Gen. no. 92, neg. by B, No. 57. Plate maker I.C., kind R.P. Lens maker Morrison, focal length 8 in. C, Stop 5 U.S. No. 121. Exposure time of 7.5. Date 1884, July 29.5.45 P.M. Weather, sun breaking through storm clouds. Place, about 2 miles down the valley from Strasburg. View, Looking back towards Strasburg and the battle field of Fisher's Hill, the region of which lies to the left of sharp peak. 'Interesting to me personally as the place where I broke the ground glass of my camera trying to get it over the tall rail fence, one slick which projects into the picture on the left.'
'113.D.67; July 31, 1884, Thursday 5:00 pm; Winchester is in the distance on the left. The house is known as the Dinkler house. Its present occupant was with us while we were taking this view. A piece of our road from Winchester is visible on the left and on the slope just in front of it is the sandy knoll from which No. 110 was taken the line of the road across the view is marked by the bushes.'