Relic Home and Blacksmith Shop

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Glass Plate Negative Photos restored by Chas Hathaway

Do you recognize any of these homes from glass plate negatives taken in the late 1800s? 

The first is of Bon Acord Cottage and the home of William and  Mary Margaret Forquhar Morrison.  It was also used as one of the first telegraph offices in Mt. Pleasant.  Wilhemina Morrison Ericksen operated the telegraph there.  It was located on the now Wasatch Academy property.






Can you identify this home and its family?
It is unknown to us.  Please help !!!


And here is another home we hope someone can help us identify.

We certainly appreciate Chas Hathaway for restoring these photos.  http://chashathaway.com/about-chas

More to come soon....

More about Glass Plate Negatives: http://mtpleasantpioneer.blogspot.com/search/label/Glass%20Plate%20Negatives

1 comment:

Chas Hathaway said...

You're welcome!

Chas

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