Newton Photographs Collection. Noetzel collection, 1800s-1900s.


Newton Free Library. Newton Photographs Collection. Noetzel collection, 1800s-1900s.

Newton Photographs Collection. Noetzel collection, 1800s-1900s.

Collection consists of photocopies of photographs, book illustrations, sepia photographs mounted on cardboard, church tricentenary booklet, advertisement, 2008 correspondence among Karen Davis, donator of collection, Nancy Perlow, Newton Free Library Director and Georgina Flannery, Reference Librarian.

38 items.

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