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Amanda Benjamin Hall and Others Vacationing in Maine, about 1965
about 1965
Photographer:Photographed by Unknown
Photography; Kodak color print on Kodak paper
Primary Dimensions (image height x width): 3 3/8 x 5in. (8.6 x 12.7cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Harleigh Knott
Description: Group of women, two girls, a man and a dog, standing on a deck next to a wood frame building. One woman holds a glass. The two girls are kneeling down petting the dog. There are rocks, bushes, and a flag pole visible. In the background is a lake.
Subject Note: Amanda Benjamin Hall Brownell of New London, Connecticut, was an author and poet, who published under her maiden name, Amanda Benjamin Hall.
Inscription: On verso, at top in blue ink: "Small sliff under balcony to right. The lake / is Cupsuptic, joining Mooselookmeguntic Lake." At bottom, in blue ink: "Front Row: Lisa & Diana Brownell / Back Row (from left):Mrs. Rogers, Marilyn Brownell, Amanda / Brownell, Ms.___, Peggy Hall, John Brownell Sr. / At Ned Hall's Camp, 'The Ledges' / Oquossoc, Maine. / Circa 1965." Along right edge, in blue ink: "(Mrs. Rogers is now 100+ / Nursing home, Farmington , ME) / (We don't see much of the Halls.)" Separated at bottom right corner, in blue ink: "Ned Hall not / shown- Mrs. Rogers / is mother of Peggy."
Object Number: 2002.39.4
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