Thursday, January 2, 2020

The Army of the Potomac in color

Taken in September, 1863, Union General George Gordon Meade poses for a photo with his subordinate generals.



I can't recall where I got the original black and white photo from and I'm not completely happy with the way it came out but still not too bad.



Donald Cavaioli

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