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Schmucker Hall Postcard
Our Price: $1.50

In addition to serving as a field hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg, Schmucker Hall, on the Lutheran Theological Seminary campus, was the original home of the Adams County Historical Society.
Custom ACHS Thermos
Our Price: $7.95

Custom thermos with the Adams County Historical Society logo. Limited number available!
ACHS Insulated Lunch Bag
Our Price: $10.00

Red, insulated lunch bag with the Adams County Historical Society's logo. A great gift for family and friends!
Schmucker Hall Puzzle
Our Price: $12.00

A 500 piece puzzle of Schmucker Hall on the Lutheran Theological Seminary campus in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Schmucker Hall was the original building of the Seminary, and it served as a field hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg. It also became the home of the Adams County Historical Society in 1961.
Adams County Historical Society Tote Bag
Our Price: $15.00

A sturdy canvas bag to carry all your research files! It has long handles to fit comfortably over your shoulder and is durable for lots of use and travel.
Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital: Candlelight at Christ Church
Our Price: $15.00

This CD has 27 songs and stories presented for the Christ Church Candlelight program.
History of Adams County, PA VHS
Our Price: $19.95

Great for classroom use or personal viewing, this movie tells some of the many stories of the history of Adams County, Pennsylvania.
Replica Handkerchief from the Battle of Gettysburg
Our Price: $24.95

With a battle looming and the countryside in turmoil, the Union cavalry rose into Gettysburg on the afternoon of June 30, 1863. The troopers dismounted and lounged in the town while awaiting further orders. During that time, the seven year old daughter of innkeeper Israel Yount, Emma, was playing outside their home when a cavalryman asked her to come and visit with him while he was resting. The cavalryman told her that he missed her young daughter at home and asked if little Emma would give him a hug to remind him of his daughter, who felt he might not ever see again. Emma ran to ask her mother’s permission who considered it and gave her consent. Before leaving, the cavalryman gave young Emma a silk handkerchief he was carrying that featured George Washington’s image and patriotic border and flags. Emma kept that handkerchief until her death in 1946, and it was then donated to the Adams County Historical Society by her family. This reproduction was made by South Union Mills using measurements and photographs of the original at the historical society.

Dimensions: 27 x 23.5 inches
100% silk