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Old Photo, Stone House, New Hartford, Connecticut

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Sold Date: 07/08/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



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I am presently offering, in separate auctions, a number of old and interesting photos from a New Hartford, Connecticut collection belonging to the family of Frank L. Whitney, who died at Winsted Hospital in 1940. According to some family genealogy papers, Frank was born in 1861, a son to Samuel Whitney and Abbie Crofts, of Sanford, New York. He was married to Minnie Towslee, and they had a son named Guy Frank Whitney who attended Worcester Academy and Cornell University, and later lived in Collinsville, Connecticut. I have recently listed some items from this collection, and will continue to do so in the future. Original photographs and real photo postcards are often historical and rare one-of-a-kind images which freeze that long ago moment in time for the benefit of future generations.

PHOTOGRAPH OFFERED:
from the Whitney Collection is a vintage and original matted photograph depicting an old residential home with contrasting fences in front, and a man working on the roof. On verso is written in period ink, Stone House, New Hartford (Connecticut).

PHOTO ERA:
circa early 1900s

PHOTO SIZE:
7.625” x 4.5” on a gold beveled 8” x 5” mat

CONDITION:
nice with modest wear and patina

BUYER INFORMATION:

Buyer pays U. S. shipping of $2.75, which also includes U. S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation. Insurance is at buyer’s option.

I DO:
-accept PayPal.
-accept some other forms of payment, but unknown checks may have to clear first, before delivery.
- combine multiple purchases, of course.
-package your item/s with great care...you should expect no less.
-add 7% Rhode Island Sales Tax for R. I. bidders with R. I. destination of delivery, as required.
-attend to your emails and delivery of purchase, promptly, notifying you when I ship.
-encourage your emails regarding any specific questions or comments, and especially, any goofs I may have made in my description…always looking to learn.

(FOREIGN BIDDERS, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE BIDDING.)
I do ship to foreign countries, but purchases which are paid for using Paypal, MUST be insured or registered, whichever is applicable to the destination country. This usually adds an additional $11.50 to the postage cost for the buyer. Also, please note that any item with a final bid value of $250 or more, and which is paid for using Paypal, MUST be sent USPS Express Mail, signature required. This, of course, adds significant cost to shipping for the buyer. Please note that if I am allowed, with the buyer's permission, to ship the item to an address of friend or relative of the buyer here in the United States, then Registered Mail would NOT be required. Please contact me BEFORE bidding, if you have any questions.

I DO NOT:
-end my auctions early to accept offers for purchase.
-re-list my items that do not sell on eBay because I have other venues by which to offer them.
-engage in “shill bidding”.

Please check my feedback, bid if you wish, and send funds with confidence…I’m from the “Old School”.

Thank you for your participation.

RESEARCH:
“New Hartford is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 6,088 at the 2000 census. The town center is also defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as a census-designated place (CDP). The town is mainly a rural community consisting of farms, homes, and parks.”

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