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Postcard: Virginia: Richmond, Libby Prison
J. P. Bell Company
Undated postcard featuring an image of the exterior of Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia. Caption: "Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia, was a large building named for its owner, who used it as a ship chandlery before the Civil War. During the War it became famous as a Confederate prison, in which many Federal officers and men were confined."
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Kent State University
Special Collections and Archives
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Prison Postcards collection
United States. Virginia