Featured above is a medal from the 25th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg (1888) featuring the Reynolds monument located in the National Cemetery.The reverse of the 1888 reunion medal noted above.
A 1907 autographed card of John Quincy Adams Ward.
It reads "Very Truly yours
J Q A Ward."
Once asked "which is your best work, Mr. Ward?" he merely laughed and said quickly "My best work? Oh- the one I am going to do next."
Above is the bronze bas-relief (c1864) of General George McClellan created by J.Q.A. Ward for McClellan's 1864 run for president. Although created early in Ward's career, the casting shows Ward's attention to detail.
A close up view of McClellan.
Note the detail in the horse bridal.
Ward signed the clay model used for the final casting.
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