Pickler Memorial Library

1:27 Harrington (or Dutcher) Jewelry Store Interior

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    Object Title 1:27 Harrington (or Dutcher) Jewelry Store Interior
    Alternative Title 107 West Washington; Kirksville Photos by Drake, 1893: The Clifford Henry Album (MUSDP K1)
    Creator Drake
    Subject Kirksville (Mo.)
    Description When Albert Dutcher died in October 1892, Charles M. Harrington, his nephew and sales clerk, continued running his jewelry store then purchased it from the estate and reopened as Harrington Jewelers the following May. Charles and his sister Mary “Mayme” Harrington are behind the counter at right. At left, a patron has identified this man as possibly being Mr. Vansickle, who is mentioned in a November 4, 1892, Weekly Graphic ad as being the one who "will wait on you and do any repairing you may need in the jewelry line."
    Publisher Drake, Fotografer
    Contributing Institution Truman State University, Pickler Memorial Library Special Collections and University Archives (Owner, Digitizing Technician)
    Date Original 1893
    Date Digital 2014
    Type Collection; Still Image
    Format image/jpeg
    Source Originally created by “Drake, Fotografer.” This photo album is part of the Violette Museum Documents and Publications Collection titled "Kirksville Photos by Drake, 1893: The Clifford Henry Album (MUSDP K1)." The 35 original black and white photographs are 5 x 8 inches and mounted on 6.5 x 9.5 inches cardboard pages.
    Language English
    Rights All images property of Truman State University. Commercial use or distribution is not authorized. Notice: This material may be protected by Copyright Law (Title 17 U. S. Code). Contact speccoll@truman.edu for reproduction and use rights.
    Item Information

    Object Title 1:27 Harrington (or Dutcher) Jewelry Store Interior
    Alternative Title 107 West Washington; Kirksville Photos by Drake, 1893: The Clifford Henry Album (MUSDP K1)
    Creator Drake
    Subject Kirksville (Mo.)
    Description When Albert Dutcher died in October 1892, Charles M. Harrington, his nephew and sales clerk, continued running his jewelry store then purchased it from the estate and reopened as Harrington Jewelers the following May. Charles and his sister Mary “Mayme” Harrington are behind the counter at right. At left, a patron has identified this man as possibly being Mr. Vansickle, who is mentioned in a November 4, 1892, Weekly Graphic ad as being the one who "will wait on you and do any repairing you may need in the jewelry line."
    Publisher Drake, Fotografer
    Contributing Institution Truman State University, Pickler Memorial Library Special Collections and University Archives (Owner, Digitizing Technician)
    Date Original 1893
    Date Digital 2014
    Type Collection; Still Image
    Format image/jpeg
    Source Originally created by “Drake, Fotografer.” This photo album is part of the Violette Museum Documents and Publications Collection titled "Kirksville Photos by Drake, 1893: The Clifford Henry Album (MUSDP K1)." The 35 original black and white photographs are 5 x 8 inches and mounted on 6.5 x 9.5 inches cardboard pages.
    Language English
    Rights All images property of Truman State University. Commercial use or distribution is not authorized. Notice: This material may be protected by Copyright Law (Title 17 U. S. Code). Contact speccoll@truman.edu for reproduction and use rights.