CIVIL WAR GETTYSBURG JENNIE WADE HOUSE SOUVENIR PHOTO ID'd by CW VET. CIVIL WAR GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR ID'd by CIVIL WAR VETERAN.
THE HOUSE AND MEMORIAL PHOTO WERE TAKEN ABOUT 1901 AND THE IMAGE OF. PHOTO PRODUCED 41 YEARS AFTER THE BATTLE. JENNIE WADE WHERE SHE WAS KILLED BY A STRAY BULLET DURING THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG JULY 3rd 1863. INSET WITH JENNIE WADE'S GRAVE MONUMENT ON THE LEFT AND JENNIE WADE'S PORTRAIT ON THE UPPER RIGHT.
PERIOD HAND OPAQUED IN THE NEGATIVE. WHERE JENNIE WADE WAS KILLED. 24 - 04 (1904) Thanksgiving. Mary Virginia Wade, also known as Jennie Wade or Ginnie Wade, was a resident of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Battle of Gettysburg.At the age of 20, she was the only direct civilian casualty of the battle, when she was killed by a stray bullet on July 3, 1863. Her home was first opened as a museum in 1901.
SHARP FOCUS AND VERY GOOD CONTRAST.