Jaffrey House cupboard

Description

A view of the corner cupboard, with its doors and drawers closed, in the Georgian-style Jaffrey House on Daniel Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A carved cornice and Corinthian pilasters adorn the cupbord. A bow-back Windsor chair stands next to the cupboard. George Jaffrey, a New Hampshire Supreme Court justice, built the house on Daniel Street in 1730. The Museum of Fine Arts purchased the house in 1919 and removed two interiors and a cupboard. The house was destroyed in 1920.

Details

Descriptive Terms

pilasters
houses
Georgian (British Renaissance-Baroque style)
wallpapers
corner cupboards
Corinthian order
interior views
bow-back Windsor chairs
dwellings
chairs (furniture forms)
black-and-white prints (photographs)
photographs

Additional Identification Number

DigitalID 000549
AccessID 768
Other identifier HNEDID-000549
Nutting studio number 1560

Physical Description

1 photographic print : black-and-white ; 10 x 8 inches

Collection Code

PC039

Collection Name

Wallace Nutting photographic collection, 1910s-1930s

Reference Code

PC039.USNH.02.003

Date Notes

1914 or earlier.

Image Dimensions

10 x 8 (HxW)(inches)

Places

Portsmouth (Rockingham county, New Hampshire)

Record Details

Originator

Nutting, Wallace, 1861-1941 (photographer)

Material Type

black-and-white prints (photographs)
photographs

Other People

Jaffrey, George, 1682-1749

Subjects

Daniel Street (Portsmouth, N.H.)
Architectural photography

Variant Title

Corner cupboard, closed, Jaffrey House, Portsmouth, N.H.

Description Level

Item