At our May, 2015 meeting three of the five available prints were sold. The two remaining, seen below, are now available for sale.
Dick Willis, former member of the Fredericksburg CWRT, donated the following dale Gallon prints to the Round Table with the proviso that any monies received at sale will be split evenly with the Wounded Warrior Canine Connection. It raises and trains dogs to provide physical and emotional support to severely wounded military personnel. (http://www.warriorcanineconnection.org)
Dick's farewell letter to us said: "I regret that I will no longer be able to join the fellowship and stimulation offered by the monthly meetings of the Round Table, but Florida calls .....these aging bones"
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Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863 - Federals and Confederates clash from Houck’s Ridge, through the Valley of Plum Run, to the slopes of Little Round Top. This print is framed and triple matted with museum quality, acid free matting and treated glass.
Unframed print is valued at $575.oo Opening Bid = $375
Gettysburg, PA, June 30, 1863 - Brigadier General John Buford meets with Colonel William Gamble. This print is framed and triple matted with museum quality, acid free matting and treated glass.
Unframed print is valued at $600.oo. Opening Bid = $350
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