Two small printed Civil War era cards, issued by the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee of Philadelphia, listing officers,
committee members, history and statement of purpose, and also including engravings of the committee's refreshment saloon and
hospital. According to the cards, nearly 300,000 soldiers had been assisted by the end of 1862, as they passed through Philadelphia,
and the refreshment saloon could feed up to 15,000 soldiers in a single day.
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