W.h. Tipton Gettysburg Photographic Collection - More Than 1,650 Images


W.h. Tipton Gettysburg Photographic Collection - More Than 1,650 Images

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W.h. Tipton Gettysburg Photographic Collection - More Than 1,650 Images:
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In 1996, the association of licensed battlefield guides was granted

permission by the National Park Service to duplicate the entire William H.

Tipton Photographic Collection held in the park archives. Professional

photographer Warren E. Motts of Groveport, Ohio donated all the labor for

the project. Negatives of the entire collection were provided to both the

Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides and the National Park Service.

This collection represents one of the most significant visual

representations of the battlefield of Gettysburg and is an invaluable

resource to students of the Battle of Gettysburg. This collaborative project

led to the greater availability of the images to the public and made it

possible for the Gettysburg Discussion Group to produce this CD.


W.h. Tipton Gettysburg Photographic Collection - More Than 1,650 Images:
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