Punch, 43 (1862), 127.
The Reverses of the Northerners
War, Photography, Telegraphy, Language, Cultural Geography
Notes the inclusion of photographers and telegraph operators in the French army, but the absence of both from the Union regiments in America, since the telegraphs never having 'told the truth'. Thinks photography could easily have replaced telegraphy since it only had to transmit to Washington 'so many negatives'.
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