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Photo manipulation in mass media has become too common these days with the help of digital cameras and image editing softwares. Newspapers and magazines would sometimes publish...
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General Ulysses S. Grant

General Ulysses S. Grant
This print (Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division) appears to be of General Ulysses S. Grant in front of his troops at City Point, Virginia, during the American Civil War. Some very nice detective work by researchers at the Library of Congress revealed that this print is a composite of three separate prints: (1) the head in this photo is taken from a portrait of Grant; (2) the horse and body are those of Major General Alexander M. McCook; and (3) the background is of Confederate prisoners captured at the battle of Fisher’s Hill, VA.
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