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Date taken1-May-18 10:57
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Camera makeNIKON CORPORATION
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Focal length50 mm
Focal length (35mm)50 mm
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The "Silent Witness" to the surrender. From the NPS Web site:

"The doll was taken from the home by Capt. (SIC) Thomas W.C. Moore, of Major General Sheridan's staff. For well over a century, the Moore family kept the doll as a 'war trophy' of sorts. Poor Lula never saw her beloved rag doll again.

Lula's descendants remembered the doll as '...lovingly handmade by a doting mother'."