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Gen. no. 117, neg. by B, No. 47. August 1, 1884, Friday, 2 P.M.
Gen. no. 118, neg. by Walter, No. 48. Date 1884, August 1. 4 P.M.
Gen. no. 120, neg. by W, No. 49. Date 1884, August 1. 5:45 P.M.
'(69)D.115; August 1, 1884, Friday 8-40 am; 2 1/2 miles E of the ford of Opequon. On the right hand side of the pike (South). There was no fence on that side the whole length of the grove. We camped in ground a distance from the road which is behind us in the view. Just finished breakfast. There is a home nearby on the Eastern edge of the grove from whence a young man came to watch us eat our meal. Camera box on the ground near the wagon.'
'121 D.(72) I.C. 121; Aug. 1, 1884, Friday 6-20 p.m.; Half mile out of Charles Town. Looking N.E. towards Harpers Ferry. Maryland Heights are on the left of the gap and Loudoun Heights on the right. Through the gap on the N. side can be seen the South Mt. The nearer ridge under Maryland Heights is Bolivar Heights and the still nearer ridge extending across the whole picture is Halltown Heights and was the fortified line chosen by Sheridan when he took command in '64. On the extreme right lie the farms through which we wandered in lanes and field in search of hay, finally camping 1/2 mile or more away from the pike.'
'(71)D.119; August 1, 1884, Friday 5-20 pm. clear sun; Bonfire burning on right. Court house with clock tower in center.'
'116.D.(70); August 1, 1884, Friday 10-25 am; bright sun; Camera stands at the entrance to the grounds of a fine old house on the right hand. Boy on horseback just behind the camera wanted to be taken, sorry I didn't. View is looking East at Berryville. The Pike turns at right angle toward the left to Harpers Ferry.'