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Album 14: Architectual Details of Buildings in Newburyport, Mass.

PC009.014 (RS245184)

Description

"Book prepared by S. C. Reed, Artist, Newburyport. Dalton Club." This album consists of two hundred 4 x 5 inch photographs of exterior and interior details of houses in Newburyport, Newbury, East Haverhill, Byfield, Groveland, and Northampton, Massachusetts. The album includes images of doorways, windows, fireplaces, wallpaper, fences, windows, roof moldings, church steeples, and other details. The photographs are evidently from the early twentieth century. An index accompanies the album. The photographs document details of the Dalton House, the Unitarian Church, the Lord Timothy Dexter House, the Richardson House, the Cushing House, and the Hale House in Newburyport, and the Coffin House, the Pierce-Spencer House, and the Short House in Newbury, among others.

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Details

Collection Name
Photograph albums collection
Collection Code
PC009
Dates
undated
Acquisition Type
Gift
Date of Acquisition
1917
Physical Description
1 photograph album
Dimensions
5x 4(HxW) (inches)
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
Album Number: 14
Credit Line
Gift of William Sumner Appleton, Mrs. W. S. Bernhemier, and Charles Mosely, 1917.
GUSN
191833
Reference Code
PC009.014

Record details

Originator
Reed, Selwyn C. (Photographer)
Descriptive Terms
Hale House
detail views
dwellings
exterior views
interior views
wallpapers
Material Type
gelatin silver prints
photograph albums
Places
Newburyport (Essex county, Massachusetts)
Newbury (Essex county, Massachusetts)
East Haverhill (Grafton county, New Hampshire)
Byfield (Essex county, Massachusetts)
Groveland (Essex county, Massachusetts)
Places (Buildings)
Coffin House (Newbury, Mass.)
Cushing House (Newburyport, Mass.)
Dalton House
Hale House (Newburyport, Mass.)
Lord Timothy Dexter House
Newburyport Unitarian Church
Pierce-Spencer House
Richardson House (Newburyport, Mass.)
Short House Main House

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