Old Baldy

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Two city museums are fighting over the mounted head of a horse called “Old Baldy,” The Associated Press reports.

Old Baldy isn’t just any horse–he was the preferred mount of Gen. George Meade during many of the Civil War’s most infamous battles, including Antietam and Gettysburg.

The Grand Army of the Republic Museum and the Civil War Museum will have joint custody of Old Baldy. Read more (and see a photo!)

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