An unknown photographer captured the scene that day, taking images at the church and cemetery as well as a photo of the flag-draped memorial before it was unveiled. On a frigid Monday afternoon, I aimed to replicate the long-ago photographer's work, shooting images with an iPhone 6 instead of a cumbersome glass-plate camera. The 1903 shooter probably shot the cemetery crowd image (bottom) from the second floor of the house across the street or from another elevated position, so I was unable to duplicate that effort.
Be sure to check out my other Then & Now Civil War images, also created using the excellent, free Juxtapose tool.
(Note: The glass-plate images are courtesy of Clifford T. Alderman. Images were scanned by Peg Giles.)