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Interior view of King's Chapel facing altar and pulpit

PC001.01.TMP.082 (RS98804)

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Interior view of King's Chapel facing altar and pulpit.

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Collection Name
General photographic collection
Collection Code
PC001
Dates
ca. 1877
Date of Acquisition
22 May 1918
Physical Description
1 photographic print
Inscriptions
Verso of mount: Interior of King's Chapel, Boston Gift 22 May 1918 of Mrs. S.J. Curtis 3/4" on long edge [in ink:] {8x10 neg. of this #4124-B}; Dupe, verso of mount: {King's Chapel Tremont St. Boston ca. 1877 [underlined: duplicate view:] see 82 OVP for better preserved image Source: The Vale (found in attic) Waltham, Mass. This image was removed from its frame in 1987 in order to protect it from damage from acidic backing. [with an arrow pointing to:] newspaper used to back image dates to 1877. Label on frame: Charles E. Cobb 3 [or 8] Beacon St. Boston, Ma}
Dimensions
16.75x 13(HxW) (inches)
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
OVP Photo Database Number: 93
OVP Number: OVP0082
Negative Number: 4124-B
Credit Line
Gift of Mrs. S. J. Curtis. Duplicate copy found in the attic of the Lyman Estate (The Vale), Waltham, Mass.
GUSN
202306
Reference Code
PC001.01.TMP.082

Record details

Descriptive Terms
aisles
altars (religious building fixtures)
capitals (column components)
ceilings
chancels
churches (buildings)
cinctures (column components)
columns (architectural elements)
crosses (visual works)
interior views
pews
pulpits
religious buildings
religious objects
sculpture (visual work)
stained glass (visual works)
windows
Material Type
albumen prints
photographs
Subjects
Architectural photography
Boston (Mass.)
Tremont Street (Boston, Mass.)
Places (Buildings)
King's Chapel (Boston, Mass.)
Related Items
— Same as: OVP0082.1
Physical Access Restrictions
Large, square-shaped stain across recto, possibly staining from an adjacent print during storage or picture frame; retouched (ink on recto). Dupe: faded, with damage to edges of mount.

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