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Photograph album 79E

Description

Carte de visite album, with one tintype, stamped J. Atkins Noyes, Cambridge, Mass. An inscription on the front reads, "This book was my father's and mother's." Most are identified, and they seem to be the same group of people as in album 79D. Family names shown here are Frothingham, Prescott (including a photo of Col. George Prescott in uniform), Waldo, Holmes, Edes, Noyes and Mason. The album has many interesting, expressive photos of children and babies. Photographers are from New York City, Buffalo, and Brooklyn. Also represented are Ira Bryant from Charlestown, Mass.; Henry Franklin Warren from Waltham, Mass., Benjamin F. Jones from Salem, Mass.; and Allen & Horton from Boston, Mass.

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Details

Collection Name
Photograph albums collection
Collection Code
PC009
Acquisition Type
Gift
Physical Description
1 photograph album
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Credit Line
Gift of Penelope Barker Noyes
GUSN
268535
Reference Code
PC009.079E

Record details

Originator
Allen & Horton (Photographer)
Bryant, Ira (Photographer)
Jones, Benjamin F. (Photographer)
Noyes, James Atkins (Owner)
Warren, Henry Franklin, 1834-1895 (Photographer)
Other People
Prescott, George L. (George Lincoln), 1829-1864
Descriptive Terms
children (people by age group)
civil wars
colonels
families
infants
military uniforms
portraits
Material Type
cartes-de-visite (card photographs)
photograph albums
tintypes (prints)
Subjects
Civil War
Places
New York City (New York state)
Buffalo (Erie county, New York state)
Brooklyn (New York City, New York state) [borough]
Charlestown (Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts) [neighborhood]
Waltham (Middlesex county, Massachusetts)
Salem (Essex county, Massachusetts)
Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)
Related Items
J. A. Noyes Residence, 71 Sparks Street, Cambridge, Mass
Photograph album 79D
Photograph album 79C
Set of architectural drawings of the James A. Noyes House, Cambridge, Mass., 1893-94

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