INSET WITH JENNIE WADE'S GRAVE MONUMENT ON THE LEFT AND JENNIE WADE'S PORTRAIT ON THE UPPER RIGHT. PERIOD HAND OPAQUED IN THE NEGATIVE. WHERE JENNIE WADE WAS KILLED. 24 - 04 (1904) Thanksgiving. Mary Virginia Wade, also known as Jennie Wade or Ginnie Wade, was a resident of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Battle of Gettysburg.At the age of 20, she was the only direct civilian casualty of the battle, when she was killed by a stray bullet on July 3, 1863. Her home was first opened as a museum in 1901.
SHARP FOCUS AND VERY GOOD CONTRAST.