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Magic Slide published by Pacific Stereopticon after a litho print by O’Dea. Thomas O’Dea was captured during the Wilderness Campaign in May, 1864. Moved from one Confederate prison to another, he ended up at Camp Sumter in Andersonville, Ga. Constructed in January, 1864, the Camp was designed to house 10,000 prisoners. By the time of O’Dea’s arrival in the summer of 1864, there were 35,000 starving, sick and/or wounded men. Thomas O’Dea was released from Andersonville on Feb. 24, 1865. He was ill and emaciated, with ragged trousers and broken shoes his only possession. In a pamphlet called History of O’Dea’s Famous Picture of Andersonville Prison, O’Dea described is 1887 print.
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The Dread Andersonville Prison

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Minimum Bid: $375.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $0.00
Estimate: $500 - $750
Auction closed on Saturday, October 16, 2021.
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