Robert Barton family photographs [graphic] ca. 1890-ca. 1910.


Robert Barton family photographs [graphic] ca. 1890-ca. 1910.

Collection includes pictures of the Barton family, their house, R.G. Barton Vineyard, etc. Also includes portraits of Laurette Taylor, John P. Sousa, Elsie Janis, Paderewski, Robert Barton, and the Lampers Club of Fresno, Calif. Outdoor scenes (Fresno area?), and interior views of a theatre in Fresno are also present.

29 photographic prints : b&w ; various sizes.


SNAC Resource ID: 8234334

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