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Engine house fortified by John Brown at Harper's Ferry, VA, no. 692 / George Stacy.

Engine house fortified by John Brown at Harper's Ferry, VA, no. 692 / George Stacy.



Photograph shows the fire engine house used by John Brown in his raid on Harpers Ferry in 1859, Harper's Ferry, West Virginia.
Title from item.
Card number: "No. 692."
Gottheim assigned collection code: GCW 52.
Handwritten number on verso: 490MS.14.
"Lowell & Senter, Portland, Me. Sep. 28, 1865." cancelled tax stamp on back.
Forms part of the Larry Gottheim Collection of stereographs and other early photographs (Library of Congress)





Stacy, George, photographer


Harpers Ferry (W. Va.)39.32528, -77.73889
Google Map of 39.32527777777778, -77.7388888888889


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