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Waban photographs - Rev. James Clement Sharp -

Waban photographs - Rev. James Clement Sharp -

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Title:
Waban photographs - Rev. James Clement Sharp -
Description:
Thirty-five photographs chiefly black & white, some framed, some in cardboard matting, some mounted on heavy paper/cardboard, in a phase box. 1 box ; 38 x 30 x 6 cm. - Waban is a Newton, Massachusetts village which sprang up after Beacon Street was extended west from Newton Centre to Woodward and Washington Streets in 1855. - Rev. James Clement Sharp, framed sepia portrait, framed by E. Schoepflin & Co. 55 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass. -
Contributor:
Newton Free Library
Date:
[1990–1999]
Format:
Photographs
Location:
Newton Free Library
Collection (local):
Waban (Newton, Mass.)
Subjects:
Waban (Newton, Mass.)--Photographs
Waban (Newton, Mass.)--Social life and customs
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Identifier:
Waban_Photo_001
Referenced by:
http://library.minlib.net/record=b2370962