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Recovered / CM [monogram].

Recovered / CM [monogram].

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description

Summary

Print shows a wounded or dead soldier lying on ground at the edge of a pond with two soldiers kneeling and dog sitting alongside him.
Title from item.
Inscribed in ink on bottom: M. Henochsberg pub. & pro. Filed January 30, 1869.
Includes print-registration marks on all sides.

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Date

01/01/1869
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Contributors

Henochsberg, M., lithographer
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No known restrictions on publication.

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