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Alcott—Grave
Alcott grave, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCGRV-001
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Title: Alcott grave, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
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Dimensions 5 3/8 x 3 3/8 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed colored photograph of the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery grave marker of Amos Bronson Alcott, Abigail May Alcott, Anna Bronson Alcott Pratt, Louisa May Alcott, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, and May Alcott Nierker. The caption is printed in black over the photograph. Back is divided, and includes code 'A.M.S. 8123.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy three includes note, address, stamp and postmark.
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott Pratt, Anna Bronson, Alcott—Grave, Alcott, Abigail May, Alcott, Amos Bronson, Alcott, Elizabeth Sewall, Alcott, Louisa May, Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Alcott—Home, exterior
The Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass., Taken about the time 'Little Women' lived there; early 20th century
ALCHSE-001
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., Taken about the time 'Little Women' lived there; early 20th century
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Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front shows a printed photograph of Orchard House in the snow, with a drawn frame; the caption is also in a drawn frame. Back is divided.
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Style Early divided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 

The Alcott House, Concord, 	Mass., Taken about the time 'Little Women' lived there; early 20th centuryALCHSE-002
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., Taken about the time 'Little Women' lived there; early 20th century
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Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front shows a printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-western corner, within a drawn frame; the caption is also in a drawn frame. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has been addressed and sent, postmark 1920.
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., A. Bronson Alcott, Mrs. Alcott and one of the 'Little Women'; early 20th century
ALCHSE-003
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., A. Bronson Alcott, Mrs. Alcott and one of the 'Little Women'; early 20th century
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Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of three figures standing outside of the south east side of Orchard House. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context Concord photo file includes a negative of this postcard from William Towler.
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott, Abigail May, Alcott, Amos Bronson
Tags: Houses; people; photographs
 
Louisa May Alcott House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSE-004
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Title: Louisa May Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Made by Tichnor bros., Inc.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House, as viewed from the front, with an rectangular illustration of Louisa May Alcott in the upper left corner. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Printed caption on back: 'The Alcott House. 'Orchard House' was the home of Louisa May Alcott from 1857-1878. A. Bronson Alcott and many of his literary circle met here and laid plans for the foundation of the Concord School of Philosophy'. Copy 4 includes a handwritten note but no postmark or stamp.
Style Linen era postcard
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Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Louisa May, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; photographs
 
The Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass. A. Bronson and one of the 'Little Men'; early 20th century
ALCHSE-005
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass. A. Bronson and one of the 'Little Men'; early 20th century
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Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and-white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front, with Amos Bronson Alcott and a young man outside the front door. Photograph is in a drawn frame, and caption is in a drawn frame below the photograph. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Amos Bronson
Tags: Houses; people; photographs
 
Louisa May Alcott House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSE-006
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Title: Louisa May Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Tichnor Quality Views
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House as viewed from the front with an rectangular illustration of Louisa May Alcott in the upper left corner. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Louisa May, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. Orchard 
	House — Home of the Alcotts.; circa 1905
ALCHSE-007
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Title: Concord, Mass. Orchard House — Home of the Alcotts.; circa 1905
Creator Photographer H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. Publisher Raphael Tuck & Sons
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of Orchard House and the School of Philosophy as viewed from the front. Image has a white border at the bottom that includes the photographer's information, the caption, and a small version of the publisher logo. Back includes Raphael Tuck & Sons logo, space for address, and a small seal of Great Britain. Caption on back states that this postcard is part of Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card series No. 2127, 'Concord, Mass.'
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Style Undivided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Raphael Tuck & Sons (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: Houses; schools; photographs
 
Louisa May Alcott House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSE-009
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Title: Louisa May Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by Tichnor Bros. Inc., Boston, Mass. Made in the U.S.A.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front depicts a printed hand-colored photograph of Orchard House as viewed from the front with an illustration of Louisa May Alcott in an oval frame in the upper left corner. Back is divided, and includes space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Louisa May, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher), Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; works of art
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	home of the Alcott Family; early to mid-20th century
ALCHSE-010
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, home of the Alcott Family; early to mid-20th century
Creator Published by The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut. Photograph by Samuel Chamberlain.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of Orchard House as viewed from the southwest; photograph includes photograph's mark. Bottom includes a larger blank border. Back is divided. Numbered 243.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, American Scene (publisher), Chamberlain, Samuel (photographer)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord 
	Mass.;
ALCHSE-011
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Title: Orchard House, Concord Mass.;
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Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph Orchard House viewed from the front. The photograph has a white border at the bottom and right sides that contains the caption and a space for a message with a year prefix ('190'). Back is undivided.
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Style Undivided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	where Louisa M. Alcott began 'Little Women'; early to mid-20th century
ALCHSE-012
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, where Louisa M. Alcott began 'Little Women'; early to mid-20th century
Creator Published by The American Scene, New Haven Connecticut. Copyright Samuel Chamberlain [photographer]
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of Orchard House as viewed from the southwest. The photograph includes photograph's mark (SC). Back is divided and includes a serial number: ' 249. The American Scene.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two is inscribed:'Gift of Rosita Corey.'
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, American Scene (publisher), Chamberlain, Samuel (photographer)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
[Orchard House]; 1964 
	(copyright date)
ALCHSE-013
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Title: [Orchard House]; 1964 (copyright date)
Creator Published by Yankee Colour Corp., Southboro, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features printed color photograph of Orchard House. Back is divided and includes caption of the history of Orchard House, the publisher's information and logo. Numbered C-5.
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Style Photochrome era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs.
 
Louisa May Alcott's home, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; 1964 (copyright date)
ALCHSE-014
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Title: Louisa May Alcott's home, Concord, Massachusetts; 1964 (copyright date)
Creator Published by Yankee Colour Corp., Southboro, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features printed color photograph of Orchard House. Back is divided and includes caption about Louisa May Alcott, the publisher's information and logo. Numbered C-5.
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Style Photochrome era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
The Alcott House; late 
	1950s
ALCHSE-015
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Title: The Alcott House; late 1950s
Creator Published by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. Back is divided and includes a caption about the history of Orchard House. Identified as 'Lusterchrome' on back.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note, address, stamp and postmark.
Style Photochrome era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
ALCHSE-016
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. Back is divided, and includes a caption on the history of Orchard House with the serial number S5574-4.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has a note written on it, but no address or postmark.
Style Photochrome era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Edward Wells (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; late 20th century
ALCHSE-017
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
Creator Colourpicture, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed color photograph of Orchard House viewed from the southwest corner. The School of Philosophy is visible, but mostly obscured by a tree. Back is divided and includes a Plastichrome logo, and a caption about the history of Orchard House. Area for stamp includes number: 'P76275'.
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Style Photochrome era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Colourpicture (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts;
ALCHSE-018
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts;
Creator Published by H.K. Barnett, Allison Park, PA. Photograph by Bonnie McGrath.
Dimensions 4 1/8 x 5 7/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. The door of the house is open. Back is divided and includes a caption on the history of Orchard House, the logo of the manufacturer, and several series or serial numbers.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Caption on back, 'Litho in USA' implies that one or both sides were printed using lithograph technique.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, H. K. Barnett (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
'Orchard 
	House' The Home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; mid 20th century (based on postmark on copy 2
ALCHSE-020
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Title: 'Orchard House' The Home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; mid 20th century (based on postmark on copy 2
Creator Printed by the Collotype Co., Elizabeth, NJ and NY for Edward Wells.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes note, address, one cent stamp and postmark.
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Collotype Co. (publisher), Edward Wells (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
'Orchard 
	House', the home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; mid 20th century
ALCHSE-021
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Title: 'Orchard House', the home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; mid 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey, made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, NY.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed color photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. Back is divided and includes the caption, the logo for Dexter Press, and a series or serial number 81208.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Dexter Press (publisher), Edward Wells (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
'Orchard 
	House,' Home of the Alcotts, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE- 022
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Title: 'Orchard House,' Home of the Alcotts, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the American Art Post Card Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white real photograph of Orchard House viewed from the southeast side with the caption and a small serial number, '391,' next to the caption. Back is divided.
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Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Photo gelatine print
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, American Art Photo Post Card Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
'Orchard 
	House,' Home of 'Little Women,' Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
ALCHSE-023
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Title: 'Orchard House,' Home of "Little Women," Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Published by the Eagle Post Card View Co., New York, NY
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 3/4 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white printed photograph of Orchard House and the caption. Back is divided and includes publisher logo.
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSE-024
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator From photographs made by The Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner and caption. Back is divided. A caption on the back identifies this as part of the 'The City' series.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Alcott House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSE-025
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Title: Alcott House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator From photographs copyrighted by The Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner and caption. Back is divided. A caption on the back identifies this as part of the 'The City' series.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; early 19th century
ALCHSE-026
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 19th century
Creator Published by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided. A caption on the back identifies this as part of the 'The City' series.
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSE-027
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is undivided. A caption on the back identifies this as part of the 'The City' series.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context This appears to be from the Maynard Workshop photograph of Orchard House, featured in other postcards in this collection.
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
The 'Orchard 
	House,' Concord, Mass.; 1950 (copyright date)
ALCHSE-028
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Title: The 'Orchard House,' Concord, Mass.; 1950 (copyright date)
Creator [Illustrated by] R.H. Ferran
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a drawing of Orchard House, the caption, and brief history of Orchard House which mentions the School of Philosophy. Back is divided and includes a serial number: '105'.
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Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Ferran, R. H. (artist)
Tags: Houses; works of art
 
'Orchard 
	House,' where Louisa Alcott wrote her famous stories; early 20th century
ALCHSE-029
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Title: 'Orchard House,' where Louisa Alcott wrote her famous stories; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and- white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. The image has small white borders on the top and bottom; the bottom border includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two is water damaged.
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
'Orchard House,' where Louisa Alcott wrote her famous stories.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-030
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Title: 'Orchard House,' where Louisa Alcott wrote her famous stories.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and- white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front. The image has white border that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy 4 includes a note, address, stamp and postmark dated 1921.
Style Early divided back era postcard
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Louisa M. Alcott, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-031
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Title: Home of Louisa M. Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made by Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed version of a hand-colored black-and-white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner, with the caption and serial number, 'D70100' and the publisher name. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSE-032
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored photograph of Orchard House with the printed (debossed) caption. Back is divided and includes a serial number: 'A.M.S. 5613'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Home of 
	Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-033
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Title: Orchard House, Home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and-white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner. The image has a white border on the bottom and right side that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a note on the front, and address, postmark and stamp on the back.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Louisa Alcott and 
	her 'Little Women,' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE- 034
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Title: Home of Louisa Alcott and her 'Little Women,' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator The Valentine-Souvenir Co., New York.
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House, with a portrait of Louisa May Alcott in an oval frame, the caption, a scroll with a quotation from Little Women. Back is divided and includes the publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a stamped address, a five-cent postage stamp (Thoreau 150th birthday anniversary commemorative stamp), and a postmark dated 1967 July 12.
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Valentine-Souvenir Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; literature; people; photographs
 
Home of Louisa May Alcott, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-035
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Title: Home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured for John M. Keyes, Concord, Mass. by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House with the caption in a white border at the bottom. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Home of 
	Louisa M. Alcott, Concord, Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark)
ALCHSE-036
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Title: Orchard House, Home of Louisa M. Alcott, Concord, Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark)
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 13/16 inches
Orientation Horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black- and-white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-west corner, the caption, and a white border on the bottom and right side. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the 'Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one has a note, address, postmarks dated 1907 and a one cent stamp. Copy three inscribed 'From Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, 1984.'
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History Copy three is part of, and housed with, the Mrs. Malcolm Thompson Collection, Concord Postcard Collection.
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Mrs. Malcom Thompson Collection
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Home of 
	Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-037
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Title: Orchard House, Home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Printed by Tichnor Bros. Inc., Cambridge, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the front, with a white border and the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed 'Gift of Connie Turrisi.'
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Louisa M. Alcott, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-038
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Title: Home of Louisa M. Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front includes a photograph with an illustrated frame of ivy, a drawn portrait of Louisa May Alcott, and a handwritten quote from Little Women and Louisa May Alcott's signature. With a white border featuring a serial number, '5-4,' and the caption. Back is divided, includes a space for a one cent stamp. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the "Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; literature; works of art
 
Orchard House, home of 
	the Alcotts, Concord, Mass.; circa 1914 (dated note)
ALCHSE-039
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Title: Orchard House, home of the Alcotts, Concord, Mass.; circa 1914 (dated note)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Orchard House and the School of Philosophy viewed from the front. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Note on front dated 1914 July 13.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, School of Philosophy
Tags: Houses; schools; photographs
 
The Orchard House, Home 
	of the Alcotts from 1858-1882, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE- 040
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Title: The Orchard House, Home of the Alcotts from 1858-1882, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator The Barron Souvenir Co., Dorchester, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of Orchard House, with the caption written on the negative. The caption includes serial number '2014'. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard, or Louise Alcott 
	House, Concord, Mass.; circa 1906 (postmark)
ALCHSE-041
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Title: Orchard, or Louise Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; circa 1906 (postmark)
Creator Published By A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored photograph of Orchard House with the School of Philosophy in the background. There is a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number: '442.' Back is undivided, with a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes note, address, postmark (1906 August 10) and a postage stamp.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms A. C. Bosselman & Co. (publisher), Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; schools; photographs
 
Home of Louisa Alcott, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 19th century
ALCHSE-042
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Title: Home of Louisa Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 19th century
Creator Published by United Art Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House, with a portrait of Louisa May Alcott in an oval frame in the upper-right corner. The image has a small white border, and the top includes the caption. There are two serial numbers on the front: 202 and 22052.Back is divided and includes a brief history of the Orchard House and the publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, United Art Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Orchard House, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-043
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Title: Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., New York and Boston
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House. Includes the caption and serial number 213005. Back is divided and includes publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Louisa May Alcott, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-044
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Title: Home of Louisa May Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by The New England News Company
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House, with a white border, the caption and the serial number 3085. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Hand-coloring may have been applied directly to the card rather than being reproduced during printing.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, New England News Company (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
[Real photograph of Orchard House]; early 20th century
ALCHSE- 045
High resolution image available

Top Subjects Index
Title: [Real photograph of Orchard House]; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of Orchard House and two female figures sitting in front of it with a white border. Back is divided, with the word 'Velox' printed around the stamp area.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Velox photograph paper
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; people; photographs
 
Louisa Alcott House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-046
Top Subjects Index
Title: Louisa Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons'
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-east corner. Image has a white border at the bottom that includes the photographer's information, the caption, and a small version of the publisher logo. Back is divided and includes publisher logo, seal of the United Kingdom, and the caption. Caption on back states that this postcard is part of Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card series No. 0249, 'Concord, Mass.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Raphael Tuck & Sons (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard (or Alcott House)., 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-047
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Title: Orchard (or Alcott House)., Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Metropolitan News Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-east corner. Back is undivided
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Metropolitan News Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-048
Top Subjects Index
Title: Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Robbins Bros., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-east corner, and a stamped logo. with a white border and caption on the right side. Back is divided with the bulk of space allotted for the address, and includes a logo and two serial numbers, 7040 and 36380.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Robbins Bros. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard (or Alcott) House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-049
Top Subjects Index
Title: Orchard (or Alcott) House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Metropolitan News Co., Boston.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-east corner, the caption, and the publishing information. The front also has a white border with a thicker border on the right side. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Metropolitan News Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Alcott House and School of 
	Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; 1906 (copyright date)
ALCHSE-050
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Title: Alcott House and School of Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; 1906 (copyright date)
Creator Published by Detroit Publishing Company
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House and the School of Philosophy. Front is framed by a white border, where the bottom edge is thicker. The bottom border includes the caption, the publisher's logo, and a serial number 10132. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher)
Tags: Houses; schools; photographs
 
The Orchard House, 
	Concord, Mass., Showing the School of Philosophy at the left.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSE-051
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Title: The Orchard House, Concord, Mass., Showing the School of Philosophy at the left.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Copyright Kerry Walton
Dimensions 3 11/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Orchard House and the School of Philosophy viewed from the south-west. Caption and copyright are printed on top of image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Perry Walton (publisher)
Tags: Houses; Schools; Photographs
 
Orchard House; 1970 
	(copyright date)
ALCHSE-052
Top Subjects Index
Title: Orchard House; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Wilson Associates
Dimensions 4 1/2 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black and white photograph of Orchard House viewed from the southwest corner. Back is divided, and includes the caption and a paragraph about the history of the house and the Alcotts.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Wilson Associates (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Louisa M. Alcott, Author of 'Little Women' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-053
High resolution image available

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Title: Home of Louisa M. Alcott, Author of 'Little Women' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator 'Colourpicture' publication, Boston
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front depicts a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House as viewed from the front with a photograph of Louisa May Alcott in a circular frame in the upper left corner. Back is divided and includes a serial number: '10412.'
Inscriptions/Marks Donated 2016 August 24 by the Marshall District Library in Marshall, Michigan.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Louisa May, Colourpicture (publisher), Orchard house
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Orchard (or Alcott House)., 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-054
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Title: Orchard (or Alcott House)., Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Chisholm Bros., Portland, Me.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-east corner. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Chisholm Bros. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Orchard House, Home of 
	Louisa M. Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSE-055
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Title: Orchard House, Home of Louisa M. Alcott, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Tichnor Bros.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front depicts a hand-colored printed photograph of Orchard House as viewed from the front with a photograph of Louisa May Alcott in a circular frame in the upper left corner. Back is divided, includes space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Alcott—Home, interior
Parlor, Orchard House, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-001
Top Subjects Index
Title: Parlor, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front includes a printed black-and-white photograph of the parlor of Orchard House viewed facing the front windows. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is undivided. Caption on the back identifies the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Parlor, Orchard House, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-002
Top Subjects Index
Title: Parlor, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front includes a printed black-and-white photograph of the parlor of Orchard House viewed facing the front windows. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is undivided. Caption on the back identifies the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Parlor, Orchard House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-003
Top Subjects Index
Title: Parlor, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by Eagle Post Card View Co., New York
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and- white drawing of the parlor of Orchard House, with a small white border and the caption. Back is divided and includes publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printing process identified on back as 'photo gloss'
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; works of art
 
Dining room, Orchard House,
	 Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-004
Top Subjects Index
Title: Dining room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Photograph copyrighted by The Maynard Workshop
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and- white photograph of the dining room of Orchard House, facing eastern windows. The image includes a white border with the caption and a manufacturer logo. Back is divided. Caption on the back identifies the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Stairway, dining room, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-005
Top Subjects Index
Title: Stairway, dining room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the stairway in the dining room of Orchard House. Photograph is surrounded by a white border (larger at the bottom) that includes the caption. Back is undivided. Caption on the back identifies the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Dining Room, 'Orchard
	 House,' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCHSI-006
Top Subjects Index
Title: Dining Room, 'Orchard House,' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Eagle Post Card View Co., New York
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and- white drawing of the dining room of Orchard House (viewed facing the eastern windows), with a small white border and the caption. Back is divided and includes publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printing process identified on back as 'photo gloss'
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; works of art
 
Parlor, Orchard House, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-007
Top Subjects Index
Title: Parlor, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Photographs copyrighted by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3/12 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front includes a printed black-and-white photograph of the parlor of Orchard House viewed facing the front windows. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and the publisher logo. Back is undivided. Caption on the back identifies the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
The Dining Room, Orchard 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-009
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Dining Room, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Copyright Perry Walton
Dimensions 3 11/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the dining room of Orchard House, facing north-east, with the caption and the copyright information printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Perry Walton (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Louisa May Alcott's Room in 
	the Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-010
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Title: Louisa May Alcott's Room in the Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator copyright Perry Walton
Dimensions 3 11/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Louisa May Alcott's room in Orchard House facing the south-eastern corner. Caption and copyright information are printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copies 1 and 2 use a different font on the back than copies 3 and 4.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Perry Walton (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
The Study, Orchard House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-011
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Study, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., Inc., New York
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the study of Orchard House, facing the fireplace. Image has a white border with the caption. Back is divided and includes publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has note, address, postmark and postage stamp.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Photo-gloss postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
The Study, Orchard House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-012
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Study, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., Inc., New York
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the study of Orchard House, facing the chimney. Caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo and a place for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Mrs. Alcott's room, Orchard 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-013
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Title: Mrs. Alcott's room, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., Inc., New York
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a drawing of the parent's room of Orchard House viewed facing the southwestern windows; the drawing has a white border where the caption is located. Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Photo-gloss postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; works of art
 
Mrs. Alcott's room, Orchard 
	House, Concord, Mass.;
ALCHSI-014
Top Subjects Index
Title: Mrs. Alcott's room, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.;
Creator Published by Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the parent's room of Orchard House, surrounded by a border that is thicker on the right and left sides. Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying it as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Louisa M. Alcott's room, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-015
Top Subjects Index
Title: Louisa M. Alcott's room, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., Inc., New York
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a drawing of Louisa M. Alcott's room in Orchard House facing the southeastern windows. The drawing is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Photo-gloss postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, Louisa May, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; works of art
 
In Louisa M. Alcott's Room, 
	'Orchard House', Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
ALCHSI-016
Top Subjects Index
Title: In Louisa M. Alcott's Room, 'Orchard House', Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., New York, New York.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Louisa May Alcott's room in Orchard House, facing the chimney. The photograph has a white border with the caption. Back is divided and includes the logo of the publisher.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Louisa Alcott's room, Orchard
	 House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-017
Top Subjects Index
Title: Louisa Alcott's room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Louisa May Alcott's room of Orchard House, facing the western wall. The photograph has a thicker on the right and left sides. Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying it as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, Louisa May, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Louisa Alcott's room, Orchard
	 House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-018
Top Subjects Index
Title: Louisa Alcott's room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Louisa May Alcott's room of Orchard House, facing the western wall. The photograph is surrounded by a border that is thicker on the right and left sides. Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying it as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, Louisa May, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
May Alcott's Room, Orchard 
	House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-019
Top Subjects Index
Title: May Alcott's Room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator From photographs made by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's room in Orchard House facing the back wall of the house. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that is larger on the bottom and includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, May, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
May Alcott's Room, Orchard 
	House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-020
Top Subjects Index
Title: May Alcott's Room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator From photographs made by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's room in Orchard House facing the back wall of the house. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that is larger on the bottom and includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a stamp with the name and address of William H. Towler (also known as Bill Towler).
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, May, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
In Louisa M. Alcott's Room, 
	'Orchard House', Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
ALCHSI-021
Top Subjects Index
Title: In Louisa M. Alcott's Room, 'Orchard House', Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., New York, New York.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Louisa May Alcott's room in Orchard House, facing the chimney. The photograph has a white border with the caption. Back is divided and includes the logo of the publisher.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, Louisa May, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Children's nursery, Alcott 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-022
Top Subjects Index
Title: Children's nursery, Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Color Production, Miami Beach, Fla.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the children's nursery facing the eastern corner of the room. The photograph has a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided, and includes the publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Children's nursery, Alcott 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCHSI-023
Top Subjects Index
Title: Children's nursery, Alcott House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Eagle Post Card View Co., New York, NY
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the children's nursery facing the eastern corner of the room. The photograph has a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided, and includes the publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Eagle Post Card View Co. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
May Alcott's room, Orchard 
	House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-024
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Title: May Alcott's room, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's room in Orchard House facing the back wall of the house. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that is larger on the bottom and includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Drawing by May Alcott, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-025
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Title: Drawing by May Alcott, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's drawing (painting) on the stairwell door of her room in Orchard House. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that is wider at the bottom, and includes the caption. Back is undivided, and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, May, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Drawing by May Alcott, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-026
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Title: Drawing by May Alcott, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator From photographs made by the Maynard Workshop Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 5 9/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's drawing (painting) on the stairwell door of her room in Orchard House. The photograph is surrounded by a white border, and includes the caption. Back is undivided, and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, May, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Drawing by May Alcott, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-027
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Title: Drawing by May Alcott, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's drawing (painting) on the stairwell door of her room in Orchard House. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that is wider at the bottom, and includes the caption. Back is undivided, and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, May, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Drawing by May Alcott, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCHSI-028
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Title: Drawing by May Alcott, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Photographs copyrighted by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 5 9/16 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of May Alcott's drawing (painting) on the stairwell door of her room in Orchard House. The photograph is surrounded by a white border that is wider at the bottom, and includes the caption. Back is undivided, and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott, May, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; people; photographs; works of art
 
Alcott—Literature
Little Women: Meg, Jo, Beth 
	and Amy; early to mid- 20th century
ALCLIT-001
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Title: Little Women: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Dorothy Lake Gregory, artist.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front contains a printed illustration of the main characters of Louisa May Alcott’s novel, Little Women, doing their favorite activities in the living room of their home. Drawn by Dorothy Lake Gregory. Printed image and inscriptions are oriented on the left side of the postcard; there is an inch of blank space on the right side. Back of the postcard is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Caption and artist name are handwritten at the bottom edge of the card.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques May be a lithograph created by the artist. Printed on EKC paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Literature, Alcott, Louisa May, Gregory, Dorothy Lake (artist)
Tags: houses; people; works of art
 
Scene from 'LITTLE 
	WOMEN': Jo Sacrifices Her Hair to Secure Money for Her Father's Comfort; 1910s
ALCLIT-002
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Title: Scene from 'LITTLE WOMEN': Jo Sacrifices Her Hair to Secure Money for Her Father's Comfort; 1910s
Creator Printed by Dana T. Bennet Co., New York
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features printed photograph of cast members of the Boston Majestic Theatre's production of Little Women with caption. Sepia tone. Created as an advertisement. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Caption on the back: 'Majestic Theatre Boston 'Little Women' Now Playing For matinees see announcement in daily papers.' Includes handwritten note in pencil: "Harvard historical/Sturdy Coll., 1990."
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Literature
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
Alcott—Portraits
Mrs. Alcott in the Library, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 1900s
ALCPOR-001
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Title: Mrs. Alcott in the Library, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 1900s
Creator Published by The Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 5 9/16 x 3 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of Abigail May Alcott sitting in the library of Orchard House. The photograph is in a drawn frame, and the caption is in a frame outline below the photograph. Copies 2 and 3 include a captions identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one is stamped with the name William H. Towler and an address.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott—Portraits, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; people; photographs
 
The Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass., Mr. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
ALCPOR-002
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., Mr. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note The front features a rectangular frame with photograph of Amos Bronson Alcott sitting in the study of Orchard House and a caption below, also in a rectangular frame. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Amos Bronson
Tags: houses; people; photographs
 
Louisa May Alcott; mid- to 
	late 20th century
ALCPOR-003
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Title: Louisa May Alcott; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Cuts by Courtesey of 'Concord, old yet ever new'
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a 'cut' of Louisa May Alcott in profile and a "cut" of Orchard House. The text lists her dates of birth and death, and the text of her poem "To the First Robin", written in 1840. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Louisa May
Tags: Houses; people; works of art; literature
 
A Bronson Alcott on the 
	Steps of the School of Philosophy, founded in 1879, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; ca. 1975 (copyright date)
ALCPOR-005
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Title: A Bronson Alcott on the Steps of the School of Philosophy, founded in 1879, Orchard House, Concord, Mass.; ca. 1975 (copyright date)
Creator Produced by Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed reproduction of a photograph of Amos Bronson Alcott.; back features caption and publishing information. Back is divided. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Portraits, Alcott—School of Philosophy, Alcott, Amos Bronson, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: schools; people; photographs
 
Mrs. Alcott in the Library, 
	Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 1900s
ALCPOR-006
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Title: Mrs. Alcott in the Library, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 1900s
Creator Published by the Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association, Concord, Massachusetts.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed photograph of Abigail May Alcott sitting in the library of Orchard House. The photograph is in a drawn frame, and the caption is in a frame outline below the photograph. Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one is stamped with the name William H. Towler and an address.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Abigail May, Louisa M. Alcott Memorial Association (publisher)
Tags: photographs; houses; people
 
The Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass., Mr. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
ALCPOR-007
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., Mr. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note The front features a rectangular frame with photograph of Amos Bronson Alcott sitting in the study of Orchard House and a caption, also in a rectangular frame. Back identifies this as a 'The City' post card.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Amos Bronson
Tags: houses; people; photographs
 
Bronson Alcott at Orchard 
	House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCPOR-008
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Title: Bronson Alcott at Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Bronson Alcott sitting at a bench at the foot of a large tree, with a caption. Back identifies this as a 'The City' post card.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—Portraits, Maynard Workshop
Tags: nature; photographs; people
 
The Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass., Mr. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
ALCPOR-009
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., Mr. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note The front features a rectangular frame with photograph of Amos Bronson Alcott sitting in the study of Orchard House and a caption, also in a rectangular frame below the text. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Amos Bronson
Tags: houses; people; photographs
 
Bronson Alcott at Orchard 
	House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCPOR-010
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Title: Bronson Alcott at Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator From photographs made by The Maynard Workshop Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Bronson Alcott sitting at a bench at the foot of a large tree, with a caption. Back identifies this as a 'The City' post card. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context Caption on the back identifies the image as being from the Maynard Workshop, a photography studio in Waban, Massachusetts in the early 20th century.
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Amos Bronson, Maynard Workshop
Tags: nature; people; photographs
 
The last photograph of 
	Louisa May Alcott; 20th century
ALCPOR-011
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Title: The last photograph of Louisa May Alcott; 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Louisa May Alcott, sitting in profile, with the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption about Louisa May Alcott and publisher information.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Louisa May, Edward Wells (publisher)
Tags: people; photographs
 
The Alcott House, Concord, 
	Mass., Mrs. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
ALCPOR-012
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Title: The Alcott House, Concord, Mass., Mrs. Alcott in the Library; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Abigail May Alcott sitting in the library of Orchard House. The photograph is in a drawn frame with a rounded top, and the caption is in a frame outline below the photograph. On back, the postcard is marked as 'The City' postcards, presumably part of a series.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, interior, Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Abigail May
Tags: houses; people; photographs
 
Alcott—School of Philosophy
Path to the School of 
	Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCSCH-001
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Title: Path to the School of Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the path to the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House, with a hand-colored printed photograph of the School of Philosophy in the upper right corner in an oval frame. The photograph of the path has a small white border with the caption, the copyright information, and a serial number: '70103'. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher)
Tags: Schools; nature; houses; photographs
 
Path to old School of 
	Philosophy, where Concord's famous literary men studied, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCSCH-002
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Title: Path to old School of Philosophy, where Concord's famous literary men studied, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Printed by Tichnor Bros. Inc. at Cambridge, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House with a small white border where the caption is located. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two in inscribed 'Gift of Barbara Whitmer, 6/2010'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Schools; nature; people; houses; photographs
 
Path to the old School of 
	Philosophy, where Concord's famous library men studied, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCSCH-003
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Title: Path to the old School of Philosophy, where Concord's famous library men studied, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation Horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House with a small white border where the caption is located. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed: 'From Bill Walters, 1992'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy
Tags: Schools; nature; people; houses; photographs
 
Orchard House and School 
	of Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
ALCSCH- 004
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Title: Orchard House and School of Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator signed 'F and K' from photographs made by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Orchard House and the Concord School of Philosophy viewed from the southwest. The photograph has a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—School of Philosophy, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
Path to the School of 
	Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
ALCSCH-005
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Title: Path to the School of Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation Horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the path to the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House, with a hand-colored printed photograph of the School of Philosophy in the upper right corner in an oval frame. The photograph of the path has a small white border with the caption, the copyright information, and a serial number: 'D70103'. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher)
Tags: Schools; nature; houses; photographs
 
Concord School of 
	Philosophy; early 20th century
ALCSCH-006
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Title: Concord School of Philosophy; early 20th century
Creator Sol-art prints (the Rotograph Company)
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House, with a white border on the bottom. A caption on the front identifies the postcard as part of the 'Boston and Maine series.' Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo and a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has a note, address, postage stamp and postmark dated 1922 July 7.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
Concord School of 
	Philosophy; early 20th century
ALCSCH-007
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Title: Concord School of Philosophy; early 20th century
Creator Sol-art prints (the Rotograph Company)
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House, with a white border on the bottom. A caption on the front identifies the postcard as part of the 'Boston and Maine series.' Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo and a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
School of Philosophy, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCSCH-008
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Title: School of Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House. The photograph has a white border that includes the title. Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards..
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Schools; nature; houses; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. School of 
	Philosophy; early 20th century
ALCSCH-009
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Title: Concord, Mass. School of Philosophy; early 20th century
Creator The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed drawing of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House. There is a large white border on the right side and bottom of the postcard that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; works of art
 
Concord School of 
	Philosophy Concord Mass.; early 20th century
ALCSCH-010
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Title: Concord School of Philosophy Concord Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy with the caption is printed on the image. The image includes a serial number '213092' and the initials "JV". Back is divided and includes the publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
Concord School of 
	Philosophy Concord Mass.; early 20th century
ALCSCH-011
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Title: Concord School of Philosophy Concord Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy with the caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes the serial number 'A.M.S. 8121.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an undated note.
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Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: schools; houses; photographs
 
Concord School of 
	Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCSCH-012
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Title: Concord School of Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator The Maynards, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House. The photograph has a white border with the caption. Back appears to be divided (see notes on inscriptions).
Inscriptions/Marks The back has been covered with a piece of paper, glued on, with the phrase 'Visited — by the courtesy of George Bradford Bartlett in 1891, our Concord Home.' Beneath, the postcard appears to have an undivided back, and to include the publisher name.
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Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
The Concord School of 
	Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ALCSCH-013
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Title: The Concord School of Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured for John M. Keyes, Concord, Mass., by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House with a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
School of Philosophy, 
	Concord Mass.; 1905 (copyright date)
ALCSCH-014
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Title: School of Philosophy, Concord Mass.; 1905 (copyright date)
Creator The Rotograph Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black and white printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy and Orchard House viewed from the road. The School of Philosophy is mostly obscured by a tree. There is a white border at the bottom of the postcard where the caption and copyright information are located. The caption also includes a serial number 'A 7090'. Back is undivided and includes the publisher's logo, and a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—School of Philosophy, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
Orchard House and School 
	of Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
ALCSCH-015
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Title: Orchard House and School of Philosophy, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front includes a black-and-white photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy and Orchard House from the road. The photograph has a white border where the caption is located. Back includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one has a divided back, Copy two has an undivided back.
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Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Alcott—School of Philosophy, Maynard Workshop
Tags: Houses; schools; photographs
 
The Hall of Philosophy, 
	Concord, Mass.; 1907 (earliest postmark)
ALCSCH-016
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Title: The Hall of Philosophy, Concord, Mass.; 1907 (earliest postmark)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the school of Philosophy from the from the south-west. There is a border to the right of the photograph that includes the caption and the serial number '1240'. Back is undivided and includes the publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has an address, note, one cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 1908. Copy three has an address, note, one cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1908.
Style undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
School of Philosophy; late 
	20th century
ALCSCH-017
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Title: School of Philosophy; late 20th century
Creator Tri-Con Gift Shop; photo by George Hervey
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House. Back is divided and includes the caption, with some information about the School of Philosophy. There are two serial numbers on the back: '94,090' and "690830-3-1. "
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Harvey, George (photographer), Tri-Con Colour (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
Bronson Alcott's School of 
	Philosophy, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; 1973 (copyright date)
ALCSCH-018
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Title: Bronson Alcott's School of Philosophy, Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts; 1973 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Concord School of Philosophy at Orchard House. Back is divided and includes the caption, the publisher's logo, and the serial number '15941. '
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes address, note, postage stamp and postmark. Date on the stamp is 1974; postmark is only partially on the postcard. The note is from Jayne Gordon of the staff of Orchard House to Marcia Moss of the Concord Free Public Library.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—School of Philosophy, Concord Free Public Library, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: Schools; houses; photographs
 
Assabet River
The River from Stone Bridge 
	looking N. E., Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
ASBRIV-001
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Title: The River from Stone Bridge looking N. E., Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By H.L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed image of the Assabet River from the perspective of the stone bridge. People are on a boat on the river. The image has a white border that includes the caption and the publishing information. Back is undivided and includes a place for a one-cent stamp.
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Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Assabet River, H. L. Whitcomb (publisher)
Tags: nature; people
 
B
Barrett House
The Col. James Barrett 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
BARHSE-001
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Title: The Col. James Barrett House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published for Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass. by C. B. Webster & Co. , Boston.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Colonel James Barrett House. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Barrett House , C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; 1970 (copyright date)
BATTLE-001
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Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of members of the Bedford Minuteman Company firing their muskets next to the Minute Man National Historical Park's North Bridge Visitor's Center. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo. The background of the back is striped on a diagonal. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "T-15."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; 1972 (copyright date)
BATTLE-002
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Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; 1972 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of members of the Concord Minuteman Company marking in uniform. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo. The background of the back is striped on a diagonal. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "X-11."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Massachusetts, Engagement at the North Bridge.; late 20th century
BATTLE-003
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Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Massachusetts, Engagement at the North Bridge.; late 20th century
Creator Artist, Amos Doolittle; Publisher Eastern National. Printed by Consolidated/Drake Press. Image courtesy Concord Museum.
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed image of Amos Doolittle's engraving: Plate III: Engagement at the North Bridge from his 1775 Engravings of Battles of Lexington and Concord, Plate III. The image has a white border. Back is divided and includes the caption and a description of the context of the sketch, along with a serial number 'MM- CD16'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on recycled paper
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Consolidated/Drake Press (printer), Doolittle, Amos (artist), Eastern National (publisher)
Tags: People; events; works of art
 
[Historical reenactor 
	portraying William Dawes riding to warn Concord of the approach of the British army in 1775]; 1968 (copyright date)
BATTLE-004
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Title: [Historical reenactor portraying William Dawes riding to warn Concord of the approach of the British army in 1775]; 1968 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of a man in 18th century costume sitting on a horse and waving or saluting. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "X-11."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; animals; events; photographs
 
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; 1970 (copyright date)
BATTLE-005
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Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features Southborough Minuteman Company members in 18th century costume firing muskets near the Minute Man National Historical Park's North Bridge Visitor's Center. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "X- 12."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
[Historical reenactors 
	depicting marching Minute Men from Colonel Prescott's regiment]; 1970 (copyright date)
BATTLE-006
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Title: [Historical reenactors depicting marching Minute Men from Colonel Prescott's regiment]; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features minute men Company members in 18th century costume marching. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the history of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "T-31."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
[Historical reenactors at 
	Barrett House depicting British flankers in the Battle of 1775]; 1970s
BATTLE- 007
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Title: [Historical reenactors at Barrett House depicting British flankers in the Battle of 1775]; 1970s
Creator Photograph by Yankee Colour Corp. Published by Tri-Con Colour, Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of historical reenactors portraying British soldiers; many are firing muskets, one has a drum, another a British flag. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the history of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "T-31."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Barrett House , Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: people; events; photographs
 
Southborough Companies 
	pass through Sudbury near the Wayside Inn on their way to join the battle through Concord, Lexington and Menotomy (Arlington).; 1970 (copyright date)
BATTLE-008
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Title: Southborough Companies pass through Sudbury near the Wayside Inn on their way to join the battle through Concord, Lexington and Menotomy (Arlington).; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of historical reenactors depicting minute men marching to battle. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the history of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "B-5."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
'…the BRITISH 
	are coming!'; 1966 (copyright date)
BATTLE-009
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Title: '…the BRITISH are coming!'; 1966 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of historical reenactors depicting Paul Revere's ride as part of the Patriot's Day celebration. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "CC-6."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; animals; events; photographs
 
[Historical reenactors portray
	 the Boston Massacre]; 1970 (copyright date)
BATTLE-010
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Title: [Historical reenactors portray the Boston Massacre]; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features historical reenactors in costume as British soldiers and Boston residents during the Boston Massacre. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "B-11."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Boston Massacre, British Soldiers, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
'…with fife and 
	drums playing…'; 1966 (copyright date)
BATTLE-011
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Title: '…with fife and drums playing…'; 1966 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass. Photograph by Roger Marconi
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of historical reenactors playing drum and fife in 18th century costume in Lexington, Massachusetts during the annual April 19th Patriot's Day parade. Back is divided and includes the caption with a description of the context of the image, with the publisher logo and the serial number 'CC-8.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Lexington, Massachusetts, Marconi, Roger (photographer), Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
Stone at Concord, Mass.; 
	early 20th century
BATTLE-012
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Title: Stone at Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Albany News Company, New York
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tablet at the musterfield on Liberty Street in Concord where minute men and militia met before the Battle of Lexington and Concord at the Old North Bridge. There is a white border at the bottom where the caption is located. Back is undivided and has a place for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Litho-Chrome postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Albany News Company (publisher), Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775
Tags: Historical makers; photographs
 
'The dawn of 
	liberty' British regulars open fire on the minute men, April 19, 1775, Lexington, Massachusetts; early 20th century
BATTLE-013
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Title: 'The dawn of liberty' British regulars open fire on the minute men, April 19, 1775, Lexington, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator American Art Post Card Co., Brookline, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front of postcard features a black- and-white print of the painting 'The Dawn of Liberty, Lexington, 1775,' by Henry Sandham, which depicts the shots fired during the Battle of Lexington and Concord in Lexington. The caption, along with the serial number "2311" are printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a handwritten identification number: '2880DMK'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms American Art Photo Post Card Co. (publisher), Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Lexington, Massachusetts, Sandham, Henry (artist)
Tags: People; events; animals; works of art
 
Battlefield from the lower 
	bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTLE-014
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Title: Battlefield from the lower bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the New England News Company, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the North Bridge area of the battle field in Concord, facing the bridge and the Minute Man statue. The photograph has a white border where the caption is located. There is also a small serial number on the photograph: '4378'. Back is divided and includes the publisher logo and the serial number "164".
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, New England News Company (publisher), North Bridge
Tags: Nature; photographs
 
Burning the cannon 
	carriages; late 20th century
BATTLE-015
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Title: Burning the cannon carriages; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration taken from the 1876 book The Boys of '76 by Charles Carleton Coffin. The illustration has a white border that is larger on the top and bottom, where the caption is located. Back is undivided and includes a caption regarding the Colonel Barrett House.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Barrett House , Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), British Soldiers
Tags: People; animals; events; works of art
 
Removing the Stores at 
	Concord; late 20th century
BATTLE-016
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Title: Removing the Stores at Concord; late 20th century
Creator Discovered by Bill Towler. Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver)
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an printed black-and-white illustration of ammunition and weapons being removed from Concord in April 1775. The caption is underneath the illustration. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist)
Tags: people; animals; events; works of art
 
[Historical reenactors portray
	 Minutemen flanking the road to Boston during the retreat of the British soldiers during the Battle of 1775]; 1968 (copyright date)
BATTLE-017
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Title: [Historical reenactors portray Minutemen flanking the road to Boston during the retreat of the British soldiers during the Battle of 1775]; 1968 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of historical reenactors in 18th century costume standing behind a stone wall. Back is divided and includes a caption providing historical context for the image. The back also includes the publisher's logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "T-24."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
Painting, Battle of Concord 
	Bridge, State House, Boston, Mass.; early 10th century
BATTLE-018
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Title: Painting, Battle of Concord Bridge, State House, Boston, Mass.; early 10th century
Creator [PSC Co?]
Dimensions 5 3/8 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the painting of the Battle of Lexington and Concord at the North Bridge in Concord in its place on the wall of the Massachusetts State House. The front includes the caption on a smaller white box and a serial number printed on the photograph:'60549'. Back is divided and includes the publisher logo and a place for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, PSC Co. (publisher)
Tags: people; events; works of art
 
Concord—the first 
	blow for liberty; late 20th century
BATTLE-019
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Title: Concord—the first blow for liberty; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler. [Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver).]
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of ammunition and weapons being removed from Concord in April 1775. The illustration is printed in black ink. The caption is underneath the illustration. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist)
Tags: People; events; works of art
 
Concord—the first 
	blow for liberty; late 20th century
BATTLE-020
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Title: Concord—the first blow for liberty; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler. [Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver).]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of ammunition and weapons being removed from Concord in April 1775. The illustration is printed in brown ink. The caption is underneath the illustration. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist)
Tags: People; events; works of art
 
Retreat of the British from 
	Concord; late 20th century
BATTLE-021
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Title: Retreat of the British from Concord; late 20th century
Creator Discovered by Bill Towler
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord during the retreat of the British from Concord; it depicts minute men or militia men fire at British soldiers from behind a stone wall. The illustration is printed in black ink. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context Illustration is likely taken from Great Events in the History of North and South America by Charles A. Goodrich (Hartford: House & Brown, 1851). The illustration is featured in the book, and is also unsigned there.
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), British Soldiers
Tags: People; animals; events; works of art
 
Retreat of the British from 
	Concord; late 20th century
BATTLE-022
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Title: Retreat of the British from Concord; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord during the retreat of the British from Concord; it depicts minute men or militia men fire at British soldiers from behind a stone wall. The illustration is printed in black ink. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context Illustration is likely taken from Great Events in the History of North and South America by Charles A. Goodrich (Hartford: House & Brown, 1851). The illustration is featured in the book, and is also unsigned there.
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), British Soldiers
Tags: People; animals; events; works of art
 
Parson Emerson at Concord; 
	late 20th century
BATTLE-023
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Title: Parson Emerson at Concord; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler. [Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver).]
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features at printed etching illustration of William Emerson, minister and parson during the Revolutionary War; Emerson stands with a musket in his hand while American soldiers stand in the background.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist), Emerson—Portraits, Emerson, William
Tags: People; events; works of art
 
 The First at Concord Bridge, 
	April 19th, 1775; early 20th century
BATTLE-024
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Title: The First at Concord Bridge, April 19th, 1775; early 20th century
Creator C. B. Webster Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed color illustration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord at the North Bridge and includes a white border at the bottom where the caption is located. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bedford Flag, Bill Towler (publisher), British Soldiers, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: People; events; works of art
 
The alarm bell; late 20th 
	century
BATTLE-025
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Title: The alarm bell; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler. [Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver).]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a drawing of an alarm bell in motion, with the caption below. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist)
Tags: events; works of art
 
Major Pitcairn stirring his 
	brandy; late 20th century
BATTLE-026
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Title: Major Pitcairn stirring his brandy; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of Major Pitcairn British troops in the Wright Tavern. The caption is located in the bottom border. Back is undivided and includes a caption describing the historical context of the illustration.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), British Soldiers
Tags: people; events; works of art
 
The battle at the Old North 
	Bridge, Concord, Mass.; late 20th century
BATTLE-027
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Title: The battle at the Old North Bridge, Concord, Mass.; late 20th century
Creator Published by Bill Towler
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed illustration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord at the North Bridge and includes a white border at the bottom where the caption is located. Back is divides and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bedford Flag, Bill Towler (publisher), British Soldiers, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: people; events; works of art
 
Paul Revere at Lexington; 
	late 20th century
BATTLE-028
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Title: Paul Revere at Lexington; late 20th century
Creator Discovered by Bill Towler
Dimensions 5 5/8 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of Paul Revere warning Lexington residents prior to the Battle of Lexington and Concord. The caption is located in the bottom of the image border. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Lexington, Massachusetts, Revere, Paul
Tags: People; animals; events; works of art
 
A minute man preparing for 
	war; Late 20th century
BATTLE-029
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Title: A minute man preparing for war; Late 20th century
Creator Discovered by Bill Towler. [Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver).]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an illustration of a minute man and his family in their home. The illustration has a white border with a caption. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist)
Tags: people; houses; events; works of art
 
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Massachusetts, a View of the Town of Concord;
BATTLE-030
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Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Massachusetts, a View of the Town of Concord;
Creator Artist, Amos Doolittle; Publisher Eastern National. Printed by Consolidated/Drake Press. Image courtesy Concord Museum.
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 6 inches
Orientation  
Descriptive Note Front features a printed image of Amos Doolittle's engraving: Plate II: A View of the Town of Concord from his 1775 Engravings of Battles of Lexington and Concord. The image has a white border. Back is divided and includes the caption and a description of the context of the sketch, along with a serial number 'MM-CD15'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on recycled paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Cemeteries—Old Hill, Concord Museum, Consolidated/Drake Press (printer), Doolittle, Amos (artist), Eastern National (publisher)
Tags: People; cemeteries; events; works of art
 
British soldiers of the 10th 
	Foot in 1775; 1975 (copyright date)
BATTLE-031
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Title: British soldiers of the 10th Foot in 1775; 1975 (copyright date)
Creator 10th Foot American Contingent Project
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Light Infantry and Grenadier Companies of the Tenth Foot in formation during the bicentennial celebration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Back is divided and includes a caption about the photograph, a printer's or photographer's logo, and a serial number: '140693.'
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a handwritten caption: '1974, in the Old Manse Field prior to the filming of the events at the North Bridge. Brad commands the Light Infantry Company.'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms 10th Foot American Contingent Project, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
British soldiers of the 10th 
	Foot in 1775; 1975 (copyright date)
BATTLE-032
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Title: British soldiers of the 10th Foot in 1775; 1975 (copyright date)
Creator 10th Foot American Contingent Project
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Light Infantry and Grenadier Companies of the Tenth Foot marching during the bicentennial celebration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Back is divided and includes a caption about the photograph, a printer's or photographer's logo, and a serial number: '144707.'
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a handwritten caption: 'The Review in Chelmsford in April of 1975. 83 of the 10th on the field.'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms 10th Foot American Contingent Project, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bicentennial 1975, British Soldiers
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
British soldiers of the 10th 
	Foot in 1775; 1975 (copyright date)
BATTLE-033
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Title: British soldiers of the 10th Foot in 1775; 1975 (copyright date)
Creator 10th Foot American Contingent Project. [Watercolor by Charles Stadden]
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed drawing depicting the Light Infantry and Grenadier Companies of the Tenth Foot during the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Back is divided and includes a caption about the Company, a printer's or photographer's logo, and a serial number: '139560.'
Inscriptions/Marks Back contains a handwritten caption that includes the following text: 'Reproduction of a Charles Stadden watercolor—same pose as on the photos on the plates. '
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms 10th Foot American Contingent Project, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Stadden, Charles
Tags: People; events; works of art
 
[Historical reenactors 
	portraying British troops at Barrett House]; 1968 (copyright date)
BATTLE-034
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Title: [Historical reenactors portraying British troops at Barrett House]; 1968 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of historical reenactors in 18th century British soldiers' costumes standing with rifles outside of Colonel James Barrett House. Back is divided and includes a caption providing historical context for the image. The back also includes the publisher's logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' American Revolution Bicentennial postcards with the serial number "T- 18."
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an address, note, five-cent postage stamp, and postmark.
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Barrett House , Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: people; houses; photographs
 
Removing the Stores at 
	Concord; late 20th century
BATTLE-035
Top Subjects Index
Title: Removing the Stores at Concord; late 20th century
Creator Discovered by Bill Towler. Illustration by Felix O. C. Darley (artist) and Alfred Bobbett (engraver)
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an printed black-and-white (in brown ink) illustration of ammunition and weapons being removed from Concord in April 1775. The caption is underneath the illustration. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bill Towler (publisher), Bobbett, Alfred (artist), Darley, Felix O. C. (artist)
Tags: people; animals; events; works of art
 
Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge
British Monument, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-001
Top Subjects Index
Title: British Monument, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions copy 1 is 3 3/8 x 5 3/4 inches; copy 2 is 3 1/2 x 5 1/2
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a serial number '37011'. There is also a caption about the obelisk printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: Historical markers; nature; photographs
 
[Drawing and text of the 
	British Monument]; early 20th century
BATTMO-002
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Title: [Drawing and text of the British Monument]; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass. [signed F.E.T. '09]
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features the text of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight, with a drawing of the monument, bridge, and the land around in the background. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks 'From Marcus Mason Maroon, February 1992'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: Historical markers; nature; works of art
 
The Old North Bridge and 
	Monuments, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-003
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Old North Bridge and Monuments, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 1/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Copy three also includes a serial number next to the caption: '13.' Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an address, postage stamp and postmark (date unreadable). Copy three inscribed 'From Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, 1984.'
Style undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History Copy three is part of, and housed with, the Mrs. Malcolm Thompson Collection, Concord Postcard Collection.
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Mrs. Malcom Thompson Collection
Tags: Historical markers; nature; photographs
 
The Old North Bridge, 
	Concord, Mass.; circa 1909 (postmark date)
BATTMO-004
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Title: The Old North Bridge, Concord, Mass.; circa 1909 (postmark date)
Creator Reichner Bros, Publishers, Boston, München, Leipzig
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color drawing of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The caption is on top of the image. Back is divided and includes a caption with a description of the historical context of the image. There is also a serial number '4152' on the back.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes an address, note, postage stamp and postmark dated 1909 July 2.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge, Reichner Brothers (publisher)
Tags: Historical Markers; nature; photographs
 
The Old North Bridge and 
	Monument, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
BATTMO-005
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Old North Bridge and Monument, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator 'Colourpicture' publication, Boston
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge and two figures in the background. The caption appears in a white border under the text. Back is divided and includes the serial number '10409.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Colourpicture (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: Historical markers; people; nature; photographs.
 
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, The Battle Monument; late 20th century
BATTMO-006
Top Subjects Index
Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, The Battle Monument; late 20th century
Creator Consolidated/Drake Press. NPS photo by Fred Szarka. Copyright Eastern National.
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight. The image is surrounded by a small white border. Back is divided and includes a caption describing the historical context of the monument with a serial number: 'MM-CD1.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on recycled paper
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Consolidated/Drake Press (printer), Eastern National (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Szarka, Fred (photographer)
Tags: Historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Old North Bridge, 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
BATTMO-007
Top Subjects Index
Title: Old North Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
The Old North Bridge and 
	Monuments, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-008
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Old North Bridge and Monuments, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General
Tags: Historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Concord Bridge with 
	Monument in foreground and the Minute Man in the distance across the bridge, Concord, Mass.; circa 1906 (earliest postmark)
BATTMO-009
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Title: Concord Bridge with Monument in foreground and the Minute Man in the distance across the bridge, Concord, Mass.; circa 1906 (earliest postmark)
Creator Published by New England News Company, Boston, Mass., Leipzig, Dresden
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The image has a white border at the bottom where the caption is located. Back is undivided and includes a trademark logo and a serial number:'5302.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes an address, note, postage stamp and postmark dated 1907 August 11; Copy two includes an address, note, postage stamp and postmark dated 1906 March 24.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Polychrome print.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
The Battle Monument, 
	Concord Mass; early to mid- 20th century
BATTMO-010
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Battle Monument, Concord Mass; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. There are two figures standing on the bridge. The image is surrounded by a small white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp and a caption that describes the history of the monument.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; people; nature; photographs
 
Battle monument, 
	marking the spot where the British stood and found at the Old North Bridge, April 19, 1775, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
BATTMO-011
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Title: Battle monument, marking the spot where the British stood and found at the Old North Bridge, April 19, 1775, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator New England Stationary [sic] Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Image has a white border on the right side that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, New England Stationary Co. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Battleground monument 
	and 'Minute Man,' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO- 012
Top Subjects Index
Title: Battleground monument and 'Minute Man,' Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Detroit Publishing Company
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Image by a white border that includes the caption and serial number:'D9728'. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Markings show that the postcard was removed from a scrapbook.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
The Battle Monument, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-013
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Title: The Battle Monument, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator The Barron Souvenir, Co., Wilmington, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The caption was written on the negative and includes serial number '2012'. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques NOKO photograph paper
Collecting History  
Subject terms Barron Souvenir Co. (publisher), Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man National Historical Park—General
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Battle Monument and Old
	 North Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-014
Top Subjects Index
Title: Battle Monument and Old North Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By the United Art Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge and the Minute Man statue in the background. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption at the top. There is a serial number on the image: '22049'. Back is divided and includes a caption describing the Old North Bridge, and a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, North Bridge, United Art Co. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. British 
	Monument; early to mid- 20th century
BATTMO-015
Top Subjects Index
Title: Concord, Mass. British Monument; early to mid- 20th century
Creator N. E. Paper & Stat'y Co., Specialty Printers, Ayer, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black- and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Image has a white border on the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, New England Paper and Stationery Company (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Battle Monument, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
BATTMO-016
Top Subjects Index
Title: Battle Monument, Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Back is divided and includes a caption about the monument and a serial number: 'S-5575-8.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Edward Wells (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Concord, Mass., Soldier's Monument; circa 1908 (postmark date)
BATTMO-017
High resolution image available

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Title: Concord, Mass., Soldier's Monument; circa 1908 (postmark date)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The caption is printed at the top of the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address, note, one cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1908 August 24.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Battle Monument marks 
	the spot where the British stood and fought at the Old North Bridge on the nineteenth of April, 1775;
BATTMO-018
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Title: Battle Monument marks the spot where the British stood and fought at the Old North Bridge on the nineteenth of April, 1775;
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation  
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. The obelisk is partially obscured. Image has a white border on the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher), North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Old North Bridge and 
	Battle Monument, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
BATTMO-019
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Title: Old North Bridge and Battle Monument, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Three figures observe the monument. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption at the bottom. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Colonial Inn (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; people; nature; photographs
 
Concord Bridge with 
	Monument in Foreground and the Minute Man in the Distance, Across the Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-020
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Title: Concord Bridge with Monument in Foreground and the Minute Man in the Distance, Across the Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the New England News Company, Boston Mass., Leipzig-Berlin
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge and the Minute Man statue in the background. The image has a white border at the bottom with the caption, publisher's information and a serial number, '893', are located. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Minute Man, North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Old North Bridge and Battle Monument, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BATTMO-021
High resolution image available

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Title: Old North Bridge and Battle Monument, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured by Tichnor Bros., Cambridge, Massachusetts
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Two figures stand at the American side of the bridge. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption at the top. Back is divided and includes the publisher logo, and a space for a one cent stamp. There is also a serial number, '104969,' on the back.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes two notes, one written in pencil and one in pen.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, North Bridge, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; people; nature; photographs
 
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; mid 20th century
BATTMO-022
Top Subjects Index
Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; mid 20th century
Creator ColourPicture, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. There are numerous figures in the foreground and background. Back is divided and includes the publisher logo, and a serial number, 'P76279.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Plastichrome postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Colourpicture (publisher), North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; people; nature; photographs
 
Battle Monument; early 
	20th century
BATTMO-024
Top Subjects Index
Title: Battle Monument; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1836 battle monument obelisk marking the side of the British soldiers in the Concord Fight with the North Bridge in the background. Image has a white border on the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battle Monument—British side of North Bridge, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher), North Bridge
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Bedford Flag
The Bedford Flag; 1965 
	(copyright date)
BEDFLA-001
Top Subjects Index
Title: The Bedford Flag; 1965 (copyright date)
Creator Original Color photo by Richard J. Dawson, Bedford, Mass. Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc. Copyright Bedford Historical Society and Friends of the Library, Bedford, Massachusetts.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front includes a color printed photograph of the Bedford Flag. The image is surrounded by a gold border that includes the caption at the top, and a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'Concord Hymn.' Back is divided and includes a caption with the history of the flag.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bedford Flag, Concord Hymn, Dawson, Richard J. (photographer), Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
The flag which was carried 
	at the Concord Fight; 1907 (copyright date)
BEDFLA-002
Top Subjects Index
Title: The flag which was carried at the Concord Fight; 1907 (copyright date)
Creator Published by E.A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 5/8 x 3 5/8 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a printed image of the Bedford Flag. The image is cropped with a white background with a caption regarding the history of the flag and a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'Concord Hymn.' The image may be an edited photograph or a drawing. Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Words are crossed out from the front caption.
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Postcard uses a metallic ink for some of the features of the flag.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bedford Flag, Concord Hymn, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags:  
 
Bicentennial 1975
[President Gerald Ford at the 
	North Bridge during the bicentennial celebration of the Concord Fight, 1975 April 19]; circa 1975 (date of photograph)
BICENT-001
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Title: [President Gerald Ford at the North Bridge during the bicentennial celebration of the Concord Fight, 1975 April 19]; circa 1975 (date of photograph)
Creator Published by W.W. Anderson Photog. Inc., Concord, Mass. Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, New York.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of President of the United States Gerald Ford speaking at a podium in front of the North Bridge. Reverend Dana McLean Greeley and John B. Finigan stand to his left, and Philip B. Suter stands to his right. Historical reenactors stand in 19th century Minute Man costume on the North Bridge and in the foreground. Back is divided and includes the printer logo, a caption about the celebration and a serial number, '30799-D'.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one inscribed 'given by Malcolm Ferguson 2001.'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bicentennial 1975, Dexter Press (publisher), Finigan, John B., Ford, Gerald R., Greeley, Dana McLean, Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Suter, Philip H., W.W. Anderson Photography Inc. (publisher)
Tags: People; events; photographs
 
Barron House and Potter Bake Shop
Green Arbor Tea Room, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BPBHSE-001
Top Subjects Index
Title: Green Arbor Tea Room, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Barron House and Potter Bake House on Lexington Road, the location of the Green Arbor Tea Room at the time that the photograph was taken. Caption is printed on the negative. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed: 'From Sarah Chapin 2001.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Albertype Co. (publisher), Barron House and Potter Bake Shop, Lexington Road
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Bridges
Stone Bridge, Concord, 
	Mass.; circa 1903 (postmark)
BRIDGE-001
Top Subjects Index
Title: Stone Bridge, Concord, Mass.; circa 1903 (postmark)
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. Printed in Germany. United Art Publishing Co. (New York)
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Three Arch Bridge, the bridge crossing the Assabet River via Elm Street in Concord. The photograph has a white border at the bottom that contains the caption, publication information and photograph information. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an address, note, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1903.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Assabet River, Bridges, Three Arch Bridge, United Art Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: Nature; photographs
 
Nashawtuc Bridge, Over the Concord River, Concord, Mass; circa 1907 (postmark dates)
BRIDGE-002
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Title: Nashawtuc Bridge, Over the Concord River, Concord, Mass; circa 1907 (postmark dates)
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the Nawshutuc Bridge, the bridge crossing over the Concord River at Nawshutuc Road. Photograph has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Buck is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copies one, two and three include an address, note, postage stamp and postmark. Copies one and two have a postmark dated 1907; copy three has a postmark dated 1908.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bridges, Concord River, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Nashawtuc Bridge
Tags: Nature; photographs
 
Stone Bridge, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
BRIDGE-003
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Title: Stone Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. Printed in Germany. [likely published by United Art Publishing Co. (New York)]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Three Arch Bridge, the bridge crossing the Assabet River via Elm Street in Concord. The photograph has a white border at the bottom that contains the caption, publication information and photograph information. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Assabet River, Bridges, Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: nature; photographs
 
Stone bridge; early 20th century
BRIDGE-004
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Title: Stone bridge; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Three Arch Bridge, the bridge crossing the Assabet River via Elm Street in Concord. The photograph has a white border at the bottom and right sides that contains the caption, publication information and a space for a message with a year prefix ('190'). Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Assabet River, Three Arch Bridge
Tags: nature; photographs
 
British Soldiers, Grave
Minute Man National 
	Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
BRTGRV-001
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Title: Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
Creator Colourpicture, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. The grave is decorated with a wreath of white and red carnations and a red, white and blue ribbon. Back is divided and includes a caption about the grave, a publisher logo, and a serial number 'P76280'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Plastichrome postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Colourpicture (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
Grave of British Soldiers; late
	 20th century
BRTGRV-002
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Title: Grave of British Soldiers; late 20th century
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southboro, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. There is an old wreath sitting in front of the grave, and the Old Manse can be seen in the background. Back is divided and includes a caption , a publisher logo, and a serial number 'CC-3'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Old Manse—Exterior, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
British Soldiers' Grave; late 
	20th century
BRTGRV-004
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Title: British Soldiers' Grave; late 20th century
Creator Colourpicture, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 4 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. The grave is decorated with a wreath of white and red carnations and a red, white and blue ribbon. The photograph has a white border at the bottom that includes a caption. Back is divided and includes a caption about the grave, a publisher logo, and a serial number 'P306453'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Plastichrome postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Colourpicture (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
Graves of British Soldiers; 
	circa 1950 (postmark date)
BRTGRV-005
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Title: Graves of British Soldiers; circa 1950 (postmark date)
Creator Tichnor Bros. Inc., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. The photograph is surrounded by a white border at that includes a caption and the serial number '64184.' Back is divided and includes a caption about the grave.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes an address, note, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1950 January 30.
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
Grave of the British Soldiers; 
	early 20th century
BRTGRV-006
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Title: Grave of the British Soldiers; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G. N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. Two flags, one American and one British, stand on the grave. The photograph is surrounded by a white border at that includes a caption and the serial number '64184.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
Grave of British Soldiers 
	Battle Ground, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BRTGRV-007
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Title: Grave of British Soldiers Battle Ground, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G. N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. The Old Manse can be seen in the background. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a handwritten note.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher), Old Manse—Exterior
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
Grave of British Soldiers; early 20th century; pre-1910
BRTGRV- 008
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Title: Grave of British Soldiers; early 20th century; pre-1910
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Grave of the British Soldiers (pre-1910). The Old Manse can be seen in the background. Caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a serial number ' A.M.S. 8119.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Old Manse—Exterior
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Grave of British Soldiers, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BRTGRV-009
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Title: Grave of British Soldiers, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Tichnor Bros., Inc. at Cambridge, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. The photograph is surrounded by a white border at that includes a caption. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo, the serial number '123001,' and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an address, note, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1930 June.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Grave of British Soldiers, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BRTGRV-011
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Title: Grave of British Soldiers, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Whitney Pharmacy, Snow & Noll, Props., Concord Junction, Mass. [Printed by] H. A. Dickerman & Son, Taunton, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Grave of the British Soldiers (pre-1910). The image is surrounded by a drawn frame on a gold background. Caption is printed on the under the frame. Back is divided and includes publisher logo, a serial number ' 238229,' and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , H. A. Dickerman & Son (printer), Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Whitney Pharmacy (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Grave of British Soldiers, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BRTGRV-012
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Title: Grave of British Soldiers, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., New York and Boston
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Grave of the British Soldiers (pre-1910). The Concord River came be seen in the background. Caption and serial number '212998 ' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes publisher logo and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an address and a note (without postage).
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; nature; photographs
 
Grave of the British Soldier; 
	mid- to late 20th century
BRTGRV-013
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Title: Grave of the British Soldier; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Souvenir Corp. of America; Colourpicture Publishers Inc.; Gift-o-Rama
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the 1910 Grave of the British Soldiers inscribed with commemorative text from a poem by James Russell Lowell. Back is divided and includes a caption about the grave, a publisher logo, and a serial number 'P14219.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Plastichrome postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, British Soldiers, Grave , Colourpicture (publisher), Gift-o-rama (publisher), Minute Man National Historical Park—General, Souvenir Corp. of America (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; literature; nature; photographs
 
Bull House
The Home of Ephraim Bull, 
	Originator of the Concord Grape, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE- 001
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Title: The Home of Ephraim Bull, Originator of the Concord Grape, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Grapevine Cottage, home of Ephraim Bull, on Lexington Road. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim
Tags: houses; nature; photographs
 
The Bull House, Home of 
	the Concord Grape; early 20th century
BULHSE-002
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Title: The Bull House, Home of the Concord Grape; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Grapevine Cottage, home of Ephraim Bull, on Lexington Road. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the 'Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Postcard is printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: houses; nature; photographs
 
The Bull House, Home of 
	the Concord Grape;
BULHSE-003
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Title: The Bull House, Home of the Concord Grape;
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Grapevine Cottage, home of Ephraim Bull, on Lexington Road. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has an address, one-cent postage stamp, and postmark (incomplete).
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Copy two is printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: houses; nature; photographs
 
Home of Ephraim 
	Bull—Originator of the Concord Grape, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE-004
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Title: Home of Ephraim Bull—Originator of the Concord Grape, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the front of Grapevine Cottage, home of Ephraim Bull, on Lexington Road. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim
Tags: houses; nature; photographs
 
Home of Ephraim 
	Bull—Originator of the Concord Grape, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE-005
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Title: Home of Ephraim Bull—Originator of the Concord Grape, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Tichnor Quality Views
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the front of Grapevine Cottage, home of Ephraim Bull, on Lexington Road. Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo and a serial number '92713.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: houses; nature; photographs
 
Tablet on Original Grape 
	Vine, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE-006
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Title: Tablet on Original Grape Vine, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tablet or plaque on the arbor housing the original vine of the Concord Grape outside of Grapevine House on Lexington Road. The tablet contains a quote by Ephraim Bull, and there are grape vines on the arbor above it. Image has a white border where the caption is located. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Grape, Concord
Tags: nature; houses; photographs
 
[Will Bradley and Ephraim 
	Bull observe the parent vine of the Concord Grapes in front of Grapevine Cottage]; 1907 (copyright date)
BULHSE-007
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Title: [Will Bradley and Ephraim Bull observe the parent vine of the Concord Grapes in front of Grapevine Cottage]; 1907 (copyright date)
Creator Copyright O.G. Seeley, Lexington, Mass.; published by O.G. Seeley
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white photograph of Ephraim Bull, originator of the Concord Grape, and William Bradley standing beside an arbor of Concord Grapes on the property of Grapevine Cottage. There are borders to the right on the bottom of the image, both include captions describing the image and the Concord Grape. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Grape, Concord, O. G. Seeley (publisher)
Tags: nature; houses; people; photographs
 
The Concord Grape Vine, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE-008
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Title: The Concord Grape Vine, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the grape arbor and Concord Grape vine outside of Grapevine Cottage on Lexington Road. The image includes a plaque or tablet with the words of Ephraim Bull about the Concord Grape. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a serial number: 'A.M.S. 8124'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Grape, Concord
Tags: nature; houses; photographs
 
Original Concord Grape 
	Vine, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE-009
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Title: Original Concord Grape Vine, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made only by Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tablet or plaque on the grape arbor housing the original vine of the Concord Grape outside of Grapevine House on Lexington Road. Within an oval frame A smaller image of the front of Grapevine Cottage is layered over the photograph of the arbor. The larger image has a white border that contains the caption, copyright information and serial number: '70106.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher), Grape, Concord
Tags: nature; houses; photographs
 
Ephraim Wales Bull, 
	Grapevine Cottage, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
BULHSE-010
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Title: Ephraim Wales Bull, Grapevine Cottage, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Worcester's, Hudson, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Ephraim Bull, originator of the Concord Grape, standing near the grape arbors beside Grapevine Cottage on Lexington Road. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes that caption. Back is divided; there is an printed illustration on the caption 'Post Card', and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Worcester's (publisher)
Tags: nature; people; houses; photographs
 
Ephraim W. Bull, originator of the Concord Grape original parent vine, Concord Mass.; early 20th century
BULHSE-011
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Title: Ephraim W. Bull, originator of the Concord Grape original parent vine, Concord Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of Ephraim Bull, originator of the Concord Grape, standing near the grape arbors beside Grapevine Cottage on Lexington Road. The caption is printed on the image with a serial number:'1244.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one- cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has the handwritten letters 'MML' inscribed on the back.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bull House, Bull, Ephraim, Grape, Concord
Tags: nature; people; houses; photographs
 
C
Canoe Club
Canoe Club House, Concord,
	 Mass.; early 20th century
CANCLB-001
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Title: Canoe Club House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. United Art Publishing Co., New York City.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Canoe Club building beside the Concord River. The image has a large white border at the bottom that includes the caption and some publishing information. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Canoe Club, Concord River, United Art Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: houses; nature; photographs
 
Cemeteries—Main Street
Concord, Mass., Tablet to John Jack; circa 1907 (postmark date)
CEMMST-001
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Title: Concord, Mass., Tablet to John Jack; circa 1907 (postmark date)
Creator The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tombstone of the former slave John Jack in the Main Street Cemetery. The tombstone includes the text of a poem written by Daniel Bliss in his honor. Back is divided and includes a space for a one- cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes an address, note, one-cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 1907 July 19. Copy two also has a handwritten inscription: 'From Marcus Mason Maronn Feb. 1992' on the back. Copy three includes an address, note, one-cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 1907 November 3.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bliss, Daniel, Cemeteries—Main Street, Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers (publisher), Jack, John
Tags: cemeteries; literature; photographs
 
Free Public Library from 
	Main Street Burying Ground, Concord, Mass.; 1950 (copyright date)
CEMMST- 002
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Title: Free Public Library from Main Street Burying Ground, Concord, Mass.; 1950 (copyright date)
Creator A.H. Ferran [artist]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed drawing of Main Street in Concord with Main Street Burying Ground in the foreground and the Concord Free Public Library in the background. The image has a black border. The white border surrounding the image includes copyright information and the caption, with information about the library and burying ground. Back is divided and includes serial number '109'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Main Street, Concord Free Public Library, Ferran, R. H. (artist), Main Street
Tags: cemeteries; works of art
 
Cemeteries—Old Hill
Old Burying Ground, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CEMOHL-001
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Title: Old Burying Ground, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Old Burying Ground in Monument Square. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Old Hill, Monument Square
Tags: cemeteries; historical markers; photographs
 
Old Burying Ground and 
	Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
CEMOHL-002
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Title: Old Burying Ground and Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Monument Street in Concord with the Old Hill Burying Ground in the foreground and the First Parish in Concord in the background. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Appears to be printed on a coated paper; back is matter and textured.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Old Hill, Monument Square
Tags: cemeteries; churches; photographs
 
Old Burying Ground and Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
CEMOHL-003
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Title: Old Burying Ground and Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Monument Street in Concord with the Old Hill Burying Ground in the foreground and the First Parish in Concord in the background. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Old Hill, Monument Square
Tags: cemeteries; churches; photographs
 
Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow
Melvin 
	Memorial—Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CEMSLP- 001
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Title: Melvin Memorial—Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1909 Melvin Memorial, also known as Mourning Victory, sculpted by Daniel Chester French. The image has a white border that includes the caption and information about the memorial. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has a handwritten inscription: 'From Bill Walters, 1992.'
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, French, Daniel Chester, Melvin Memorial, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; works of art; photographs
 
The Melvin Memorial, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CEMSLP-002
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Title: The Melvin Memorial, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1909 Melvin Memorial, also known as Mourning Victory, sculpted by Daniel Chester French. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, French, Daniel Chester, Melvin Memorial
Tags: cemeteries; works of art; photographs
 
The Melvin Memorial, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CEMSLP-003
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Title: The Melvin Memorial, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1909 Melvin Memorial, also known as Mourning Victory, sculpted by Daniel Chester French. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, French, Daniel Chester, Melvin Memorial
Tags: cemeteries; works of art; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. Sleepy 
	Hollow Cemetery; Early 20th century
CEMSLP-004
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Title: Concord, Mass. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery; Early 20th century
Creator Published by O.G. Seeley, Lexington, Mass.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Authors' Ridge on the grounds of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes handwritten inscription: 'Gift of Barbara Whitmore.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Copy 2 is on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Authors' Ridge, Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, O. G. Seeley (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Melvin Memorial, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CEMSLP-005
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Title: Melvin Memorial, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the 1909 Melvin Memorial, also known as Mourning Victory, sculpted by Daniel Chester French. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, French, Daniel Chester, Melvin Memorial
Tags: cemeteries; works of art; photographs
 
'Mourning 
	Victory'; early to mid- 20th century
CEMSLP-006
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Title: 'Mourning Victory'; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Made only by Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the 1909 Melvin Memorial, also known as Mourning Victory, sculpted by Daniel Chester French. Three wreaths or plants sit on the memorial. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: 'D71329.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher), French, Daniel Chester, Melvin Memorial
Tags: cemeteries; works of art; photographs
 
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, 
	Concord, Mass; early 20th century
CEMSLP-007
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Title: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
Creator The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 16 7/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed panoramic photograph of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The caption and a serial number: 'P.A. 2771' are printed on the image. Back is undivided and includes a publisher logo, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context Instructions on the back state: ' Write on Back of this card only your name and address. Put rubber-band around folded card.' This implies that the card, which is the size of three average-sized postcards, was meant to be folded in thirds before being mailed.
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
'Sleepy 
	Hollow'. Concord, Mass.; 1905 (copyright date)
CEMSLP-008
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Title: 'Sleepy Hollow'. Concord, Mass.; 1905 (copyright date)
Creator The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the Authors' Ridge on the grounds of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes a the caption, copyright information, and a serial number: 'A 7088'. Back is undivided and includes the publisher logo, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a handwritten note.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Author Ridge Sleep Hollow 
	Cemetery Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CEMSLP-009
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Title: Author Ridge Sleep Hollow Cemetery Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Authors' Ridge on the grounds of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Back is divided and includes a serial number: 'A.M.S. 5613'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Authors' Ridge, Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Path to Sleepy Hollow; 
	early 20th century
CEMSLP-010
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Title: Path to Sleepy Hollow; early 20th century
Creator Made only by Detroit Publishing Company
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the path to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery with the cemetery in the background. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption, copyright information and a serial number: '70102.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CEMSLP-013
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Title: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made in Germany for E.B. Brown, Publisher.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 10 7/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed, hand- colored, panoramic photograph of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Early divided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, E. B. Brown (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
[Graves of Concord 
	Authors]; 1906 (copyright date)
CEMSLP-014
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Title: [Graves of Concord Authors]; 1906 (copyright date)
Creator Standard Pictures Co., Plymouth, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features four black-and- white printed photographs of Concord author graves: Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Louisa May Alcott [also the tombstone of A. Bronson Alcott, Abigail May Alcott, Anna Bronson Alcott Pratt, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, and May Alcott Nierker]. The images are on a white background that includes the publishing and copyright information. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two partially stamped with address.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Grave, Authors' Ridge, Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Hawthorne, Nathaniel—Portrait, Standard Pictures Co. (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Churches—First Parish Church
First Parish Meeting House, 
	Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
CHCFPC-001
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Title: First Parish Meeting House, Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., New York and Boston.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph (from a hand-colored image) of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The caption and a serial number, '213007' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Front is glossy.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
The Old First Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC- 002
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Title: The Old First Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and- white photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The stables (since removed) are visible behind the church building, and the historical marker for the church is visible in the foreground. The image has a white border on the right side and bottom. The caption and a serial number: '12' are in the border below the image. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. A caption on the back identifies the postcard as part of the "Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish Meeting House, 
	Concord, Mass.; circa 1934 (postmark date)
CHCFPC-003
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Title: First Parish Meeting House, Concord, Mass.; circa 1934 (postmark date)
Creator Printed by Tichnor Bros. Inc., at Cambridge, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph (from a hand-colored image) of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The stables (since removed) are visible in the background, and the historical marker for the church is visible in the foreground. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes the publisher's logo, a place for a one-cent stamp, and a serial number, '119184'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has an address, note, postage stamp and postmark dated 1934 October 17.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Meeting House of the First 
	Parish, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CHCFPC-004
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Title: Meeting House of the First Parish, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Copyright Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The historical marker is visible in the foreground. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption, copyright information, and a serial number 'D12169.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
The Old First Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC-005
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Title: The Old First Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured for John M. Keyes, Concord, Mass., by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The stables (since removed) are visible in the background, and the historical marker is visible in the foreground. The image is surrounded by a white border on three sides that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has an address, note, and postage stamp. Copy three inscribed 'From Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, 1984.'
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History Copy three is part of, and housed with, the Mrs. Malcolm Thompson Collection, Concord Postcard Collection.
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Churches—First Parish Church, John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher), Mrs. Malcom Thompson Collection
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; 1904 (copyright date)
CHCFPC-006
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Title: First Parish Church, Concord, Mass.; 1904 (copyright date)
Creator The Rotograph Co., N.Y. City.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The Wright Tavern is visible in the foreground. The image has a white border at the bottom where the caption appears. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one has a handwritten note on the back; copy two has a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Rotograph Company (publisher), Wright Tavern
Tags: churches, photographs
 
First Parish Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC-007
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Title: First Parish Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Whitney's Pharmacy. The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. [printer]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The stables (since removed) are visible in the background. The caption and publishing information are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Albertype Co. (publisher), Churches—First Parish Church, Whitney Pharmacy (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish; circa 1905 
	(postmark date)
CHCFPC-008
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Title: First Parish; circa 1905 (postmark date)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 5/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The Wright Tavern is visible in the foreground. The image surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a note (on the front), address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1905 January 13.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Wright Tavern
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish Meeting House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CHCFPC-009
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Title: First Parish Meeting House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Tichnor Bros., Inc. Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a caption about the history of the church building.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Unitarian Church, Concord, 
	Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CHCFPC-010
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Title: Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Photo Underwood & Underwood, N.Y.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white, sepia-tone printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The image has a white border that include the caption is printed on the image, copyright information and a serial number 'P6781.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Underwood & Underwood (photographer)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC-012
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Title: First Parish Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by The Whitney Pharmacy, Snow & Noll, Proprietors, Concord Junction, Mass. H. A. Dickerman & Son, Taunton, Mass [printer]
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The image is surrounded by a drawn frame on a gold background; the caption appears beneath the frame. Back is divided and includes a printer logo, a space for a one cent stamp, and a serial number '146011.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, H. A. Dickerman & Son (printer), Whitney Pharmacy (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish Meeting House, concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC-013
High resolution image available

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Title: First Parish Meeting House, concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 3/8 3 x 5/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a handwritten note.
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
CHCFPC-014
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Title: Unitarian Church, Concord, Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The stables (since removed) are visible in the background. The image has a white border at the bottom and includes the caption.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1907. Copy two includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1907 July 1.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church
Tags: churches; photographs
 
First Parish Church, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
CHCFPC-015
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Title: First Parish Church, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Printed by the Meriden Gravure Company, Meriden, Conn.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The image is surrounded by a white border. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Meriden Gravure Company (printer)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
The Old First Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC-017
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Title: The Old First Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed black-and-white photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The stables (since removed) are visible behind the church building, and the historical marker for the church is visible in the foreground. The image has a white border on the right side and bottom. The caption are below the image. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Churches—First Parish Church, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
The First Parish Meeting 
	House, Concord, Massachusetts; 1970 (copyright date)
CHCFPC-018
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Title: The First Parish Meeting House, Concord, Massachusetts; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Wilson Associates
Dimensions 6 x 4 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord viewed from the Old Hill Burying Ground. Back is divided and includes a caption about the church, the cemetery and the revolutionary war, and a serial number:'R- 1'.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Old Hill, Churches—First Parish Church, Wilson Associates (publisher)
Tags: churches; cemeteries; photographs; vehicles
 
Boston Post Road, Concord 
	Mass.; early 20th century
CHCFPC-019
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Title: Boston Post Road, Concord Mass.; early 20th century
Creator From photographs copyrighted by the Maynards, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white photograph of Lexington Road facing the meeting house of the First Parish in Concord. The Wright Tavern and other Main Street buildings are visible in the foreground. Back is divided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'Paul Revere Series A.' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed with a note about the Concord Fight.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—First Parish Church, Lexington Road, Maynard Workshop
Tags: churches; cemeteries; photographs
 
Churches—Saint Bernard's Church
St. Bernard's Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; 1912 (copyright date)
CHCSTB-001
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Title: St. Bernard's Church, Concord, Mass.; 1912 (copyright date)
Creator Published by Thomson & Thomson
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the interior of St. Bernard's Church. The image is in a white frame on a printed textured background; the caption is printed on the background. Back is divided and includes a serial number:'2259.'
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a two-cent postage stamp without a postmark; an erased note and address remain on the back.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—Saint Bernard's Church, Monument Square, Thomson & Thomson (publisher)
Tags: churches; photographs
 
St. Bernard's Catholic 
	Church, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
CHCSTB-002
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Title: St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator American Art Postcard Co., Brookline, Mass.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of St. Bernard's Church. The caption is printed on the image, along with a serial number, '5110.'. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms American Art Photo Post Card Co. (publisher), Churches—Saint Bernard's Church, Monument Square
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Churches—Trinitarian Congregational Church
Trinitarian  Cong'l Church of Concord, and manse; early 20th century
CHCTCN-001
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Title: Trinitarian Cong'l Church of Concord, and manse; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 4 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of the Trinitarian Congregational Church and Walden Street facing south, Back has no markings; this may not be an official postcard.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—Trinitarian Congregational Church
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Churches—Trinity Episcopal Church
Trinity Episcopal Church, 
	Concord, Mass.; 1972 (copyright date)
CHCTEC-001
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Title: Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord, Mass.; 1972 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the pulpit and altar of Trinity Episcopal Church, designed by Pietro Belluschi, architect. The image includes the stained glass window above the pulpit, designed by Gyorgy Kepes. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo and serial number: '15463.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—Trinity Episcopal Church, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: Churches; photographs
 
Episcopal Church, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
CHCTEC-002
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Title: Episcopal Church, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Trinity Episcopal Church. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—Trinity Episcopal Church
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Churches—Union Church, West Concord
Union Church, West Concord, Mass.; circa 1909-1920
CHCUNI- 001
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Title: Union Church, West Concord, Mass.; circa 1909-1920
Creator Published for G. C. Sweet, West Concord, by United Art Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed image of the Union Church in West Concord, partially obscured by trees. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Churches—Union Church, West Concord, G. C. Sweet (publisher), United Art Co. (publisher), West Concord
Tags: churches; photographs
 
Concord High School
Concord High School, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHSSCH-001
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Title: Concord High School, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By John M. Keyes & Co., Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Concord High School. The image is surrounded by a white frame that sits on a textured background. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a serial number '3081' and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord High School, John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher)
Tags: schools; photographs
 
Concord High School, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CHSSCH-002
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Title: Concord High School, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Pub. by The New England News Company
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Concord High School. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: '3080.'. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo and a space for a one- cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord High School
Tags: schools; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. High 
	School.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
CHSSCH-003
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Title: Concord, Mass. High School.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
Creator H.L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. United Art Publishing Co., New York City
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Concord High School. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a note, address, and postmark (dated 1908 October 1). Copy two includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1907 (month and day illegible). Copy one includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark (dated 1908 March 10).
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord High School, United Art Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: schools; photographs
 
Colonial Inn
Colonial Inn, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
COLINN-001
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Title: Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Whitney Pharmacy, Snow & Noll, Proprietors, Concord Junction, Mass. H. A. Dickerman & Son [Printers].
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. The image is surrounded by a drawn frame on a gold background. The caption is under the image and frame. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo, space for a one-cent stamp, and a serial number: '146012.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, H. A. Dickerman & Son (printer), Monument Square, Whitney Pharmacy (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
The 'Colonial',
	 Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
COLINN-002
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Title: The 'Colonial', Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. The image has a white border on the right and bottom, with the caption in the bottom border. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two was cut unevenly; the space for the stamp and part of the image are cut off.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Colonial Inn, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Monument Square
Tags: photographs
 
Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
COLINN- 003
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Title: Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Printed by Tichnor Bros., Inc. at Cambridge, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. 1930s/1940s cars are parked outside of the building. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks There is a small printing imperfection that obscured part of the Colonial Inn sign.
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: vehicles; photographs
 
Colonial Inn Concord, 
	Massachusetts; early 20th century
COLINN-004
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Title: Colonial Inn Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. The image is surrounded by a white border with the caption in the bottom border. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Albertype Co. (publisher), Colonial Inn, Monument Square
Tags: photographs
 
Colonial Inn, Built 1770, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
COLINN-005
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Title: Colonial Inn, Built 1770, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator Published by Ruth Murray Miller, Art Advertising Service. Philadelphia, Pa
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. Back is divided and includes the caption.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Art Advertising Service (publisher), Colonial Inn, Monument Square, Ruth Murray Miller (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Colonial Inn, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
COLINN-006
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Title: Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. People are standing outside of the building. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscription on back: 'Gift of Mrs. Jean F. Roberts.'
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square, O. G. Seeley (publisher)
Tags: people; photographs
 
Colonial Inn, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
COLINN-007
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Title: Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made only by the Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption, a copyright statement and a serial number &70098.& Back is divided and includes a caption about the Colonial Inn, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher), Monument Square
Tags: Photographs
 
Concord, Mass. The 
	Colonial Inn. Provincial Store House, 1775; early 20th century
COLINN-008
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Title: Concord, Mass. The Colonial Inn. Provincial Store House, 1775; early 20th century
Creator Published by O.G. Seeley, Lexington, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Colonial Inn. The back of the Spanish-American War Memorial is visible in front of the Inn. The image has a small white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one- cent stamp.
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Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square, O. G. Seeley (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Now the Colonial Inn; early 
	20th century
COLINN-010
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Title: Now the Colonial Inn; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed drawing or painting of the buildings making up the Colonial Inn in Monument Square in Concord. In the white border at the bottom of the image, the buildings are labeled as ' Old Provincial Store during Revolutionary Times' "residence of the store keeper", and "residence of Henry D. Thoreau's grandfather, built by him, 1770." Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square
Tags: works of art
 
Colonial Inn in year 1850, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
COLINN-011
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Title: Colonial Inn in year 1850, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed drawing or painted of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. The image is in a white frame, with the caption underneath the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a handwritten note regarding the origins of the image (possibly the basis of John W. Barber's illustration, 'Colonel Shattuck's residence'
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square
Tags: works of art
 
Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
COLINN-012
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Title: Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by John M. Keyes & Co., Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square with people and automobiles (1920s) around it. The image is surrounded by a white frame that sits on a textured background. The caption is printed on the textured background beneath the image. Back is divided and includes a serial number '3092' and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher), Monument Square
Tags: people; vehicles; photographs
 
Colonial Inn; late 20th 
	century
COLINN-013
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Title: Colonial Inn; late 20th century
Creator Somerfeld Photo Film; Photo Sir Win
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Colonial Inn in Monument Square. Back is divided and includes a caption about the inn (mentioning that it is a 'Grimes family pperation') and a serial number: "8606."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square, Sir Win (photographer), Somerfeld Photo Film (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Now the Colonial Inn; early 
	to mid- 20th century
COLINN-014
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Title: Now the Colonial Inn; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed drawing or painting of the buildings making up the Colonial Inn in Monument Square in Concord. In the white border at the bottom of the image, the buildings are labeled as ' Old Provincial Store during Revolutionary Times' "residence of the store keeper", and "residence of Henry D. Thoreau's grandfather, built by him, 1770." Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a stamped address.
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square
Tags: works of art
 
Now the Colonial Inn; early 
	20th century
COLINN-015
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Title: Now the Colonial Inn; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a printed drawing or painting of the buildings making up the Colonial Inn in Monument Square in Concord. In the white border at the bottom of the image, the buildings are labeled as ' Old Provincial Store during Revolutionary Times' "residence of the store keeper", and "residence of Henry D. Thoreau's grandfather, built by him, 1770." Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square
Tags: works of art
 
Colonial Inn; mid 20th 
	century
COLINN-016
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Title: Colonial Inn; mid 20th century
Creator YorKolor Process, New England Studios, 32 Park St., Attleboro, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Colonial Inn with several automobiles (1930s/1940s) parked outside. Back is divided and includes a caption about the Inn (the caption lists the manager as Loring Grimes and the phone number as Concord 460). The back also includes a serial number: '1145'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colonial Inn, Monument Square, New England Studios (publisher), YorKolor Process (publisher)
Tags: vehicles; photographs
 
Concord Authors
[Homes of Concord 
	authors]; circa 1906 (postmark date)
CONAUT-001
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Title: [Homes of Concord authors]; circa 1906 (postmark date)
Creator Standard Pictures Co., Plymouth, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features photographs of the Concord houses of Concord authors Louisa May Alcott and A. Bronson Alcott (Orchard House and the Thoreau-Alcott House), Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Nathaniel Hawthorne (The Wayside). Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Front includes note; back includes address, one-cent postage and a postmark dated 1907 August 17.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Home, exterior, Concord Authors, Emerson—Home, exterior, Hawthorne, Nathaniel—The Wayside, exterior, Standard Pictures Co. (publisher), Thoreau-Alcott House
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Author's Group; early 
	20th century
CONAUT-002
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Title: Author's Group; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a rendering of famous authors of the late 19th century in a library or study. The image is in a rectangular frame that includes the caption and the names of the authors. Authors listed, top, right to left, ' Oliver Wendell Holmes, A. Bronson Alcott, James Russell Lowell, Louis Agassiz ' bottom, right to left: "John G. Whittier, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Lothrop Motley, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry W. Longfellow." Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of "The City" series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Agassiz, Louis, Alcott—Portraits, Concord Authors, Emerson—Portraits, Hawthorne, Nathaniel—Portrait, Holmes,Oliver Wendell, Longfellow, Henry W., Lowell, James Russell, Maynard Workshop, Motley, John Lothrop, Whittier, John G.
Tags: People; literature; works of art
 
Concord's literary group, 
	Louisa Alcott on right; her father Bronson Alcott on left; Emerson, Hawthorne and Thoreau in center.; mid-late 20th century
CONAUT-003
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Title: Concord's literary group, Louisa Alcott on right; her father Bronson Alcott on left; Emerson, Hawthorne and Thoreau in center.; mid-late 20th century
Creator by Bill Towler
Dimensions 5 x 7 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white image of portraits of Concord authors on rectangles (possibly representing sheets of paper) on a black background. The black background and caption are surrounded by a white border. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Alcott—Portraits, Alcott, Amos Bronson, Alcott, Louisa May, Bill Towler (publisher), Concord Authors, Emerson—Portraits, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Hawthorne, Nathaniel, Hawthorne, Nathaniel—Portrait
Tags: People; photographs
 
Concord humor
This is just one of the many pretty girls of Concord Come and get one.; early 20th century
CONHUM-001
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Title: This is just one of the many pretty girls of Concord Come and get one.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 11/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of a woman. The caption is printed beside the photograph, and the word 'Concord' is printed on a blue and red pennant. A serial number: "091" is printed at the bottom in blue. Back is divided.
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Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord humor
Tags: people; photographs
 
Concord Free Public Library
Library, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONLIB-001
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Title: Library, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 1/4 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. Caption and serial number: '527-B' are printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes address, note, one-cent postage stamp and postmark (date illegible).
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Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library
Tags: photographs
 
Concord Public Library, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONLIB-002
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Title: Concord Public Library, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by S. Batholomeo & Co. Cor. Middle and Thoreau Sts. N. E. Paper and Stationery CO., Mfrs., Ayer, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. Image has a white border where the caption, publishing information, and serial number: '3980' are located. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, New England Paper and Stationery Company (publisher), S. Batholomeo & Co. (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Public Library, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONLIB-003
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Title: Public Library, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption Back is divided and includes a caption about the building and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a stamped note: Given Feb. 28, 1929 by Wm. S. Appleton. Copy two includes a note dated 1927 August 3.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library
Tags: photographs
 
Public Library; circa 1910 
	(postmark)
CONLIB-004
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Title: Public Library; circa 1910 (postmark)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a space for a message with a year prefix ('190'). Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address, one-cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 190 October 24.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library
Tags: photographs
 
Library, Concord, Mass.; 
	circa 1907 (postmark date)
CONLIB-005
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Title: Library, Concord, Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
Creator Sol-Art Prints, The Rotograph Co., N.Y. City
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a handwritten inscription: ' From Nancy James, 1983.' Copy two includes address and postmark dated (1907, January 7).
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Library, Concord, Mass.; 
	circa 1906 (postmark date)
CONLIB-006
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Title: Library, Concord, Mass.; circa 1906 (postmark date)
Creator Sol-Art Prints, The Rotograph Co., N.Y. City
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number: 'A2768'. Back is undivided; it includes a publisher logo, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1906 August 18.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Free Public Library, 
	Concord, Mass.; circa 1900 (postmark date)
CONLIB-007
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Title: Free Public Library, Concord, Mass.; circa 1900 (postmark date)
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 9/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and publishing information. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1900 September 2. Also includes an inscription: 'From Max Bogart, 1998.'
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: photographs
 
Concord Public Library; 
	early 20th century
CONLIB-008
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Title: Concord Public Library; early 20th century
Creator Published by James Craig. N. E. Paper & Stationery Co., Manufacturers, Ayer, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number: '3980'. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, James Craig(publisher), New England Paper and Stationery Company (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Public Library; early 20th 
	century
CONLIB-009
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Title: Public Library; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/16 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library
Tags: photographs
 
Free Public Library, Concord, Mass.; circa 1908 (postmark date)
CONLIB-010
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Title: Free Public Library, Concord, Mass.; circa 1908 (postmark date)
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 3/8 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and publishing information. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1908 August 3.
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Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, United Art Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: photographs
 
Main Street, Concord, 
	Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
CONLIB-011
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Title: Main Street, Concord, Mass.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Main Street facing west, with the Concord Free Public Library building in the left background, and 122 Main Street (later Wheeler House, part of Concord Academy) on the right. There is a white border at the bottom of the image that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. The back includes a caption, identified this as part of a ' historical series of revolutionary towns.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1907 May 29. Copy four inscribed 'From Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, 1984.'
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History Copy four is part of, and housed with, the Mrs. Malcolm Thompson Collection, Concord Postcard Collection.
Subject terms Concord Academy, Concord Free Public Library, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Main Street, Mrs. Malcom Thompson Collection
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Main Street, Concord, 
	Mass.; early 20th century
CONLIB-012
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Title: Main Street, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Main Street facing west, with the Concord Free Public Library building in the left background, and 122 Main Street (later Wheeler House, part of Concord Academy) on the right. There is a white border at the bottom of the image that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Concord Academy, Concord Free Public Library, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Main Street
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Public Library and Main 
	Street, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONLIB-013
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Title: Public Library and Main Street, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made only by the Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library with the Heywood/Benjamin House (151 Main Street) in the background. The image is surrounded by a white border with the caption and a serial number: 'D- 71067' at the bottom. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two contains a handwritten inscription, that includes the text: ' Mrs. Wise [sic] father, Mr. Glass piped this Library for steam heat, when Mrs. Was a very small child. He died July 2, 1925.'
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher), Main Street
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Library and Streets, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONLIB-015
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Title: Library and Streets, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd., New York.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library and the junction of Main Street and Sudbury Road. The caption, photographer information and a serial number: ' 403,707' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Main Street, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: photographs
 
Public Library, Concord, 
	Massachusetts; early 20th century
CONLIB-016
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Title: Public Library, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator American Art Post Card Co., Brookline, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The caption and a serial number: ' 5114' are printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two is inscribed: ' From Max Bogart 1998'; copy three is inscribed: "7/26/50."
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Copy two is a photolux postcard.
Collecting History  
Subject terms American Art Photo Post Card Co. (publisher), Concord Free Public Library
Tags: photographs
 
Public Library, Concord, 
	Mass; early 20th century
CONLIB-017
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Title: Public Library, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured for John M. Keyes, Concord, Mass., by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color (or colorized) printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. Photograph has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space a one cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Concord Free Public Library, John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
Free Public Library, 
	Concord, Mass.; circa 1911 (postmark date)
CONLIB-018
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Title: Free Public Library, Concord, Mass.; circa 1911 (postmark date)
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd., New York
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Free Public Library. The caption, photographer information, and serial number: '403,708' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1911 January 31; copy three has a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1911 June 10.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: photographs
 
Concord landmarks
[Concord landmarks]; 
	1906 (copyright date)
CONLMK-001
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Title: [Concord landmarks]; 1906 (copyright date)
Creator Standard Pictures Co., Plymouth, Mass.
Dimensions 3 13/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features four photographs of landmarks in Concord: Monument Square, Merriam's Corner, Wright Tavern, and 'Thoreau House,' more commonly known as the Colonial Inn. The image descriptions are printed on the images, and the copyright information is printed on the white border below the images. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Civil War memorial, Colonial Inn, Concord landmarks, Meriam's Corner, Monument Square, Standard Pictures Co. (publisher), Town House, Wright Tavern
Tags: historical markers; houses; photographs
 
[Concord landmarks]; 
	1906 (copyright date)
CONLMK-002
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Title: [Concord landmarks]; 1906 (copyright date)
Creator Standard Pictures Co., Plymouth, Mass.
Dimensions 3 13/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features four photographs of landmarks in Concord: 'Concord Library' [Concord Free Public Library], "Concord Reformatory" [Massachusetts Correctional Institution], "Old Manse", and "School of Philosophy." The image descriptions are printed on the images, and the copyright information is printed on the white border below the images. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library, Concord landmarks, MCI Reformatory , Old Manse—Exterior, Standard Pictures Co. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; houses; photographs
 
Concord maps
Concord, 
	Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
CONMAP-001
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Title: Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Pub. By Tri-Con Colour, Southborough, Mass. Illstrated by Bamford M. Sawler.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features and illustrated map of the Town of Concord on a red, white and blue background, with a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem Concord Hymn. Illustrations are labeled: 'Burning of a gun carriage by the British on Col. Barrett's Farm;' "Concord Academy;" "White Pond; " "Col. Barrett House;" "Henry David Thoreau's Cabin;" "The Manse" [The Old Manse]; "Wright Tavern;" "Middlesex School;" "Minute Man" [the Minute Man statue]; "North Bridge;" "Author's Ridge" [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]; "Emerson House;" "Hawthorne House;" "Concord Antiquarian Society" [Concord Museum]; "the John Buttrick House;" "Bullet Hole House" [Elisha Jones House]; "Louisa May Alcott's Home;" "Home of the Concord Grape." Back is divided and includes two serial numbers: "H-3" and "47371."
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Subject terms Concord Hymn, Concord maps
Tags: works of art; maps; literature
 
Concord Museum
Concord Antiquarian 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONMUS-001
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Title: Concord Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., New York and Boston.
Dimensions 3 7/16 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian House, later Reuben Brown House. The Concord Antiquarian Society later became the Concord Museum. The caption and a serial number:'213008' are printed on the image/ Back is divided and includes a publisher's logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has an inscription: 'Gift of Mrs. Jean F. Roberts.'
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Subject terms Concord Museum, Reuben Brown House, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Antiquarian House,
	 Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONMUS-002
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Title: The Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian House (later Reuben Brown House). The Concord Antiquarian Society later became the Concord Museum. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. A caption on the back describes this as part of a 'Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns.'
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Style Undivided back era postcard
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Reuben Brown House
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Concord Antiquarian 
	Society Building, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONMUS-003
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Title: Concord Antiquarian Society Building, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian House, later Reuben Brown House. The Concord Antiquarian Society later became the Concord Museum. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Reuben Brown House
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Museum of the 
	Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts, a Folder of Fireplaces, 1685-1869.; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-004
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Title: Museum of the Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts, a Folder of Fireplaces, 1685-1869.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by Artvue Post Card Co.
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 6 15/16 inches
Orientation various
Descriptive Note Souvenir folder postcard, with ten black-and-white printed photographs of fireplaces in the rooms of the Concord Antiquarian Society house. The Concord Antiquarian Society later became the Concord Museum. Images are printed on one accordion-folded sheet of paper glued to the inside of a simple envelope. Each image is about the size of a 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch postcard. The front of the envelope includes the caption, a small image of the Green Room fireplace, and a space for a three-cent stamp. The back of the envelope contains publishing information. The inside of the envelope includes a caption on the fireplaces. Images are: the Chippendale Room; the Yellow Bedroom, the Reeded Room, the McIntire Room, the Empire Room, and the Victorian Room. Images have white borders and include captions describing each fireplace.
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Artvue Post Card Co. (publisher), Concord Museum
Tags: Photographs; houses
 
Museum of the 
	Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts, a Folder of Chests, 1650-1810; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-005
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Title: Museum of the Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts, a Folder of Chests, 1650-1810; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by Artvue Post Card Co.
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 5 15/16 inches
Orientation various
Descriptive Note Souvenir folder postcard with ten pages of black-and-white printed photographs of chests owned by the Concord Antiquarian Society house. The Concord Antiquarian Society later became the Concord Museum. Images are printed on one accordion-folded sheet of paper glued to the inside of a simple envelope. Each image is about the size of a 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch postcard. The front of the envelope includes the caption, a small, cropped image of the detail of Hugh Cargill's scroll pedimented chest, and a space for a two-cent stamp. The back of the envelope contains publishing information. Images are: ' Gregory Stone's press cupboard; ' " chest of Dolor Davis; " "trestle-foot six board pine chest; " " six board pine chest with "V" line decoration; " " elaborately carved oak and pine chest with drawer; " " geometrically paneled oak and pine chest with spindles and bosses; " "ball foot pine blanket chest with single arch moulding/ball foot pine blanket chest with double arch moulding; " " Josiah Blood's six legged highboy/cabriole leg low boy; " " Hugh Cargill's scroll pedimented chest; " Dorcas Barrett Gerrish's block-front mahogany chest" "serpentine front wild cherry chest of drawers made by Major Joseph Hosmer for himself;" and "the Melvin family mahogany and maple veneered chest of drawers. " Images have white borders and include captions describing each chest.
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Artvue Post Card Co. (publisher), Concord Museum
Tags: Photographs; houses
 
The Antiquarian House,
	 Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONMUS-007
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Title: The Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Antiquarian House, later the Reuben Brown House, former location of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Reuben Brown House
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Concord Antiquarian 
	Society Building, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS- 008
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Title: Concord Antiquarian Society Building, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator American Art Post Card Co., Boston, Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Antiquarian House (later the Concord Museum). Image has a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: '2328'. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms American Art Photo Post Card Co. (publisher), Concord Museum
Tags: Photographs; houses
 
Concord Antiquarian 
	Society Building, Concord, Mass.; circa 1917 (note date)
CONMUS-009
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Title: Concord Antiquarian Society Building, Concord, Mass.; circa 1917 (note date)
Creator ANC N.Y.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Antiquarian House,later the Reuben Brown House, former location of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image has a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: '2328'. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note dated 1917 September 1.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Litho-chrome postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Albany News Company (publisher), Concord Museum, Reuben Brown House
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Concord Antiquarian 
	Society, Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
CONMUS-010
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Title: Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southboro, Mass
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian Society museum (later the Concord Museum).Back is divided and includes a caption about the museum, a publisher's logo, and a serial number: 'C-14.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Concord Antiquarian 
	Society Building, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-011
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Title: Concord Antiquarian Society Building, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian Society Building former location of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
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Context  
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Antiquarian House, 
	Concord; early to mid-20th century
CONMUS-012
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Title: Antiquarian House, Concord; early to mid-20th century
Creator Copyright by Samuel Chamberlain, The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian Society museum (later the Concord Museum). The image is surrounded by a white border and includes the photographer's mark. Back is divided, and includes a serial number: '250.'
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Collecting History  
Subject terms American Scene (publisher), Chamberlain, Samuel (photographer), Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Kitchen in Antiquarian 
	House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONMUS-013
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Title: Kitchen in Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white (sepia tone) printed photograph of the kitchen inside the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Antiquarian 
	Society, Concord, Massachusetts.; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-014
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Title: The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 7 /16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of the Antiquarian Society museum (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption with a serial or series number, '4.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs
 
Concord Antiquarian 
	Society, Concord, Massachusetts; 1964 (copyright date)
CONMUS-015
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Title: Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; 1964 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp., Southboro, Mass
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the Concord Antiquarian Society museum (later the Concord Museum).Back is divided and includes a caption about the museum, a publisher's logo, and a serial number: 'C-14.'
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note, address, eight-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1973.
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: photographs
 
The Study of Ralph 
	Waldo Emerson, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-016
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Title: The Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of the reproduction of the study of Ralph Waldo Emerson within the Concord Antiquarian Society museum (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '16.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Emerson—Home, interior
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Hall of the 17th 
	Century House, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; circa 1949 (postmark date)
CONMUS-017
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Title: The Hall of the 17th Century House, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; circa 1949 (postmark date)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '35.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note, address and postmark dated 1949 September 8 (no postage stamp).
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
Interior of the 
	Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.;
CONMUS-018
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Title: Interior of the Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.;
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the interior of the museum of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). The image depictions a room with a fireplace, a chest, artifacts, and several displays. The caption is located in the white border. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. A caption of the back identifies this as part of a ' historical series of revolutionary towns.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Fireplace. 
	Seventeenth Century Room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-019
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Title: The Fireplace. Seventeenth Century Room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '21.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Thoreau room, 
	The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-022
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Title: The Thoreau room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '18.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Thoreau, Henry David—Portrait
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Study of Ralph 
	Waldo Emerson, Museum of the Antiquarian Society, Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
CONMUS-023
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Title: The Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Museum of the Antiquarian Society, Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston 15, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the reproduction of the study of Ralph Waldo Emerson within the museum of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later, the Concord Museum). Back is divided and includes the caption, a space for a stamp and the serial number 'K-6592.'
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note.
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques 'Lusterchrome' postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Emerson—Home, interior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Study of Ralph 
	Waldo Emerson, Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts;
CONMUS-024
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Title: The Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts;
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a the reproduction of Ralph Waldo Emerson's study within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '17.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: photographs; houses
 
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CONMUS-025
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Title: ;
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation  
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '9.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Thoreau room, 
	The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-026
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Title: The Thoreau room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '18.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Thoreau, Henry David—Portrait
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Thoreau Room; 
	circa 1968 (note date)
CONMUS-027
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Title: The Thoreau Room; circa 1968 (note date)
Creator Published by Edward Wells — Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Back is divided and includes the caption and serial number: ' S-72914.'
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note dated 1968 September 27.
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Edward Wells (publisher), Thoreau, Henry David—Portrait
Tags: photographs; houses
 
'High Chest, 
	Concord, 1760-1780 … On exhibit at the Concord Museum'; circa 1996 (image publication date)
CONMUS-028
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Title: 'High Chest, Concord, 1760-1780 … On exhibit at the Concord Museum'; circa 1996 (image publication date)
Creator Photograph by David Bohl.
Dimensions 6 x 4 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of a chest of drawers (referred to as 'High chest' and also as "High pedimented chest" in earlier Concord Museum publications). Back is undivided and includes a caption about the object.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bohl, David (photographer), Concord Museum
Tags: works of art; photographs
 
The Seventeenth 
	Century Room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-029
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Title: The Seventeenth Century Room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '12.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note: 'Chest [illegible text.] carved top brought by Dolor Davis in 1630.'
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Classic Revival 
	Room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-030
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Title: The Classic Revival Room, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '6.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Yellow Bedroom, 
	Early Nineteenth Century, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-031
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Title: The Yellow Bedroom, Early Nineteenth Century, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of a room within the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '7.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses
 
The Hitchcock Spinet, 
	The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-032
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Title: The Hitchcock Spinet, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph (sepia tone) of a object in the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '34.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses; works of art
 
Carved oak chest and 
	desk box, seventeenth century, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-033
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Title: Carved oak chest and desk box, seventeenth century, The Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of an object in the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '13.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes note: ' Chest brought by Dolor Davis in 1630'
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; houses; works of art
 
Chair (from the Old 
	Manse) in which Emerson wrote 'Nature' Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-034
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Title: Chair (from the Old Manse) in which Emerson wrote 'Nature' Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of an object in the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '31.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: photographs; houses; works of art
 
Paul Revere Lantern; 
	mid- to late 20th century
CONMUS-035
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Title: Paul Revere Lantern; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells — Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of an object from the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Back is undivided and includes a caption about the lantern and serial 'S-64848.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Edward Wells (publisher), Revere, Paul
Tags: photographs
 
The Historic Powder 
	Horn; mid- to late 20th century
CONMUS-036
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Title: The Historic Powder Horn; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Discovered by Bill Towler
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features an etching of the powder horn worn by James Hayward during the Battle of Lexington and Concord with a caption. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bill Towler (publisher), Concord Museum
Tags: works of art
 
The Signal Lanterns of 
	Paul Revere, Old North Church, Salem Street; mid- to late 20th century
CONMUS- 037
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Title: The Signal Lanterns of Paul Revere, Old North Church, Salem Street; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Color photo by Fred Keenan, published by Bromly & Company, Inc., Boston 15, Mass. Natural color by Mike Roberts, Berkeley, California.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of an object from the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Back is divided and includes a caption about the lanterns, a publisher logo, and two serial numbers 'BM-181' and " C14606."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Bromley & Company, Inc. (publisher), Concord Museum, Keenan, Fred (photographer), Mike Roberts (publisher), Revere, Paul
Tags: Photographs; works of art
 
Paul Revere's Lantern, 
	Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-038
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Title: Paul Revere's Lantern, Antiquarian House, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator American Art Post Card Co., Brookline, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of an lantern from the collection of the museum of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Copies two and three are Photolux postcards.
Collecting History  
Subject terms American Art Photo Post Card Co. (publisher), Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Concord Museum, Revere, Paul
Tags: photograph; works of art
 
Chair (from the Old 
	Manse) in which Emerson wrote 'Nature' Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-039
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Title: Chair (from the Old Manse) in which Emerson wrote 'Nature' Concord Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of an object in the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '31.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Museum, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: Photographs; houses
 
Diorama of the Battle 
	at the North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts, April 19, 1775, Concord Antiquarian Society; circa 1967 (postmark date)
CONMUS-040
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Title: Diorama of the Battle at the North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts, April 19, 1775, Concord Antiquarian Society; circa 1967 (postmark date)
Creator Made by Theodore B. Pitman and Samuel Guernsey. Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the diorama in the museum of the Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Back is divided and includes a caption about the diorama, and a serial number: ' S-32814-4.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Concord Museum, Edward Wells (publisher)
Tags: photographs; works of art
 
Model of the Concord 
	Fight, April 19, 1775, the Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-041
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Title: Model of the Concord Fight, April 19, 1775, the Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of the diorama in the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '23.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two is significantly darker in tone.
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Concord Museum
Tags: photographs; works of art
 
One of the two lanterns
	 which swung from the old North Tower on the night of April 18, 1775, the Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
CONMUS-042
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Title: One of the two lanterns which swung from the old North Tower on the night of April 18, 1775, the Antiquarian Society, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x3 5/8 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of artifacts from the night before April 19, 1775 displayed in the museum of Concord Antiquarian Society (later the Concord Museum). Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the series or serial number '2.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Concord Museum
Tags: photographs
 
The Study of Ralph 
	Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
CONMUS-043
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Title: The Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Colourpicture, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 4 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Emerson's study in Emerson House. The image has a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption about the room, a publisher logo, and the serial number: 'P306445.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Plastichrome postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colourpicture (publisher), Concord Museum, Emerson—Home, interior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Concord River
Concord River, from North 
	Bridge, Concord, Mass.; 1908 (copyright date)
CONRIV-001
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Title: Concord River, from North Bridge, Concord, Mass.; 1908 (copyright date)
Creator Made only by Detroit Publishing Co.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord River. Image is surrounded by a white border and includes the caption, copyright information, and a serial number: '12150.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an inscription: 'From Marcus Mason Maronn Feb 1922.'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Phostint postcard
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River, Detroit Publishing Company (publisher), North Bridge
Tags: photographs; nature
 
Midsummer, Concord River,
	 Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CONRIV-002
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Title: Midsummer, Concord River, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by E.A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of a child fishing in a rowboat on the edge of the Concord River. The image has a white border that includes the caption and a serial number, '34.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one- cent stamp. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the "Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: people; nature; photographs; vehicles
 
Rivers (North Branch), 
	Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
CONRIV-003
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Title: Rivers (North Branch), Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd., New York.
Dimensions 3 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord River. The caption, photographer information and a serial number: '403.704' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: photographs; nature
 
Concord River and Boat 
	House from Old North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
CONRIV-004
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Title: Concord River and Boat House from Old North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the concord River as viewed from the Old North Bridge. The canoe club, referred to as the boat house, is also featured in the photograph. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Canoe Club, Concord River
Tags: nature; photographs
 
[Sudbury River from the 
	Fitchburg Railroad bridge]; circa 1912 (note date)
CONRIV-005
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Title: [Sudbury River from the Fitchburg Railroad bridge]; circa 1912 (note date)
Creator 'L.E.R.'
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of the Sudbury River. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed: 'Sudbury River looking south from Fitchburg R.R. bridge, concord. Lexington Canoe Club float in left foreground circa 1912. Photo by L.E.R.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on Cyko paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River, Sudbury River
Tags: nature; photographs
 
Concord River from Old 
	Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
CONRIV-006
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Title: Concord River from Old Bridge, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Concord River as viewed from the Old North Bridge. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a serial number: 'A.M.S. 8112'.
Inscriptions/Marks In copies two and three the trees and shore are also hand-colored.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River
Tags: nature; photographs
 
The Concord River at 
	Sunrise; circa 1906 (postmark date)
CONRIV-007
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Title: The Concord River at Sunrise; circa 1906 (postmark date)
Creator Manufactured expressly for Edith A. Buck by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed postcard of the Concord River. Two figures fish on a boat in the river, and a structure is in the background on the shore. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note dated 1906 October 3, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1906.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Concord River, Edith A. Buck (publisher)
Tags: nature; people; photographs; vehicles
 
Egg Rock, Meeting of the Two Rivers, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
CONRIV-008
High resolution image available

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Title: Egg Rock, Meeting of the Two Rivers, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord Mass. The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd., New York
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored color photograph of Egg Rock and the Concord and Sudbury rivers. A canoe is in the foreground. The caption, photographer information and a serial number: '403, 700' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes note and address.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River, Egg Rock, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: nature; photographs
 
Concord, River, Concord, 
	Mass.;
CONRIV-009
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Title: Concord, River, Concord, Mass.;
Creator SolArt prints, The Rotograph Co., N.Y. City.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Concord River. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number: 'A 2780.' Back is undivided and includes a publisher logo and a space for a one- cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord River, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: nature; photographs
 
D
Davis House
[Acton, Massachusetts 
	home of Captain Isaac Davis, first officer to die in the Concord Fight]; 1968 (copyright date)
DAVHSE-001
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Title: [Acton, Massachusetts home of Captain Isaac Davis, first officer to die in the Concord Fight]; 1968 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour Corp.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Davis Home in Acton, Massachusetts. Back is divided and includes a caption about Isaac Davis and the Concord Fight, a publisher logo, and a serial number:'36043.' Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of "Historama" postcards with the serial number "CC-12."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Acton, Massachusetts, Battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19th 1775, Davis House, Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: historical markers; houses
 
Deaconess Home
Home for Aged 
	Methodist Women (Deaconess Home), Concord, Massachusetts;
DEAHOM-001
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Title: Home for Aged Methodist Women (Deaconess Home), Concord, Massachusetts;
Creator Made only by Tichnor Bros., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Home for Aged Methodist Women. Back is divided and includes a caption about the hospital and a serial number: '85570.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Deaconess Home, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: hospital; photographs
 
Home for Aged 
	Methodist Women; early to mid-20th century
DEAHOM-002
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Title: Home for Aged Methodist Women; early to mid-20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of people standing outside of the Home for Aged Methodist Women. Image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Deaconess Home
Tags: people; hospitals; photographs
 
Deaconess Home, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
DEAHOM-003
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Title: Deaconess Home, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made by (logo) [Tichnor Bros., Inc]
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the Home for Aged Methodist Women. Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a serial number: '137330.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a note dated 1946 June 17 and an inscription:'Purchased by L. Wilson Dec. 2000'
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Deaconess Home, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Hospitals; photographs
 
The approach to Home
	 for Aged Methodist Women, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
DEAHOM-004
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Title: The approach to Home for Aged Methodist Women, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Home for Aged Methodist Women. Image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Deaconess Home
Tags: hospitals; photographs
 
E
Elm Street
Anderson Archives, 
	Howard Johnson's, Concord, MA, 1949; late 20th century or early 21st century
ELMSTR-001
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Title: Anderson Archives, Howard Johnson's, Concord, MA, 1949; late 20th century or early 21st century
Creator [Photographed by William Wheeler Anderson]; Anderson Archives
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the Howard Johnson's restaurant on Elm Street. Back is divided and includes the caption.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Anderson Archives (publisher), Anderson, William Wheeler (photographer), Elm Street, Howard Johnson's Hotel
Tags: vehicles; photographs
 
Emerson—Grave
Grave of Emerson. The 
	Passive Master Lent His Hand/To the Vast Soul That O'er Him Planned.; early 20th century
EMSGRV-001
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Title: Grave of Emerson. The Passive Master Lent His Hand/To the Vast Soul That O'er Him Planned.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption (which is, in part, a quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'The Problem,' and the couplet that appears on his tombstone) Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes the inscription: 'From Marcus Mason Maronn, Feb. 1992.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; literature; photographs
 
Emerson's Grave, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSGRV- 002
High resolution image available

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Title: Emerson's Grave, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom and includes a serial number: '33.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one- cent stamp. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the "Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Edith A. Buck (publisher), Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Last Resting Place of 
	Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSGRV-003
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Title: Last Resting Place of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Tichnor Quality Views
Dimensions 5 9/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a publisher's logo, a place for a one-cent stamp and a serial number: '104970.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Grave of Emerson, 
	' The passive master lent his hand/To the vast soul that o'r him planned'; early 20th century
EMSGRV-004
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Title: Grave of Emerson, ' The passive master lent his hand/To the vast soul that o'r him planned'; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption (which is, in part, a quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'The Problem,' and the couplet that appears on his tombstone) Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; literature, photographs
 
Lasting Resting Place of 
	Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSGRV-005
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Title: Lasting Resting Place of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Tichnor Bros., Inc.
Dimensions 5 9/16 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a caption about the grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson and the cemetery, a publisher's logo, a place for a one-cent stamp, and serial number: '104970.'
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a stamped address.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Emerson's Grave, 
	'Sleepy Hollow', Concord, Mass.; 1905 (copyright date)
EMSGRV-006
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Title: Emerson's Grave, 'Sleepy Hollow', Concord, Mass.; 1905 (copyright date)
Creator The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored color photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom where the copyright information, the caption, and a serial number: 'G 7091.' are located. Back is undivided and includes a publisher logo and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Grave of Emerson. The 
	passive master lent his hand/To the Vast Soul that O'er Him Planned; early 20th century
EMSGRV-007
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Title: Grave of Emerson. The passive master lent his hand/To the Vast Soul that O'er Him Planned; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 9/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white (sepia tone) printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption (which is, in part, a quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'The Problem,' and the couplet that appears on his tombstone) Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; literature, photographs
 
Grave of Emerson. The 
	passive master lent his hand/To the Vast Soul that O'er Him Planned; early 20th century
EMSGRV-008
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Title: Grave of Emerson. The passive master lent his hand/To the Vast Soul that O'er Him Planned; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption (which is, in part, a quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'The Problem,' and the couplet that appears on his tombstone) Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; literature, photographs
 
Concord, Mass. Ralph 
	Waldo Emerson Grave.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
EMSGRV-009
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Title: Concord, Mass. Ralph Waldo Emerson Grave.; circa 1907 (postmark date)
Creator The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME., U.S.A.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a space for a one- cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a stamped invitation to the Bay State Post Card Collector's Club Annual Exhibition, 1957 May 5. Copy three has a note (on front and back), address, one-cent postage stamp, and a postmark dated 1907 December 27.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Grave of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
EMSGRV-010
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Title: Grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Tichnor Bros., Inc.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleep Hollow Cemetery. Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: '64181.' Back is divided and includes a publisher logo and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Emerson's Grave, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSGRV-011
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Title: Emerson's Grave, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the back of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number: '2224.' Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes a note.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms A. C. Bosselman & Co. (publisher), Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Grave of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson (The Distinguished Historian and Philosopher) Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSGRV-012
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Title: Grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson (The Distinguished Historian and Philosopher) Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator MNCo (logo) [Metropolitan News Company]
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp, and a serial number: '7996.' .
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Metropolitan News Co. (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; photographs
 
Grave of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
EMSGRV-013
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Title: Grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of the grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: '64181.' Back is divided and includes a caption about Emerson and the cemetery.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Emerson's Grave, 
	'Sleepy Hollow', Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSGRV-014
Top Subjects Index
Title: Emerson's Grave, 'Sleepy Hollow', Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Sol Art, The Rotograph Co.,, N. Y. City.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the grave of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption, the copyright information, and a serial number: 'A 7091.' Back is undivided and includes a publisher logo and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Rotograph Company (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; nature; photographs
 
Grave of Emerson. 
	'The passive master lent his hand/To the vast soul that o'er him planned'; early 20th century
EMSGRV-015
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Title: Grave of Emerson. 'The passive master lent his hand/To the vast soul that o'er him planned'; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the tombstone of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption (which is, in part, a quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'The Problem,' and the couplet that appears on his tombstone) Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed: 'Gift of Connie Turrisi'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Cemeteries—Sleepy Hollow, Emerson—Grave, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: cemeteries; literature, photographs
 
Emerson—Home, exterior
Emerson House, 
	Concord, the Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; late 19th century - early 20th century
EMSHSE-001
Top Subjects Index
Title: Emerson House, Concord, the Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; late 19th century - early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image is in a drawn black frame. The caption appears within the white border of the image, and pre-written letter about the postcard is printed perpendicular to the image. The caption identifies the postcard as 'Series No. 3,' and "one of a set of 10 souvenir post cards of Historic American Homes received from the Practical Farmer, of Philadelphia". Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp; header identifies this postcard as a "Souvenir Post Card" suggesting that it may have been printed in the 19th century.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-002
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by James Craig. N. E. Paper & Stationery Co., Manufacturers, Ayers, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes the caption, publishing information and a serial number :'3976' (text is parallel). Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, James Craig(publisher), New England Paper and Stationery Company (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. Home of 
	R.W. Emerson; circa 1908 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-003
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Title: Concord, Mass. Home of R.W. Emerson; circa 1908 (postmark date)
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House a small version of the publisher logo. Image has a white border at the bottom that includes the photographer's information, the caption, and a small version of the publisher logo. Back is divided and includes publisher logo, seal of the United Kingdom, and the caption. Caption on back states that this postcard is part of Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card series No. 0249, 'Concord, Mass.'
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address, note, two-cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 1908 September 28.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Raphael Tuck & Sons (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; circa 1917 (note date)
EMSHSE-004
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; circa 1917 (note date)
Creator The Barron Souvenir Co., Wilmington, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of Emerson House. The caption and a serial number: '200 6' are printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note, dated 1917 June 23, and an address.
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on Noko paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Barron Souvenir Co. (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-005
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published for Edward Wells, Dumont, N.J. by The Collotype Co., Elizabeth, N.J. and N.Y.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Collotype Co. (publisher), Edward Wells (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-006
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The image has a small white border, that includes the caption and a serial number: '64179.' Back is divided and includes a brief history of Emerson House.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-007
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Pub. by United Art Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 3/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed drawing of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The image has a small white border that includes the caption. A serial number: '22051' is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a brief history of Emerson House, and a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, United Art Co. (publisher)
Tags: houses; works of art
 
Emerson House, Concord, Mass.;
EMSHSE-008
High resolution image available

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Title: Emerson House, Concord, Mass.;
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The image has a small white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a brief history of Emerson House, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, essayist and poet, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-009
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, essayist and poet, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The image has a small white border that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1930 July 11.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-010
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By Bertha G. Sohier, Concord, Mass. Tichnor Quality Views
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand- colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The image has a small white border that includes the caption and a serial number:'64179' . Back is divided and includes a publisher logo, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Bertha G. Sohier (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson., Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-011
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson., Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The image has a small white border that includes the caption and a serial number:'64179' . Back is divided and includes a publisher logo, a caption about the house, and a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; early to mid- 20th century
EMSHSE- 012
High resolution image available

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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; early to mid- 20th century
Creator PSC Co.
Dimensions 3 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the upper right corner, and an illustrated scroll with the lines from 'Climacteric,' a quatrain by Emerson. The caption, a long with information about Emerson, and a serial number: "60514". Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address , a five-cent postage stamp (Thoreau 150th birthday anniversary commemorative stamp), and a postmark dated 1967 July 12.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, PSC Co. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs; literature
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass; early to mid- 20th century
EMSHSE-013
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass; early to mid- 20th century
Creator Published by The Whitney Pharmacy, Snow & Noll, Props., Concord, Junction, Mass. H. A. Dickerman & Son, Taunton, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The image is in an illustrated from on a gold background. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. The back also includes two serial numbers: '146009' and "238228."
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, H. A. Dickerman & Son (printer), Whitney Pharmacy (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.;
EMSHSE-014
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.;
Creator Pub. By M. Abrams, Roxbury, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the upper right corner, and an illustrated scroll with the lines from 'Climacteric,' a quatrain by Emerson. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. A serial number: "60514" is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo, M. Abrams (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs; literature
 
The 'Concord 
	Sage' and philosopher, home of Ralph Wald Emerson, Essayist, and poet, Concord, Mass. Born 1803, Died 1882.; 1911 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-015
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Title: The 'Concord Sage' and philosopher, home of Ralph Wald Emerson, Essayist, and poet, Concord, Mass. Born 1803, Died 1882.; 1911 (postmark date)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the upper right corner, and an illustrated scroll with the lines from 'Climacteric,' a quatrain by Emerson. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes a caption, information about Emerson, and a serial number: "37014". Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp, postmark dated 1911 August 24. There is also a note in a different hand: ' Gift of Connie Turrisi.'
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: houses; photographs; literature
 
The Ralph Waldo Emerson
	 House in Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-016
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Title: The Ralph Waldo Emerson House in Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator 'Colourpicture' publication, Boston 15, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand- colored printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the right corner. The caption is in a white bar on the image. Back is divided and includes a serial number: '10406.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one is inscribed: 'From Marcus Mason Maronn, February 1992.' Copy two includes a note, address, two-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1953 October 13. Copy three includes an address, note, three-cent Ralph Waldo Emerson postage stamp, and a postmark dated 1904 February 5.
Style Linen era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Paper has linen texture.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colourpicture (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. Home of 
	Ralph Waldo Emerson; circa 1908 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-017
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Title: Concord, Mass. Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; circa 1908 (postmark date)
Creator Mason Bros. & Co.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 1908 August 31. Copy three includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp, and postmark dated 1912 November 28.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mason Bros. & Co. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
EMSHSE-018
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid- 20th century
Creator From photographs copyrighted by the Maynard Workshop-Waban-Massachusetts
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border that includes the caption. Back is divided, and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Maynard Workshop
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson House, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
EMSHSE-019
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Title: Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Plastichrome, Colourpicture, Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Emerson House. Back is divided, and includes the caption with information about Ralph Waldo Emerson, and a serial number: 'P76276.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Colourpicture (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Concord, Mass. Home of 
	Ralph Waldo Emerson; early 20th century
EMSHSE-022
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Title: Concord, Mass. Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp, and a serial number: 'No. 1025.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
EMSHSE-023
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass; early 20th century
Creator A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image, and there is a white border on one side of the image that includes a serial number: '435.' Back in undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms A. C. Bosselman & Co. (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; circa 1916 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-024
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; circa 1916 (postmark date)
Creator Manufactured for John M. Keyes, Concord, Mass., by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two has a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1916 August 21.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior, John M. Keyes & Co. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
The Home of Ralph Waldo
	 Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-025
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Title: The Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Logo, but no publisher name given.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number:'1238.' Back is undivided and includes a publisher logo, space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one is inscribed: 'Gift of Connie Turrisi.' Copy two includes a note (mostly obscured by water damage).
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
The Home of Emerson; 
	early 20th century
EMSHSE-026
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Title: The Home of Emerson; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and information about the house. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one inscribed: ' Gift of John Fuller, 04/27/07.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
The Home of Emerson; 
	early 20th century
EMSHSE-027
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Title: The Home of Emerson; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and information about the house. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Concord, Mass., Home of
	 Ralph Waldo Emerson; early 20th century
EMSHSE-028
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Title: Concord, Mass., Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; early 20th century
Creator [Illegible; possibly New England Paper and Stationery Co.]
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white printed photograph of Emerson House, with a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson in an oval frame in the upper right corner, and an illustrated scroll with the lines from 'Climacteric,' a quatrain by Emerson. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption, information about Emerson (text is perpendicular to the image). Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Greetings From Concord, 
	Mass. Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-029
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Title: Greetings From Concord, Mass. Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Chisholm Bros., Portland, Me.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color drawing (printed) of Emerson House. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption, publishing information, and a serial number: '131.'
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note.
Style White border era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Chisholm Bros. (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: Houses; photographs
 
[Emerson House]; 1972 
	(copyright date)
EMSHSE-030
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Title: [Emerson House]; 1972 (copyright date)
Creator Yankee Colour. Tri-Con Colour, Southborough, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Emerson House. Back is divided, and includes the caption with information about the house, and a publisher logo. Text on the back identifies the postcard as part of the of series of 'Historama' postcards with the serial number "C-16."
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address (William Towler), US Bicentennial ten-cent stamp, and postmark dated 1975 July 9.
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Tri-Con Colour (publisher), Yankee Colour Corp. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson's Home, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
EMSHSE-031
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Title: Emerson's Home, Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Emerson House. Back is divided, and includes the caption with information about the house. Back also includes a serial number: 'S-5576-5.'
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed: 'DODDS.'
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Edward Wells (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-032
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Title: Emerson House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by the Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., New York and Boston
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption and serial number: '21300' are printed on the image. Back is divided and includes publisher logo.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
The Meadows at the rear 
	of Emerson House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-033
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Title: The Meadows at the rear of Emerson House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a photograph of a woman standing near a fence in a field of flowers. The woman is in early 19th century clothing; she holds a bouquet of flowers. Image has a white border that includes the caption and a serial number: '37.' Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes a note (partially obscured by damage), address (partially obscured by damage), and a postmark 1940 May (day obscured).
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Edith A. Buck (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: people; nature; photographs
 
Emerson House, 
	Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-034
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Title: Emerson House, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published for Colonial Inn, The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. Caption is printed on the image. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Albertype Co. (publisher), Colonial Inn (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
The Home of Emerson; 
	early 20th century
EMSHSE-035
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Title: The Home of Emerson; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and information about the house. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
The Home of Emerson; 
	early 20th century
EMSHSE-036
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Title: The Home of Emerson; early 20th century
Creator Published by Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border at the bottom that includes the caption and information about the house. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
[Emerson House]; early 20th century
EMSHSE-037
High resolution image available

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Title: [Emerson House]; early 20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph of Emerson House, viewed head-on. The image is surrounded by a white border. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on Velox paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Concord, Mass., Home of
	 Ralph Waldo Emerson; early 20th century
EMSHSE-038
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Title: Concord, Mass., Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; early 20th century
Creator H.C. Leighton Co., Portland ME.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a hand-colored printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image. Back is undivided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp and a serial number:'No. 1970.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson House, 
	Concord, MA; circa 1906 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-039
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Title: Emerson House, Concord, MA; circa 1906 (postmark date)
Creator Published by Wright Tavern
Dimensions 3 1/4 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image. Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address, one-cent postage stamp, and two postmarks, both dated 1906 September 12.
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Wright Tavern (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson; circa 1908 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-040
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson; circa 1908 (postmark date)
Creator Manufactured expressly [for Edith A. Buck] by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston
Dimensions 3 5/8 x 5 7 /16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side and the bottom that includes the caption. Back is undivided, copy two includes a serial number:'3.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one includes an address and postmark dated 1908 [month and date illegible]. Copy two inscribed 'From Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, 1984.'
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History Copy two is part of, and housed with, the Mrs. Malcolm Thompson Collection, Concord Postcard Collection.
Subject terms C. B. Webster & Company (publisher), Edith A. Buck (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. Malcom Thompson Collection
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson House, Concord 
	Mass.; circa 1910 (postmark date)
EMSHSE-041
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Title: Emerson House, Concord Mass.; circa 1910 (postmark date)
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and a space for a message with a year prefix ('190'). Back is undivided.
Inscriptions/Marks Includes an address and a postmark dated 1910 October 24.
Style Undivided back era postcard
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Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 
	Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSE-042
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published for Edward Wells, Dumont, N.J. by the Collotype Co., Elizabeth, N.J. and N.Y.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Emerson House. The caption is printed on the image. Back is divided.
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Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Collotype Co. (publisher), Edward Wells (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson House; 1970 
	(copyright date)
EMSHSE-043
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Title: Emerson House; 1970 (copyright date)
Creator Wilson Associates
Dimensions 4 x 6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed black-and-white photograph of Emerson House. Back is divided and includes the caption with information about the house.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Wilson Associates (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson's Home, 
	Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
EMSHSE-044
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Title: Emerson's Home, Concord, Massachusetts; late 20th century
Creator Published by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of Emerson House. Back is divided, and includes the caption with information about the house. Back also includes a serial number: 'S-5576-7.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Edward Wells (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson—Home, interior
Concord, Mass., Emerson's
	 Library; early 20th century
EMSHSI-001
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Title: Concord, Mass., Emerson's Library; early 20th century
Creator H. L. Whitcomb, Concord, Mass. Raphael Tuck & Sons'
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 3/8 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black- and-white printed photograph of the library or study of Emerson House. The image has a white border that includes the caption. Photographer information and a printer's logo is printed on the image. Back is undivided and includes publisher logo, and the seal of the United Kingdom. Caption on back states that this postcard is part of Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card series No. 2127, 'Concord, Mass.'
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, interior, Raphael Tuck & Sons (publisher), Whitcomb, H. L. (photographer)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
[Emerson's study at 
	Emerson House]; circa 1917 (postmark date)
EMSHSI-002
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Title: [Emerson's study at Emerson House]; circa 1917 (postmark date)
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption about the room. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one has a note, address, one-cent postage stamp, and a postmark dated 1917 October 5.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, interior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
[Emerson's study at 
	Emerson House]; early 20th century
EMSHSI-003
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Title: [Emerson's study at Emerson House]; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption about the room. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a stamped address.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
[Emerson's study at 
	Emerson House]; early 20th century
EMSHSI-004
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Title: [Emerson's study at Emerson House]; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption about the room. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two is inscribed: 'Gift of Connie Turrisi.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
[Emerson's study at 
	Emerson House]; circa 1911 (postmark date)
EMSHSI-005
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Title: [Emerson's study at Emerson House]; circa 1911 (postmark date)
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption about the room. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Back has an address, note, one-cent postage stamp and postmark dated 1911 July 24.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson's Study, Concord,
	 Mass.; early 20th century
EMSHSI-006
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Title: Emerson's Study, Concord, Mass.; early 20th century
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 9/16 x 5 5/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on the bottom that includes the caption and a serial number: '32.' Back is divided. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the "Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns."
Inscriptions/Marks Copy two includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp (war- time) and a postmark dated 1941 October 19. Copy four is inscribed: 'From Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, 1984.'
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History Copy four is part of, and housed with, the Mrs. Malcolm Thompson Collection, Concord Postcard Collection.
Subject terms Edith A. Buck (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. Malcom Thompson Collection
Tags: houses; photographs.
 
[Emerson's study at 
	Emerson House]; early 20th century
EMSHSI-007
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Title: [Emerson's study at Emerson House]; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/6 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption about the room. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
[Emerson's study at 
	Emerson House]; early 20th century
EMSHSI-008
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Title: [Emerson's study at Emerson House]; early 20th century
Creator Pub. By Mrs. G.N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on one side that includes a caption about the room. Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, exterior, Mrs. G. N. Tanner (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Home of Ralph Waldo 

	Emerson, Concord, Massachusetts, the Blue Room — Master Bedroom; late 20th century
EMSHSI-009
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Title: Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Massachusetts, the Blue Room — Master Bedroom; late 20th century
Creator Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston 15, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph of the master bedroom of Emerson House. Back is divided and includes the caption, and two serial numbers: '#5' and "K-9220"
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques 'Lusterchrome postcard'
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Home, interior, Tichnor Bros. Inc. (publisher)
Tags: houses; photographs
 
Emerson's Study, Concord,
	 Mass.; circa 1922 (postmark date)
EMSHSI-011
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Title: Emerson's Study, Concord, Mass.; circa 1922 (postmark date)
Creator Published by Edith A. Buck, Concord, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches
Orientation horizontal
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of the study of Emerson House. The image has a white border on the bottom that includes the caption. Back is divided and includes a space for a one-cent stamp. A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the 'Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns.'
Inscriptions/Marks Copy one inscribed: 'Gift of Connie Turrisi.' Copy two includes a note, address, one-cent postage stamp and a postmark dated 1922 September 3.
Style  
Context  
Materials/Techniques Printed on textured paper.
Collecting History  
Subject terms Edith A. Buck (publisher), Emerson—Home, exterior
Tags: houses; photographs.
 
Emerson—Literature
Concord Hymn; early 20th 
	century
EMSLIT-001
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Title: Concord Hymn; early 20th century
Creator Pub. by Edward Wells, Dumont, New Jersey
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 1/2 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features the text of Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'Concord Hymn.' with an illustrated initial letter or drop cap and an illustration of the Battle Monument, the North Bridge, and Minute Man statue in what is now Minute Man Historical Park. Back is divided. Copy two includes an additional serial number: "lS-100175."
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Context  
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Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Hymn, Edward Wells (publisher), Emerson—Literature
Tags: literature, works of literature
 
First appearance in print of 
	Emerson's 'Concord Hymn ' [handbill, 1837], From William Munroe Special Collections, Concord Free Public Library. Permission is required to reproduce this image.; late 20th century or early 21st century
EMSLIT-002
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Title: First appearance in print of Emerson's 'Concord Hymn ' [handbill, 1837], From William Munroe Special Collections, Concord Free Public Library. Permission is required to reproduce this image.; late 20th century or early 21st century
Creator William Muroe Special Collections, Concord Free Public Library
Dimensions 4 1/4 x 6 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a color printed photograph (scan) of an 1837 handbill of Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, 'Concord Hymn.' The image has a color border. Back is divided and includes the caption.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Photochrome era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Concord Free Public Library (publisher), Concord Hymn, Dana T. Bennet Co., Emerson—Literature
Tags: literature; photographs
 
Emerson—Portraits
Ralph Waldo Emerson. 
	The Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid-20th century
EMSPOR- 001
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Title: Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid-20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 7/16 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph reproduction (reversed) of the 1854 Josiah Johnson Hawes portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and serial number: '32.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Portraits
Tags: people; photographs
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson. 
	The Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid-20th century
EMSPOR- 002
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Title: Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid-20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph reproduction (reversed) of the 1854 Josiah Johnson Hawes portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and serial number: '32.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Back includes a note written in Morse code symbols.
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Portraits
Tags: people; photographs
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 
	(Daniel Chester French, Sculptor), Concord Free Public Library, Concord, Massachusetts; 20th century
EMSPOR-003
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Title: Ralph Waldo Emerson (Daniel Chester French, Sculptor), Concord Free Public Library, Concord, Massachusetts; 20th century
Creator Published by The Maynard Workshop, Waban, Mass.
Dimensions 3 1/2 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and- white printed photograph of the sculpture of Ralph Waldo Emerson by Daniel Chester French. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption. Back is undivided and includes a caption identifying the postcard as part of 'The City' series of postcards.
Inscriptions/Marks  
Style Undivided back era postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Portraits, French, Daniel Chester, Maynard Workshop
Tags: people; works of art; photographs
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson. 
	The Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid-20th century
EMSPOR- 004
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Title: Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Emerson House, Concord, Massachusetts; early to mid-20th century
Creator  
Dimensions 3 7/16 x 5 7/16 inches
Orientation vertical
Descriptive Note Front features a black-and-white real photograph reproduction (reversed) of the 1854 Josiah Johnson Hawes portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson. The image is surrounded by a white border that includes the caption and serial number: '32.' Back is divided.
Inscriptions/Marks Inscribed: ' From Kenneth Cameron.'
Style Real photograph postcard
Context  
Materials/Techniques  
Collecting History  
Subject terms Emerson—Portraits
Tags: people; photographs
 
'Emerson,' 
	by Daniel Chester French, Chesterwood, Stockbridge, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
EMSPOR-005
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Title: 'Emerson,' by Daniel Chester French, Chesterwood, Stockbridge, Massachusetts; mid- to late 20th century
Creator Printed by the Meriden Gravure Company, Meriden, Conn.
Dimensions 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches