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Appomattox Court House NHP Historic Photos
By National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.
Feb 1, 2005, 11:25

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These excellent historic photographs of the Appomattox Court House NHP in Virginia are part of the National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.

Park: Appomattox Court House NHP
Photographer: unknown
Description: Visitors at the Memorial Bridge over the Appomattox River. Note stars and bars and stars and stripes used in design motif.
Credit: National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.




Park: Appomattox Court House NHP
Photographer: Gurney, Hubert A.
Description: The parlor, McLean House (where Lee surrendered to Grant in 1865. Date of photo is April 9, 1965).
Credit: National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.




Park: Appomattox Court House NHP
Photographer: Gurney, Hubert A.
Description: Clover Hill Tavern (visitor center and park office). Slave Quarters -- right used as rest room. Tavern Guesthouse at left now restored.
Credit: National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.




Park: Appomattox Court House NHP
Photographer: Gray, Thomas C.
Description: The Courthouse (now the Park Visitor Center).
Credit: National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.





Reuse of these images should credit: National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection.

 

Most image descriptions have been furnished by the original photographer. Place names or geographic references may have changed since the original photo was taken. Text which appears in (parentheses) has been added by the HFC Photo Archivist.

If you have questions about use policies or reuse permissions, please read about Copyright of Archival Collections. If you have questions or information about this photograph, contact HFC Photo Archivist Tom DuRant (Telephone: 304-535-6707).





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