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Family vacation album of northern New England snapshots

PC009.268 (RS207187)

Description

A photograph album of eighteen black and white snapshots. The cover reads "Aristo Snapshots." The album includes family snapshots taken in October, 1938, of locations in northern New England including Franconia Notch, Dixville Notch, Gorham, hurricane damage in North Woodstock, and the Androscoggin River in New Hampshire; Lake Champlain, Barre, and Danville in Vermont; and Upton, Orono, and Fort Knox in Maine. All of the photographs are captioned, and many show outdoor scenery. One interesting photograph depicts a family partaking in a roadside picknic. Two photographs are labeled with individuals' names, Betty McCully and Robert McCully.

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Details

Collection Name
Photograph albums collection
Collection Code
PC009
Dates
1938
Acquisition Type
Gift
Date of Acquisition
2012
Physical Description
1 album; black and white photographs; 3 x 4 3/4 inches
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
album number: 268
Credit Line
Gift of Carl R. Nold, 2012.
GUSN
271937
Reference Code
PC009.268

Record details

Descriptive Terms
Androscoggin River
Barre, VT
Danville, VT
Dixville Notch, NH
Echo Lake, NH
Franconia Notch, NH
Gorham, NH
Lake Champlain
North Woodstock, NH
Umbagog Lake
Upton, ME
camps (recreation areas)
landscapes (representations)
vacations
Material Type
photograph albums
Places
Upton (Oxford county, Maine)
Dixville Notch (Coos county, New Hampshire)
Danville (Caledonia county, Vermont)
Lake Champlain (North and Central America) [lake]
Barre (Washington county, Vermont)
North Woodstock (Grafton county, New Hampshire)
Franconia Notch State Park (Grafton county, New Hampshire) [state park]
Gorham (Coos county, New Hampshire)
New Hampshire (United States)
Vermont (United States)
Maine (United States)
Location Note
Box: Albums 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 268, 269

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