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Memories of Gentleman Jim by P. Buckley Moss
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Memories of Gentleman Jim by P. Buckley Moss

$75.00

Memories of Gentleman Jim limited edition print by P. Buckley Moss. Signed and numbered and measures 9 by 7 1/4 inches.
Manassas, Virginia. During the second Battle of Bull Run, the Robinson House served as a shelter and hospital for wounded Union soldiers. The house belonged to James Robinson, an African American born free in 1799, who became a prosperous farmer after the Civil War.


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