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Title: Monomoy Lighthouse, Vineyard Sound, MA, circa 1865.

Category: PHOTOGRAPHS. Type: albumen print. Maker: Masury, Samuel. Place: USA, MA, Vineyard Sound; USA, MA, Cape Cod; USA, MA, Monomoy Point. Date: Circa 1865. Materials: paper.

Description: Albumen print of Monomoy Point Lighthouse, Vineyard Sound, MA, circa 1965. Oval picture on rectangular mount, men seen sitting on barrels in front and a man is seen standing in the tower. Handwritten in pencil on mount below picture at left: "Monomoy Point" and hand printed in pen below: "Monomoy Point L.H./ Vineyard Sound, Cape Cod, Mass." and embossed in oval below: "MASURY'S/ PHOTOGRAPH/ BOSTON." Samuel Masury, 1818-1874. Handwritten in pencil on back: "Monomoy Point/ Cape Cod/ Mass." Two holes have been punched at top of its mount for hanging or binding photograph in an album.

Date circa 1865
date QS:P,+1865-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source Mystic Seaport
Author Samuel Masury
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