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Gallery view

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Annie Blanchard on Boston Post Road (East Main St.), Brookfield, in front of Elm Hill Farm

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image of Brown in snow and winter dress, standing in elm-lined Post Road.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1878

Claflin

Albert Cheney Blanchard

Worcester (Mass.) - Half-length studio portrait of toddler, seated.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1848

Portrait of a middle-aged woman

Half-length portrait of woman wearing a lace bonnet, arm on table and letter in hand; studio backdrop and octagonal matte.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, with fan and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, with parasol and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard kneeling in the parlor, with fan and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, from behind, wearing a kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Albert Henry Blanchard

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image of Blanchard in bowler hat, standing in field with an unidentified house in the background.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

C. P. Blanchard and Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, wearing kimonos

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image of father and daughter in Japanese attire; the heads are out of the frame, suggesting C.P. may have set up the shot to be taken on timer.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1936 Mar.

Means, Oliver W.

Aftermath of the great Hartford Flood Placing sandbags to protect a building (Pulaski Circle?)

Hartford (Conn.) - From a series of images of the great Connecticut River flood of 1936. Most images were possibly taken by Oliver W. Means and printed as real-photo postcards, however at least one appears to have been purchased.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers