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View in Culpepper Va. with O’Sullivan’s photo wagon.

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View in Culpepper Va. with O’Sullivan’s photo wagon. Gardner’s view 524, “View in Culpepper, Court House in the Distance.” It has Gardner’s 1862 copyright. The label credits O’ Sullivan. The wagon, with a large board extending up from the back, is a prominent feature of the view. This is probably O’Sullivan’s photo van, that he used to carry his supplies and as his darkroom. When working in the West after the Civil War he used a hospital van, shown in his great photograph at Carson Sink Nevada.
Condition
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View in Culpepper Va. with O’Sullivan’s photo wagon.

Estimate $170 - $250
Oct 29, 2016
Starting Price $140
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Photographs: Cabinet Cards & some Civil War
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Lot 0003 Details

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View in Culpepper Va. with O’Sullivan’s photo wagon. Gardner’s view 524, “View in Culpepper, Court House in the Distance.” It has Gardner’s 1862 copyright. The label credits O’ Sullivan. The wagon, with a large board extending up from the back, is a prominent feature of the view. This is probably O’Sullivan’s photo van, that he used to carry his supplies and as his darkroom. When working in the West after the Civil War he used a hospital van, shown in his great photograph at Carson Sink Nevada.
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Light soil. [3-]

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