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Mathew B. Brady 
Three "Johnnie Reb" Prisoners, captured at Gettysburg, 1863 
[1861 The War For the Union 1865 / 1861 Photographic War History 1865] 
Stereoview, half 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Call Number/Physical Location: LOT 4181, no. 205 [item] [P&P], Library of Congress Control Number: 2004682780, Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-stereo-1s02818 (digital file from original stereograph, front) LC-DIG-stereo-2s02818 (digital file from original stereograph, back) LC-USZ62-57028 (b&w film copy neg.) LC-B8184-228 (b&w film copy neg. of half stereo) 
Photo shows three Confederate prisoners on Seminary Ridge, on or about July 15, 1863, with the town of Gettysburg, Pa., in the background. (Source: Frassanito, p. 71)
2288 Three" Johnnie Reb" Prisoners
This view shows three "Johnnies" who were captured at Gettysburg. It is a very characteristic view and gives a good idea of how the "Johnnie Rebs" looked. They were nearly all clothed in a grey or butternut homespun cloth, and there were hardly two suits alike in a whole regiment; however, "a man is a man for a' that." These Johnnies were royal good fighters

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