Gettysburg National Battle Field

© Emmett S. Speelman

Gettysburg National Battle Field

Uploaded: June 17, 2006

Description

This Monument was donated by the New York City Volumter Fire Department back in 1890 to the Fourth Excelsior Regiment, Second Fire Zouaues. Thanks to all the New York City Fireman then and now. Great Jobs

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Comments

Penny Duncan June 17, 2006

Great job Emmett. You have made a very memorable image here. #466878

Emmett S. Speelman June 18, 2006

Thanks So much Penny, this was truely a enjoyable family vacation and being only 140 miles away I can not believe that it took me 41 years to make the trip. I normally would not have located the monument dead center except for the sky, it had so many great lines that made the photo work. #2911356

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