Antique Cabinet Card Photo of the Woolsey family of Hubbell, Nebraska.
This is one of several I have in my possession of this family. This one is not marked with their identities but I have another photo that is id'd. Pictured is John and Lou Woolsey, and daughter Lila.
Check other photo here:
And Identified here:
Mr. Woolsey owned a Drug/Grocery store in Hubbell, Nebraska until 1902, when he sold it to T.C. Patterson of Hebron, Nebraska.
Card is marked: Hubbell, Nebraska
Photographer: W.E. Smith
1890s Picture measuring 6.5 x 4.25 inches.
Nice photo. In good condition.
Vintage 1950 Scottish Rite Lincoln, Nebraska Masonic Photograph. Masters of the Royal Secret. Thirty-Second Degree. Ancient and Accepted Sottish Rite. Lincoln Consistory. November 17, 1950. Enlightment Class.
Upper portion is a large black and white photo of the members. Lower section is a numbered list of names identifying the men in the photo, numbers correspond to the numbers written on their suit shoulders. 83 members in the photo.
Photo by Townsend of Lincoln.
Large framed historical photo measuring 21 1/2 inches wide x 15 1/2 inches tall.
In the original black frame with glass insert. Paper backing with wire hanger.
Condition of picture is very good. Lighter looking areas at each side of the top of the photo are a reflection from my photography lights.
Some wear, and a tear to the paper backing.
Nice piece of Masonic history!
Vintage black and white photo in a large studio folder cardboard frame. Dates to circa 1930s.
Features a mother and daughter. Daughter is wearing eyeglasses. Mother is wearing a necklace and earrings.
Marked "Johnston, Fairbury, Neb".
This is a large folder frame measuring 9 5/8 inches wide x 13 1/4 inches tall when closed. The actual photo measures 7 inches wide x 9 1/2 inches tall.
Condition of the photo is very good. Folder shows some wear including a small moisture spot on the front, and some edge and corner wear. Interior frame portion that holds the photo may need to be re-glued as it is loose at the top.
Nice large photo that would look wonderful on display!