A few years ago I bought a box of glass negatives at the Stormville flea market. The seller didn't know much about them, except that he had gotten them from an old doctor's house, and he thought they were made in the late 1800s. The negatives are about 4 inches square. Some are askew -- the doctor wasn't a professional -- but I was thrilled with them. One of my favorites is this barn image.
This image -- like all the others on my blog, on my website, www.maryannglass.com and at my gallery, www.riverwindsgallery.com -- is for sale at various sizes. Please contact me if you are interested.
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