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Beyond the Gatehouse by Brian A. Kennell.  All proceeds benefit the Evergreen Cemetery Association.

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Gatehouse Miniatures

Gettysburg's most recognizable piece of Civil War architecture, the Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse. Now you can own the collector's favorite piece!
Actual Size= 9"W X 8"H X 1.5" Thick

The Evergreen Cemetery gatehouse was built between September and November of 1855 by George and Henry Chritzman for a total cost of $1,025.00. One of the first Italianate style buildings erected in Gettysburg, the gatehouse would soon become the most recognized piece of architecture from the Battle of Gettysburg. Stephen Button, the Philadelphia architect of the gatehouse, was responsible for giving Gettysburg its first example of funerary architecture. The gatehouse was painted immediately after it was built, and this Landmark Miniature presents the authentic colors of the brick and woodwork at the time of the battle.
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