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"Sedilias 26"

CC010.002.108 (RS211838)

Description

Photo album titled: "Sedilias 26." Title is hand printed on a round paper label affixed to spine; volume number was also printed on a paper label affixed to spine. Volume number is now detached. Album has a heavy textured dark brown covering and is held together with two metal brads. Album has 72 olive green pages; eleven of the pages are blank. Album contains one loose and 61 mounted black-and-white photographs. Photographs are of sedilia, pews and benches manufactured by A. H. Davenport Co., Irving and Casson, and theri successor, Irving and Casson - A. H. Davenport Co. The order number and year are often shown on a display in the photographs. Customer names are handwritten on two album pages. Named customers are: Christ Church (Gilbertsville, NY) and Euclid Avenue Presbyterian Church (Cleveleand, OH). Digital images of a selection of photographs from the album are attached to this record. Also included in album is one loose pencil drawing of a sedille or pew -- see record CC010.002.108.001.

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Details

Collection Name
Irving and Casson - A. H. Davenport -- Collection I
Collection Code
CC010
Dates
1880-1973, undated
Acquisition Type
Museum Purchase
Date of Acquisition
2012
Physical Description
1 photo album containing 72 pages and 61 photographs (11 x 15 1/2 x 1 3/4 inches)
Dimensions
11x 15 1/2 (HxW) (inches)
Dimensions
11x 15 1/2x 1 3/4(HxWxD) (inches)
Collection Type
Corporate Records
Description Level
File
Additional Identification Number
Strong Museum number: 135.26
GUSN
296013
Reference Code
CC010.002.108

Record details

Originator
A. H. Davenport Co. (American furniture manufactory, active late 19th-early 20th centuries) (Compiler)
Irving & Casson (Compiler)
Irving & Casson - A. H. Davenport Co. (Compiler)
Descriptive Terms
benches (furniture)
pews
sedilia
Material Type
black-and-white photographs
photograph albums
photographs

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