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Two interior views of the Cooper-Frost-Austin House

PC001.01.TMP.168-B (RS89531)

Description

Interior views of the Hall and West Parlor of the Cooper-Frost-Austin House, both illustrating fireplaces.

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Details

Collection Name
General photographic collection
Collection Code
PC001
Dates
n.d.
Date of Acquisition
31 October 1930
Physical Description
2 photographic prints
Inscriptions
[OVP0168.B:] Recto of mount: [signed by photographer:] [underlined: Weber] Boston; Verso of mount: [crossed out: Living Room] Hall Cooper-Austin Linnnaean St Cambridge Oldest House in Camb. [stamped with photographer's name and address:] Paul J. Weber Architectural Photographer Boston (24) Mass. {#12730-A Hall Cooper-Austin house Cambridge, Mass. Gift of Mr. J. H. Bogart 31 Oct. 1930}; [OVP0168.C:] Recto of mount: [signed by photographer:] [underlined: Weber] Boston; Verso of mount: Cooper-Austin [stamped with photographer's name and address:] Paul J. Weber Architectural Photographer Boston (24) Mass. {#12731-A west Parlor Cooper-Austin house 21 Linnaean St. Cambridge, Mass. Gift of Mr. J. H. Bogart 31 Oct. 1930}
Dimensions
10.85x 10.75(HxW) (inches)
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
OVP Photo Database Number: 179
OVP Number: OVP0168.B ; OVP0168.C
Negative Number: 12730-A ; 12731-A
Credit Line
Gift of Mr. J. H. Bogart.
GUSN
202391
Reference Code
PC001.01.TMP.168-B

Record details

Originator
Weber, Paul J. (Photographer)
Descriptive Terms
chairs (furniture forms)
dwellings
fireplaces
footrests
furniture
halls (interior spaces)
interior views
lamps (lighting devices)
living rooms
stools (seating furniture)
Material Type
gelatin silver prints
photographs
Subjects
Architectural photography
Cambridge (Mass.)
Historic New England properties
Places (Buildings)
Cooper-Frost-Austin House (Cambridge, Mass.)
Physical Access Restrictions
Top and bottom edges of mount creased.

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