Battle of Gettysburg
4 pages, 11 x 15, illustrated. Issued by The Potomac Edison Company, Hagerstown, Md. Vol. 4, No. 7, July 1963. Published monthly as a public service covering the events of the Civil War that occurred in the area served by The Potomac Edison Company. This particular issue covers events of July 1863 with heavy emphasis on the Gettysburg campaign. Headlines: Battle of Gettysburg. LEE'S INVASION ENDS IN DEFEAT. Three Day Battle. 43,500 Casualties. Rebels Retreat. Confederates Withdraw Across Potomac River, and more. Full of very interesting articles. Includes photographs of General Ulysses S. Grant, General George A. Custer, and the B & O Railroad. There are engravings of the Confederate Charge on Cemetery Hill at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863, General Samuel W. Crawford's Charge at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863, Order No. 252 with vignette of Presidents' Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis and a slave boy with the caption, "Mr. Lincoln: Look here, Jeff Davis! If you lay a finger on that boy, to hurt him, I'll lick this ugly cub of yours within an inch of his life!" and another illustration titled, "Rioters at New York Tribune Office," which occurred during the July 1863 New York City draft riots. Excellent Civil War Centennial publication.