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Black and white photograph of the Chesebrough/Champlin House on Mary Street. House was demolished. Photo shows the front facade of the building as the site of the Y.M.C.A. Reverse of photo has st...

Sepia toned photograph of the Chesebrough-Champlin House on Mary Street. Site of the Y.M.C.A. Reverse of photo: "Pell House, Mary Street, opp. Clarke, site of Y.M.C.A."

Profile bust in black and white; portrait of Christopher Grant Champlin. Profile bust in black and white; subject faces left; short hair on top, long in back and tied in bow; shirt ruffles protrude...

Sepia-toned drawing of Hon. Christopher Grant Champlin, (1786-1840), facing right. Wearing white wig with pony tail, frilly collar and coat. Round drawing with white mat in square frame of dark wood.

Minitature painting of Mrs. Christopher Grant Champlin (1772-1847) in three-quarter profile, facing left. Blue eyes, reddish-brown hair rolled high and back from face, covered with a draping white ...

Three quarter profile of Christopher Grant Champlin (1768-1840). Facing right, brown eyes, powdered hair, wearing white shirt with frills, brown waist coat.

1750 – 1775

Tankard with engraved initials: "DAS" on handle; applied band around body; scrolled thumbpiece; stepped, domed lid with large finial; spout added. Marked with "BG" enclosed in a square on body, lid...

Miniature painting of Christopher Champlin (1731-1805). Profile of male with curly, dark, brown hair; blue eyes, white shirt with frills at the neck, black coat. Printed beneath portrait: "No. 20. ...

Black and white photograph of the staircase of the Chesebrough/Champlin House, Mary Street. Image shows the staircase and arched hallway.

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