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The Boys of Autumn: 1900

The Boys of Autumn: 1900

New Jersey circa 1900. "View near Basking Ridge." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.


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Re: Vehicle ID

In fact, the wonderful One-hoss Shay.

Fall Time in New Jersey

Can you say Currier and Ives print? Beautiful photograph. Pony cart and corn shocks.

Look at the Birdie!

This could have been an advertisement for horse blinders. Or The Basking Ridge Horse Trainer.

Barbed wire variation.

It is hard to tell at this resolution, but that "bob war," as we say in the South, looks like a twisted serrated type that I saw in some other old photos.

Who knew?

Norman Rockwell did photography!

Vehicle ID

Shay (from the French Chaise) (as quoted in "Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet")

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