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Weston, Connecticut
1900-1920
Publisher:Published by Connery Brothers
Publisher:Published by John T. Hayes , American, born 1862
Photomechanical prints; printer's ink on postcards Photography; albumen print on postcard
Primary Dimensions (image height x width): 3 1/2 x 5 1/2in. (8.9 x 14cm) Sheet (height x width): 3 1/2 x 5 1/2in. (8.9 x 14cm)
Credit Line: The Newman S. Hungerford Museum Fund
Description: Views of Weston, Connecticut include the Congregational Church, the Forge, Gilbert & Bennett Manufacturing Company, the Gilbert Farm, the Gilbert Memorial Congregational Church, the old David Pratt Ax Factory and Grinding Shop, the Methodist Church and Parsonage, Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, the Swedish Congregational Church, the old store and post office, and Devil's Den. One card, entitled "Timber Cutting," shows a steam-driven sawmill. Snow is on the ground in one picture. Several views were taken in the Georgetown district of Weston.
Inscription: Most postcards have titles printed in black or red ink. Some postcards have handwritten notes on the verso. All postcards, on verso, lower right, in pencil, accession numbers
Object Number: 2014.50.11-.25
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