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11/17/2019 04:49 PM
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1904 FITCHBURG G.A.R. SOUVENIR BOOKLET

Age. See below
Composition. Paper
Size. 6” high x 9 ¼" wide
Rating: 8
Comments. This is a copy of the” MEMORIAL DAY SOUVENIR, May 30, 1904” which was issued by E.V. Summer Post, No.19, G.A.R., Fitchburg, Mass. It shows a picture of the Civil War veterans at the 26th Annual Encampment at Washington DC in 1892 with Post-19 Andrew Connery, Commander as well as the Fitchburg Military Band on the cover. Inside there are photos of the Civil War veterans between 1867 – 1904, the officers of E.V. Sumner Post in 1904, pictures of the US President’s parade that was on September 2, 1902, President Roosevelt addressing the citizens of Fitchburg, Officers on their horses, Company B, 6th Regiment rifle team in 1903, the Fitchburg Coronet band 1868 and more. It is also full of advertisements from various businesses that were located in Fitchburg. This item is in good shape with normal use wear, has some minor soiling and has some small stains as well as a small corner piece missing on the rear cover. A nice piece of memorabilia from The City by the River back in the good old days that paid homage to the local heroes of the Civil War.

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