|Title||Building committee of the Central Congregational Church |
|Studio Name/Location||Ossgood Photo Supply, 93 South Seminary Street, Galesburg, Knox county, Illinois |
|Date Original||ca. 1898 |
|Description||Photograph shows seven men standing in front of an entrance to the Central Congregational Church. There are two rows of men who are all wearing suits, bowties, hats and overcoats. Rugh stone blocks that make up the exterior walls of the church can be seen on either side of the grou. The doors have glass tile windows. There is a partial view of an elaborate lighting fixture above the door. |
|Location Depicted||Southwest corner Public Square, Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois |
|Subject||Central Congregational Church (Galesburg, Ill.)|
Parry, S. J.
Arnold, B. F.
Webster, C. A.
Colton, O. J.
Holland, J. B.
McKnight, J. T.
Doors & doorways
Clothing & dress
|Notes||Names on the back of the photograph are : J. Avery, S. J. Parry, B. F. Arnold, C. A. Webster, O. J. Colton, George Churchill, J. B. Holland chrm., J. T. McKnight. The names were not written in any discernable order and there is one too many names. Address verified in the 1900 Galesburg City Directory. |
|Ordering Information||Please contact the Galesburg Public Library archivist at (309)-343-6118 or at email@example.com |
|Image Number||P0940 |
|Repository||Galesburg Public Library |
|Repository Collection||Photographic collection |
|Object Description||1 photograph : b&w ; 4.5 x 6.5 in. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Digital image captured using an Epson Expression 1680 with transparent media adapter. TIFF file created from a print photogrpah scanned at 8 bit grayscale 1200ppi. The master scan is untouched, but this display image was enhanced by adjusting the input level of the contrast from 0 to +20 using Adobe Photoshop CS. |
|File Name||gplp0940 |
|Original Database||This record is from the Upper Mississippi Valley Image Archives. http://umvphotoarchive.org a collaborative project of cultural heritage organizaations in the Iowa-Illinois Mississippi River region. |