CENTRAL PART OF GREENFIELD, MASS.

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John Barber


Central Part of Greenfield, Mass.

Handcolored wood engraving, c.1839.
Image size 3 1/4 x 6 1/2" (82 x 165mm) plus title and margins.
Good condition and color save for toning of margins.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 47964
Price: $50.00
Publisher :
The title continues with " The above is a northern view of part of the public buildings. The Court-House, with a small spire, is seen on the left; the first building northward is the Greenfield Bank; the Congregational Church is seen on the right; the Greenfield High School is a few rods south; the elevation in the distance is beyond Green river, a mill stream, passing southward of the village." This print is from "Historical collections… relating to the history of every town in Massachusetts" by John Barber. Engraved by S. E. Brown, Boston. 18th-19th Century Subjects , Town Views - United States , Massachusetts

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