Lot of 2 half-plate glass negatives (8 3/8" x 6 3/8") from a Southington Connecticut photographer who worked in town in the early part of the century. The first is a winter scene on the Farmington Canal (Sometimes referred to as the New Haven to Northampton Canal) by this time showing considerable deterioration, the railroad having put it out of business by about 1845. The second is of the Roaring Brook Reservoir, this dam is still in operation today.
Click on each negative to see a computer generated image of approximately what it would look like if it were printed. I have no actual prints of any of these negatives.
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