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Date Made:1906-05-26
Place Made:Pennsylvania
Measurements:overall: 10 in x 12 in; 25.4 cm x 30.5 cm
Accession Number:  HC 2016.1.119
Credit Line:Purchased from Robert W. Lisle, MD, 2004
Museum Collection:  Hampshire College Art Gallery

Levi Mumpher (1843-1916) opened a phographic gallery in Gettysburg around 1864. His imprints genrally read "L. Mumpher" or "Mumpher & Co.". Most of Levi's battlefield scenes appear to been taken from early to mid-1870's. He sold his business to his son Jacob Ira Mumpher (1867-1923) in 1895. The imprint on the photographs then changed to "J.I. Mumpher" until 1911 when it was taken over by Jacobs brother Clyde (1879-1967). Clyde shared the business with another until it closed in 1948. The imprint then was "Mumpher Studios".

photographs; pigment prints

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