7 Object Results

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P8969
Stereograph
circa 1875

A stereograph depicting the grounds at Belair, home of the Norman Family located on Old Beach Road (earlier Buena Vista). Two pieces of twig furniture can be seen in the distance towards left. "Reg...

P8958
Stereograph
circa 1875

A stereograph depicting a Gothic Revival-style chicken coop at Belair, which has a clipped gable and posts and railings made from logs. A wire fence is visible behind the coop.

P8952
Stereograph
circa 1875

Rough ashlar gate posts and cast-iron gate at an entrance to Belair, the Norman Family home located on Old Beach Road (earlier Buena Vista). This entrance pictured here is located at the corner of...

P8951
Stereograph
circa 1875

A stereograph depiciting a group of children and adults, most likely members of the Norman family, seated and standing under several trees. One girl at left appears to be holding a bow. The photo...

P8948
Stereograph
circa 1875

A stereograph depicting a child, most likely from the Norman family, with three women (probably nurses). The group is standing on the grounds of Belair, directly in front of a greenhouse (left) and...

P8970
Stereograph
after 1875

A stereograph depicting a set of entrance gates at Belair, located on Old Beach Road (earlier Buena Vista). These gates were located next to to the porter's lodge at the southeast corner of the pr...

P8957
Stereograph
after 1875

A stereograph depicting the grounds of Belair, including a Gothic Revival octagonal tower, a greenhouse and bowling alley, and a stable. A girl can be seen standing at far left; an exotic bird sta...

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