Monthly Archives: June 2012

Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 4)

This Friday’s photo features a group of people sitting on their porch steps. Can you provide an interesting caption about these people? Remember that you can always post your captions and other comments right to our blog OR on our … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 3)

This Friday’s photo features a young couple who are having their portrait taken. Do you know who they are? Can you provide us with a caption and some thoughts? Your comments can be posted here on our blog or to … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 2)

This week’s photo appears to be a formal family photograph at first glance. However, upon further inspection there seems to be something odd going on. What do you think is happening in this photograph and what is its purpose? Don’t … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey

My name is Kathryn and I am a summer intern at Historic Huguenot Street. I recently graduated from SUNY New Paltz and have a BA in Anthropology with a minor in History. I was nervous about graduating and unsure of … Continue reading

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