John David Hoptak, a Park Ranger at the Antietam National Battlefield, shares a recent encounter with the printed program used to arrange the funeral and procession for General James Nagle.  He writes:

Before the morning program, I was approached by an older man, a native of Pottsville, who had been in the antiques business for years. He had with him a photocopy of one of his Civil War documents, thinking that both Tom and I would be interested. He was absolutely correct. What he had was a copy of the Funeral Arrangements for General James Nagle, of interest to me, certainly, but also a great little piece of history.

He goes on to share the contents of the copy and some photos of the General and others. 

Check out the full story on his blog, titled The 48th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry/ Civil War Musings.