Monthly Archives: July 2012

Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 8)

This week’s photograph shows a couple posing with the backdrop of a well known tourist destination. Write a caption about where you think they might be. Remember that your thoughts can be posted right to our blog or to our … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 7)

This Friday’s photograph features a group of men posing at the entrance of a building. Let us know what you think about this photo and provide a caption. Anyone who writes a caption and posts it to our blog or … Continue reading

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Through the Eye of the Needle

Last month, Huguenot Street welcomed two quilt experts Barbara Garrett from Coventryville, Pennsylvania and her assistant Ruth O’Connell from Allentown, Pennsylvania. They looked at a variety of quilts from our collection and were able to estimate dates for several of … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 6)

This week’s photograph captures the candid interaction between a man and woman. Can you provide a caption? Remember that if you post a caption to our blog or Facebook page, your name will be entered into a caption contest. The … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: a 19th century photographic journey (photo 5)

This Friday’s photo features four children photographed in front of a brick house. Can you think of a caption for it? Anyone that writes a caption will automatically be entered into our caption contest. The winner will be announced in … Continue reading

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