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On the grounds of the Lutheran Seminary west of Gettysburg, late on July 1, 1863, Lt. General Robert E. Lee listens to Lt. General James Longstreet’s arguments for a move away form Gettysburg. Lee’s mind, however, was made up. Gesturing emphatically, he stated, "If the enemy is there tomorrow, we must attack him."
- Unframed Size: 25"x16"
- Framed Size: 35"x26"
- Year: 1993