1900 horse carriage photo CUSHMAN BAKERY New York City

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  • Item Category: Fine Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 08,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
H ere is a scarce historic photograph of a delivery wagon for Cushman Bakery at Madison & 59th New York City.
This is a hand-cut albumen photograph on an 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 mount. Soiled on the mount and lightly worn but a strong card and a clean photo.
Postage is $2 First Class Mail in the US, well-packaged against damage or bending, $3.75 outside the U.S.
I will combine shipping to the lowest dollar if you buy more than one photo, so please see my other items .
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This is pursuant to the question from Ray O'Brien:

In 1908 at the age of 40, after many years
of work and several successful years of
operating a bakery business in White
Plains, New York, Nathan A. Cushman
sold his interest in this business to his
brothers, and moved to Portland.
Originally he had no thoughts of starting
a new business, but after six years of
retired life, Cushman saw an opportunity,
and then planned, built, and opened a
new bakery in Portland in 1914.

So likely this is the same family as the bakery in Portland, Maine.
n 1908 at the age of 40, after many years of work and several successful years of operating a bakery business in White Plains, New York, Nathan A. Cushman sold his interest in this business to his brothers, and moved to Portland. Originally he had no thoughts of starting a new business, but after six years of retired life, Cushman saw an opportunity, and then planned, built, and opened a new bakery in Portland in 1914.
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