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Ruins of Judith Henry's house after the First Battle of Bull Run

The ruins of Judith Henry's house, "Spring Hill," just after the First Battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1861.

A ruined house in the middle of a battlefield. Fallen tree timbers litter the ground as soldiers survey the damage. Black and white.
Citation (Chicago Style): 

Barnard, George N, photographer. Bull Run, Va. Ruins of Mrs. Judith Henry's house. United States Bull Run Virginia Manassas, 1862. March. Photograph.

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