Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, U.S. War Department, and National Park Service monuments and markers records, 1884-1987.

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Gettysburg Battlefield Commission. Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, U.S. War Department, and National Park Service monuments and markers records, 1884-1987.

Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, U.S. War Department, and National Park Service monuments and markers records, 1884-1987.

Records from the Gettysburg Battlefield Commission (1893-1896) and the Gettysburg National Military Park Commission (1896-1933), both under jurisdiction of the U.S. War Department, and the National Park Service (1933-present) relating to proposals, construction, maintenance, and conservation of monuments and markers at Gettysburg National Military Park, including typed and carbon letters, reports, programs, pamphlets, drawings, blueprints, photographs, scrapbooks, electrostatic copies, contracts, magazines, index cards, unpuplished papers, oversize materials, maps, plans, and clippings.

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