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Description: This 1920’s photograph shows the Vosburgh Feed Warehouse of Canajoharie, New York. Bags of flour and “Full-o-Pep Scratch Grains” line the porch of the building and the bed of one of the trucks. The side of the truck is painted with the business’ information: “J.C. Vosburgh & Sons Canajoharie, NY Phone 331” and advertises some of their available products, including : “Dairy & Poultry Feeds, Roofings, Cement”. Four employees stand on the porch, one is sitting in the truck, and two are standing in front of another vehicle. A light dusting of snow blankets the porch roof and the ground in front of the warehouse.

Photograph is accompanied by a piece of paper that has handwritten notes about the photograph. Two people are identified: “Left Charles W. Vosburgh / Next George O. Vosburgh”. Additional notes read: “1920’s New Feek Wharehouse – Grist Mill Next the Offc. / 6 or 8 Vinegar Tanks in background / Chain drive delivery Trucks”.

The negative of the photograph is signed “Le Bel” and the bottom right corner of the mat is imprinted “Le Bel Studio Canajoharie, N.Y.” Sight size: 7 1/4″ x 9 1/4″. Overall: 10″ x 12″.¬†Item #P00165

Condition:¬†A few places of light soil in corners of the sky area, photograph paper is slightly wavy, otherwise good condition with strong contrast and resolution. Mat has a 1″ tear at bottom margin and a couple of small chips at edges.