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Image for General Philip Kearney, Killed Sept 1st 1862, while leading his men into a fight near Chantilly, VA

General Philip Kearney, Killed Sept 1st 1862, while leading his men into a fight near Chantilly, VA

Officer astride white horse both facing left in image. Officer in blue uniform, proper left arm missing. Remainder of title: " Of all the Gallant Officers that have fallen, none will be more deeply lamented by his companions in arms than "Brave Phil Kearney" "Who can replace Phil Kearney" From the Inventory Listing of Sidney A. Alpert "General Philip Kearney - S "

Date: Undated

Artists: Currier & Ives
Medium: Hand-colored lithograph
Measurements: 9 7/8 x 14 inches
Access Number: 2004-D03-210
Gift of Lenore B. and Sidney A. Alpert supplemented with Museum Acquistions Funds

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