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Norwich Flood, Looking down Franklin Street

Norwich Flood, Looking down Franklin Street

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Description (Brief)
black and white stereograph mounted on orange cardstock; photograph by Edward Z. Webster; printed on verso "Webster's / Stereoscopic Views of the Great Flood, Mar. 26, 1876. / Norwich, during the Flood / No. 452, Looking down Franklin street, The square and street, as far as Rose Alley, all under water. / Gallery, corner Main and Shetucket Sts., Norwich."; handwritten on verso "Lewis No 3"; unpaved street extending from foreground to background through center of image, street is flooded; street is flanked by multi-level buildings, also flooded
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United States: Connecticut, Norwich
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
overall: 4 in x 7 in; 10.16 cm x 17.78 cm
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City landscape
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