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Albumen print, plate 60 from the album "Photographic Views of the Sherman Campaign" (1866)
Printed recto, on album page, lower center, below image, in black ink: "Photo. from nature By. G. N. Barnard. / RUINS IN CHARLESTON, S.C."; unmarked verso
Image/paper: 25.3 × 36 cm (10 × 14 3/16 in.); Album page: 41 × 50.4 cm (16 3/16 × 19 7/8 in.)
Hugh Edwards Photography and Media Purchase Fund
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Notre Dame, IN, Snite Museum of Art, “George N. Barnard: Civil War Photographs,” November 14, 1997–February 9, 1998.
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