From:Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop
Name/TitleNo. 576 State Street, looking down, Boston, Mass.
About this objectA view from No. 576 State Street in Boston, MA. during the day. Several horse drawn carriages fill the street which are paved with cobble stones. Three to five story buildings line both sides of the street. The closest building on the right side of the street is named the Traveller Building. Signs on the building advertises the Hovey & Fenno Insurance Office as well as J. Davis & Co. Pavers.
Place MadeBoston, Massachusetts
MakerJohn P. Soule
Date Madeca. 1870
Medium and MaterialsAlbumen print
Inscription and MarksRecto[printed]: John P. Soule, – Boston 199 Washington Street. Boston And Vicinity. No. 576 State Street, looking down, Boston, Mass.
Measurements8.1 cm x 17.2 cm
Subject and Association DescriptionJohn P. Soule was born on October 16, 1828 in Phillips, Maine. Soule had a photography studio in Boston ca. 1859 – 1882. Afterwards he traveled west, photographing along the way and eventually settling in Seattle, WA. He died there in 1904.
Subject and Association KeywordsBoston
Subject and Association KeywordsMassachusetts
Subject and Association KeywordsJohn P. Soule
Subject and Association KeywordsTraveller Building
Subject and Association KeywordsHovey & Fenno
Subject and Association KeywordsInsurance Office
Subject and Association KeywordsJ. Davis & Co. Pavers
Subject and Association Keywordshorse and buggy
Subject and Association Keywordshorse
Subject and Association Keywordshorse-drawn carriage
Subject and Association KeywordsCobblestones
Subject and Association KeywordsCity
Subject and Association KeywordsState Street
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