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Fourth and Olive Streets, Northwest Corner, Stock and Daguerrean Gallery.

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Identifier: N17073

Title: Fourth and Olive Streets, Northwest Corner, Stock and Daguerrean Gallery.

Description: View of the northwest corner of Fourth and Olive Streets where the Stock and Daguerrean Gallery is located on the second floor of the corner building. Signs on the second floor read "A. Mialaret Stock and Daguerrean Gallery" and "Antonin Mialaret Successor to Dobyns and Spaulding 86". A horses and carriage sit at the side of the street. "Porter, White and Co. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods" appears on the first floor, below the daguerrean gallery. The business next to this has signs that read "Wallpaper", "70 Gilding. 70" , "Venetian Blinds", "P. S. Kennard", and "Gilt Cornices". A streetlamp stands on the corner. Embossed on the metal frame is "Scovill Mfg Co, Superior".

Rights: UND

Place:

Dates: 1855

Type(s): Daguerreotype
Image

Maker/Creator: Thomas M. Easterly

Subjects: Fourth Street
Olive Street
Stock and Daguerrean Gallery
St. Louis Street Scenes
Daguerreotype
black and white
horizontal
outdoors
Streets
streetlamp
Street lighting
Horses
carriage
Scovill Mfg Co
Commercial buildings

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