Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882) Ruins at Manassas Junction. No. 9. March, 1862.
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05111.01.0040 Author/Creator: Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882) Place Written: Manassas, Virginia Type: Photograph Date: March 1862 Pagination: 1 albumen : b&w ; 33.3 x 46.0 cm.
One photograph entitled, "Ruins at Manassas Junction," taken by Alexander Gardner dated March 1862. Image is of ruins of several buildings used by the Confederate railroad company, Orange and Alexandria, as a depot. The remains of a few mud huts, destroyed train cars, an engine, and numerous broken wagons fill the picture. In the right foreground stand three men and in the far left background are several horses. This page was taken from "Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War."
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