In this fanciful painting, General Buford is seen with General Reynolds at the McPherson Barn on the morning of July 1st, 1863. Although a very interesting representation, I have been informed by the author who literally wrote the book on Buford at Gettysburg, Eric Wittenberg that this meeting never occurred here. As I understand it, Reynolds and Buford were never at this location together. However, it does and makes a nice then and now comparison.
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