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Stereoscopic views of Worcester County, Massachusetts

Title
Stereoscopic views of Worcester County, Massachusetts [graphic].
Publication
1865?-1885?

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Description
  • 52 stereographs (photoprints) : albumen, b&w; 88x178mm.
  • 10 stereographs (photoprints) : albumen, b&w ;
Alternative Title
  • Lancaster, Mass. 15.
  • Milford views.
  • Prospect House.
  • Scenery of Lancaster, Mass. 4, 8, 15.
  • Stereoscopic scenery. Gardner, Mass.
  • Stereoscopic views of Royalston, mass. 1, 6, 7, 11, 20.
  • Views of Lake Quinsigamond Regatta, 1868. 4.
  • Summit house, Wachusett Mountain.
  • Wachusett Mountain scenery.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Group portraits.
  • Albumen photoprints.
  • Stereographs.
  • Photoprints.
Note
  • Includes views by G.J. Raymond & Co., J. L. Sweet, J. A. French and other photographers and publishers.
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Cite As (note)
  • Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Biography (note)
  • Photographer Cowee is possibly same person as Cowee, William H.
Call Number
MFY Dennis Coll 90-F224
Title
Stereoscopic views of Worcester County, Massachusetts [graphic].
Imprint
1865?-1885?
Restricted Access
Restricted access; Photography Collection; Permit must be requested at division indicated.
Summary
Views of Worcester County, Mass.: home of Ohio Whitney, Ashburnham; Athol: a hotel (?) with stables, buggy, "the hermit and visitors," and "the hermitage at nightfall," general view of Athol with fountain in the foreground, view of a photograph surrounded by memorial wreath by an Athol photographer; Clinton: general view, large mill building, river, industrial building with buggy in the foreground, a farm, plants in foreground, home, barns, etc., large family (?) group of over 70 people in front of a barn, civil war mounument decorated with garlands, 2 girls sitting on fence, churches and edge of town square, street view showing book store, ice cream shop buggies, construction, foreground, business building with tailor and photographer's studio; South Gardner fire Company No. 1, in uniform, view of a river valley and fams near Hubbardston, and cow next to stone fence, portrait of a cat in a chair; Lancaster: a ravine and a house, "through gorge from Mrs. Ware's," Main St. looking south, Hawkin's bridge, "4th Family residence, State Industrial School, showing a group of girls, including African Americans, in front of a large builing, each holding a blanket or shawl; view of the racecourse of the Lake Quinsigamond Regatta, 1868, taken from the hotel; Millford: Mansion House, the Baptist Church and a house; Princeton: girls playing croquet in front of Prospect House, general view showing roads, church, homes; men standing among debris of ruined building, Southbridge.
Royal Cascade, a 50-foot falls, man, foreground; Royalston: man sits on a stone fence, east side of the Commons, people stand on porch, Wm. W. Clement's home, man in buggy at left, residence of Prof. George F. Miller, residence of Wm. G. Ripley and birthplace of Ex-Governor Bullock, showing house, buggy, Doane's mill, just the frame of the building, and falls, residence of F.P. Foster, Esq.: views of a home taken by an Upton photographer: view of parlor, baby carriage visible through a door, parlor looking toward shuttered bay window, chairs, table, statuette visible, table set in dining room; Mt. Wachusett from field with stone fences, Summit house on Mt. Wachusett, view of stone building with large wooden dormer, horse and cart in front, later view showing large addition to Summit House and guests on porch; boaters on Lake Wachusett; Warren: park and bandstand, commercial buildings; house in or near West Gardner; West Upton: industrial buildings, town center showing church, grocery store, flagpole, homes; Westborough: town pump and a hardware store, Reform school, people on front of Willow Park Seminary, 13 graduates on steps of Westboro highschool, Westbrook Manufacturing Company, showing buildings on a river, bridge; group of elderly women and men on a porch, in Whitinsville.
Cite As:
Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Biography
Photographer Cowee is possibly same person as Cowee, William H.
Connect to:
Local Subject
Outdoor portraits.
Photographica.
Added Author
Allen, E. L. (Edward L.) Photographer
Bates, A. A., Jr. Photographer
Brock, C. F. Photographer
Cowee. Photographer
Cowee, William H. Attributed name
Emery, W. H. (William H.), 1840- Photographer
French, J. A. Photographer
Goodale, Geo. C. (George C.) Photographer
Grandy, Z. B. Photographer
Lewis, T. (Thomas R.), -1901. Photographer
Mosman, O. Photographer
Moulton, J. C. Photographer
Osborn, D. C. Photographer
Smith, C. A. Photographer
Sargent, F. V. Photographer
Sweet, J. L. Photographer
Townsend, C. H. Photographer
Waite, E. O. (Ed. O.) Photographer
Worldwide Information Resources. Photographer
G.J. Raymond & Co., publishers.
S.T. Davenport & Son., photographers.
Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Added Title
Lancaster, Mass. 15.
Milford views.
Prospect House.
Scenery of Lancaster, Mass. 4, 8, 15.
Stereoscopic scenery. Gardner, Mass.
Stereoscopic views of Royalston, mass. 1, 6, 7, 11, 20.
Views of Lake Quinsigamond Regatta, 1868. 4.
Summit house, Wachusett Mountain.
Wachusett Mountain scenery.
Research Call Number
MFY Dennis Coll 90-F224
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