Stereoscopic views of Essex County, Massachusetts [graphic].

Title
Stereoscopic views of Essex County, Massachusetts [graphic].
Publication
1865?-1890?
Electronic Resource
Image(s) via NYPL Digital Gallery

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Additional Authors
Description
  • 3 stereographs (photoprints) : albumen, b&w; 100x178mm.
  • 74 stereographs (photoprints) : albumen, some col. ;
Alternative Title
  • American views.
  • American views. Peoples series.
  • Beverly, Mass., and vicinity.
  • Beverly, Salem and Peabody views. 17, 80.
  • Essex County views.
  • Marine views.
  • New England views.
  • Newburyport and vicinity.
  • Peabody funeral obsequies. &c. 4.
  • Stereoscopic views of Ipswich and vicinity.
  • The "Best" series. Amesbury & vicinity.
  • The "Best" series. Lynn & vicinity.
  • The "Best" series. Marblehead, Mass.
  • Views of Beverly and vicinity. 3.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Albumen photoprints.
  • Photoprints.
  • Stereographs.
Note
  • Title devised by cataloger.
  • Includes views by J.S. Lafavour, J.S. Moulton, T. Lewis and other photographers and publishers.
  • Includes 2 hand-colored views
  • Some views formerly owned by Sydney Howard Gay.
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Cite As (note)
  • Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Call Number
MFY Dennis Coll 90-F218
Title
Stereoscopic views of Essex County, Massachusetts [graphic].
Imprint
1865?-1890?
Restricted Access
Restricted access; Photography Collection; Permit must be requested at division indicated.
Summary
Views of Essex County, including: Amesbury: the Eastern Railroad station, Bartlett's block and Main St., Hamilton Mills, and Whittier's home; Andover: Main St., showing businesses, the square, showing large elm tree and Elm House, elm arch and the library, the Free Church, Abbot Academy, Phillips Academy, Andover Theological Seminary, a parsonage, Harriet Beecher Stowe's home; Beverly: town hall, the new Briscoe School house, a monument decorated with wreaths and garlands, the Beverly bridge, including a view showing a horse trolley crossing, a group of African American women and men on the porch of a house one holding a guitar, possibly in Beverly; Bradford: Bradford Academy including an interior view showing desks, gas lights, a clock,; Byfield: L.A. Morrison & Son Woolen factory; Danvers: the pool, the Endicott pear tree, planted, 1682 by Gov.Endicott, a business building containing a tailor, dry goods, fancy goods stores, wagons in front, residence of C.H. Shepard, the railroad station; North Danvers: house where Gen Israel Putnam was born, 1718; Manchester: men posed under Aggasiz Rock; man and woman seated outside a cottage among the trees in Hamilton; Ipswich: the public library; tents on Ipswich Bluffs; Laurel Hill: an iron bridge leading to the business district; Marblehead: Abbot Hall, other buildings in foreground, carriages on Pleasant St., a large business block, view of sloops in harbor, Marblehead in background, boats anchored in bay, beach homes at left.
Visitors on a rock beach at Camp Lowell, Marblehead Neck, one looking through a telescope; Newbury: Chas. W. Woods residence; Peabody: George Peabody's funeral train, showing draped casket, the Peabody catalfaque showing crowd gathered on snowy day, Peabody tomb; portrait of Queen Victoria; group playing croquet in front of house on Plum Island; Salisbury: views at the beach, a large party resting on the beach, carriages beyond, beach homes, boats pulled ashore on Point shore, a lumber boat at a wharf at the Point, an interior view of Salisbury Point Congregational Church; Swampscot: boats in full sail, New York and Eastern Yacht Clubs regatta off Swampscot, Aug. 14, 1871, a distant view of Phillips Point, rock gardens, flower beds, sculpture and the sea view at Phillips Point; Topsfield: interior view of a church; general view of West Newbury; view of a mill stream, possibly in Amesbury, showing older buildings, and a large mill in background, outhouse(?) along the stream; a large neo-classical building, possibly a church; waterways in Essex county; theatrical group in costume on stage; an unidentified interior, probably a church, draped with flags "In honor of our fallen heroes," possibly in Methuen; an unidentified summer resort showing cottages, a speaker in front of a grove of benches.
Cite As:
Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Connect to:
Local Subject
Hand-colored photoprints.
Added Author
Anderson, A. W., active 1870-1902. Photographer
Brokaw, J. C. Publisher
Clough, O. W. Photographer
Hamor, A. D. Photographer
Hill, John B. Publisher
Jones, George H. Publisher
Lefavour, J. S. (John S.), 1831-1892. Photographer
Lewis, T. (Thomas R.), -1901. Photographer
Moulton, B. S. Photographer
Moulton, J. S. (John S.), 1820/21- Photographer
Moseley, R. E. Photographer
Proctor, G. K. Photographer
Reed, D. T. Photographer
Thompson, W. C. Photographer
Towle, S. (Simon) Photographer
Bushby & Hart, publishers.
Appleton & Proctor, photographers.
Lefavour & Clough, photographers.
Perkins & Lefavour, photographers.
G.J. Raymond & Co., publishers.
Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Added Title
American views.
American views. Peoples series.
Beverly, Mass., and vicinity.
The "Best" series. Amesbury & vicinity.
The "Best" series. Marblehead, Mass.
The "Best" series. Lynn & vicinity.
Beverly, Salem and Peabody views. 17, 80.
Essex County views.
Marine views.
Newburyport and vicinity.
Peabody funeral obsequies. &c. 4.
New England views.
Views of Beverly and vicinity. 3.
Stereoscopic views of Ipswich and vicinity.
Research Call Number
MFY Dennis Coll 90-F218
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