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No. 32. From Highland Bridge, East

No. 32. From Highland Bridge, East

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Description (Brief)
black and white stereograph mounted on yellow cardstock; printed on verso "Photographed and Published by / C.H. Shute & Son, Edgartown, Mass. / Views of Martha's Vineyard Camp Ground, Oak Bluffs, Highlands, Gay Head, Edgartown, Katama, Vineyard Haven, Nantucket, A Whaling Voyage and other Views. At Wholesale and Retail,"; printed on recto "No. 32. From Highland Bridge, East."; three young girls and two young boys satanding on a wooden bridge with backs to photographer looking across an expanse of water towards the Sea View House (Hotel) on the far shore in the background; additional buildings on the far shore; two young girls are standing to the left of a covered pram; another young girl and two young boys are standing to the right of the pram
Object Name
stereograph
date made
1872-1877
maker
C. H. Shute & Son
place made
United States: Massachusetts, Martha's Vineyard, Oak Bluffs
associated place
United States: Massachusetts, Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 3 1/2 in x 7 in; 8.89 cm x 17.78 cm
ID Number
2012.3033.0699
nonaccession number
2012.3033
catalog number
2012.3033.0699
subject
Girls
Boys
Children
hotels
Tourism
Bridges
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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