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photo album # 213
An album consisting of seventy-two black-and-white photographs of the Crehore family. Most photographs were taken in Newton Lower Falls and at Rangeley Lake, including one photo of the family home in Chestnut Hill in 1920 and the Sweet family home (known as the Hap Carter home) in Honolulu in 1847. The photographs include family groups, summer and winter views of a house and grounds in Newton, and interiors and exteriors at the Rangeley Lake camp. The Rangeley Lake photographs depict bird hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and sailing in the 1920s. Also of interest is the photograph of a three-wheeled velocipede (photograph 15). Also included in this album is a photograph of Agnes Scribner, whose sewing machine is in the Historic New England collection. References to the Crehore home in Chestnut Hill can be found in "Brickbuilder" vol. 22, no. 3, plate 48.
album number 213C
1 photograph album; 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 inches
This album was dismantled and photographs of Hawaii were removed. Included with the Crehore family albums is an inventory of the albums including the pictures and albums removed to Honolulu, Hawaii, documenting the family's life in Hawaii. The inventory identifies each individual photograph and includes a glossary to family names and relationships.
Photograph albums collection
Gift of Claude Lee, Richard Lee, and Frances Carlson, December, 1999.
Newton Lower Falls (Newton, Middlesex county, Massachusetts) [part of inhabited place]
Rangeley Lake (Maine) [lake]
Bachrach, Louis Fabian, 1881-1963 (Photographer)
Crehore, Frederic Morton, 1858-1919
Crehore, Frances Carter, 1863-1941
Scribner, Sybil Elizabeth
Scribner , Agnes
Newton Lower Falls, Mass
Rangeley Lake, Maine
Hap Carter home
velocipede ( Bicycle)
photo album # 213