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Kurz & Allison Chromolithograph The Battle of Franklin
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
showing the battle of Battle of Franklin, dated November 30, 1864 and includes the numbered loss of life l.l., marked l.r. copyrighted 1891 by Kurz & Allison Art Publishers, Chicago, IL.

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Light even toning.
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