Young men in Vermont in the final December of the Civil War (1864)

One hundred and fifty-four years ago this week, seven friends sat for a portrait at Nathaniel L. Merrill's Photographic Gallery in Springfield, Vermont. They look young enough to be in high school, or perhaps recent graduates.  The carte-de-visite photo has a revenue stamp on the back, affixed and cancelled by the photographer on December 22,... Continue Reading →

Road trip #2 (UK)

This small snapshot came from England, but with no information about who's in it or where it was taken. Notice the can of Shell gas on the running board below.  These gals were prepared.   The camper (called a caravan in the UK) is a Car Cruiser model from the 1920s.  You can see a... Continue Reading →

Pause in the workday (2 of 2)

In this photo the coworkers from the previous post have been joined by four more men.  The man at far right may be an owner or manager.  The four women who stood arm-in-arm in the previous photo are now seated together in front. Here you can see the photo in high resolution:    

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