Brooklyn, Ten Mile River, Peekskill, and Warrensburg: circa 1900. Album. All but one of the images measure approximately 4.5” x 3.5”. The cyanotype on the front cover is approximately 3.75” x 2.75”. The images are glued to the album pages. The two pages with photos have been removed from the album, trimmed, and are laid in.
The nine cyanotypes show:
Two different ship images at the Brooklyn Navy Yard: U. S. S. Miantonomoh II and the Barge Pioneer,
The Manhattan Beach Train at the South Brooklyn Terminal,
A view of Warrensburg from the Erie Railroad,
Military guard duty at New York State Military Camp at Peekskill,
The ferry at Ten Mile River,
A group of young men fishing from the Ten Mile River Bridge, and
A covered bridge near Warrensburg.
The two photographs show a group of people on the bank of Ten Mile River and an ox-cart full of people on Ten Mile River Road.
Very good. Item #008960