of Alabama Libraries' Digital Archives.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).
Forms part of: Gardiner Greene Hubbard collection (Library of Congress).