In the book, the image takes up nearly the entire page and the text is
superimposed on the image.
This Mathew Brady photograph is from the same negative as the one in the
book. However, the book image is much darker and, consequentially, has
much less detail. For instance, in the center front ambulance, the knees
and lower legs of two men can be readily seen and the man on the right is
wearing white gloves. As well, there is enough variance in the shadow inside
the ambulance that one can see that there are two people on the driver's
"seat." In the book's darker version, all that can be seen is the white
blobs of the gloved hands. Everything else is black. Likewise, in
the rest of the picture, the picture above provides much better detail than
the image from the book.
During the televised procession for President Reagan, I was reminded of
this image and other images of the Grand Review.