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General Roy Stone Photo Gallery

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Portrait of General Roy Stone
Portrait of General Roy Stone
Portrait of General Roy Stone -   The 'grizzled veteran' of 1890.
Portrait of General Roy Stone - The "grizzled veteran" of 1890
General Roy Stone-Special Agent, U.S. Office of Road Inquiry (circa 1894).
General Roy Stone-Special Agent, U.S. Office of Road Inquiry (circa 1894).
Portrait of General Roy Stone , late in life.
Portrait of General Roy Stone , late in life.

The Civil War Years
Colonel Roy Stone (Photo courtesy U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania)
Colonel Roy Stone (Photo courtesy U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania)
Plaque honoring the Bucktails' stand during the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863.  (Photo by N. Artimovich, FHWA.)Plaque honoring the Bucktails' stand during the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863.  (Photo by N. Artimovich, FHWA.)
Plaque honoring the Bucktails' stand during the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863. (Photo by N. Artimovich, FHWA.)
Monument to the 149th Regiment of Bucktails.  The monument, erected on Chambersburg Pike near the McPherson Barn, was dedicated on September 11, 1889.  (Photo by N. Artimovich, FHWA.)
Monument to the 149th Regiment of Bucktails. The monument, erected on Chambersburg Pike near the McPherson Barn, was dedicated on September 11, 1889. (Photo by N. Artimovich, FHWA.)

Stone Avenue

As part of the FHWA's Centennial celebration, Federal Highway Administrator Rodney E. Slater visited Gettysburg National Military Park on November 19, 1993, to dedicate a new sign on Stone Avenue. (All photos by Nicholas Artimovich, FHWA.)
Administrator Slater explains the significance of Roy Stone to the Battle of Gettysburg and to the Nation.
Administrator Slater explains the significance of Roy Stone to the Battle of Gettysburg and to the Nation.
Superintendent Jose A.Cisneros of Gettysburg National Military Park, discusses the role of Colonel Roy Stone and the Bucktail Regiments during the Battle of Gettysburg.
Superintendent Jose A.Cisneros of Gettysburg National Military Park, discusses the role of Colonel Roy Stone and the Bucktail Regiments during the Battle of Gettysburg.
FHWA's Joseph Toole moderates as Administrator Slater and Superintendent Cisneros unveil the new sign that will replace one lost years ago.
FHWA's Joseph Toole moderates as Administrator Slater and Superintendent Cisneros unveil the new sign that will replace one lost years ago.
 
Secretaries of Agriculture
The Stormy Petrel.  Secretary J. Sterling Morton (1893-1897).  (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.)
The Stormy Petrel. Secretary J. Sterling Morton (1893-1897).
(Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.)
'Tama Jim.'  Secretary James Wilson (1897-1913).  (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.)
"Tama Jim." Secretary James Wilson (1897-1913).
(Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.)
 
Final Resting Place
Section 2, Lot 953, on the hill near Arlington House overlooking the cemetery. (All photos by FHWA's Deborah Vocke.)
Section 2, Lot 953, on the hill near Arlington House overlooking the cemetery.  (photo by FHWA's Deborah Vocke.) Section 2, Lot 953, on the hill near Arlington House overlooking the cemetery.  (photo by FHWA's Deborah Vocke.)
Section 2, Lot 953, on the hill near Arlington House overlooking the cemetery.  (photo by FHWA's Deborah Vocke.) Section 2, Lot 953, on the hill near Arlington House overlooking the cemetery.  (photo by FHWA's Deborah Vocke.) Section 2, Lot 953, on the hill near Arlington House overlooking the cemetery.  (photo by FHWA's Deborah Vocke.)
Updated: 10/16/2013
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