Officers and Ladies, Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, circa 1867

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Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA
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Group on the grounds of Carlisle Barracks c. 1867. Gen. John P. Hatch is shown posing with a group following a croquet game, evidenced by the ball and mallets on the ground at the lower right. On the left, a group of lieutenants is playing cards with a female companion. The officer seated in the center wearing the sash is the Officer of the Day. Barracks 3 is in the background. A cistern is seen behind the Napoleon gun at left as a flat, circular spot on the ground. The cannons represent three of the four guns housed in the cannon houses located out of frame to the left. Photograph by D.C. Burnite of Harrisburg.
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Photograph Collection, Cumberland County Historical Society
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Photographer:  D. C. Burnite.
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