Perfect Rest Motel
Title:
Perfect Rest Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM May-25


Resitation Hall at Gettysburg College
Title:
Resitation Hall at Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-31



Recitation Hall at Gettysburg College
Title:
Recitation Hall at Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Pennsylvania College - Old Dorm
Title:
Pennsylvania College - Old Dorm
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), White Border PM 1918 Nov-12



Gettysburg College - Recitation Hall
Title:
Gettysburg College - Recitation Hall
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Sep-19


New York State Monument - National Cemetery
Title:
New York State Monument - National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



High Water Mark Monument
Title:
High Water Mark Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-2


Rose Garden Tea Room and Cottages
Title:
Rose Garden Tea Room and Cottages
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Eat and sleep on the battlefield, 18 modern heated cabins with hot and cold water, showers and toilets. Open all year, complete restaurant service. Located in view of the Round Tops. Two miles south of Gettysburg on Route 15 - phone 941 R 4. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Williams, resident owners.



Hi-Way Manor Hotel
Title:
Hi-Way Manor Hotel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


West Confederate Avenue, Looking North
Title:
West Confederate Avenue, Looking North
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1968 Oct-14

Description:
380 Steinwehr Avenue.


The Colton Motel
Title:
The Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
232 Steinwehr Avenue.



Stonehenge Lodge
Title:
Stonehenge Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Stonehenge Lodge
Title:
Stonehenge Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



College Motel
Title:
College Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
345 Carlisle Street.


Colonial Motel
Title:
Colonial Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
157 Carlisle Street.



College Motel
Title:
College Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
345 Carlisle Street.


Colonial Motel
Title:
Colonial Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
157 Carlisle Street.



Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
380 Steinwehr Avenue.


Dutch Pantry Family Restaurant
Title:
Dutch Pantry Family Restaurant
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Bring the family and emjoy "country cooking," prepared according to original Pennsylvania Dutch recipes. Famous for our farm-style desserts. Die and relax in an atmosphere of early America. Cocktails. 8 blocks west of Lincoln Square on U. S. 30 west, adjacent to Quality Motel - Larson's. Phone 334-2200.



Battlefield Campground and Olympic Swimming Pool
Title:
Battlefield Campground and Olympic Swimming Pool
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Perfect Rest Motel
Title:
Perfect Rest Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
2450 Emmitsburg Road.



Eagle Hotel
Title:
Eagle Hotel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


High Water Mark of the Rebellion
Title:
High Water Mark of the Rebellion
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This small copse of trees was the center and focal point of Pickett's charge. It was pointed out by Pickett, who led the charge, to his men as their objective point. Just to the right is the "Bloody Angle", where the remnant of 15,000 men met and penetrated the Union lines, but to no purpose. The charge was made at one P.M. on the third day of battle. From its repulse the Confederate arms began to waver; it proved their Waterloo.



The Wills House
Title:
The Wills House
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Gettysburg Address delivered Nov. 19, 1863 by President Lincoln at consecration of Soldiers' National Cemetery was written near the window marked with a star. Hon. David Wills )to whom national cemeteries owe their origins) stands upon the steps; the R.G. Harper house joins the Wills house to the north; Mr. Harper's printing office is net. Here was printed "Adams Sentinal" the first weekly paper issued in Adams County.


Gettysburg College - Recitation Hall
Title:
Gettysburg College - Recitation Hall
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Carlisle Street
Title:
Carlisle Street
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Gettysburg was founded by Gen. James Gettys in 1780, became the county seat in 1800, and was incorporated as a burrough in 1806. The population in 1863 was about 2,100. This view shows the shaded residence street


Little Round Top From Devil's Den
Title:
Little Round Top From Devil's Den
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This eminence was the key to the whole field in front, on the second day of the battle. It forms, with its neighbor, Big Round Top, the left of Cemetery Ridge, the Federal position. Upon Little Round Top the assaulting columns of the Confederates were repeatedly thrown with great intripidity, yet to stubborn proved the defense that no advantage could be gained



The High School
Title:
The High School
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused


Cliff Arquette's Solider Museum
Title:
Cliff Arquette's Solider Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Cliff Arquette's Soldier Museum Located in the Civil War's historic old 'National Soldier's Orphan Homestead' building, just north of Cemetery Hill - 777 Baltimore St., Gettysburg, Penna



General Meade's Headquarters
Title:
General Meade's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
General Meade with his staff established his headquarters here, on the west side of the Taneytown road. This homely little cottage still preserved, shows still the marks of shot and shell


McPherson Barn
Title:
McPherson Barn
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
McPherson Barn and Grove where General Reynolds advancing with the "Iron Brigade" was instantly killed by a rifle bullet. Confederate General Archer and his entire brigade of 1000 men were captured in the grove



Glenn's Diner
Title:
Glenn's Diner
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jim E. Hess Phone ED 4-1103 Located 1 mile South on U.S. 15 in Gettysburg, Penna. Excellent Accommodations in a New and Attractive Colonial Brick Motel. Units are Quiet and Comfortable, having Central "Air-Conditioning" and Heating, T.V. and phones, Tile Baths and carpeting. Gift Shop. Ideally located within walking distance to all Gettysburg's Major attractions and Excellent Restaurants



"Kristina" - Land of Little Horses
Title:
"Kristina" - Land of Little Horses
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
The incredible Arabian Miniature horse featured on the television program, "Those Amazing Animals." Shown here with her trainer, Tony Garulo, "Kristina" is considered the most intelligent horse in the world in her special filed of mathematics


Gettysburg College
Title:
Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Chartered in 1937, was originally established as a gymnasium in connection with the Lutheran Theological Seminary, founded in 1825. From the copula the gallant Gen. Buford directed the opening battle; the building was directly int he line of the Confederate Army, and after the first day's fight was used as a hospital



The Colton Motel
Title:
The Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
6 blocks south of the Square on US 15


Gettysburg National Museum, Home of the Electrical Map
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum, Home of the Electrical Map
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Located near the spot where Abraham Lincoln delivered the immortal Gettysburg Address, contains the nation's largest collection of Civil War relics and the world's only electrical map. The Electrical Map re-enacts the Battle of Gettysburg



Larson's Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Larson's Motel and Restaurant
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


The Colton Motel
Title:
The Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
6 blocks south of the Square on US #15. TV - tel. 1159, within walking distance to the National Museum and The Electric Map, National Cemetery, and the famous "Dutch Cupboard". Mr and Mrs Boris H. Roap, owner and operator



Gettysburg National Museum - "Home of the Electric Map"
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum - "Home of the Electric Map"
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome

Description:
Located near the spot where Lincoln delivered his immortal address. The Gettysburg National Museum contains the Nation's largest collection of Civil War Relics. The Electric Map re-enacts the three day battle. This is the most visited battlefield and museum in the World


Heritage Motor Lodge
Title:
Heritage Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Intersection Business Route 15 & U.S. 140, in town at the Tour Center



Eisenhower Farm
Title:
Eisenhower Farm
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1957 Aug-30

Description:
Here President and Mrs. Eisenhower spend as much time as official duties will permit. A few hundred yards from this site, President Eisenhower was commissioned as Major during the First World War


View in National Cemetery
Title:
View in National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Edgewood Tourist Court
Title:
Edgewood Tourist Court
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
On Lincoln Highway - U.S. 30, 4 1/2 miles east of Gettysburg, Penna. Quiet, homelike, comfortable cottages on edge of woodland; set back from highway. Automatic electric heat. Private showers. Good restaurants nearby. Recommended by Duncan Hines. AAA. Carl and Irene Schutt, Owner Mgt. Phone 974 R 15


The Lincoln Train Museum
Title:
The Lincoln Train Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Standard gauge operating layout with American and German trains, stations, tunnels, switches and houses, Circa 1930. The Lincoln Train Museum displays the nationally known Alexander collection - over 1,000 antique, model & toy trains. Home of the famous Lincoln Train "ride"



17th PA. Cavalry Regiment
Title:
17th PA. Cavalry Regiment
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Pennsylvania State Memorial
Title:
Pennsylvania State Memorial
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



The Wheatfield
Title:
The Wheatfield
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This view from the east side shows the wheatfield, famed in this history of the Gettysburg battle, "The Whirlpool of Battle." The storm of the Second Day centered here, and the ripened grain with which it was covered was trampled and strewn with dead and wounded


Summit of Culp's Hill
Title:
Summit of Culp's Hill
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Here is shown one of the steel observation towers of which the Commission in charge of Gettysburg National Park have erected five at important parts of the field. The virile bronze figure on the monument in the foreground is a memorial to Gen. Greene. He was in command of a brigade of NY troops and when by the withdrawal of the larger part of the 12th Corps on the night of the 2d, he was left to guard the long line of intrenchments, his skillful and obstinate defense prevented a vastly superior force from breaking his line, and contributed largely to the general result of the battle. The position of Knap's Pa Battery is on right



Natoinal Cemetery
Title:
Natoinal Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Immediately after the battle an association was formed to provide a permanent burial place for those who fell in the Pennsylvania campaign. Appropriations were secured from the various Northern States and the dead to the number of 3555 were interred here. At its dedication on Nov. 19, 1883, President Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address. The Cemetery was transferred to the general government in 1872


High Water Mark Monument
Title:
High Water Mark Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This unique and artistic memorial was designed by the late Colonel Bachelder and erected by the Memorial Association. Speaking of the significance of its title Colonel Bachelder said: - "It was here that one of the most gallant charges recorded in history terminated; here that the tide of success of the Confederacy turned. From this point the defeated troops fell back and never again made a successful stand. This was indeed the High Water mark of the Rebellion."



National Cemetery
Title:
National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This plot contains 17 acres and is on the high ground just south of the town. It was purchased and arranged by a Commission of men of the northern states and maintained by those states until 1873, when it was transferred to the government. Here were buried 3555 men who were killed in the battle around Gettysburg; the additional burials in recent years have raised the total to 3650. The dead are buried in sections of semicircular form, the soldiers' monument being in the center. The New York State monument shows to the left


View From Little Round Top
Title:
View From Little Round Top
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Looking toward the wheat field and the peach orchard, the scene embraces the most sanguinary parts of the field of battle. The cleared space before the thick woods, is the wheatfield, peach orchard. The Valley of Death lies to the immediate front. General Warren's statue is shown on the summit



East Cemetery Hill
Title:
East Cemetery Hill
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The importance of the position was seen early in the battle and it was fortified as a rallying point. Of the original fortifications the luneties around the guns remain intact. Here occurred that memorable conflict known in the history of the Gettysburg battle as the "Louisiana Tiger's Charge." The equestrian statue represents General Hancock in the attitude of rallying the defeated troops of the First and Eleventh Corps on the evening of July 1st


Jennie Wade House and Monument
Title:
Jennie Wade House and Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Miss Jennie Wade was killed the morning of July 3d, while attending to household duties in a little brick house on Baltimore Street, near the National Cemetery. She was the only citizen of Gettysburg who was killed during the battle. The house is now used as a free war museum and shows hundreds of marks of bullets and shell. The monument marks her last resting place in the Citizen's Cemetery



High Water Mark Monument
Title:
High Water Mark Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
this unique and artistic memorial was designed by the late Colonel Bachelder and erected by the Memorial Association. Speaking of the significance of its title Colonel Bachelder said: "It was here that one of the most gallant charges recorded in the history terminated: here that the tide of success of the Confederacy turned. From this point the defeated troops fell back and never again made a successful stand. This was indeed the High-Water mark of the rebellion


The Wills House, Where Lincoln Wrote his Gettysburg Address
Title:
The Wills House, Where Lincoln Wrote his Gettysburg Address
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1913 Jul-4

Description:
The Gettysburg Address delivered Nov. 1863 by President Lincoln at the consecration of Soldiers' National Cemetery was written near the window marked with a star. Hon. David Wills (to whom National Cemeteries owe their origin) stands upon the steps; The R.G. Harper house joins the Wills house to the South; Mr. Harper's Printing office next. Here was Printed "Adams Sentinel" the first weekly Paper issued in Adams County



View From Little Round Top
Title:
View From Little Round Top
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Statue of John Burns
Title:
Statue of John Burns
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The citizen hero of Gettysburg. The figure of John Burns, of Gettysburg, cast in bronze, stands upon a pedestal of native rock on the field of the first day's fight. Over seventy years of age, he shouldered his flint lock musket and offered his services. He scorned advice to fight in the woods and joined the line of battle in the open. He fought until he was disabled by three wounds



Spangler's Spring
Title:
Spangler's Spring
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This spring, at the foot of Culp's Hill, furnished water for the wounded of both Armies, when, at the close of hostilities on then night of the second day's battle, both the Blue and the Grey sought here, together, a draught for their disabled comrades. A neat structure of granite now incloses the spring, and all visitors to the field stop to drink from its historic waters


General Meade's Headquarters
Title:
General Meade's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Gen. Meade withhis staff arrived upon the field of Gettysburg from Taneytown at midnight on the first day of the battle, and established his headquarters here on the west side of the Taneytown road, in the rear of Cemetery Hill. From this point he directed the battles of the second and third days. The homely little cottae still preserved, shows still the marks of shot and shell



The Soldier's National Cemetery
Title:
The Soldier's National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Soldier's National Cemetery covers seventeen acres of ground on the highest point of Cemetery Hill. The dead lie in sections, each representing one of the eighteen Northern States to which the solders belong. There are also three sections of unknown dead and one of the US Regular Army. In all twenty-two sections. No fairer resting place for a nation's heroes could be conceived. Here lie the bodies of 3,000 slain, of whom 979 are unknown


Culp's Hill and Steven's Knoll
Title:
Culp's Hill and Steven's Knoll
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



General Lee's Headquarters
Title:
General Lee's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Gen. Lee advaned with his army along the Chambersburg Pike and selected this picturesque little stone house, fronting on the pike as his headquarters. It stands on Seminary Ridge, midway between the Seminary Buildings and the old tapeworm Railroad cut


Statues of Generals Reynolds and Buford
Title:
Statues of Generals Reynolds and Buford
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



The Lincoln Train Museum
Title:
The Lincoln Train Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Standard gauge operating layout with American and German trains, stations, tunnels, switches and houses. Circa 1930. The Lincoln Train Museum displays the nationally known Alexander collection - over 1,000 antique, model & toy trains. Home of the famous Lincoln Train "ride"


Lincoln Square and Lincoln Museum
Title:
Lincoln Square and Lincoln Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
It was in this famous building, thehome of Judge David Wills, that Lincoln spent the night and wrote the famous Gettysburg Address. A visit to this museum is one of the highlights of a trip to Gettysburg



National Museum
Title:
National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
The National Museum contains the largest collection of war relics on the Battlefield. It is centrally located near the National Cemetery gate, withing sight of the spot where Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address


Gettysburg, The Nation's Greatest Shrine - The High Water Mark
Title:
Gettysburg, The Nation's Greatest Shrine - The High Water Mark
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 1863. The Union Army under command of General Meade, consisted of about 90,000 men of which about 23,000 were killed, wounded and missing. General Lee, in charge of the Confederate Army of 85,000 men lost over 28,000 men. More than $7,000,000 has been spent on battlefield monuments, roads and other improvements over its thirty-eight miles of territory



Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1957 Aug-14

Description:
Phone 1440. Located 1 mile South on U.S. 15 in Gettysburg, Pa. Excellent accommodations in a new and attractive colonial brick motel. Units are quiet and comfortable, having central air-conditioning and heating. T.V., Phones, Tile Baths, Carpeting, Gift Shop. Ideally located within walking distance to all of Gettysburg's major attractions and excellent restaurants


TraveLodge
Title:
TraveLodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Ten East Lincoln Avenue Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325 Telephone 717-334-6235 Tours, color TV, Heated pool, Room phones, Guest controlled heat and air conditioning. Conveniently located in town, on business route 15, north of Center Square



Colton Motel
Title:
Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Phone - 334-5514. Located on the Battlefield adjacent to the National Cemetery and museums, the Colton motel has all rooms with free TV, wall to wall carpeting, tile baths, tub and shower, electric heat, air conditioning, and cross ventilation. Free swimming pool. Tour bus stops at motel. Owner on premises. All rooms on ground level. Antiques for sale


Ban-Nel Motel
Title:
Ban-Nel Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on US 15, 5 1/2 miles south of Historic Gettysburg. Rooms have radio, television and air-conditioning. Diner and service station adjoining; excellent family accommodations; approved by P.M.A., National Tourist Association Phone 967-R-23



Unknown Dead - National Cemetery
Title:
Unknown Dead - National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the most pathetic sights of a trip over the Gettysburg field is the section in the National Cemetery set apart for the unknown. There are 979 that are totally unknown as to name, state or organization. Small markers of marble, as are shown to the right of the illustration, stand at each grave and are simply numbered. To the left is a section of the known dead, where substantial granite slabs serve as headstones. The handsome New York State monument is seen near the center


Jennie Wade House
Title:
Jennie Wade House
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1960 Apr-6

Description:
Jim E. Hess Phone 1440. Located 1 mile South on US 15 in Gettysburg, Penna. Excellent accommodations in a new and attractive Colonial brick motel; units are quiet and comfortable, having central "air-conditioning" and heating, TV and phones; tile baths and carpeting; gift shop. Ideally located within walking distance to all Gettysburg's major attractions and excellent restaurants


Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1957 Apr-29

Description:
Located 1 mile South on U.S. 15. Excellent accommodations in a new and attractive colonial brick motel. Units are quiet and comfortable, having central air-conditioning and heating. T.V., Phones, Tile Baths, Carpeting, Gift Shop. Ideally located within walking distance to all of Gettysburg's major attractions and excellent restaurants



Battlefield Motel
Title:
Battlefield Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
2 Miles South on U.S. Highway 15 R.D. 2, Gettsburg, PA. "In the Heart of the Battlefield" For reservation, telephone 330Z. Radiant heat-tiled bath-air conditioning and TV. Open the year round. Your hosts: THE FOLKENROTHS


Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1960 May-2

Description:
Jim E. Hess Phone ED4-1103. Located 1 mile south on US 15 in Gettysburg. Excellent accommodations in a new and attractive colonial brick motel. Units are quiet and comfortable, having central air conditioning and heating, TV and phones, tile baths and carpeting. Gift shop. Ideally located within walking distance to all Gettysburg major attractions and excellent restaurants



Gettysburg National Museum
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1954 Jun-1

Description:
Home of the electrical map. Located near the spot where Abraham Lincoln delivered the immortal Gettysburg Address, contains the nation's largest collection of Civil War relics and the world's only electrical map. The electrical map re-enacts the Battle of Gettysburg


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
516 Baltimore St. (junction of US 15 and US 140) In town location, in the heart of the battlefield, and attractions. All the red carpet services and facilities of the traditional Holiday Inns of America. Official Battlefield Sightseeing Tours available at the Inn



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Holiday Inn of Historic Gettysburg, Pa. 516 Baltimore St. (junction of U.S. 15 and U.S. 140.) In town location, in the heart of the battlefield, and attractions. All the red carpet services, and facilities of the traditional Holiday Inns of America. Official Battlefield Sightseeing Tours available at the Inn Koppel


Heritage Motor Lodge
Title:
Heritage Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1967 Aug-2

Description:
Located at the junction of routes 15 and 140, near the entrance to the National Cemetery. A quiet residential section within the city limits and within close walking distance of excellent restaurants and of Gettysburg's leading attractions. 31 modern units with all conveniences: TV, carpeted floors, individual air-conditioning and thermostatically guest controlled heat. Phone Area 717 - 334-4915. Owned and operated by Don W. Faloon



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
516 Baltimore St. (junction of US 15 and US 140) In town location, in the heart of the battlefield, and attractions. All the red carpet services, and facilities of the traditional Holiday Inns of America. Official Battlefield Sightseeing Tours available at the Inn


Holiday Inn of Historic Gettysburg
Title:
Holiday Inn of Historic Gettysburg
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1966 Sep-4

Description:
516 Baltimore St. (junction of US 15 and US 140). In town location, in the heart of the battlefield and attractions. All the red carpet services and facilities of the traditional Holiday Inns of America. Official battlefield sightseeing tours available at the inn



Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome

Description:
301 Steinwehr Avenue, US Business Route 15, phone: 717-334-1188. Park your car and walk to the Battlefield, National Cemetery, most major museums and excellent local restaurants. Our facilities include a swimming pool, restaurant and cocktail lounge. Some of our rooms have covered parking and saunas


Pennsylvania Dutch Gift Shop
Title:
Pennsylvania Dutch Gift Shop
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Tea Room & Motel. Owned and operated by Carl and Anne Scheide on US 15, 3 miles south of Gettysburg overlooking the Eisenhower Farm. Phone ED4-2838. Specializing in Penna. Dutch gifts, novelties, and candies. Stop in once and look a spell



Colonial Hotel
Title:
Colonial Hotel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
US 15 North 1 1/2 blocks from Lincoln Square. Phone Edgewood 4-3126. Central heat, wall-to-wall carpet, 21 inch console TV. Telephone in every room. 1 block from tourist information center. Walking distance to downtown and museums. Newest motel in Gettysburg, Pa Dexter Press, Inc


Summit of Little Round Top
Title:
Summit of Little Round Top
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
This hill on the southern end of the Union line, rising nearly 200 feet above Plum Run, and bare of timber on its western slope, was the scene of some desperate fighting in the effort made by the Confederates to gain possession. Big Round Top separated by a narrow defile, and about 150 feet higher, shows in the background. The large monument is the 12th and 44th N.Y., the smaller the 140th N.Y



The Wills House, where Lincoln wrote his Gettysburg Address
Title:
The Wills House, where Lincoln wrote his Gettysburg Address
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1942 Aug-23

Description:
The Gettysburg address delivered November 19, 1863 by President Lincoln at the consecration of Soldiers' National Cemetary was written near the window marked with a star. Hon. David Willis (to whom National Cemeteries owe their origin) stand upon the stops: the RG Harper house joins the Wills House to the south; Mr. Harper's printing office is next. Here was printed "adams Sentinel" the first weekly paper issued in Adams County Tichnor Bros., Inc


Gettysburg National Museum
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Home of the Electrical Map Located near the spot where Abraham Lincoln delivered the immortal Gettysburg Address contains the NATION'S LARGEST COLLECTION of Civil War Relics and the WORLD'S ONLY ELECTRICAL MAP. The Electrical Map re-enacts the Battle of Gettysbug



One Stop Dale's Tire Shop
Title:
One Stop Dale's Tire Shop
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Esso products, wheel alignment and balancing service. Sue's air conditioned diner - Rt. #4, Gettysburg, Pa. Located two miles north of the Gettysburg Battlefield on US Route #15. Steaks, chops, hot lunches, homemade soups and pies. Phone 1085-X Look for the waving waitress!


Cleveland's Motel
Title:
Cleveland's Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1961 May-8

Description:
Located on U.S. Route #15 four miles north of Gettysburg. 15 units, new and modern, finest conveniences, restaurant nearby, also service station. Picnic tables on grounds, radio, television, shower, and tubs in all units. Proprietors Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Cleveland



Homestead Motor Lodge
Title:
Homestead Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
R.D. #5. Ten units, guest controlled electric heat and air conditioning, tub and showers, color TV, open all year. Located 2 miles East on Rt. 30, 1/4 mile East of U.S. 15. Use York St. exit. BankAmericard and Master Charge credit cards honored. Phone (717) 334-3866. Mr. and Mrs. C. Miller Dexter Press


Colton Motel
Title:
Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the Battlefield adjacent to the National Cemetery and museums, the Colton motel has all rooms with free TV, wall to wall carpeting, tile baths, tub and shower, electric heat, air conditioning, and cross ventilation. Free swimming pool. Tour bus stops at motel. Owner on premises. All rooms on ground level. Antiques for sale



Maple Lawn
Title:
Maple Lawn
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Mrs. F. Mark Bream. 202 Carlisle Street. Two blocks north from Center Sq. on Route 15. 3 baths, good beds, free garage


Dutch Cupboard
Title:
Dutch Cupboard
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Completely air conditioned Serving delicious Pa Dutch food Famous for Schnitz Un Knepp, Shoofly pie, homemade bread, and many other Dutch dishes. Homelike atmosphere - in scenic Gettysburg Intersection routes I50 and I5 south Open every day 7:00 am to 8:30 pm Recommended by - Duncan Hines and Gourmet



Gettysburg National Museum
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Home of the Electrical Map Located near the spot where Abraham Lincoln delivered the immortal Gettysburg Address, contains the NATION'S LARGEST COLLECTION of Civil War Relics and the WORLD'S ONLY ELECTRICAL MAP. The Electrical Map re-enacst the Battle of Gettysburg


Huber Hall, Gettysbrug College
Title:
Huber Hall, Gettysbrug College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Residence Hall housing women on the campus of historic Gettysburg College Plastichrome



"Old Dorm", Gettysburg College
Title:
"Old Dorm", Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Old Dorm," built in 1837, is the hub of the campus of Gettysburg College. Known also as Pennsylvania Hall and the White Mother, this building with its dignity, perfect classical lines and proportions, was the first home of all the college. During the Civil War, it was used both as a hospital and signal tower. It stands now a modernly furnished and equipped dormitory for men students of Gettysburg College Mike Roberts


Rose Garden Tea Room
Title:
Rose Garden Tea Room
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Eat and sleep on the battlefield. 18 modern cabins with running water, showers and toilets. Complete restaurant service. Located in view of the Round Tops. Two miles south of Gettysburg on Route 15. Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Williams, Resident Owners, Phone 941 R 4



Graeffenburg Inn and Caledonia Golf Club
Title:
Graeffenburg Inn and Caledonia Golf Club
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Pennsylvania's most beautiful 18 hole mountain course located in the South Mountains of Pennsylvania, fourteen miles west of Gettysburg on the Lincoln Highway U.S. 30. Since 1800. Phone FLanders 2-2711


The House of Bender
Title:
The House of Bender
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
"A Unique Gift Shop" on Lincoln Square. This building now occupied by House of Bender, built in 1825, prior, during and after the battle of Gettysburg housed a dry goods store. The House of Bender offers the largest line of gifts, souvenirs and greeting cards in the area Dexter Press Inc



Colton Motel
Title:
Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1974 Aug-22

Description:
Phone - 334-5514 Located on the Battlefield adjacent to the National Cemetery and museums, the Colton motel has all rooms with free TV, wall to wall carpeting, tile baths, tub and shower, electric heat, air conditioning, and cross ventilation. Free swimming pool. Tour bus stops at motel. Owner on premises. All rooms on ground level. Antiques for sale


Dutch Cupboard
Title:
Dutch Cupboard
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused



Dutch Cupboard Tea House
Title:
Dutch Cupboard Tea House
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Serving delicious P. Dutch Food, Famous for Schnitz un Knepp, Shoofly pie, homemade bread and many other Dutch dishes. Homelike atmosphere -- In scenic Gettysburg. Intersection routes 140 and 15 south. Open every day 7:00 A.M. to 8:30 P.M Tichnor Bros. Inc


Whites Motel Court
Title:
Whites Motel Court
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1955 Jul-5

Description:
Near entrance to National Cemetery. Situated within the city limits, in a quiet residential section, 23 modern units with all coveniences-- and thermostatically guest-controlled heat



Gettysburg National Museum
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located near the spot where Lincoln delivered his immortal Gettysburg address, the Gettysburg National Museum contains the nation's largest collection of Civil War relics. Home of the electric map which re-enacts the Battle of Gettysburg


Gettysburt National Museum
Title:
Gettysburt National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Home of the electric map" Located near the spot where Lincoln delivered his immortal address. The Gettysburg national Museum contains the Nation's largest collection of Civil War Relics. The Electric Map re-enacts the three day battle. This is the most visited battlefield and museum in the world Curteichcolor



Gettysburg National Museum
Title:
Gettysburg National Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Home of the Electrical Map. Located near the spot where Abraham Lincoln delivered the immortal Gettysburg Address, contains the Nation's Largest Collection of Civil War Relics and the World's only Electrical Map. The Electrical Map re-enacts the Battle of Gettysburg


"Old Dorm" at Gettysburg College
Title:
"Old Dorm" at Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen

Description:
"Old Dorm", Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA. This beautiful old structure, still used by Gettysburg College, was used as a hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg and its cupola served as a lookout during the greatest and most important of Civil War engagements



Gettysburg Battle Theatre and Cafeteria
Title:
Gettysburg Battle Theatre and Cafeteria
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
571 Steinwehr Avenue. The Battle Theatre gives the world's finest presentation of the Battle of Gettysburg on film, in sound and color. Reenacted in animation on the battlefield as it appears today. Battle Theatre also houses a complete museum of the states that participated in the Battle of Gettysburg, plus a miniature diorama of the battle displaying 25,000 miniature hand painted figures. Located in the same building is Gettysburg's only cafeteria serving excellent food at reasonable prices


Lamp Post Tea Room
Title:
Lamp Post Tea Room
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"The House of Good Food" Atmosphere - Early American Coffee Shop - Soda Fountain - Luncheonette - Four Dining Rooms, Wedding Receptions, Banquet facilities. Specialties - Giant Sizzling steaks - country ham dinners - variety of sea food - Rolls, muffins, pies, cakes made in our own kitchen. 301 Carlisle St. Opposite Former President Eisenhower's Office. Phone Area 717-334-3503 Marshall Tuckey, Mgr Dexter Press Inc



White's Motel
Title:
White's Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
White's Motel IN HISTORIC GETTYSBURG, PA. Located at the junction of routes 15 and 140, near the entrance to the National Cemetery. A quiet residential section within the city limits and within walking distance of excellent restaurants and some of Gettysburg's leading attractions. 23 modern units with all conveniences, TV, carpeted floors, individual air conditioning and thermostatically Guest Controlled Heat. Phone Gettysburg 1219 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey White


George Grawe's Cannon Cafeteria
Title:
George Grawe's Cannon Cafeteria
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
(Opposite the Majestic Theatre) 32 Charlisle St. Gettysburg, Pa. 17325 Phone (717) 334-3900 Bus Groups Welcome



The Colton Motel
Title:
The Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
The place of distinction. 6 blocks south of the Square on US. #15. TV-Tel. 1159, within walking distance to the National Museum and The Electric Map, National Cemetery and first class restaurants. Mr. and Mrs. Borris H. Raap, owner and operator


The Colton Motel
Title:
The Colton Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
TV-Tel. 1159, within walking distance to the National Museum and The Electric Map, National Cemetery and first class restaurants



Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM Jul-17

Description:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge, 380 Steinwehr Ave., Gettysburg, Pa. 8 Blocks South of Square Business 15 (Old U.S. 15 through town). Phone 334-1103 Excellent Accommodations in a New and Attractive Colonial Brick Motel. Units are Quiet and Comfortable, having Central "Air-Conditioning" and Heating, T.V. and Phones, Tile Baths and Carpeting. GIFT SHOP. Ideally located within walking distance to all Gettysburg's Major Attractions and Excellent Restaurants. New DeLuxe Units and Swimming Pool. 70 Rooms


Larson's Court
Title:
Larson's Court
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1959 Jun-16

Description:
On U.S. 30, 8 blocks west of U.S. Rte. 15 and center of town. Situated on historic Seminary Ridge near entrance to National Park. Hot water hear and air conditioning with individual thermostats. Full tub and shower baths. The finest in furnishings. Open all year. PHONE: GETTYSBURG, ADAMS COUNTY, PA 1236



Greetings from Gettysburg
Title:
Greetings from Gettysburg
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Fort Defiance Museum, Route 134 South of National Cemetery. 2. General Meade's Headquarters. 3. Buford and Reynolds Monument. First Union Cannon shot fired here. 4. Frontier Town. 5. Lincoln Address Memorial in national Cemetery Dexter Press, Inc


Stuart's Motel
Title:
Stuart's Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1966

Description:
Four miles south of Gettysburg on Business U.S. 15 at the edge of the famous Battlefield. Air Conditioned, Rooms with TV, U.S. Kaylon Foam Mattresses, Modern hot water heat, and Radios. Restaurant Adjoining



Gettysburg Motor Lodge, 380 Steinwehr Ave
Title:
Gettysburg Motor Lodge, 380 Steinwehr Ave
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1963 Apr-10

Description:
Series C-27951 Excellent Accommodations in a New and Attractive Colonial Brick Motel. Units are quiet and Comfortable, having Central "Air-Conditioning" and Heating. T. V. and Phones. Title Baths and Carpeting Gift Shop. Ideally located within walking distance to all Gettysburg's Major attractions and Excellent Restaurants. New Deluxe Units and Swimming Pool. 70 Rooms


National Monument, National Cemetery
Title:
National Monument, National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Graves of unknown dead



Dutch Cupboard Tea House
Title:
Dutch Cupboard Tea House
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 88813 Serving delicious Pa. Dutch Food, Famous for Schnitz un Knepp, Shoofly pie, homemade bread and many other Dutch dishes. Homelike atmosphere — In scenic Gettysburg. Intersection routes 140 and 15 south. Open every day 7:00 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.


Cleveland's Motel, R. D. #4
Title:
Cleveland's Motel, R. D. #4
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 90450 Located on U. S. Route #15 four miles north of Gettysburg. 15 units, new and modern, finest conveniences, restaurant nearby, also service station. Picnic tables on grounds, radio, television, shower and tubs in all units. Proprietors Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Cleveland.



Eisenhower Farm
Title:
Eisenhower Farm
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series G90037 Here President and Mrs. Eisenhower spend as much time as official duties will permit. A few hundred yards from this site, President Eisenhower was commissioned as Major during the First World War.


Memorial Church Of The Prince Of Peace
Title:
Memorial Church Of The Prince Of Peace
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Heritage Motor Lodge
Title:
Heritage Motor Lodge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 143783
Intersection Business Rt. 15 & US 140 in town, at the Tour Center, Gettysburg, Pa. 39 rooms with air conditioning, color TV, and room phones. Jennie Wade Restaurant, Center of Historic area, But Tours and museums. Package plan available


The Soldiers National Cemetery
Title:
The Soldiers National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
The Soldiers National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pa. The soldiers National cemetery covers 17 acres of ground on he Highest point on Cemetery Hill. The dead lie in sections, each representing one of the eighteen Northern States to which the soldiers belong. There are also three sections of unknown dead and one of the U. S. Regular Army, making in all 22 sections. No fairer resting-place for a nation's heroes could be conceived. Here lie the bodies of 3555 slain, of whom 979 are unknown.



Valley Of Death And Little Round Top
Title:
Valley Of Death And Little Round Top
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
This scene from the Devil's Den ridge presents the rugged slope of Little Round Top. Looking at it, it is easily understood how it proved impregnable to the confederate force that assailed it on July 2, 1863. The small monument marks the position of the 40th New York regiment in he valley to the left. This regiment went into position here when the defenders of the Devil's Den were hard pressed and it is stated that their line of battle was plainly marked by the row of dead.


Lincoln Square And Lincoln Museum
Title:
Lincoln Square And Lincoln Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
It was in this famous building, the home of Judge David Willis that Lincoln spent the night and wrote the famous Gettysburg Address. A visit to this museum is one of the highlights of a trip to Gettysburg.



Old Dorm, Gettysburg College
Title:
Old Dorm, Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Old Dorm," built in 1837, is the hub of the campus of Gettysburg College. Known also as Pennsylvania Hall and the White Mother, this building with its dignity, perfect classical lines and proportions, was the first home of the College. During the Civil War, it was used both as a hospital and signal tower. It stands now a modernly furnished and equipped dormitory for men students of Gettysburg College.


Lincoln Square
Title:
Lincoln Square
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Square, showing the "Wills House," extreme left, where president Lincoln wrote his immortal "Gettysburg Address." The Masonic Temple stands next to the "Wills House" and the red brick building is the Y. w. C. A.



Hanover Shoe Horse Farm
Title:
Hanover Shoe Horse Farm
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Largest Standard Breeding farm in the world


General Lee's Headquarters
Title:
General Lee's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
General Lee advanced with his army along the Chambersburg Pike and selected as his headquarters this picturesque little stone house, fronting on the pike. Past this house also filed that great wagon train of Confederate wounded on the retreat, to guard which, General Imboden says was his most heartbreaking experience of the whole war.



General Meade's Statue
Title:
General Meade's Statue
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This statue was erected by an appropriation of the State of Pennsylvania, and stands along Hancock Avenue near the center of the line of battle. It represents him, with head uncovered, as he rides upon the field at the time of Longstreet's assault and repulse, receiving the wild greetings of his army. It is considered by capable critics one of the finest works of art of the kind in America.


Battle Of Gettysburg
Title:
Battle Of Gettysburg
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Battlefield Data. 38 Square Miles of Battlefield. 24,460 Acres of Land. 2,500 Acres in Road and Memorial Sites. 57 Miles of Road. 35 Maeadam and Telford Roads. 12,296 Monuments. 385 Mounted Cannons. 5 Steel Observation Towers. $7,000,000 Spent on Battlefield Park. Battle facts. 90,000 Union soldiers in fight. 85,000 Confederate Soldiers. 28,000 Confederate Killed, Wounded and Missing. 23,000 Union Killed and Missing, 10,000 Killed outright. 3,654 Union Buried in National Cemetery (of which 1,608 are unknown) 579 Tons of ammunition used. The picture represented here is reproduced from a standard painting of that climax in the Battle of Gettysburg that come with the assault of Longstreet's columns on the third day. Headed by Pickett's division of Virginians. The desperate character of the Attack and defence is depicted in the hand hand fight over the stone wall. This painting is the work of the celebrated artist, P. F. Rothermel, and purchased by the State of Pennsylvania, now hangs in the flag room at the State Capitol.



Statues Of General Buford
Title:
Statues Of General Buford
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), White Border PM 1917 Jul-14

Description:
Statues of General Buford, General Reynolds and Hall's Second Maine Battery, Gettysburg, Pa. The Statues of General Buford on McPherson's Ridge, where the battle opened July 1st 1863. Gen. Reynolds fell early in the engagement. The first shot was fired from the gun immediately in front of Buford Statue.


Dutch Cupboard Tea House
Title:
Dutch Cupboard Tea House
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1957 Oct-15

Description:
Serving delicious Pa. Dutch Food, Famous for Schnitz un Knepp, Shoofly pie, homemade bread and many other Dutch dishes. Homelike atmosphere - In scenic Gettysburg. Intersection routes 140 and 15 south. Open every day 7:00 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.



Hancock Avenue Looking South
Title:
Hancock Avenue Looking South
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
The beautiful panorama presented here, shows line of Union Army from near the cemetery running south towards the round Tops, which show in the distance. The statue of General Meade is on the left, in the centre is the famous copse of trees against which Pickett's charge was directed; while further to the right is the stone fence forming the angle in the Union line. the copse or High Water Mark of rebellion was the objective point on Pickett's charge.


High Water Mark Monument
Title:
High Water Mark Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This unique and artistic memorial was designed by the late Colonel Bachelder and erected by the Memorial Association. Speaking of the significance of its title Colonel Bachelder said :- "It was here that one of the most gallant charges recorded in history terminated; here that the tide of success of the Confederacy turned. From this point the defeated troops fell back and never again made a successful stand. This was indeed the High Water mark of the Rebellion."



Lee's Headquarters
Title:
Lee's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Eternal Light Peace Memorial
Title:
Eternal Light Peace Memorial
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1959 Oct-08

Description:
Located on the field of battle is this monumental emblem, symbolic of peace and union, dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, July,1938.



Jennie Wade House And Monument
Title:
Jennie Wade House And Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Jennie Wade was the only citizen of the town of Gettysburg who was killed during the three days fighting there. While attending to household duties at her home, she was killed by a bullet on the morning of July 3rd, 1863. The monument, marking her last resting place, is in the Citizens' Cemetery, nearby. The house is now used as a museum and contains many marks of the great conflict.


General Lee's Headquarters
Title:
General Lee's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Gettysburg Battle Field
Title:
The Gettysburg Battle Field
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
This beautiful panorama shows many points of unusual interest in connection with the great battle. One the left, is the equestrian statue of Meade, and beyond it, the Pennsylvania memorial: the round tops are in the distance and in the center the group of trees around high water mark, at which picket's charge was directed.


Oak Ridge Tower
Title:
Oak Ridge Tower
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Battlefield Of Gettysburg. The oak ridge section, on the northwest of the town of Gettysburg, was the scene of the first day's battle. The large steel tower is one of many erected on the field and from them entire area may be readily seen.



Spanglers Spring
Title:
Spanglers Spring
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This spring, at the foot of Culps Hill, furnished water fro the wounded of both armies, when a the close of hostilities on the night of the second day's battle, both the Blue and Gray sought here, together, a draught for their disabled comrades. A eat structure of granite now incloses the spring, and all visitors to the field stop to drink from its historic waters.


Gen. Lee's Headquarters
Title:
Gen. Lee's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
General Lee's Headquarters. General Lee advanced with his army along the Chambersburg Pike and selected as his headquarters this picturesque little stone house, fronting on the pike. Past this house also filed that great wagon train of Confederate wounded on the retreat, to guard which, General Imboden says was his most heartbreaking experience of the whole war.



Memorial Church Of The Prince Of Peace
Title:
Memorial Church Of The Prince Of Peace
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-10


Gettysburg College
Title:
Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
The office of General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower on the campus of historic Gettysburg College. It was formerly the home of the college's presidents



Christ Chapel, Gettysburg College
Title:
Christ Chapel, Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in October, 1954, Christ Chapel serves as the center of the religious life of Gettysburg College, oldest Lutheran college in America. Chief Chapel Seats the entire student body of more than 1500.


Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Built of Penna. White Marble. Erected by the United States Government for Federal purposes. The first floor is used by the post office; the second by the Gettysburg National Park commission and the Collector of Internal Revenue. This important Memorial Building is erected of Penna. White Marble, a product of this State which has developed into an extensive industry at West Grove, Chester Co. Penna. It is the most durable building marble in this country and is being extensively used in Government work.



Cliff Arquette's Soldiers Museum
Title:
Cliff Arquette's Soldiers Museum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1960

Description:
Cliff Arquette's Soldiers Museum Located in the Civil War's Historic old National Soldier's Orphan Homestead building, just north of Cemetery Hill 777 Baltimore St., Gettysburg, Penna.


Church of the Abiding Presence Lutheran Theological Seminery
Title:
Church of the Abiding Presence Lutheran Theological Seminery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused



Old Dorm, Gettsburg College
Title:
Old Dorm, Gettsburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
This beautiful old structure, still used by Gettysburg College, was used as a hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg and its cupola served as a lookout during the greatest and most important of Civil War engagements.


Old Dorm, Gettsburg College
Title:
Old Dorm, Gettsburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
"Old Dorm", built in 1837, is the hub of the campus of Gettysburg College. Known also as Pennsylvania hall and the White Mother, this building with its dignity, perfect classical lines and proportions, was the first home of all the College. During the civil War, it was used both as a hospital and signal tower. It stands now a modernly furnished and equipped dormitory for men students of Gettysburg College.



Larson's Cottage Court
Title:
Larson's Cottage Court
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Located on famous Seminary Ridge near the Gettysburg Battlefields Six Blocks West of the Public Square and directly on the Lincoln Highway U. S. 30 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Located directly on the Lincoln Highway U. S. 30, seven blocks West of the Gettysburg Public Square. At a high Elevation on Seminary Ridge on which the battle lines were formed July 1st 1863, visitors get a panoramic view of Gettysburg and its internationally known battlefields.


General Eisenhower's Office
Title:
General Eisenhower's Office
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
This building situated on the beautiful Gettysburg College Campus is used by General Eisenhower and his staff as their office. It is here that statesmen from throughout the world visit and confer with former President Eisenhower



President Eisenhower's Farm
Title:
President Eisenhower's Farm
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
President Eisenhower's Pennsylvania farm bordering the Nation's greatest historic shrine at Gettysburg. Pennsylvania


General Lee's Headquarters
Title:
General Lee's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
General Lee with his splendid army, advanced along the Chambersburg Pike, and for a short time occupied this picturesque little stone house, fronting on the Pike (now The Lincoln Highway). It stands on Seminary Ridge midway between the seminary buildings and the old tapeworm railroad cut. One of the rarest collections of Gettysburg relics is on display here.



Greetings From Gettysburg
Title:
Greetings From Gettysburg
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


The Nation's Greatest Shrine
Title:
The Nation's Greatest Shrine
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 1863. The Union Army under command of General Meade, consisted of about 90,000 men of which about 23,000 were killed, wounded and missing. General Lee, in charge of the Confederate Army of 85,000 men lost over 28,000 men. More than $7,000,000 has been spent on battlefield monuments, roads and other improvements over its thirty-eight miles of territory.



Oak Ridge Tower
Title:
Oak Ridge Tower
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1938

Description:
The Oak Ridge section, on the northwest of the town of Gettysburg, was the scene of the first day's battle. The large steel tower is one of many erected on the field and from them the entire area may be readily seen.


The Nation's Greatest Shrine
Title:
The Nation's Greatest Shrine
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1938

Description:
The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 1863. The Union Army under command of General Meade, consisted of about 90,000 men of which about 23,000 were killed, wounded and missing. General Lee, in charge of the Confederate Army of 85,000 men lost over 28,000 men. More than $7,000,000 has been spent on battlefield monuments, roads and other improvements over its thirty-eight miles of territory.



Hancock Avenue Looking South
Title:
Hancock Avenue Looking South
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
The beautiful panorama presented here, shows line of Union Army from near the Cemetery running south towards the Round Tops, which show in the distance. The statue of General Meade is on the left, in the centre is the famous copse of trees against which Pickett's charge was directed; while further to the right is the stone fence forming the angle in the Union line. The copse or High Water Mark of rebellion was objective point in Pickett's charge.


Virginia State Memorial
Title:
Virginia State Memorial
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Overlooking the scene of Pickett's memorable charge from its position on West Confederate Avenue. Virginia has spared no expense to do honor to her native sons who fought at Gettysburg. Individuality, character and beauty are expressed in the figures on the monument - the equestrain statue of General Lee and the seven figures representing the various groups of the army who fought with him.



Old Dorm, Gettysburg College
Title:
Old Dorm, Gettysburg College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
This beautiful old structure, still used by Gettysburg College, was used as a hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg and its cupola served as a lookout during the greatest and most important of Civil War engagements.


The New York Memorial And National Cemetery
Title:
The New York Memorial And National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
The known dead in the National Cemetery are buried in eighteen different groups, each state having its own individual section. New Lyork State has erected this memorial to her group, which constitutes 867 graves, the largest state group in the Cemetery.



Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Erected by the United States Government for Federal purposes. The first floor is used by the Post Office; the second by the Gettysburg National Park Commission and the Collector of Internal Revenue


Old Dorm, Pennsylvania College
Title:
Old Dorm, Pennsylvania College
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused



Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Erected by the United States Government for Federal purposes. The first floor is used by the Post Office; the second by the Gettysburg National Park Commission and the Collector of Internal Revenue


Soldiers Monument in National Cemetery
Title:
Soldiers Monument in National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
In the National Cemeetery near the spot where Lincoln made his immortal speech of dedication, stands the nation's tribute to her sons who gave their lives as the price of victory on the field of Gettsburg. This monument is sixty feet high, the base a massive pedestal with four allegorical figures, representing War, History, Peace and Plenty, and surmounted by a colossal statue of marble representing the Genius of Victory.



Statue of Major General Geo. G. Meade
Title:
Statue of Major General Geo. G. Meade
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Major-General George G. Meade will ever be recognized in history as the victor of Gettsburg. This memorial stands on meade Avenue and was erected by the State of Pennsylvania


Lincoln Speech Memorial
Title:
Lincoln Speech Memorial
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
The act creating the Gettysburg National Park provided for a memorial in granite and bronze of Lincoln's address at dedication of Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg, November 19, 1863, and this Lincoln's Speech Memorial is the result. It is a Speech Memorial, and not intended as a Lincoln Memorial.



General Meade's Headquarters
Title:
General Meade's Headquarters
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Gen. Meade with his staff arrived upon the field of Gettysburg from Taneytown at midnight on the first day of the battle and established his headquarters on the west side of the Taneytown Road, in the rear of Cemetery Hill. From this point he directed the battles of the second and third days. The homely little cottage still preserved, shows the marks of shot and shell.


Jennie Wade House and Monument
Title:
Jennie Wade House and Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Miss Jennie Wade was killed the morning of July 3rd, while attending to household duties in a little brick house on Baltimore Street, near the National Cemetery. She was the only citizen of Gettysburg who was killed during the battle. The house is now used as a war museum, and shows hundreds of marks of bullets and shell. The Monument marks her last resting place in the Citizen's Cemetery.



The Rostrum in Nation Cemetery
Title:
The Rostrum in Nation Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
This ivy-clad pergola, erected on a knoll within and near the south end of the National Cemetery, is popularly and appropriately known as "The rostrum," for, standing between the two centre columns many of America's most gifted and famous sons have addressed the thousands who annually assemble to engage in the ceremonies of Memorial day. From that platform have sounded, in words of wisdom and patriotism, the voices of Presidents Hayes, Cleveland and roosevelt; of members of Cabinet Blaine, Devens; of United States Senators Hawley, Burrows, Dolliver, and Ingalls; of Generals Woodford, Butler, Sickles, and McCandless.


Observation Tower on Oak Ridge
Title:
Observation Tower on Oak Ridge
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
One of the five steel Observation Towers erected by the Government on commanding positions to give a bird's-eye view of the various sections of the battlefied



General view of National Cemetery
Title:
General view of National Cemetery
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Virginia State Monument
Title:
Virginia State Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1960

Description:
Overlooking the scene of Pickett's memorable charge from its position on West Confederate Avenue. This equestrian statue of General Lee with his famous horse, Traveler, shows at the base the seven figures representing the various groups of the army who fought with him.



White's Motel
Title:
White's Motel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the junction of routes 15 and 140, near the entrance to the National Cemetery. A quiet residential section of the city limits and within walking distance of excellent restaurants and some of Gettysburg's leading attractions. 23 modern units with all conveniences: TV, Carpeted floors, Individual Air-Conditioning and Thermostatically Guest Controlled Heat. Phone: Gettysburg 1219 Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey White.


Spangler's Spring
Title:
Spangler's Spring
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
This spring, at the foot of Culp's Hill furnished water for the wounded of both armies, when, at the close of hostilities on the night of the second day's battle, both the Blue and the Gray sought here, together, a drink of its refreshing water for themselves and their disabled comrades. A neat structure of granite now incloses the spring, and visitors to the field stop to drink from its historic waters



Hancock Avenue, Looking South
Title:
Hancock Avenue, Looking South
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
View From Tower On Hancock Avenue. This beautiful panorama shows many points of unusual interest in connection with the great battle. On the left is the equestrian statue of Meade, and beyond it the Pennsylvania Memorial: the Round Tops are in the distance and in the center the group of trees around High Water Mark, at which Pickett's charge was directed


Jennie Wade House
Title:
Jennie Wade House
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Jennie Wade's Monument
Title:
Jennie Wade's Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


John Burns Monument
Title:
John Burns Monument
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Howard Ave. Showing Oak Ridge in the Distance
Title:
Howard Ave. Showing Oak Ridge in the Distance
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


On Culp's Hill Looking West
Title:
On Culp's Hill Looking West
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back

Description:
Culp's Hill formed the Federal right, it was farthest from the Round Top, but bore its part in the defence of the Federal position on the second day of battle. The battle was fought on the 1st, 2d, and 3d. of July, 1863. Twenty-nine states had troops in the contending armies, Maryland having commands in both the Federals, 84,000 men with 327 pieces of artillery; the confedrates, 69,000 men and 250 heavy guns. Total casualties 46,078; Federal losses 23,049, Confederates losses 23,029



Monument to Maj. Gen. John F. Reynolds U.S.V
Title:
Monument to Maj. Gen. John F. Reynolds U.S.V
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-26


View of Battlefield Hotel
Title:
View of Battlefield Hotel
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Baltimore Street
Title:
Baltimore Street
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-14

Description:
Baltimore Street is the principal business thoroughfare of Gettysburg and one of the chief avenues to the National Cemetery, the main entrance or gateway of which is practically an extension of Baltimore Street. The Cemetery can be reached within fifteen minutes easy walk from the center of town


Big Round Top from Devil's Den
Title:
Big Round Top from Devil's Den
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Penna. Memorial
Title:
Penna. Memorial
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Real Photo PM 1911 Apr-30

Description:
Mount Airy granite


Big Round Top
Title:
Big Round Top
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Howard Avenue and Barlow's Knoll
Title:
Howard Avenue and Barlow's Knoll
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Howard Avenue and Barlow's Knoll This view shows the line of battle of the IInd Army Corps, on July 1st until 3:30 pm when they were driven from the position and rallied on Cemetery Hill. Barlow's Knoll is the point surmounted by the American flag


The Wheat-field
Title:
The Wheat-field
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



The Devil's Den
Title:
The Devil's Den
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Is five hundred yards west from Little Round Top and one hundred feet lower. This was fine rifle range for Confederate sharpshooters, who occupied the natural fortress formed by its boulders and wrought havoc among the Federals on Little Round top. They were finally dislodged by Berdan's Sharpshooters. After the battle the bodies of 68 Confederates were taken from the crevices of the boulders


Statue of Maj. Gen'l. H.W. Slocum
Title:
Statue of Maj. Gen'l. H.W. Slocum
Gettysburg Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jul-30



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