Comparative views facing south along the summit of Little Round Top. The top image is Mathew Brady's mid July 1863 photograph that shows LRT just as the soldiers left it. Within this frame you see the rock breastworks probably constructed by men from the 91st PAV on the right, Brady's often photographed assistant sitting on a stump appearing to be looking towards Devil's Den, as well as the tall pine tree at right center that stood until 1979. The similar view in the ca. 1900 bottom photo includes the guns representing Hazlett's Battery on the left, the 140th and 44th NY monuments, the same witness pine, and barely visible on top of Big Round Top is the observation tower built in 1896.