Some photos and artifacts inside the trailer.
A comic-strip sort of thing about the real-life mascot of our adopted regiment, a Staffordshire terrier named Sallie Ann Jarrett, who is honored at Gettysburg.
Some minie balls, a belt buckle, and a horseshoe. Some artifacts, such as these, were real while others were reproductions.
Some Grand Army of the Republic artifacts.
One of the stereoscopes of John Burns, the only known civilian to have joined in battle at Gettysburg.
A collage of period photographs taken in all 67 Pennsylvania counties.
Part of the entrance path.
The outside of the trailer. Where it was parked is the site of the former Fort Pitt Foundry, where the Rodman gun was developed (the largest in the world at the time) as well as many material contributions to the war effort.
A brass Napoleon (I believe)
One of the road show trucks.
The trailer again.
What I could get of the 105th Pennsylvania Wildcat Band.